Discussion in 'Star Style' started by moussemaker, Oct 20, 2004.
At the launch of Shane's new business venture, Club 23, in Melbourne, Australia (dailymail.co.uk):
I´m sick to see her always in this HL dresses.
^^^^Yup, same dress, same hair, same makeup. Permanent dejavu:shock:
At the Operation Smile Ball in Fulham, London (dailymail.co.uk):
Sick of the HL dresses but not to see her in Glamour gowns.
Some pics from my files...^_^
All my scans
Leaving her London townhouse; and at C restaurant (dailymail.co.uk):
Liz was a punk??????
Her fiance's new face really creeps me out.
Oh and that Estee Lauder advert is to die for.
InStyle fashion director Hal Rubenstein counts down his favorites in a new book called "100 Unforgettable Dresses."
"Dresses are important for different reasons, but how they are unified is that they are not all simply about fashion. They hit us emotionally, psychologically or affect how we perceive beauty," he says.
A great dress also can jump-start a career, he says, and that's not just limited to fashion.
Elizabeth Hurley in Gianni Versace's safety-pin gown in 1994 for the premiere of "Four Weddings and a Funeral" is the first dress featured in the book — which is "not quite" random order, Rubenstein says.
"The Versace safety-pin dress is the greatest example of the power of clothing. It made a woman famous overnight. Elizabeth Hurley was a pretty girl on Hugh Grant's arm who no one knew. The next day it was, 'Who's that girl?'"
A look at the body language of "Wurley" (dailymail.co.uk):
TuStyle Italy November 22, 2011 ebook30
Er, cannot get over this man-wo she is seeing.
Makes perfect sense she was a punk; now I totally get the Versace safety pin dress - but of course!
this guy is just not good enough... is there an id for her boots in #829 (orange coat)!?
A cover story for the January 2012 issue of UK Zest (dailymail.co.uk):
Attending a private view of photographer Anthony Souza's snapshots from Madonna's film W.E. at The Little Black Gallery in Fulham, West London; with ex-husband Arun Nayar; and Tamara Beckwith (dailymail.co.uk):
The whole family at Brisbane airport (dailymail.co.uk):
At Movie World on Australia's Gold Coast (same source):