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Sherlock insists on wearing her favourite colour

Le 24 avril 2017, 09:31 dans Humeurs 0

AMBER Sherlock has hit the red carpet at the 59th Annual TV Week Logie Awards, insisting on wearing her signature colour.

Jessica Mauboy waltzes into the Logies in white.

Three months after the Nine newsreader became a worldwide viral sensation when leaked footage showed her mercilessly berating fellow presenter Julie Snook for wearing a similar white top and demanding she wear a blazer, Sherlock is still claiming ownership of the light and bright shade.

When she appeared on the red carpet at Melbourne’s Crown Casino in the Jason Grech gown, we could only imagine the producers’ immediate concern for the welfare of Georgia Love. It seems the former star of The Bachelorette had already left her hotel room by the time the memo was delivered and she arrived at the ceremony also wearing white. It was a brave move. She was promptly removed from the event.

It’s expected veteran Channel Ten newsreader Sandra Sully will also be receiving a dressing down tonight. As she walked down the red carpet, a frazzled minder began begging House Husbands star Firass Dirani for his blazer to swath Sully in. Her pleads were left unanswered. At the final moment, the minder was able to source a shawl for the newsreader, but it too was white and only added fuel to the fire.

Charitably chic!

Le 2 avril 2017, 11:43 dans Humeurs 0

There's nothing like a party for a good cause.

Groovy: Nicole embraced 70's chic in high waisted pink pants and a red camisole

And Nicole Richie was ready as ever to lend a helping hand, hosting a charity event with Project September in Hollywood this week.

The 35-year-old celeb invited LA's most stylish residents to the Roosevelt Hotel Garden to raise money for Planned Parenthood with an evening of fashion, fun and friends.

At the summer festival inspired event, the Candidly, Nicole starlet looked 70's chic in a red camisole and bubblegum pink trousers, all from her line House Of Harlow.

The Berkeley-born star jazzed things up with a pair of heart shaped sunglasses, while striking a pose in front of the palms of the Roosevelt's garden.

The mother-of-two's blonde locks were styled in a chic bun spun from a fishtail braid, while Nicole opted for low-key glamour, donning simple contour and glowing skin.

The champagne was flowing at the exclusive shopping event, where LA fashion influencers donned their favorite LA inspired looks to shoot Project September's Festival Lookbook in support of Planned Parenthood.

Bloggers Sheryl Luke, Bethany Marie, Marie von Behrens and more attended to kick off festival season at the spring soirée as DJ Lindsay Luv spun tunes.

Nicole made her rounds, laughing and taking selfies with party guests while embracing festival spirit in the Hollywood garden.

A portion from every purchase from Project September's festival lookbook was donated to Planned Parenthood

Project September is an immersive, visual shopping site featuring the best of global fashion brands, designers, and influencers.

Nicole's line House Of Harlow is featured on the site, alongside selections from Saks Fifth Avenue, Nasty Gal, Nike and more.

 

Paris Fashion Week get the blues with politics suddenly fashionable

Le 7 mars 2017, 07:07 dans Humeurs 0

While its exact symbolism is up for debate, one thing is certain at Paris Fashion Week: blue is the colour of the season.

Designers have used the hue in their fall-winter collections, including Britain’s Phoebe Philo at Celine, Italy’s Maria Grazia Chi­uri at Dior, Japan’s Yoshiyuki ­Miyamae at Issey Miyake, Georgia’s David Koma at Mugler and Lebanon’s Elie Saab.

Designer Pierpaolo Piccioli’s gentle and thoughtful Valentino collection yesterday combined Victorian-era styles with Italian postmodern design.

Colours were also gentle — raspberry, sage green, turquoise, sheeny black with white. A stylish flash of cadmium yellow blossomed on a standout silken dress. An ethnic, multi-coloured patchwork coat was handled with subtlety — while long, soft pleats gently lined some of the most beautiful gowns seen this season.

Designer Phoebe Philo seemed to shrink the models in her inventive, proportion-play of a Celine show.

The lauded designer tamed the styles of the American cowgirl for the Parisian audience with a beautifully soft colour palette, with lashings of pink and peach. Skirts and coats with hip cutouts evoked cowboy chaps.

Prints with cowboy and rodeo motifs speckled with stars followed buttoned-up shirts, belts with exaggerated silver buckles, checks and hanging pendants with cowboy- style silver clasps.

A standout long coat-pant look toyed cleverly with the rodeo style. Feminine soft turquoise replaced blue denim, and the big Western leather collar was given a feminine twist, flopping softly and delicately.

Bill Gaytten, who designs for the house of John Galliano, took guests down the annals of fashion history.

It made for a richly reverential show that celebrated post-war styles and played with off-kilter proportion. Black ostrich feather hats were re-imagined in exaggerated width.

Coats that resembled the influential 1947 Bar Jacket, invented by Christian Dior where John Galliano worked for 15 years, were given a tweak with bulbous lower part and military buttons.

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