>> First for a movie, then real life, and now for a Vogue spread as well -- Sienna Miller just can't get enough of her Edie Sedgwick character. I mean, I've heard of method acting, but wow. This is extreme. And getting a bit...should I say it?...tired. Before the actual movie even comes out. Yikes. In any case, Sienna needs to work on a more genuine-looking smile if she really wants to channel Edie. And now, I introduce, the January Vogue editorial, for your viewing pleasure.
Posts for December 2005
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>> I was watching Heathers yesterday, and it is an amazing example of 80's style -- a great source for style inspiration. Granted, you wouldn't want to exactly copy any one outfit, but maybe a big flower brooch here, a tiered skirt there. If not, the blazers with shoulder pads so big the girl looks like a linebacker are always fun to look at. How very.
If you don't have access to the movie, screen caps are here.
>> Gemma Ward, Lily Cole, and Heather Marks have brought with them the "alien pixie" look, but Sasha Pivovarova takes it to a whole new level. Check out those E.T.-like fingers she's showing off in the new Vogue Italia. Damn her -- now we have to figure out some way to elongate our fingers. Trip to the plastic surgeon, anyone?
If you need a couple more mock-ups for good-ol' Dr. Who, check here.
>> We finally got Marc Jacobs to move away from using celebrities in his ad campaigns, but it looks like Kaiser Karl is picking up right where he left off -- first Selma Blair, and now... Lindsay Lohan? Sorry, but she just doesn't really channel my idea of the Chanel woman -- Vanessa Paradis, Kate Moss, even Nicole Kidman, yes... but not Lindsay Lohan. Not even if she has been hanging out with Kate.
>> Looks like it's a done deal. Phoebe Philo won't divulge her status at Chloe, and neither will the Chloe spokespeople, but Phoebe's friends have no problem with being loose-lipped: "It's a done deal," one said. "She's quit."