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Trends: boots

14 Nov

In this post, there are a lot of trendy of boots and a lil video 🙂

I love to start with the most glamorous pair:

Kylie in her amazing Louboutins!

Let’s see the rest 🙂

Poll:

There’s a fashion film festival going on in the city this weekend, I’ve attended the screening, presentations and discussions yesterday. After I finish this post, I’m off to the party and award ceremony!

Here’s a little video by yours truly. Not perfect, but it’s my first try 🙂

Best of January 2010

7 Feb

The “Best of…” is back again, I hope you’re ready to see 33 pictures which represent moments of beauty and fun!

Alessandra Ambrosio

Ana Beatriz Barros

Annemarie Warnkross

Ashley Greene

Barbara Meier

Bettina Zimmermann (and Bettina Cramer)

Beyonce and JLo

Camilla Belle

Christina Aguilera

Davorka Tovilo, Germany's very own Paris Hilton

Emily Blunt

Heidi Klum and Heidi Klum

January Jones

Jessica Lowndes

Jessica Szohr and Ed Westwick

Julianne Moore

Kat von D

Kate Hudson

Lady Gaga

Lauren Bosworth and Lauren Conrad

Liliana Matthäus

Maria Menounos

Maria Sharapova

Michelle Hunziker

Nena (right, "99 Luftballons/99 Red Balloons")

Olga Kurylenko (and many others)

Olivia Wilde

Rachel McAdams

Sasha Cohen

Sonya Kraus

Stacy Keibler

Sugababes

The Saturdays (note: can you spot any ladies in the audience? Lol!)

Credit to the photographers. You can download all the pictures in high quality in one, compressed file from Rapidshare or from Mediafire.

I hope you like the selection.

Now it’s time for me to get ready for the Super Bowl 🙂

Zee Germans

13 Aug

After a couple of days of absence [there’s so much work and travelling to do these days :S ] I’m back again to make a mega-post again, with a subject that will surprise many of you.

Mainly, because I bet you don’t know the people you’ll see in a few moments 🙂 Since I live in Europe, the German influence is massive in many parts of our everyday life. However, in the case of the shoes, shoe design, it’s a bit different.

It looks like the most famous ladies in the country that gave us Karl Lagerfeld, Jil Sander, Hugo Boss and Escada wouldn’t care that much about high-fashion, especially not about shoes, unlike their colleagues do in France, Britain or even in Italy. Of course, you can see some well-known pair every now and then, but I wonder what the reason behind this phenomenon is.

credit for the drawing to http://storms.typepad.com/booklust/

Now I’m going to show you a lot of German – even if some names don’t sound sooo German – ladies: TV hosts, singers, actresses, models, athletes, society chicks (aka useless people), bands.

I’m really interested in your opinions! How do you like what you see? Did you know any of them?

To see the examples yourself, click on the link below.

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