Friday, August 13, 2010

Bringing Pretty Back.....


Christina Hendricks
The Mad Men star thinks her retro bombshell with brains,
Joan Holloway, is justified in doing anything to get what she wants
—and we love her all the more for it


Even if you’ve never caught an episode of Mad Men—
AMC’s ring-a-ding retro spectacle of 1960s ad men and the women they ogle
—you’ve likely savored an eyeful of Christina Hendricks.
You can’t miss her: the fired-copper hair, the vanilla-malt skin,
the just-under five feet eight inches of concentrated va, va and voom.
As iconic as a ’64 Mustang, Hendricks’ distinctive lines and decided moxie
have made her a viewer favorite, as well as this year’s preferred cover girl.
The buzz hit fever pitch in May, with Esquire magazine crowning
the 35-year-old bombshell Sexiest Woman Alive.



Laura Kranitz vintage ostrich-plume pom-pom cap:
 made to order, 323-384-2640, laurakranitz.com.
Alexis Bittar Swarovski-crystal-encrusted collar:
price upon request, alexisbittar.com

 

Philip Treacy small green beano in felt with feathers: $1,437
  Harry Winston turquoise and diamond chandelier earrings, 45 carats: price upon request, 
 David Mandel for House of Lavande necklace: $850;
House of Lavande 1940s marcasite and purple stone ring: $468 






Philip Treacy blue skull slice hat in felt with flower and feather: $1,478
 

Irene Bussemaker feather face piece: price upon request, 
 Harry Winston diamond lariat necklace, 39.5 carats: price upon request;
Harry Winston sapphire and diamond ring, 13.5 carats: price upon request;
Harry Winston peridot “Suspension by Harry Winston,” 6.27 carats: price upon request, 


Earlier this year, you told Glamour: “It is difficult come awards season, and I need to find a gown to walk down the red carpet in, and there are only size zeros and size twos available. Then it becomes downright annoying because all these designers are saying, ‘We love Mad Men, we love Christina, but we won’t make her a dress.’” Have those designers come to their senses yet?


Yes, it’s been really nice. The show has gotten more successful, and people started realizing we were winning [awards]. They’ve been incredibly generous, making really beautiful things. I guess it’s a good thing that story got printed. Someone got the message!
 
 
from the Los Angeles Times
written by LESLIE GORNSTEIN
photographs by JOSHUA JORDAN
styling by HAYLEY ATKIN


Knowing all my readers are missing Mom-Mom et al I just knew you needed
a story about extravagance extraordinaire...
Let's see, if we had the resources this beautiful 35-year OLD girl had
at her disposal, hair, makeup, mani-pedi, spa days, workouts,
not to mention un-mentionable priced objects from Harry Winston,
& Phillip Treacy (milliner to the Queen), excellence in photography
& lighting and maybe one or two complete days to snap these
photos, I bet we could look pretty fabulous too!!
Wink Wink Wink
Size 0 or 2 ?
doesn't everyone 5"8" wear those sizes?
But, don't worry, chickens, Mom-Mom, Chantelle & Chelsea
will return after Labor Day as they do each year...
of course, Fall festivities will be full-on GO, so hold on.......
Holly @ 504 Main Street
won the six Baggu reusable bags
Please join the other participants in Pink Saturday,
the icon is waaaay down on the right
ANNOUNCEMENT:  Beautiful Mona @ Providence Desigtn
has a beautiful set-of-3 antique books she's
giving away, go here to see & enter:

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KISS
KISS
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