Fashion Police Hosts Dress Up For Halloween 2012

This year the Fashion Police hosts costumes were as colourful and funny as ever. From far left Kris Jenner was dressed as Psy, Kelly Osbourne dressed as Katy Perry, Joan Rivers dressed as Mariah Carey, George Kotsiopoulos as Brad Pitt from the Chanel No. 5 commercial, and Melissa Rivers as Nicki Minaj.

My favorite this year was Kelly Osbourne. She looked so much like Katy Perry…. Well done Kelly!

 

 

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The Art Of Blending In!!!

I had this post sitting around in drafts, so I thought I’d just post it!!!

For several years now, Chinese artist Liu Bolin’s disappearing act has happened in plain sight……Initially, it was a reaction to the Chinese government shutting down his studio (“they want me to be invisible, I’ll be invisible”) as well as other, state-sanctioned repressive actions directed at his colleagues… As a result, Liu Bolin’s extraordinary works of public camouflage pictures are the most viewed on the internet…

The process of making oneself truly invisible is quite painstaking. Apparently, Bolin spends hours perfecting his poses to ensure that he’ll mesh with his background. Bolin then stands in front of backdrops with a team of assistants to paint the camouflage on his clothes.

Book Of The Week : Une Passion Marocaine

Yves Saint Laurent had a famous love affair…. It was with Morocco !!! In fact, he loved Morocco so much he bought the famous ¬†Majorelle Gardens¬†in Marrakech and made it his home.

Une Passion Marocaine gives an insight of his life there…. it’s sort of a diary or a scrapbook…even if you can’t read it (because it’s in french) the beautiful sketches and photographs themselves can tell you the story… A must!!!

Via Amazon.com

Book Of The Week: What Remains, by Carole Radziwill

I have posted before about my ultimate style icon Carolyn Bessette Kennedy¬†Here….. I would say that she helped me define my style when I was in college (maybe even now)… No one did the urban minimalist look better than her…. I often wonder what her style would be like today and what would her choices be from the latest collections!!!

As much as I liked her, I always avoided reading books about her because to be honest, it is her style I am more interested in!!!… But somehow I got my hands on Carole Radziwill’s book and am so happy that I did… it is well written and I highly recommend reading it!!!

No wonder it was a New York Times Bestseller!