Have We Met?

The Costume Institute Met Ball 2012. Theme this year?  Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations.   I have looked through some of the photos on Style.com and usmgazine.  So far, so beautiful.

Camilla Belle In a beautiful Ralph Lauren, But my favorite aspect of the look?  The deep purple lip with the light, shimmery dress.  Lana Del Rey in Joseph Altuzarra.  I love the sheer black cape. So stunning.

My favorite hair inspiration and the newlywed, Carey Mulligan in Prada.  Karolina Kurkova in Rachel Zoe. Loving the matching turban! These dresses are some major displays of all that sparkles.

Hey Anja, could your Anthony Vaccarello gown show a little more hip? Mary-Kate’s The Row dress is very nun meets geisha in a very modern way.

Brights!!! The ever stylish Diane Kruger is not a disappointment in this feather adorned Prada.  And January Jones wears Versace well.

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Take it off

Anja Rubik is a beautiful girl, but after checking out the fragrance ad for Chloe on the back of my Nylon magazine and comparing it to the photo on the  cover of the April 2008 issue, I came to one solid conclusion: she never needed all that hair!   Long or short she has wonderful hair, but in all honesty, why keep the length when you have a great face to show off.  So many girls keep their hair long just to keep it long, but recently the stars have been chopping it off and I love what I’m seeing (think Rihanna and Katie Holmes). Anja’s long hair in the first picture only makes her face look longer, and the cropped cut in the second shot is screaming “Hello, cheekbones.”

Photos from style.com

 

 

 

The Chloe Girls for Nylon April 2008 by Guy Aroch

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Our Chloe Sevigny encounter this weekend seems to have been well timed: she graces the pages of this month’s Nylon Magazine with fellow Chloe campaigners Clemence Poesy and Anja Rubik.  Nylon has really been stepping it up lately in terms of fashion credibility — its Avril Levigne cover seems like a distant memory.  Let’s hope it stays that way.

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