Clemence Poesy looked understanded but chic in her royal blue skirt, strappy black sandals and peach blouse at the screening of 'Somewhere' at the Venice Film Festival; while Jessicas Lowndes went bright in this yellow dress and silver sparkly clutch.
But, unfortunately, or fortunately, one can't say no to Anna. So, when I was asked to be in the picture, I was like, okay. I'll leave the hospital, get off the morphine drip, and go to the photo shoot.
I was speaking with Anna Wintour and we were just talking about different fashion houses and I said, 'I love Chanel,' and she said, 'You should come with me to the show.' I also said I loved Dior. She said 'OK, well I'll take you to the Chanel and Dior shows and we'll meet with Karl and John [Galliano] afterwards.
Right before I go onstage, I lather my body in baby oil and cover my entire body with a shield of glitter. Because it just pops! It just looks great! It's really hard to get the glitter off. I've just given up. I've accepted that it will just be there. It's in all my suitcases, it's usually in my food, in my drinks. Sometimes when I pee, it's in the toilet. I don't know how it got there.
Tadashi Shoji took inspiration from Italian Renaissance frescoes, and more specifically the work of Botticelli for his latest presentation at New York Fashion Week. How did that translate? A collection of icy pastel gowns with more ruffles and florettes that we're used to seeing from such a modernist.
Guests including Aisha Tyler checked out Shoji's Spring '11 collection at Lincoln Center and were met with a mixture of frilly cocktail frocks (we liked the lavender) and sleek, full-length siren gowns ideal for the red carpet. The designer's charming, romantic will be available next season just in time for his third store to open in Beijing.