Pure joy! Harper’s Bazaar announced Thursday, July 30 what will be in-store for the upcoming September issue. Carine Roitfeld writes about her favourite fashion icons throughout history featuring famous stars. Jean-Paul Goude is the photographer of the shoot and the photos are magical. There is also an article about Goude’s experience with Roirfeld and Stephen Gan.
Praise Gan, Goude and Roirfeld for Oprah being portrayed as Glenda the Good Witch to Katy Perry as Elizabeth Taylor.
The fashion spread is divine and the creativity of the minds of Goude and Roitfeld are magical. You can see the amount of detail one photo has and realistic. They give great respects to all of the phenomenal icons everyone knows and loves.
If you are not familiar the importance of the September issue in the fashion industry, do not fret. Normally, September and March are the months when it is time to clean your closets. However, September is more of the New Year’s Day of fashion and Fashion Week showcases during that time.
Fashion editorial magazines like Vogue, Elle, InStyle and Harper’s Bazzar have their biggest September issues published. They are large in size because of the advertisers featured in the magazines. Vogue carries the largest title of most advertisers and you can read more in depth via Fashionista.com. There was also a documentary film, The September Issue. The documentary is about Vogue’s creation process of their September 2009 issue.
When September comes, do not forget to buy your copy!
– km xoxo
So…I came across Elle.com and I saw there was an article on James Franco’s 2015 Calendar. I thought it was not free until I read Elle.com’s article: http://www.elle.com/news/culture/james-franco-selfie-calendar?click=hprc. Yes, indeed it is free and let the inner fan girl or guy come out. In the article, there is a link to upload the free calendar and ways to tweet or Instagram a selfie to James himself. You can #hashtag the title of the day from the calendar and make sure you watch James on his YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/JamesFrancoChannel. Enjoy!
– km xoxo
P.S. This could be a great holiday gift…
I came across Elle.com and there was an article on 21 ways of fixing your clothing. The article is written by Brooke Shunatona and she discusses how you can fix your ruined clothes. I thought it was neat that to fix a shedding sweater, you put it in a plastic bag and freeze it. Even, hairspray can remove a lipstick stain from your shirt or whatever fabric you stained. Check out the article and hopefully these help you too. Do not worry, these products can be easily found in your house! Also, here is the link below.
– km xoxo
Halloween is almost here and soon people are going to be dressed up! Today, I came across one of my old sketches and thought about dressing up as one of these characters. The sketch to the left is very princess, almost like Grace Kelly and to the right is modern Renaissance. Still, if you are like me trying to figure out your costume last minute, it’s okay because here are some links to inspire you for Halloween!
An article from Vogue.com discusses about the 20 Halloween costumes inspired by TV shows and movies: http://www.vogue.com/3246203/best-halloween-costumes-inspired-by-movies/. Out of the 20 characters, my all time favourite costume would be, “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” with Audrey Hepburn’s iconic LBD. So if you have a LBD, I highly recommend, being Audrey for the night, classy, and oh so chic! Plus, if you want to see the best celebrity costumes, you must go to Elle.com: http://www.elle.com/pop-culture/celebrities/best-celebrity-halloween-costumes#slide-1! Model, Heidi Klum always shines for Halloween and last year’s was hilarious since she was an old lady.
Also, you can even look up costume ideas on Pinterest.com or Tumblr.com. These two websites have DIY how to costumes as well! Enjoy!
– km xoxo