Kim Kardashian’s appearance on the cover of the April issue of Vogue has caused a little controversy recently. It was only last week when Kim took to twitter to reveal her excitement over landing the front cover of the fashion bible which is always coveted with the biggest stars and models. Since it was revealed there has been high criticism of the cover with many Vogue fans taking over social media to say how they will be canceling their subscription with the magazine. Anna Wintour addressed rumors of how Kanye pressured Anna into putting Kim on the cover in her editors letter saying “As for the cover, my opinion is that it is both charming and touching, and it was, I should add, entirely our idea to do it; you may have read that Kanye begged me to put his fiancée on Vogue’s cover, He did nothing of the sort. The gossip might make better reading, but the simple fact of the matter is that it isn’t true.” I personally think that someone like Kim Kardashian should not be on the cover of such a coveted fashion magazine or any reality star for that matter as it simply degrades the value that Vogue holds. But what are you thoughts? Should Kim K be on the cover on Vogue?
The Met Ball in New York is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year. Many A-list celebrities gathered in their couture gowns and some in their well interesting ensembles. This years theme was Punk a very popular trend around the 70s which was highly influenced from British designer Vivienne Westwood. Not everyone makes the best impression at these sort of events and many were very downhill in the fashion stakes this year. Here below are my 3 worst dressed celebrities from the Met Ball. Do you agree? Who was your Worst Dressed ? Credit to bettyconfidential, omg.yahoo and Daily Mail (Rex,David Fisher ) for images.
Firstly, Kate Upton makes the list. The model failed to impress in this very frumpy looking green dress by Diane Von Furstenberg. Her hair also looks very messy as if she hasn’t even styled it. Not to mention the theme of punk in this outfit; seems rather invisible here. While she is very pretty, this dress does her no favors what so ever and this dress is too plain for the Met Ball aswell as not suited to the theme either.
Next on the list, is mom-to-be Kim Kardashian. Kim wore a floral print Givenchy dress with a slit up the side, this dress is completely unflattering considering she is pregnant. The dress is tight to the figure and for someone who is pregnant that is a big mistake. There is no words to really describe this but she does look like she is wearing old curtains, the print is too much and for her figure not suited at all. And yet again were is the punk …
And last but not least Miley Cyrus. First of all I have to credit her for actually dressing to the theme but I cannot really credit her for doing it well .. The hair speaks for itself really – over the top a bit and complete with the Marc Jacobs fish net dress it all seemed a bit more like for a fancy dress party rather than high end fashion.
First of all i have to apologize for only posting one post last month is because i forgot as i was pretty busy and got carried away with the lovely sunshine. But anyway to start August off I have an obsession post for all you. My obsession at the moment that you can see from the title is Obi Belts. If you have no idea what an obi belt is then its a belt (obviously) which has a sash design. The word ‘obi’ is Japanese which comes from the sash of a traditional Japanese dress. My obsession first started when i saw the Gucci Spring/Summer 2011 runway which featured a nice gold obi belt paired with its colour-block outfits. This look has been seen on a number of celebrities including Kim Kardashian, Kerry Washington and Camilla Belle. And I love it !! Below is 3 high street Obi belts which are all from ASOS.com they all have the same idea but as you see there is a black one, a colour block one and of course a gold one just like the Gucci one that i want so much !! Hover over the images for the prices in dollars(US) and pounds(UK). Credit to Vogue.com and ASOS.com for images and Wikipedia.