“I want to get away with you…and…find a world where words like that don’t exist.”
Harper’s Bazaar has decided to celebrate Martin Scorsese‘s latest film, Hugo, with a fashionable recast of some of his best movies and the most poignant scenes in them. The casting is impeccable, and the photography – courtesy of Jason Schmidt – is faultless.
First off? Kate Bosworth (in pearl-clutching Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci!) in “The Age of Innocence“.
It’s a day of extra special photoshoots! Actress and Princeton-accepted beauty Kate Bosworth has posed her blonde off (okay, it’s dip dye) in this editorial for StyleCaster. As the face of JewelMint (a jewellery line which she designs with stylist Cher Coulter) and a red-carpet trendsetter, she is certainly deserving of her place in the Fashion Pack.
The shoot was lensed by David Mushegain and styled by Cher Coulter (no surprise!), while her hair (Luke Chamberlain) and make-up (Kate Lee) were taken care of by two of the best Starworks Artists around.
I’m going to be needing that sequinned Dolce & Gabbana blazer. View Post
Upon first glance, I thought Jennifer Aniston was having a very peculiar day out. Then, I came to realise the above photo was actually of Nicole Kidman. Turns out throwing on some blonde dye, 30 pounds of make-up, and an updated version of “The Rachel” can be quite confusing for a Kidman fan. Though the make-over has been constructed while she’s filming “The Paperboy”, this might be my favourite hair hue of hers. I hope she keeps it, but loses the hairspray/flat iron.
And then there was Kate. Kate Bosworth to be exact. Last night, she attended a Coldplay concert (strange – as she was rumoured to be Gwyneth Paltrow‘s “other woman” a while back) wearing a gorgeous Misssoni blouse, and debuting a new dip-dyed teal hairstyle. The Tumblr babies are going to love this one.