I love Alison Jackson's work! It's charming and funny, but also a very interesting look at the concept of media, voyeurism and "celebrity."
From the front of the fifth page of the Gap Adventures catalog:
"On a tour of my homeland in the jungle, I was sitting with one of my passengers observing nature, when she said something that changed my life forever. 'Some people just exist rather than live.' My work with Gap Adventures reminds me that I live each and every day." -Angel, tour leader.
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Why she is one of my favourite actresses out there, right now.
Sandra Bullock's Razzie acceptance speech:
And her Oscars acceptance speech:
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Congratulations, Jeff Bridges! Finally!
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Also, thanks to Just Jared for all of the photos! They are the fastest and best I've found of all the sources out there.
Posted by Unknown at 11:22 PM
I absolutely adored the speech for best costume design. I will post it later.
Posted by Unknown at 11:13 PM
Once again, I am being surprised by all sorts of people. Demi Moore looks great in this peach dress. It is so soft, feminine and pretty, and it makes her look fresh and youthful.
Nude tones and ultra-femininity are definite trends right now, and the Oscars are showing that more than ever. Check out my article on nude tones here. I think they are so spectacular!
Posted by Unknown at 10:51 PM
I'm certainly not surprised the Monique won, and she deserved it. I loved her overly emotional speech and the camera flashing to various shots of famous black people.
Also, I absolutely loved An Education, although I don't think it will win. I would like it to, though! Unfortunately, my bets are on Precious. I won't go into my grudge right now though, as I said before.
Posted by Unknown at 10:02 PM
As ever, Sarah Jessica Parker is daring and courageous in her outfit choice. However, I'm not a huge fan. The colour is nice, though, and it could have been worse. Very Barbara Streisand.
Posted by Unknown at 9:36 PM
I give Kristen Stewart this one, she looks good! Good for her. I actually felt bad for her watching her pose on the red carpet - she looked scared and uncomfortable. However, this dress is very nice, although not exciting. The draping looks almost like water, which is lovely. And her makeup is good too! I don't know what's going on with her hair, but at this point I'm so proud of her I don't even care.
Posted by Unknown at 8:41 PM
So, I love the idea of this dress. The volume on the bottom of the dress is a great idea, and I love the transitioning from the pale pink through the lilac to navy and then black. However, it desperately needs to be a different material. Something that does not appear to be made from multicoloured stuffed animals.
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