Saturday, 19 November 2011

Zombie Boy all covered up



Many of you might recognize him from the Lady Gaga video clip: Born this way. He’s known around the world for all his tattoos and his zombie face. They call him Zombie Boy. Dermablend teamed up with him for their new cover up foundation product and I think it looks absolutely amazing! Who knew you could cover all those tattoos with foundation?

Alber Elbaz & Betsey Johnson Team Up For Christmas

For the past two years, John Galliano’s had the honor of decorating the Christmas tree at Claridge’s. The storied British hotel goes all out for the holiday season, starting with their whimsical, themed tree. This year, with Galliano out of the question, they’re turning to Lanvin’s Alber Elbaz. The designer’s sketch, at the top, shows a characteristically fun, colorful scheme and WWD reports that it will be “decorated with marionettes wearing Elbaz’s take on Claridge’s staff uniforms.” The tree will be unveiled on November 22nd. Meanwhile, Betsey Johnson’s doing the honors stateside, decorating the tree at the Plaza hotel. She’s paying tribute to Eloise with pink tinsel, garlands made of marabou and, in place of a star, an Eloise doll on top. The Plaza’s tree will be revealed on November 28th.

Monday, 14 November 2011

Kate Moss’ Little Sister Makes Modeling Debut

Yes, Kate Moss was the star of her own wedding, but Lottie, the supermodel’s thirteen-year-old sister, caused quite a stir—like that weekend’s very own Pippa Middleton. The Moss family is, of course, a very different kind of royalty so it was assumed by the fashion filled party that Lottie would turn to modeling when the time was right. That time appears to be now. A series of editorial-like images of Lottie, shot by Andrea Carter Bowman, just hit the Internet, which means it’s only a matter of time before she starts gracing magazine covers. Lottie may be gorgeous (shocker), but she looks quite different from her legendary sister. She has curves (though slight) and a more All-American look then the thoroughly British Kate. Since she’s not yet fourteen, there’s plenty of time for change (and puberty), but there’s no doubt we’ll be looking at that face for a very long time.