Upon designing these earrings it reminded me of the crystal clear and blue waters of Bermuda; beautiful, sparkling, warm and inviting. These beautiful and elegant earrings reflect colors of blue and green, there is just something about these colors that reminds me of a getaway vacation in a faraway location.
Of course the components are gold filled so they won’t change colors (ever) and the stone of choice is crystal-Swarovski Crystal. They are short dangle earrings for pierced ears. The shape of the crystal is now archived so they aren’t likely to be found anywhere else.
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These are the type of stories I look forward to writing and I hope you look forward to reading them from me.
When I pander off from writing that usually means that nothing has inspired me, and I apologize, but to me there are moments like this that are worth writing for.
Christie’s of London is auctioning off some of Audrey Hepburn’sbeautiful couture clothing. Audrey Hepburn was a British actress, model, dancer and humanitarian. The actress of Breakfast at Tiffany’s fame has worn every enviable designer from Oscar DeLa Renta to Givenchy. She was quite the fashionista, in fact, women who desire to dress classic often look to her for inspiration.
Among some of the items are a CARTIER (!!!) lipstick holder and compact, a little black dress worn in the 1963 movie CHARADES which is expected to sell for 100k and a BURBERRY trench coat to name a few. See the visual story here.
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Hidden Figures is an absolutely stunning gem of a film about a dynamic trio of genius, groundbreaking women who played a pivotal role of sending men into space and retrieving them back to earth. We know that, we fell in love with that, these facts are what has drawn us to this inspirational film.
In addition to those qualities I was also mesmerized by the fashion. The movie was a feast for the mind, however; the wardrobe was scrumptious- a gloriously aesthetic feast for the eyes. I am not alone in my feelings the Designer Ehrlich Kalfus was recently recognized by her peers by being nominated for a Costume Designers Guild Award for Excellence in Period Film! From her perspective she wanted “the costumes to have a fresh reality in a period way, that was not too flashy.” She succeeded, because all of the women looked lovely. For me personally Janelle Monae who plays Mary Jackson, NASA’s first African American female engineer was a standout, her pieces were immaculate. Simply put, Mary Jackson was sharp! The garments were fresh, modest, hip and glamorously understated. The wardrobe contained patterns I have worn today, done with a more modern flare thanks to Zara.
One of the looks that Jenelle Monae wore was breathtaking and made me sit up and take notice. This piece had everything I would wear (if it weren’t deadstock) Notice the contrast of patterns, the bob, the violet lip. She is advertising smart, confident, and trendy with a playful side.
Hidden Figures is cohesive, right down to the wardrobe. Thank you Ehrlich Kalfus for your ability to help us to get to know these phenomenal women from ALL views.
What did you enjoy about the movie Hidden Figures? Who was the standout character for you? What look would you have worn during that decade? I’d love to share thoughts. Please follow for more interesting topics or leave a comment or like.