Getting a 2 second snapchat of a butthole has redefined the term “fleeting satisfaction” for me. And also brightened my evening immensely.
I’m obsessed with this Anthony Powell costume from the live-action 101 Dalmatians worn by Glenn Close as Cruella de Vil. This is the costume where Cruella makes her enterance in the film. Her version of a suit for a modern businesswoman features exaggeratedly pointed shoulders, a corseted waist, and a thigh-high slit in the skirt. She accessorizes with a veiled hat, skunk fur muff with an matching attached stole trailing behind, black-nailed gloves, and dagger-sharp stilettos. The costume is covered in contrasting black and white sequins.
Eiko Ishioka’s costume designs for Bram Stoker’s Dracula (dir. Francis Ford Coppola, 1992)
Hello friends, the weekend is over. Many of you saw the movie…
In this post, I have to give a credit to Tiffany for the jewelry collection that is made for Luhrmann’s movie The Great Gatsby. The collection is made in a collaboration with the Oscar winning costume designer, Catherine Martin. You remember Moulin Rouge? I believe, she is a hard working/super talented designer.
I can’t really decide if my favorite work is The Savoy headpiece or bracelet-pearl-diamond-ring. And it’s not a secret, if the brooch is priced 200,000; the headpiece can sell easy for up to 1Mil. Price upon request…
lookin like a damn goddess