A few years ago I lost interest in camel and slowly weeded it out of my wardrobe. Boy, am I regretting it now. Camel is the new black this upcoming fall/winter and I’m dying to bring it back into my closet. The styling in this Vogue Nippon editorial is precisely how I’d like to be sporting my new camel pieces in a few months.
Glamour comes in all different forms – from minis to tuxedos to gowns, these are the looks I adored the most from this year’s Costume Institute gala.
Liu Wen and Constance Jablonski and their legs that go on forever both looked stunning in their minis. Alexa Chung, as always, marched to the beat of her own drum, and I absolutely loved the combination of the crimson lipstick and 3.1 Phillip Lim tuxedo. Ever since Carey Mulligan came on the scene, she’s been making unexpected picks that have been bang on, and her lace Miu Miu was a standout among a sea of floor length gowns. Plus I’m a sucker for dresses with pockets. I’m not usually a fan of Nicole Richie’s style, but she was a knockout in a metallic Marc Jacobs dress that made her petite frame look long and lean. Naomi Watts’ berry Stella McCartney gown was to die for; the shoulder ruffles made my heart pitter patter. Finally, Emma Watson kept it young and fresh in a sexy white Burberry number…what I would give to have the relationship she does with Christopher Bailey!
Models.com reports that, according to calculations by the Fashion Spot‘s community, Constance Jablonski walked 72 runways during the Spring 2010 shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris, making her the busiest model of the season. The following models round out the top 10, with several ties:
1. Constance Jablonski 72 Shows
2. Liu Wen 70 Shows
3. Kasia Struss 61 Shows
4. Frida Gustavsson 60 Shows
6. Charlotte Di Calypso 57 Shows
8. Alla Kostromichova 55 Shows
9. Angelika Kocheba 52 Shows
I expected Karlie Kloss to be higher up on the list, since it seemed she was fiercely stomping all over all of the runways, but really 56 shows is nothing to scoff at.
Congrats to Constance…hopefully she’s getting some well-deserved rest.
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