Reality star Kim Kardashian and model Alessandra Ambrosio have one thing in common. It may seems impossible and yet they both wore the same Balmain dress.
Yes, the pattern and colors are different. Kim wore it first at the 2014 MTV VMAs last August, optin for the runway model of the dress while Alessandra wore the black&white version of it yesterday, on the red carpet of the 2014 Latin Grammy Awards!
Which one you prefer? Kim's or Alessandra's choice of color?
win this Nordic Collection from O.P.I. MINIs thanks to blogger Sarah R.A. She loved so much this collection she put on a nail polish giveaway where you can win 2 of these O.P.I nail polishes! Isn't she generous??
Open WW - ends Monday 1st December 2014
Personally, I'm not a fan of fur in general (whether it's real or not), but this two British girls sure know how to work Shrimps faux fur coat from the London brand’s Fall 2014 collection!
Singer Lily Allen wore it for leaving Sushisamba restaurant in London after she performed for it's second anniversary party. Fashion blogger Ella Catliff was acutally the first of the two I've seen wearing it while she was in Geneva, Switzerland, last October.
Actress Mia Wasikowska wore this Valentino A/W 2014 dress for 'Maps To The Stars' photocall during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival last May while socialite Olivia Palermo wore the same dress during her photoshoot for the October issues of VOGUE Russia.
Basically they wore it the same way, except for Olivia's furry scarf (mandatory since it was for a Russian magazine). The only difference were the shoes: Mia's are also from Valentino while Olivia's are from her collaboration with Aquazzura.
Today is the Berlin Wall's Fall 25th anniversary and I thought to celebrate this historical event sharing a list of movies & books that show how was life during that period.
**History moment!!** A brief summary of the facts:
August/September 1945: World War II official end and during the Jalta and Potsdam's confercens U.S.A, UK, France and ex URSS split the German territories. 1949: The estern part of Germany was controlled by URSS and named German Democratic Republic (GDR). The western part controlled by France, the United Kingdom, and the United States, were merged to form the Federal Republic of Germany . 1955: West Germany joined the NATO 1960: Berlin Wall is built to prevent escaping from Est to West Germany. 1962: Nearly started World War III with Cuban missile crisis 1979: URSS invade Afghanistan and the year after U.S.A claim an embargo and boycott Moscow's Olympic Games. Soviets will return the "favor" boycotting Los Angeles' Olympic Games in 1984. 1987: INF Treaty (Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty) is sealed between US President Ronald Reagan e and Soviet's General Secretary Michail Gorbačëv and ended the setting of missiles in Europe. 1989: Berlin Wall's Fall 1991: Reunification of the two Germanies
I've only heard about most of these movies & book, so I can't give advices on which one watch first BUT they've been all highly recommended by friends and family.
Wings of Desire (1987) the Iron Giant (1999)
Goodbye Lenin! (2003) The Lives of Others (2006)
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011)
Edge of Eternity by Ken Follett Inside the Labirynth by Boris Pahor
The Spy Game by Georgina Harding Agent 6 by Tom Rob Smith
Two Night Stand (2014) by Max Nichols. With Miles Teller, Analeigh Tipton, Jessica Szohr and Scott Mescudi.
Do you remember early this year that amazing snow storm that hit the U.S, causing many inconveniences like closed streets and flights canceled, not mentioning other tragedies? Well...have you ever thought how would have been like if you ended up stuck with a complete stranger, after the only time you do something "rebellious"? I love how Miles Teller is working hard trying to make us forget his as***** character Peter (in the Divergent saga) by taking parts in commedies like this and in "That Akward Moment". You nearly made it, Miles!