Blake Lively Red Hair
How did Blake Lively escape from the sea? I’m pretty sure I’ve seen her in my Disney favourite. Nevertheless, the new red hair looks absolutely gorgeous on the bombshell. Debuted last night at the party for the “Time 100 List“, she swapped her bright blonde locks for these fiery curls and paired the change with a mermaid-esque, seafoam Zuhair Murad gown. The dress was later stepped on by Patrick McMullan, causing the train to rip and a ushering a necessary safety-pin fix courtesy of Blake!

With her brunette dye job for “Green Lantern“, sunny Gossip Girl locks as Serena van der Woodsen, then this image change, how does she keep such phenomenal tresses?

Bombshell Bergdorf Goodman Eniko Mihalik
Eniko Mihalik is, in my opinion, one of the only high fashion models with the ability to really sell. In these shots by Miguel Reveriego for Bergdorf Goodman Resort, her regenerated red hair makes her look decisively vibrant. Even though the photos are heavily edited, her body remains healthy and I am enticed into items that I would customarily page-turn. Drool. View Post

Brooklyn 1960 Elle Brasil Caroline Trentini
Elle Brasil did “Brooklyn 1960” for their November issue, with a red-haired Caroline Trentini. The change looks gorgeous paired with photography by Fabio Bartelt and styling by Susana Barbosa. They did a great job of keeping true to city without playing into cheesy shots. View Post

Mulberry LFW Runway
One of the reasons I adore London Fashion Week is the fact that while many designers use the gorgeous ‘official venue’ of Somerset House as their venue, there are tons of fabulous shows scattered around the most fantastic spots in my favourite city. For Mulberry, their show took place in the ballroom at Claridges.

It was floral done fashionably, with dozens of giant neon roses decorating the space, alongside life-size Mulberry paper dolls that didn’t stand a chance next to the wardrobe worthy collection. Florence Welch Red hair was attached to the heads of all the models, in homage to model Julia Johansen. Creative director Emma Hill was inspired by “The Secret Garden” and claimed that “it [the design process] always starts with a film”. Most importantly (it’s Mulberry, after all) – along with variations on the Alexa, the trompe l’oeil effect Tillie and chain handled Cory family were finally introduced. View Post