Ashley Olsen, what the heck are you wearing, girl? As much as the Olsens influence me, this suit makes me want to throw up.
Hannah Holman by Max Doyle for Vogue Australia May 2011
Model Julia Nobis looks glamorous in the dark and serious collection of Giorgio Armani in the midnight color palette of navy and black. I am in love with this beaded cape! Photos taken from Vogue Australia April 2011.
Sorry Becks & Posh. More famous people will be attending the Royal Wedding, and this time, it's deadly. Jane Austen, Laurence Olivier, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin & the Bronte sisters are some of the famous people who will be there in body, if not in spirit, for the Royal Wedding at Westminster Abbey, the world’s greatest indoor cemetery.
Some of the other guests include Geoffrey Chaucer, William Blake, Robert Burns, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, T. S. Eliot, Gerard Manley Hopkins, John Keats, Rudyard Kipling Percy Bysshe Shelley, Thomas Shadwell, Alfred Lord Tennyson, William Wordsworth, George Frideric Handel and Henry Purcell.
(King Henry the 3rd)
Besides famous deaths, Westminster Abbey is the beautiful location of the most famous royal weddings.
Westminster Abbey was chosen for the marriage of King George V’s daughter (Mary, Princess Royal) to Viscount Lascelles (later Earl of Harewood) in February 1922. And it was the setting for the weddings of two of the King’s sons: Prince Albert, Duke of York (later King George VI) to Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (later Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother) in April 1923, and Prince George, Duke of Kent, to Princess Marina of Greece in November 1934.
Westminster Abbey was the scene of the weddings of The Queen (as Princess Elizabeth) and The Duke of Edinburgh on 20 November 1947; Princess Margaret and Mr. Antony Armstrong-Jones (later Earl of Snowdon) on 6 May 1960; Princess Alexandra and the Hon. Angus Ogilvy (later Sir Angus) on 24 April 1963; Princess Anne (now The Princess Royal) and Captain Mark Phillips on 14 November 1973; and Prince Andrew (now The Duke of York) and Miss Sarah Ferguson on 23 July 1986.
Since it's wedding week, I figured I'd post some of my favorite bridal inspired moments in fashion...
In Harper's Bazaar Russia 2009, the beautiful burlesque super-starlet Dita Von Teese wore a Lacroix ivory-toned creation with yards of lace, gold embroidery and a jewel encrusted trim bodice and the headscarf is breathtakingly beautiful. Its bejeweled colourful roses and angelic, white headdress with a golf leaf design, hints at the Madonnas taken out on the streets during Spanish processions.
This has got to be the dumbest thing I have seen this week. Enjoy a piece of Kate or William, sweet or spicy, extra saucy.
How cute is this couple? This photo is being used for the wedding programs. The beautiful black and white photo was shot by famed fashion photographer Mario Testino. Both wear white open-necked shirts and big smiles. It's modern, sleek and adorable.