Saturday, February 25, 2017

Katy Made Not 1 But 2 Fashion Statements In London

Brit Awards 2017

Ensemble: Atelier Versace | Jewellery: Lorraine Schwartz
Hair Stylist: Shon Hyungsun Ju | Make Up Artist: Anthony H Nguyen | 
Nail Artist: Michelle Humphrey
Stylist: Jamie Mizrahi

Universal Music Party (Brit Awards After-Party)

Ensemble: Adam Selman
Hair Stylist: Shon Hyungsun Ju | Make Up Artist: Anthony H Nguyen | 
Nail Artist: Michelle Humphrey
Stylist: Jamie Mizrahi

Best Dressed: #NYFW Celebrity Style

Leighton Meester @ Prabal Gurung FW17 Presentation

Wears: Prabal Gurung Pre-Fall '17 | Clutch: Hunting Season | Stilettos: Jimmy Choo
Hair Stylist: Seiji | Make Up Artist: Beau Nelson
Stylist: Jamie Mizrahi

Blake Lively @ L'Oreal Love Galantines Day Party
Dress: SemSem | Stilettos: Christian Louboutin | Should Bag: Chanel | 
Rings: Jacquie Aiche & Lorraine Schwartz 
Hair Stylist: Rod Ortega | Make Up Artist: Kristofer Buckle

Blake Lively @ Michael Kors FW17 Presentation

Dress: Michael Kors | Stilettos: Christian Louboutin | Jewellery: Lorraine Schwartz | Rings: Ofira
Hair Stylist: Rod Ortega | Kristofer Buckle | Nail Artist: Elle

Shay Mitchell @ Tory Burch FW17 Presentation 
Dress: Tory Burch | Jacket: The Perfext | Belt: Gucci
Hair Stylist: Justin Marjan | Make Up Artist: Patrick Ta
Stylist: Chloe & Marie-Lou Bartoli

Best Dressed: 70th Annual BAFTA Awards

Emma Stone
Ensemble: Chanel Haute Couture | Stilettos: Christian Louboutin | Jewellery: Tiffany & Co.
Hair Stylist: Mara Roszak | Make Up Artist: Rachel Goodwin
Stylist: Petra Flannery
Anya Taylor-Joy

Gown: Gucci 
Hair Stylist: Carlos Ferraz | Make Up Artist: Nathalie Eleni
Stylist: Ilaria Urbinati 

Tom Ford

Tuxedo: Tom Ford

Kate Middleton

Gown: Alexander McQueen

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Janelle Makes Another Fashion Statement

Janelle Maeve has been making quite a name for herself both acting and fashion wise all thanks to  her film "Hidden Figures". While dominating the red carpet during awards season, her look at the 2017 NAACP Image Awards has to be my favourite so far. This high-low ruffle hemmed gown with turtle neck and long sleeves is just everything, then adding simple pumps and jewellery, natural makeup with a bold red lip, and double buns with accessorized hair pins, honestly, could this look get any better? I am sooo excited to see what Maeve has in store for the upcoming Oscars on February 26th.

Gown: Ashi Studio | Pumps: Jimmy Choo | Jewelley: H Stern
Hair Stylist: Nikki Nelms | Make Up Artist: Jessica P Smalls
Stylist: Maeve Reilly

Best Dressed: 59th Annual Grammy Awards

 Ensemble: Armani Prive (Custom) | Mules: Giuseppe Zanotti | Jewellery: Chopard | 
Rings: David Webb & Doyle and Doyle | Clutch: Roger Vivier
Hair Stylist: Yusef | Make Up Artist: Lora Arellano | Nail Artist: Kimmie Kyees
Stylist: Mel Ottenberg

Carrie Underwood
Gown: Yas Couture by Elie Madi | Sandals: Jimmy Choo | 
Jewellery: Randall Scott Fine Jewelry & Nigaam
Hair and Make Up: Melissa Schleicher
Stylist: Marina Toybina
Kristin Cavallari
Gown: Olima Studio (Custom) | Sandals: Gianvito Rossi | Necklace: Dana Rebecca Designs | Earrings: Sara Weinstock | Rings: Nigaam & Graziela Gems
Hair Stylist: Scotty Cunha | Make Up Artist: Robert Sesnek
Stylist: Judy Kaufman
Katy Perry
Gown: Tom Ford | Jewellery: Lorraine Schwartz 
Hair Stylist: Serge Normant |  Make Up Artist: Anthony H Nguyen | Nail Artist: Kimmie Kyees
Stylist: Jamie Mizrahi
Celine Dion
Gown: Zuhair Murad Haute Couture | Sandals: Gucci | Jewellery: Dvani
Stylist: Law Roach
Chrissy Teigen
Gown: Roberto Cavalli | Clutch and Sandals: Jimmy Choo | Jewellery: Coomi
Hair Stylist: Jen Atkin | Make Up Artist: Partick Ta | Nail Artist: Kimmie Kyees
Stylist: Monica Rose


Gown: Givenchy Haute Couture | Jewellery: Lorraine Schwartz
Hair Stylist: Michael Aston | Make Up Artist: Chris Appleton | Nail Artist: Kimmie Kyees
Stylist: Gaelle Paul
Jennifer Lopez
Gown: Ralph & Russ Haute Couture | Stilettos: Christian Louboutin | Clutch: Judith Leiber | 
Jewellery: Butani
Hair Stylist: Lorenzo Martin | Make Up Artist: Mary Phillips
Stylists: Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn
Maren Morris
Gown: Michael Costello Couture | Sandals: House of CB | Jewelley: Jason of Beverly Hills | 
Clutch: Devi Kroell
Hair Stylist: Marwa Bashir | Make Up Artist: Lindsay Doyle
Stylist: Courtney Kivela Robinson

Giuliana Rancic

Mini Dress: Celia Kritharioti | Stilettoos: Christian Louboutin | Rings: Le Vian | 
Earrings: L'Dezen by Payal Shah
Hair Stylist: Traci Garrett | Make Up Artist: Daniel Deleno 
Stylist: Rebecca M Gross

It's #NYFW: Cushnie et Ochs Fall 2017

"Cushnie and Ochs have spent years making body-con and cut-outs look refined, and that clean, modern silhouette remains their bottom line. In a nod to Smithson, the designers used tones that reflected his earthworks and sculptures, such as a shade of citrine on a crepe long-sleeved midi dress and midnight blue on the short-sleeved mock neck top with fractured lacing. As the show came to an end, the designers sent out a nearly naked dress with a sequined cascading panel and a fully sequined jumpsuit, both of which waved to Smithson’s “Map of Broken Glass” installation from 1969. Past met present and future in the Fall lineup, with new ideas such as textured separates and outerwear, including a midnight-colored brushed velvet fitted jacket and a collarless fur coat. The tunic fit on a long-sleeved sequined top and a white crepe sleeveless blouse with an asymmetrical cut seemed to speak to a more diverse audience, in terms of size and shape, than collections past. Overall, this outing felt slightly more grown up and polished than before, and it seemed to suggest the designers might be in the mood for a little change, rather than just banking on the tight, sultry dresses and jumpsuits that have brought them much of their financial success. The possibilities are endless for the next decade ahead." -

Saturday, February 18, 2017

It's #NYFW: Brandon Maxwell Fall 2017

“Create from my heart.” That’s a line from Brandon Maxwell’s Fall show notes, which addressed the designer’s struggles, since starting his line, with pressure—both from the industry and its already high standards and internally, where that tension might be even higher. Tonight, he wrote that he was “ready to let go of what people want from [him].” To see him test the waters of progressing from his signature of abbreviated palette eveningwear was encouraging. Fall’s evolutionary step gave one the conviction that if he pushed with more gusto, he could divine yet more of the starry power that gives his label its all but stand-alone charm. “All the leather, the diamonds, the fur,” said Maxwell backstage, speaking to his fashion fantasies as a youngster in Texas. There was a kind of boy-dreaming-in-his-bedroom, bigger-is-better appeal in brighter color usage, impactful leather numbers, exaggerated proportions of sleeves, a damn fabulous black pony hair ball-skirt, or a clingy, mercurial disco suit coated allover in Swarovski crystals. Added separates were a savvy stride ahead, too. At show’s end, Mariah Carey’s “Fantasy” filled the room, this wasn’t the sweetest fantasy, but, so long as Maxwell keeps dreaming, it may well be in the future." -