Pan AM Fashion

Pan Am

Though I have only seen three episodes so far, I am becoming slightly addicted to new TV show “Pan Am“. One of many reasons why? The fashion, of course.

On top of strong female characters and intriguing (yet just about believable) plotlines, the production quality and costume department have obviously both been working overtime. It is a visual feast. Hopefully, my three Pan Am-inspired looks will be, as well!

The Make-up Essentials:
Winged EyelinerGlide and Define by Maxfactor
Lipstick that will last you throughout a busy day – Maybelline Superstay 24 Dual Ended Lipstick in Red Passion

Outfit One:
Tweed print playsuit
Faux fur shrug
T-bar block heels

Outfit Two:
Ponte pencil skirt
Patent bow ballet pumps
Sleeveless pussybow blouse

Outfit Three:
Printed tea dress
Agate charm necklace
Leather driver gloves
Snake platform court

Natalie Portman Black Swan Vogue
We can all smell the Oscar for Black Swan already. Natalie Portman transformed audience’s minds from voyeurs to participants. This said, January Vogue‘s portrayal of her in “Spreading Her Wings” might be dangerously literal in respect to ballet photography. You can’t deny the simplistic beauty from the pairing of photographer Peter Lindbergh and stylist Tonne Goodman either way. View Post

Erdem LFW Runway
Erdem shook things up a little at London Fashion Week by holding his show in a white tent in the middle of Bedford Square. Everything was exquisite, from lavishly embroidered white lace to Lolita-style uniform frocks. Erdem embodies what can only be called ‘sensible couture‘, using crossover heels and skirts resembling tutus to successfully portray his ballet inspiration. Literally bloomin‘ marvellous. View Post