Gorgeous teal and flowing.
I think that’s Jennifer Lawrence. Help me confirm this?
I have such a big boner crush on this girl. I want her in my girltourage.
Angelina Jolie in Versace
Natalie Portman in Lanvin
Mila Kunis in Dior
Paula Patton in Monique Lhuillier
Emma Stone in Lanvin
Evan Rachel Wood in Gucci
Claire Danes in J.Mendel
I’m biased for Angelina Jolie (awesome, something other than black), Natalie Portman (so girly glame) and Mila Kunis (nothing bold, just classy). I get a lady boner for Paula Patton for going bold with the yellow! Emma Stone – just gorgeous and dreamy! Evan Rachel Wood – I love the dark, dreaminess of the sequins and feathers. Claire Danes brings out the classy!
I love yellow.
Y’know, just lying around in her expensive lingerie.
Because she’s gorgeous. True story.
I love her hair here. This is one my fave haircut styles where the bangs frame the face. I think it fits me well.
I’m saving it here for future hairstyle reference.
And a mint chocolate frappucino from Starbucks.
She’s definitely grown into a pretty lady. Good for her! She definitely looked awkward in the first few Harry Potter movies but with her new hotness, she’ll steam it up with Harry in the next film with no problem.
In my fantastical imagination, these outfits would be in my wardrobe and everyday will be dressup. Even if all I did was stay at home, eat cereal and watch cartoons.
Note: Marie Claire March 2010 Russia
In your book you say that publicity is built on spinning the truth. How would you differentiate between spinning the truth and a lie?
[Laughs.] Oh my God, if I can answer this question I could maybe get a religion. I would say that spinning the truth has a starting place that’s good, real and right, whereas a lie does not. It really depends on the perception and intention of the spinner.
This quote in particular is applicable to any industry that needs to present itself to the public, audience, users, consumers because a good brand or good company need to have a core that is coming from a place of truth in order to resonate with the public.
The difference in just creating a poster and building a brand is that you can create a really amazing advertisement for a shitty product (“the lie”) but people aren’t going to keep buying into you whereas a well developed strategy (“spinning the truth”) will compel people to try you out and keep coming back for more. And as a designer where my role is to present a company/brand/product, I have found that the most successful campaigns always expressed themselves truthfully.
I’m looking forward to picking up her book “If You Have to Cry Go Outside: And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You”. I’m sure it’ll be a fun and entertaining read, much like what I’ve seen from her appearances in the MTV shows “The Hills” and “The City”. And now you know I have a weakness for bubble gum shows.
Anyway, read the Times Magazine Interview with Kelly Cutrone to find out more about her. She rocks my world.
“I really like clean lines and very polished, manicured looks – but with some kind of accessory or jacket that adds a twist. Think ‘ladies that lunch…with edge;’ uptown meets downtown; that kind of stuff. But I wouldn’t say I have one particular look that I like. I like it all.”
Note: Vanity Fair March 2010, Young Hollywood
First saw her in SuperBad, enjoyed the sillyness of The House Bunny, surprised to see her in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past and rocked my world in Zombieland, thus securing her place in my girl crush roster for being pretty, funny and badass.
The fun part is that she has an inner geek!