This year’s Met Gala theme was “PUNK: Chaos to Couture”, and since so many of the celebs in attendance nailed it, I couldn’t simply post my fave looks and be done with it. This time, I chose to bring you not only my fave looks, but also the runners-up, and the headscratchers all in one post.
Let’s start with my faves. I loved the ornate Dolce and Gabbana dress on Katy Perry, the grand headpiece on SJP, the elegant Margiela on Gwen Stefani, the stunning, but decidedly NOT punk Givenchy gown on Rooney Mara, and an orange moomoo-like goodness on Ashley Olsen. None of those looks screamed punk to me, but I found these dresses to be interesting, fashion-forward, and gorgeous too. Well, SJP’s panty-flashing Giles gown wasn’t exactly my type, but if anyone could’ve pulled it off it’s her.
Apart from my top 5, I enjoyed so many other looks! From Giovanna Battaglia gilded head-to-toe goodness, to Solange Knowles looking lovely in a Kenzo gown that was perhaps a tad too casual for the Met, but beautiful nonetheless, to Emma Watson in a very sexy Prabal Gurung…there was no shortage of fashion porn at this year’s gala. Some celebs decided to don simple LBDs to the event, which in my opinion was a total waste (I’m looking at you, Michelle Williams), but others made up for it with punk hair (Miley Cyrus), and studs galore (looking gorgeous, Sienna Miller!).
All in all, I loved this year’s fashion offerings. I hate wading through a million photos of boring outfits, and this year there weren’t too many.
So now it’s your turn! Which celebs brought their A-game to the 2013 Costume Institute Gala, and which crashed and burned? Share your opinions in the comments!
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Style Blog, May 7th 2013 |
Who rule the world? Apparently, Beyoncé does. After a crazy-amazing year in the spotlight, Queen Bey is not ready to slow down her world domination. This time, she has her sights set on H&M’s affordable summer fashion. Starring in the brand’s summer ad campaign, Beyoncé will be seen frolicking on the beach, showing off her toned body in H&M swimwear.
“I’ve always liked H&M’s focus on fun affordable fashion. I really loved the concept we collaborated on to explore the different emotions of women represented by the four elements – fire, water, earth and wind,” said Bey. “It was a beautiful shoot on a tropical island. It felt more like making a video than a commercial.”
And while the entire campaign titled Beyoncé as Mrs Carter in H&M is not yet out, we do have this sneak peek photo to satiate our curiosity.
So, what do you think about this collab? Is this a smart move for Beyoncé? Would you rather see a Solange for H&M collab instead? Actually…that’s not a bad idea. Dearest, H&M, can you please make that happen? In the meantime, I’ll stay tuned for more images from Beyoncé as Mrs Carter in H&M.
Photo Credits: H&M
Style Blog, March 21st 2013 |
I have to admit, I did not watch the Super Bowl, because I really don’t care about football, but I’m pretty sure everyone and their grandma watched the halftime show, if only to see Beyoncé and Destiny’s Child reunite for the first time in AGES! And of course, to dance their asses off to Bootylicious. Queen Bey herself wore a cropped motorcycle jacket and a bodysuit made with strips of python and iguana, and insets of lace designed by the New York-based designer Rubin Singer. Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams also wore Proenza Schouler booties that I just happen to have…no biggie! The sets were over the top, the hair was tossed, and Destiny’s Child reunited. It was a perfect ending to a lazy Sunday.
What did you think of the halftime show? Did you like the costumes? Share in the comments!
DESTINY’S CHILD REUNION AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Style Blog, February 3rd 2013 |