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FASHIONABLE NEWS OF THE WEEK: Vogue’s new documentary sneak peak, Alexander Wang IS or ISN’T going to Balenciaga? and collaborations that ARE and ARE NOT happening and more.

                             

The news of a Vogue documentary have been out for a while but it is finally a week away.

The documentary will revolve around past and present editors of the magazine, that have shaped the way it is now. These include Grace Coddington, Anna Wintour, Babs Simpson, Phyllis Posnick, Jade Hobson, Tonne Goodman, Camilla Nickerson, Polly Mellene and Carlyne Cerf. A definite must watch! Check out a preview below:


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"Is Alexander Wang going to Balenciaga or not?" Is THE question on everybody’s lips at the moment. I vouch for it so where do I register to vote? 

After Nicolas Ghesquière’s departure from the Brand it was rumored that Versus’ former designer Christopher Kane would follow him, but it isn’t the case so who is? Apparently Wang is the leader candidate for the position according to Cathy Horyn and WWD and I  can’t wait until someone confirms anything. 

Only downside of Wang at Balenciaga? If I already want everything Alexander Wang and most Balenciaga, I am going to go broke if he starts designing for the Label. Oh sh*t.


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Anyone who knows me, or follows me on Twitter or Instagram knows that I am a passionate follower of Jeremy Scott. I love his winged-anything and actually wear it (In case anyone had doubts). 

The smart car designed by Mr. Scott is called “Smart Forjeremy” and will be launched next year for the price of $24,000 USD. I hate Smart Cars but I love him, and Iove those wings, and I am moving to NYC where you rarely use cars. What to do?…….I should get it, it’s an investment piece.  Sigh

Watch Jeremy Scott talk about the car in the video below:



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I don’t know what’s more depressing, that I didn’t know there was an Australian Teen Vogue equivalent called Miss Vogue, or that I don’t have Kendal Jenner’s body. Even though I am not a big fan of the Kardashians, this young fahshionista is growing on me.

How stunning does she look?!


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This week some rumours that Givenchy was doing a collaboration for H&M were circling around the fashion world, however and much to my disappointment, they are false.
Kyle Anderson tweetet about it, Jim Shi tweeted about it, and  Fashionista.com wrote about it. Both Givenchy and H&M have denied this collaboration and it makes me oh so sad.

However in more upbeat collaboration news but much less affordable…Hermès is doing a collaboration with, uhm, Rei Kawakubo. How odd yet exciting. I am one that can’t wait to see how this will pan out.

Met Gala 2012 Impossible Conversations: Best Dressed 3

THE FINAL ROUND!

It was a good trip, but as all good things must come to an end here are the last best dressed of this year’s Met Ball.

Emma Stone in Lanvin.
More than beautiful she looks cute, like little girl picking up flowers kind of cute. 
 

Rooney Mara in Givenchy.
 

Sofia Vergara in Marchesa.
 

Emma Roberts in Escada.
Is it weird I kind of want to taste that dress?
 

 

Elizabeth Banks in Mary Katrantzou.
Is she the next Daphne Guiness? 
 

Carey Mulligan in Prada.
She looks like a fish. A fierce fish.
 

Sarah Jessica Parker in Valentino.
 

Amy Adams in Giambattista Valli.
 

Coco Rocha in Vintage Givenchy.
Love, love, love that she took a bold choice and went with a suit, a yellow suit for that matter; and look at her danm hair! I want that hair so bad now.
This is the part when I say: I saw Coco Rocha wearing a yellow suit and pink hair, so I bought a yellow suit and got pink hair.
 


Renée Zellweger in Emilio Pucci.
 

 

Mary-Kate Olsen in The Row.
 

Cate Blanchet in Alexander McQueen.

Ashley Greene in custom Donna Karan.

This is all for today! Now let’s start prepping for next year’s Met Ball.


all photos from style.com

Best Dressed Academy Awards 2012 Part.2

Emma stone in Giambattista Valli.

Yes, we get it. She looked like Nicole Kidman at the 2007 Oscars. Get over it!

Leslie Mann in Roberto Cavalli.


Melissa McCarthy in Marina Rinaldi.

Big girls for the win! she is so funny.

Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton.

I always get my Michelle Williams, Carey Mulligan and Mia Wasikowska mixed up. Is it so hard to get different haircuts?!

Rooney Mara in GIvenchy Haute Couture.

Glen Close in Zac Posen.

Is it weird that I think she kind of looks LIKE Zac Posen here?

Rose Byrne in Vivienne Westwood.


Mia Jovovich in Elie Saab.

Speechless, breathless, in love. 

Miss Piggy in Zac Posen.

She is my muse and everyone should learn from her.

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