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Must-See Fashion

Trends, collections, fashion week(s), style blogs, street style, fashion magazines, makeup looks, designers…and where am I going with this list? Well, there is one major component that all of these have in common—they create an image. And that is why we love fashion and beauty after all, because it allows us the opportunity to admire something beautiful.

So today I want to dedicate this blog to some fascinating fashion and beauty images.

Obviously this blog is not about politics, and I surely don’t intend to get into any sort of political conversation or debate. Rather can we just say how lovey both wives looked at last night’s debate in this pink color?


Photo: tressugar.com

You can imagine the immediate fanfare on the Interwebs. I’m loving First Lady Michelle Obama’s jacket and Anne Romney’s green necklace choice!

W magazine is celebrating its 40th anniversary with four different covers meant to pay tribute to each of the decades.


Rooney Mara gets done up in Fall 2012 Prada (I suppose we’ll turn a blind eye to the anachronistic attire because it is fab) for the 70s cover. Each girl shared their thoughts with W about their decade. Mara isn’t a huge fan of the men’s fashion back then, “I find the way men dressed then to be kind of repulsive—especially disco style.” Read More


Mia Wasikowska wears Balenciaga in her 80s representation. Mia loves her 80s movies, “I love The Shining—especially the little kid, when he’s on his tricycle riding through the mansion.” We think she chose well! Read More


Scarlette Johannson rocks the Dolce & Gabbana for her 90s cover (plus a nose ring and dark lips). She’s not a fan of one particular 90s fashion stabple, “Turtlenecks—they’re horrible. I tried to get into them because they are so practical, but they’re just so unfortunate.” Read More


Keira Knightley stays fairly current in Chanel with short bleached (and we mean bleached) hair. W asked Knightley who from the past ten years she particularly admires? Her answer, “The artist Pipilotti Rist. I’ve had one of her postcards—a really beautiful scenery picture—on my mirror for ages.” Read More


Photo By Eban Falk via wwd.com

Gwyneth Paltrow is unquestionably one of the most beautiful women in the world, and it is probably equally fair to say that she rarely takes a bad picture, but I especially love this one from the Annual Golden Heart Awards. That dress is killer!

By Kristianne Young

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