Emma Stone is one of the most requested actresses of the recent years: she collected collaborations with almost all of my favorite directors and actors, like Woody Allen in "Magic in the Moonlight" and Ryan Gosling in both "Crazy, Stupid, Love" & "Gangster Squad". But my favorite interpretation of her remains "The Help".... Back to the focus of this post, Emma also become a fashion icon, both on the red carpet and "street style". Here I wanted to copy one of her recent look, the one she wore while leaving Venice after Venice Film Festival this past September.
For this #WWIB we have world's most famous heiress Paris Hilton and Italian fashion blogger Chiara Ferragni wearing the same Jeremy Scott for Moschino S/S 2015 outifit BUT for two very different occasions: Paris wore it for a walk with one of her many little furry friends in New York while Chiara wore this look as part of her photoshoot for "Grazia" magazine.
I wasn't sure whether I had to put this photo on a new "Switched at Birth" post or in a #WWIB's one....maybe, I'll do both!
Actress Lucy Hale wore this stunning Christian Dior red with deep neckline dress last August on 2014 Teen Choice Awards' red carpet. Same as actress Selena Gomez did, but last week while attending the "Rudderless" premiere.
- UK's Queen Elisabeth II, by being the Supreme Governor of the Church of England, can meet the Pope wearing bright colors, meanwhile Catholic's queenslike Letizia of Spain andMathilde of Belgium can wear white dresses instead of the traditional black dress with veil.
The Riot Club (2014) by Lone Scherfig. With Sam Claflin, Max Irons, Douglas Booth, Holliday Grainger and Sam Reid A couple of weeks ago I went to see "The Riot Club", where you can admire not only Max Irons but also loved actors like Sam Caflin (we'll see him soon on screen thank to his new movies Love, Rosie and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay), Jessica Brown Findlay (late and missed Lady Sybil Crawleyin Downton Abbey) and Natalie Dormer (Margaery Tyrell in Game of Thrones) I leave my comments on the movie to the end as always BUT there's one thing I really have to say: why on Earth italian translators feel the need to change movie titles EVERY.SINGLE.TIME with new ones that frankly arent appealing AT ALL? This movie's title has been changed with "Posh" here in Italy...ok, those guys are posh, but the original title was more meaningful! Anyway, here's the synopsis (SPOILER ALERT):