The Gosling lean never looked better than in this film.
I love checking out other women and their outfits. Infinitely more interesting than men.
The stylings and colour palette in this film are just visual delights. There should be more films in which the future is retro-future-pastel, rather than shiny, hi-tech, chrome. The wardrobes are fantastic. Amy Adams looks like a dream best friend in her outfits, so casual-preppy-functional with trousers cut at the perfect just-so point on her […]
Glory days. (Looking better than I could ever look)
I love her clothing design, and I love her personal style. Messy hair 4ever.
This is a good summer look. It’s arctic outside, but I’m hoping the situation will drastically change by Easter. I’m too cold. Turn that snow into sand!
Good spring looks. Wish the weather would be more obliging though.
Wildfox make some incredibly expensive Topshop-looking slogan clothes, and whilst I would never buy any of it, I love their new collection lookbook as an homage to one of my favourite films.
From Rosemary’s Baby (1968). She looked good, even though she was an irritating naif.