I can’t wait to see him star in the upcoming J. Edgar movie.
Must LOVE Leo!
Following my previous post, here is some of the fashion that was seen at this year’s Grammy Awards:
Inside this strange, alien-looking egg is none other than Lady Gaga. What a surprise eh?!…
Little Bieebs. He didn’t score himself any Grammys, but he is looking adorable in this white Dolce & Gabbana suit.
Nicki Minaj in Givenchy. I love the leopard in her hair and I love how daring she is, but I think the tights are a little too much leopard.
Headpiece, GARETH PUGH.
For the spring 2010 issue of V Magazine, none other than the gorgeous 28-year-old blonde bombshell Kirsten Dunst graces the cover as well as a spread entitled “The Art of Being Kirsten Dunst”. Channeling old Hollywood glamour styled by Gaga’s stylist Nicola Formichetti, Kirsten looks absolutely gorgeous in these designs with lace and feathers to glimmering jewels shot by photographer Mario Testino.
This season’s exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, sponsored by Gap along with support by Condé Nast, is inspired by the American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity running from today, May 5th through August 15th focusing on how the modern American woman between the 1890’s and 1940’s has affected women today.
To kick off the exhibit, a gala was thrown at the Met this past Monday hosted by Oprah Winfrey, Executive Vice President of Global Design for Gap Patrick Robinson, and Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Anna Wintour for the main fundraiser event for the Costume Institute with this year raising almost twice as much money as last year! Here are some of the favorite looks from the evening:
Zooey Deschanel…. What can I say, she just carries herself with such class and grace. This photo of her reminds me of one of my idols Audrey Hepburn in “Breakfast At Tiffany’s”.
Coachella has come and gone and now I am back in home sweet LA. Looking back on the final day at the festival, it definitely blew the previous two days away not necessarily due to the music although I did see some great artists. First of all, I copped a photo with David Faustino, or more commonly known as “Bud Bundy” on the 90’s TV series “Married With Children,” which is kind of strange if you don’t know that already, and then within minutes later, I ran into none other than Mr. Russell Simmons himself!!! I was SO stoked I had ask for a photo op. As for artists went, I saw a bit of Orbital, which I am now a fan of, Thome Yorke, Plastikman, which won me over as well, and the beginning of Gorillaz. When they started to play “Sunshine In A Bag” and heard Del‘s vocals, I got really excited and wanted to run back inside, but then I realized that if he was at Coachella, I would have already known that and got bummed aha. As for fashion goes, my favorite trend on the ladies this weeked were the intricate feather headpieces looking very Native-American-spirited Hippie. Here are the photos from Day 3:
The Annual 3-Day Coachella Music and Arts Festival is upon us yet again in Indio, California. Crazily, they only sold 3-Day passes this year and the festival was sold out the week before! This year, I am staying at a Marriott in Palm Desert and here are the photos I took from Day 1 of the festival:
Here’s Nemo presenting the view from our hotel room.
Jeffy trying to take a picture of me taking a picture of him. What a DORK!
Doc Martens has always been the staple lace-up boots in everyone’s closet. This year, they are celebrating their 50th anniversary by commissioning 10 bands to cover a few of their favorite songs with each band creating their own commemorative video. To celebrate Doc Martens‘ anniversary, here are some people who have rocked the iconic boots throughout the years: