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Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Coachella Style!

Coachella festival is really the only place to be in the US at summer... Kicking off festival season for the rest of us (usually still stuck in office jobs and kagools) this sets the standard for summer style!



Dita Von Teese looking a little batty but effortlessly chic in Dolce & Gabanna print. The wide sleeves and wrap around style have a hint of the orient that we have seen on the catwalk so much recently. The kooky sailor girl hat reminds us how we love her and her vintage style. Vintage burlesque will still be a hit this summer so look out for bold prints, polka dots, lowered hemlines and vintage bargains!
Verdict : Gorgeous!


Kate Bosworth and Ke$ha spotted wearing matching outfits – obviously very trendy the ol’ stars and stripes this summer. While Kate keeps it girly and cute, Ke$ha opts for a dirtier look... grimey, torn and slightly slutty. Due to the royal wedding we can sport our flag more than ever before in the UK and while the nautical colours are still in we will be going all out patriotic this summer.
Verdict : 
Bosworth : Gorgeous!
Ke$ha : Leg OR tits love...



Kanye West wore an Aztec print Celine shirt on stage to perform – with as much bling as possible. It wouldn’t be summer without a sweaty mass of warm metal around your neck would it?
Verdict : Totally average.


The Mulberry BBQ is a star studded event kicking off the festival where Alexa Chung, Nicole Richie and Kelly Osborne were spotted. Alexa's embellished tea dress looked vintage and chic while her blue pop nail varnish brought the look forward to the current colour pop trends. Nicole Richie went for denim cut offs (summer must have!) with a bold animal-geometric print, her messy bed head look (that probably took hours) is perfect for a season of partying, windy beaches and sleeping in tents! Kelly Osborne opted for a demure vintage style polka dress with a lovely full skirt, great for sitting on rugs comfortably and a wide brimmed hat keeping her pale skin from burning. The pink lipstick just another example of colour popping this summer.
Verdict :
Chung: Gorgeous
Richie : Stunning
Osborne : Love it!


Diane Kruger kept the maxi trend chic yet casual, teaming it with an understated tank top. Great to hide 5 day festival stubbly legs, sunburn and bruises from crowd surfing!
Verdict : Stunning


Rihanna looked old school cool in camo and cut offs - staying ‘edgy’ with a gun pendant necklace. This look screams ghetto chic – you will doubtless be seeing camo and cut offs on most fiery red heads this summer!
Verdict : Great for warfare and the jungle - totally average for festivals


Taryn Cox’s gorgeous denim mini was shrouded in ‘not taking any risks’ attire. Sunglasses, sunhat... Sunbrella? Going back to the Victorian lace umbrellas to reserve porcelain skin a sunbrella could be a perfect choice this season... but you have to hold this one with conviction or you will just look ridiculous.
Verdict : Gorgeous... but the Sunbrella is insane.



Katy Perry and Vanessa Hudgens both had.... questionable outfits on this season. With Hudgens wearing a hideous ensemble of grandma crochet and highwasted shorts. The trendy look is inthe right direction but the shorts making her hips look so wide and the granny halter making her boobs look so low... wasn’t a great mix. Sorry – take a trip back to style school!
Katy Perry reknowned for her crazy wardrobe must have raided the wrong tent looking for hour outfit de jour wearing a shroud like lace tiered maxi that sadly covered up her gorgeous figure. The hair and old school glasses how ever were bang on and this demure change is allowed as she is generally a style queen...

Verdict : 
Perry : Totally average
Hudgens : Gross

Festival must haves:

Denim cuts offs
 Short Shorts - Asos Reclaimed - £25

Playsuit – denim or floral
Denim Playsuit - Internacionale £21.99

Polka dress




Tiered Polka Dress - Very.co.uk - £30


Fringed Waist Coat
 Waistcoat - Monsoon - £60

Maxi dress or skirt
Simple Maxi Skirt - French Connection - £67
 Maxi Shirt Dress - Matalan - £20

Crochet anything
Lipsy Crochet Crop Top - £See web
Less revealing crochet - Marks and Spencer - £39.50

Sunhat
Floppy Hat - Primark - £5 
(The dress is also pretty gorgeous)

Huge Sunnies
 Ray-Ban Clubmaster - Classic and cool - Circa £80


House of Harlow 1960 glasses - Circa £90

And if that wont get you though the festival season... Nothing will!

Much Love

Monday, 18 April 2011

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Win stuff!!

Enter The Void Competition
Competition overview:
(if you cant be bothered to read this but want a chance of winning just skip to the bottom)  
A Film By Gaspar Noé

Enter The Void

‘Sex, drugs and the afterlife’



What can you win?
Winner will get a limited edition film poster SIGNED BY Gaspar Noé
How can you win? 
Seeing as this film is wildly trippy you can win this poster by sending me the trippiest, most original thing you can find or create. 
I want to see: weird ass stroies, horrendous photomanipulation, mental drawings, strange creatures from the depth, insane prints, crazy fashion - anything you fancy.

Send to :
Jemima.daisy@hotmail.co.uk with subject title "Enter The Void"
Or facebook me or leave a comment here.

When can you enter?
Please enter by 9pm - 24th April 2011 

T&C blah blah.
None really - but if your entries rubbish you aren't going to win.
Any questions?
Drop me an email : Jemima.daisy@hotmail.co.uk
Info: 
ENTER THE VOID is the highly anticipated new film from Gaspar Noé (I STAND ALONE,  IRREVERSIBLE), the former enfant terrible of extreme French Cinema.
A filmmaker of a singular passion and cinematic vision that continues to challenge us, Noé is one of the most exciting directors working today. The provocative director’s latest work includes many of the director’s cinematic trademarks of intricate camera shots, pulsating lighting, uber-violence, unique original musical scoring and graphic sexual content, all played out against the sweaty neon-soaked backdrop of Tokyo’s nightscape of strip bars, clubs, and seedy hangouts, all lit up like a pinball machine.
Oscar (Nathaniel Brown) and his sister Linda (Paz de la Huerta) are recent arrivals in Tokyo. Oscar’s a small-time drug dealer, and Linda works as a nightclub stripper. One night, Oscar is caught up in a police bust and shot. As he lies dying, his spirit, faithful to the promise he made his sister as a child - that he would never leave her - refuses to abandon the world of the living. His spirit hovers over the city, wandering the streets and passing through the boundaries of various rundown apartments, dingy nightclubs and decrepit hotel rooms inhabited by characters linked to Oscar and Linda’s clandestine existence. His visions grow evermore nightmarish and distorted as details from the siblings’ past, present and future emerge to tell an atmospheric story of loss, hallucination, sexuality, extraction and excess.
ENTER THE VOID is the ultimate head-trip, a distinctive and highly original film that fully immerses the audience into the sensory world and experiences of its characters, straight into the void between life and death.
Original soundtrack contributions were supplied by Thomas Bangalter (one half of Daft Punk, who also contributed to Irreversible) and music from artists as varied as LFO, Bach, Coil, and many more perforate the film’s dynamic and original narrative. The 2 disc DVD will include both the ‘short’ and the rare ‘long’ version of the film, the latter of which includes 17 minutes of extra footage.
Film accolades include Cannes Film Festival (In Competition), Sitges (Best Cinematography and Special Prize Of The Jury) and Toronto (Vanguard Program).
Lauded as a work of Pure Cinema, ENTER THE VOID is Noé’s most mature and fully realised work to date, by one of the most divisive and boundary pushing directors of our generation.

UK DVD Release Date:  25th April 2011. Cert: 18 Running Time 135 mins
Starring: Paz de la Huerta, Nathaniel Brown, Cyril Roy, Olly Alexander

"Brilliant"  The Daily Telegraph
"A cinematic landmark" - Daily Mirror
"Mind-blowingly cool ***** The Times
"A kaleidoscopic head-fuck of extreme cinema" Empire
"One of the most astonishing films ever made" Billy Chainsaw, Bizarre
“Visually Stunning… Like Kubrick’s 2001… Utterly compelling ***** ”  The Guardian
“Sex, drugs, heart and soul. A hypnotic headf**k of a movie” Total Film
“Utterly Seductive ****” Metro
Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino ranked it as his 10th best film of 2010 and said that the opening credits where some of the best he'd seen in cinema history!
 
What can you win?
Winner will get a limited edition film poster SIGNED BY Gaspar Noé
How can you win? 
Seeing as this film is wildly trippy you can win this poster by sending me the trippiest, most original thing you can find or create. 
Mental drawings, strange creatures from the depth, insane prints, crazy fashion - anything you fancy. 

Send to :
Jemima.daisy@hotmail.co.uk with subject title "Enter The Void"
Or facebook me or leave a comment here.

When can you enter?
Please enter by 9pm - 24th April 2011 

T&C blah blah.
None really - but if your entries rubbish you aren't going to win.
Any questions?
Drop me an email : Jemima.daisy@hotmail.co.uk