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I’m not sure which is more beautiful: the landscapes, the fashion (Blumarine, Valentino, Louis Vuitton, Prada), or the Kirsten Dunst. Her spread in February’s issue of Vogue Italia is absolutely breathtaking, with photography by Yelena Yemchuk that is worthy of a gallery wall, and impeccable styling by Leith Clark. So, SO pretty.
So she grew up and married Prince Charming, and now she gets to be a Barbie too?? So many childhood dreams are boiling over in envy right now… To celebrate the upcoming anniversary of the wedding of the century, Mattel has immortalized the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in the most honorable way possible. Pssssh, wax figures are so passé…
So, Kate, (sorry, I forgot, we’re supposed to call her “Catherine” now), kind of just looks like a (very pretty!) regular ol’ Barbie, but rumor has it they made a custom mold for William. Dare I say, the smug royal grin and receding hairline are spot on?
Also credited as: Chloe Grace Moretz
Age: 15 (as of February 10th… Happy Belated Birthday Chloe!)
Status: Child actor turned teen powerhouse with serious acting chops.
Seasoned Pro: Her first acting gig was at age 7 on the series The Guardian.
Currently: working with Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, and Michelle Pfeiffer(!) on Dark Shadows.
In theatres: Scorsese’s Hugo.
And, a little homage to the early days at the Hugo premiere:
I know you all have heard of Nicola Formichetti . . . right?! I mean being a top designer for Mugler, and Lady Gaga’s right-hand-man is no small feat, but with how active this man is on tumblr, instagram and facebook, we’re all practically BFF’s!
Whether you think of her as Sarah Connor from Terminator, Catherine Chandler in the eighties television series Beauty and the Beast, or Vicky from Children of the Corn, actress Linda Hamilton was undoubtedly a quintessential 80′s hottie!
Beauty and the Beast
I love this quaint little pic form the set of Stephen King’s Children of the Corn.
Oh the 80′s! I can’t help but admire Linda’s rosy features framed by her questionably cool haircut and braided headband.