sexta-feira, novembro 06, 2009


After see A Streetcar Named Desire we understand why Cate Blanchett decided to play this awesome character: Blanche Dubois
She is a well-dressed woman always concerned about her appearance!
In the play, her upper-class mentality is the main issue for this social drama. Her sister Stella has married someone of lower status, Stanley Kowalski - brutish but still handsome.

Even if the end is predictable, it was this story which gave to Tennessee Williams notoriety when he won his first Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1947.

segunda-feira, novembro 02, 2009


After weeks and weeks completly busy, finally I could watch Valentino - The Last Emperor.

Valentino's life style is sumptuous! It's amazing to see how they work in the backstages. Pristine hand-made dresses are simply masterpieces.

He goes from Rome to Paris to Venice with his partner Giancarlo Giacometti and 5 spoiled pets!
It seems they were trained to performing poses for nice shots at any time!

If you love fashion, you have to put in your list MUST TO SEE movie!

segunda-feira, outubro 26, 2009


Don't you know what to do in October 31st?


If you don't have a Halloween party to go, I'd reccomend watching classical horror movies:

  • DRACULA - Bela Lugosi turns in a landmark horror performance in this 1931 adaptation of Bram Stoker's classic vampire novel. Revisit Transylvania for the eerie mood created by spectacular cinematography and Lugosi's oft-copied take on the infamous Dracula. Dwight Frye as Renfield also helps define the grotesque and sniveling sidekick role.

  • NOSFERATU - 1921. Many horror freaks call F.W. Murnau's silent German classic the scariest Dracula adaptation ever. The bone-chilling tale kicks off when a sailor on a ghost ship opens a coffin, thereby releasing a vampire named Count Orlok who sets off on a rampage of terror aimed at a real estate agent and his comely wife. The creepy caped one is played by Max Schreck, sporting grotesque makeup that transforms him into a symbol of pestilence and decay.

I found this old post I did in 2007, about Face Hunter's pictures to inspire people to get their costum!

The nice thing is this kind of information is ALWAYS usefull ;D

...In addition I also found this pic from last year when we were in London! Click here for more!

sexta-feira, setembro 18, 2009


...that makes people very nervous!" Anna Wintour

Alexandre Herchcovitch Fashion Show, NYC

terça-feira, setembro 08, 2009


As usual, Vogue Italia is one of the best!
I really loved the multiple covers from September issue...
Italians know how to have style even wearing rags, definitely!
To see the photostory about Les Miserables by Steven Meisel
click here


If you want have fun and know a little more about Woodstock, you must to see this Ang Lee's movie!

sexta-feira, setembro 04, 2009


Once Janis was wearing a off-white dress flouncing a hideous ruffle around a neckline gashed to the navel.

First picture from Elle - 09/2009

She said "I'll never have any taste."

First picture from Vogue 08/2009

A friend said "Honey, you've got style that's ever so much better!"

quarta-feira, agosto 26, 2009


OK. Here are some Raquel Zimmermann's pics from Vogue August....
The amazing thing about it is her talent to be chameleon....
Sometimes she's so classic....

Another time she looks like a boy....
We simply loved this Michael Kor's A-line skirt ;D

By the way, I received from her the trailer link of The September Issue - Worth checking it out!!

quarta-feira, agosto 12, 2009



My friend Alinaaa Jolie told me about these photos one week ago, but just now I could see them!

It's a wonderful work done by Steven Meisel with Linda Evangelista to Vogue Italy.

Enjoy it!! For more click here.

segunda-feira, agosto 10, 2009

THE B-52's

The Love Shack is a little old place
where we can get together
Love Shack baby, Love Shack bay-bee.
Love baby, that's where it's at,
Ooo love baby, that's where it's at

Impressive Dance!!
The B-52's show, last saturday here in Wolf Trap - VA, was entirely translated to deaf people.

However it looks like dancing !

sexta-feira, agosto 07, 2009


Walking along Atlantic Avenue, in Virginia Beach we were attracted by a guitar solo!!
What a surprise when we saw a small crowd amazed by a 14 year-old boy that was singing and playing as an experienced rockstar!

Do you want to know more about this talented boy?
Click: Grant Austin Taylor

quarta-feira, julho 22, 2009


In this moment, actually, I'm in a french vibe...
I've been reading and watching everything about Karl Lagerfeld and his well known multiple talents: photography, haute-couture, filmaker, dj, etc...

A couple of weeks ago, I was in Metro watching a podcast and I saw a brazilian journalist friend of mine, Augusto Mariotti, behind Karl!! Look at him in the blue arrow!
He told me he spent about 2 hours to talk with him, and the "kaiser" was a gentleman
;^* - oui, monsieur!

I'm dying to see the Coco Chanel movie! Thanks God is coming soon ;D

In the mean time, I watched:

A Jean-Luc Godard vintage movie, the first one actually, launched in 1960...where Jean Paul Belmondo played an incredible bad guy.

Very good movie! An "animee" for adults - I'm still watching 'cause I love to do this...have the choice to watch whenever I want ....


The best TV program ever !! OK. It was in British TV, but was present by Jean Paul Gaultier and Antoine de Caunes both french & also hilariousss ;D

I used to watch in Eurochannel in Brazil in 90's, and I was really happy ;'D to find yesterday some episodes in You Tube.

Naomi, as usual in vogue, was using this AMAZING head jewelery, and a lovely tribal-colourful long dress. A kind of piece to have forever ;'v And look, it was about 15 years ago!

Warning: You can find some inappropriate content in the follow video, so please the name says is euro & trash... :P