Posts tagged ‘glamour’

November 13, 2013

Party Like It’s 1930s Shanghai

1930s shanghai indiana jones
Oh dear lord, if there was ever a party that I simply must attend it is a 1930s Shanghai party in London.
The events are organised by the Nudge and UFF Tea Merchants. The theme is as described and my friends and I have added a sub line of “Go Large or Go Home” .. we shall be glittering in crystals, jewelled turbans, elbow gloves, velvet, red lipstick – more is more, as they say!

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July 5, 2013

Armani Privé: Sheer Flamboyance

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Nude was the predominant colour on display at Armani Privé.  Brushing aside the fashion industry’s heated discussion, I think last year, about the colour description of nude after Michelle Obama wore it, it is a colour that Giorgio Armani excels in.  Mr Armani can’t have failed to notice that Planet Hollywood

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September 10, 2012

London’s New Secret

Sexy lingerie brand, Victoria’s Secret recently opened its glamorous new Bond Street store injecting American cool into the High Street.

Victoria’s Secret took far too long to open in the UK, this was one of the few American brands that I still requested

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August 9, 2012

India, Nouveau

PCJ Delhi Couture Week 2012 couldn’t have opened with a fresher and younger look than the collection presented by Varun Bahl.  Called India, Nouveau the collection was as elegant as it was sexy with its sheer fabrics and peek-a-boo highlights whilst keeping the wearer ingeniously covered and demure!

How does one achieve all of that?  Indulge further and see for yourself:

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May 8, 2012

The Gold, The Bad and The Ugly

It’s Met Ball time yay!  I’m sure it’s great fun actually being there but since most of us weren’t why don’t we all pour over the fashion instead?  I’ve picked some of my favourites – when they’re good they’re really really good but when they’re bad… they’re shocking!  First up, the lovely hostess:

Anna Wintour here wearing Prada with a lobster embroidery.  Must have been great on paper.

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