Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz and Mila Kunis, the leading ladies of Oz the Great and Powerful, combine for a lovely cover for InStyle Magazine‘s March 2013 issue. Inside, they don colourful spring looks from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana and Lanvin.
Now not only can’t we wait for spring – and spring fashions! – but we’re also rather excited to see three of our favourite actresses in the upcoming film, which hits theatres in March.
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It seems that every time Clémence Poésy is featured in a magazine spread, I just have to post about it. I can’t help it though, because (a) T and I both have girl crushes on the French actress and (b) she never looks anything less than stunning. Proof: Clémence’s editorial in InStyle UK‘s July 2012 issue.
The combination of Clémence and some downright perfect styling by Amanda Bellan is just too much for me to resist. That Erdem floral blouse alone is enough to make me swoon. It’s already sold out at mytheresa.com, where it’s credited to, so I’ll need to call The Room about snagging one, stat.
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Just when I think I might be over my style crush on Diane Kruger, she goes ahead and poses in the most glorious Valentino, Chanel and Christopher Kane looks for Fall for InStyle UK, and I’m head over heels again.
Did I mention the Chanel? Divine.
Images via TFS
InStyle recently took it upon themselves to name the top 100 dresses of the decade.They were bang on with some of their picks, including Kate Hudson in Versace in 2003 (which took the #1 spot), Joy Bryant in Donna Karan in 2005 (#11 on the list) and Cate Blanchett in Armani Prive in 2007.
However, there were some noticeable omissions in InStyle‘s list that we’re luckily reminded of by The Huffington Post, including Sofia Coppola’s short Chloé number at the Cannes Film Festival in 2004.
It’s understandable how it might’ve gotten lost among a decade’s worth of long, dramatic gowns, but the dress’ feminine yet demure design coupled with Sofia Coppola’s down-to-earth style gives this ensemble an unexpected memorability and appeal.
While I can forgive missing Sofia Coppola in Chloé, InStyle‘s omission of Michelle Williams’ unforgettable canary yellow Vera Wang gown at the 2006 Oscars is glaring and downright confusing. A travesty, if I may be a bit dramatic.
Not only was the dress itself exquisite, but it was also perfectly styled from head to toe. The hair, the makeup, the jewelry and the gown made for one very stunning Ms. Williams. In fact, if it were up to me, I’d say move over Kate, the top spot goes to Michelle.