Hairstylist Lisa Eastwood added some unkempt sexiness to Lily’s shorter tresses using Shu Uemura styling creams and texturizing sprays, while makeup artist Mary Greenwell gave her a sultry finish. “Lily has a new hair cut, which is fabulous! It is shorter, choppy and very contemporary, so we wanted to leave it unkempt and kind of wild. Very unstructured. We worked the makeup to go with this look to make her appear very much of the moment with a simple soft smoky eye and dark berry mouth. I used as few products possible—this keeps the look real and uncomplicated,” Mary said when expressing her inspiration. | continue reading..
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After wowing in a bright coral dress at the UNICEF Snowflake Ball, the 29-year-old once again turned to the Resort 2013 collection for this off-runway vivid lemongrass silk-chiffon gathered cocktail dress with a black Chantilly lace underlayer that took center stage at the v-neck opening. Like her selection before, this design is also a non-presented gem. | continue reading..
The 23-year-old actress was looking much more grown up than we’re used to seeing when she arrived in a sleek black Mulberry gown and deep berry-colored lips. Lily is wearing a Spring 2013 long “Eliza” pleated crepe dress, a non-presented runway look. I’m totally into the subtle edginess of the dress, which featured tiny gold spiked studs along the thin straps. | continue reading..
Anna Kendrick in Mulberry | “The Company You Keep” Premiere – 2012 Toronto International Film Festival
The 26-year-old looked better than she has in a long time when she arrived at the Roy Thomson Hall wearing the fitted “Nightie” dress by Mulberry, a contoured dress that’s covered in rich tie-dye shades of rusted orange, midnight blue and black, and features sheer lace paneling at the yoke, back and three-quarter length sleeves. | continue reading..
The 26-year-old actress shined in the California sun wearing a pink metallic sleeveless tea-length dress from the Resort 2012 collection by Mulberry, which featured delicate tucking at the neckline and full skirt. | continue reading..
For the cover, photographed by Josh Olins, Andrew suited up in a blue and black contrast Carven jacket while Emma — sporting pretty sculpted wavy locks — wore a vibrant purple long dress by Louis Vuitton. | continue reading..
The “Video Games” singer selected this pale blue “Calypso” top from the Spring 2012 collection, which was paneled down the center in bright blue and featured coral cap sleeves. Lana paired the lightweight top with two layered crucifix necklaces, a slim pair of cropped, dark wash jeans from G-Star and black monochrome flatform sneakers from Superga.
It seemed she was channeling Amy Winehouse’s style and sported a sky-high bouffant hairstyle and kitty-cat lined eyes that were completed with light baby blue shadow.
She finished off her look with her black leather signature “Del Rey” handbag from Mulberry.
I liked the blouse, but I feel like it was a bit out of place with everything else she was wearing. I think I’d like it more if she had on a classic pair of pointed toe pumps, but then I guess it wouldn’t be Lana’s style then.
What did you think of Lana’s colorful blouse and flatforms?
At this point everyone should know what they’re wearing; don’t think of The Fashion Court: Wish List as something I’m predicting. It is what it is — a wish list. I could see these ladies in these looks, I’d like to — hey, I want to. Hopefully, I’m right on track and they’ll wear something in the style, color or designer.
I may be right on the ball and they could wear exactly what I’ve selected for them. Who knows!
The 30-year-old went a little wild in a metallic tiger printed bustier dress with a black lace yoke and three-quarter sleeves from the Fall 2012 collection by Mulberry. There’s also a little bit of the black lace at an inset beneath her bust.
A similar watercolor printed version was seen on the runway.
I love the print and the way Alice’s hair was styled in a voluminous retro ‘do.
She finished off her look with black satin “Favell” pumps by Rupert Sanderson.
What do you think of Alice’s animal print dress?