Posts Tagged ‘Kirsten Dunst’

MORGAN TAYLOR X RODARTE!

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

Courtesy of Rodarte (photographer: Autumn DeWilde)

For their Fall 2018 collection, Rodarte designers Laura and Kate Mulleavy opted out of the standard runway show, instead releasing a lookbook featuring a star-studded roster of powerhouse women.  “We are thrilled to feature women who inspire us in our fall winter 2018 portrait series” – including Ava PhillipeChloe and Halle BaileyGia CoppolaGrimesKim GordonKirsten DunstMiranda JulyRowan Blanchard, and more shot by Autumn DeWilde.

In addition to the inspiring women in front of the camera, the designers once again tapped Morgan Taylor Lacquer — having partnered with the brand to create the manicures at their Paris Couture week debut in July 2017, and their last NYFW show in September 2016.  Grimes, pictured above, is wearing a personalized manicure created by lead artist, Kimmie Kyees, in Give Me Gold and Glitter & Gold.  Madisyn Ritland, shown below, is wearing Morgan Taylor Doo Wop & Yellow Glitter.

Courtesy of Rodarte (photographer: Autumn DeWilde)

 

GLAMOUR AT THE EMMYS!

Sunday, September 18th, 2016

emmy-styleThe 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards was one of the hottest night’s in Hollywood and its stars were dressed to thrill!  Notable looks were seen (from left to right) on Jill Kargman (Valentino), Priyanka Chopra (Jason Wu), Kirsten Dunst, Sarah Paulson (Prada), and Michelle Dockery (Oscar de la Renta).  But those were not the only wowsers!  Check out Kerry Washington (in Brandon Maxwell) and Emily Ratajkowski (in Zac Posen), whose glam squads share how to attain their glamorous Emmy styles!

DON’T CALL THE LADY A “DIVA”!

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
 Diva
     The Hollywood Reporter released its Actress Roundtable, featuring (clockwise from left) Sarah Paulson, Jennifer Lopez, Julianna Margulies, Regina Taylor, Constance Zimmer, Kerry Washington, and Kirsten Dunst.  With the caption, “Who You Calling A Diva?” the ladies address the roles they will (and won’t) strip down for, the scenes that required them to call their lawyers, and the need to love their characters, even if their audience does not.
     Notable quotes include Lopez’s, “I’ve always been fascinated by how much more well-behaved we have to be than men.”  Adding, ” got a moniker of being “the diva,” which I never felt I deserved — which I don’t deserve — because I’ve always been a hard worker, on time, doing what I’m supposed to do, and getting that label because you reach a certain amount of success …”
     Margulies’ thoughts on nudity have changed over the years, “there’s something great about seeing a woman in her 40s having sex with someone and not being inhibited.”  However, “I think gratuitous sex is what we’re all talking about. That’s not something that’s interesting for any of us to play.”  Dunst’s response was in good fun, “I’m pretty much down for anything if the director is good. (Laughs.)”
     Regarding women in power, Margulies assesses that the greatest power goes to those who develop the material.  “That’s the power, isn’t it? Creating your own stuff. More and more women of every shape, size, color and age need to just start creating their own [stuff] — to make a door for ourselves to walk through.”