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Everyone’s talking about the HBO miniseries “Mildred Pierce,” based on the 1941 novel by James Cain, which ended its five-part run last night. Things really revved up when Evan Rachel Wood entered the scene, playing Mildred’s grown-up and ungrateful daughter Veda. We’re really feeling her ’30s-inspired feminine suits and tailored looks. After the jump, four dresses that conjure Art Deco, F. Scott Fitzgerald and the age of swing. (Merkin not included, FYI.) Keep reading »
Olivia started the fashion blog Nature Graffiti more than three years ago, as a way to bring together street street style, personal outfit photos, style inspiration and industry news. Flitting between Boston, New York and San Francisco, Olivia covers the latest and greatest in her world. After the jump, what she’s into right now! Keep reading »
Let me start this post off by saying that I think Reese Witherspoon is gorgeous, I am really into the retro-inspired look of this Vogue shoot and am psyched to see her movie — which inspired the look — “Water For Elephants.” It looks romantic and I am a cheeseball. However, I am very thrown off by her lips in this cover image. The way they’re strangely upturned at the corners, it’s like she’s trying to hold back a smile. Like she has a secret. A naughty, shameful secret. Like maybe she just farted in her very expensive couture gown and she’s hoping Anna Wintour doesn’t smell it and open a can of ice cold whip ass on her. Yep, that’s gotta be it. It’s all over her face. [Vogue's Tumblr] Keep reading »
When I got glasses in middle school, I instantly hated them. I did everything to avoid wearing them, even if it meant looking stupid in class because I couldn’t actually read the question my teacher had scrawled on the white board and then called on me to answer. As soon as I got contacts, I made a vow never to be seen in public with my glasses again. And I lived happily ever after, with a dash of saline solution, as a result. But a few years ago, a funny thing started happening—glasses got really cool, at least here in New York. And the quirkier and more retro a pair, the better. The trend jumped to Hollywood courtesy of Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z. And now it seems like the ladies have picked it up. Here, women who’ve made me giddy by rocking a pair of spectacles. Starting with Anne Hathaway, who at least night’s premiere of “Rio” looked gorgeous in purple dress, mussed up ponytail, and a pair of major ’80s glasses. I think she really needs them, as she’s been spotted wearing a pair a few times over the years.
After the jump, more famous ladies in glasses. Notice how they seem to favor big, bold black pairs.