Molly Sims was glowing at the Saks Fifth Avenue’s “An Unforgettable Evening” event to benefit EIF’s Women’s Cancer Research Fund. NARS International Lead Stylist Uzo was responsible for Molly’s radiant look. ”Molly best represents that Los Angeles ‘girl next-door look’. The Orgasm Illuminator was the perfect product to keep her skin looking fresh and polished,” said Uzo. Here’s what else Uzo used on Molly:
For this week’s episode of Project Runway, Tim took the remaining contestants on a little field trip to the Met to be inspired by ten fabulous looks from the Costume Institute. Think Dior, Balenciaga, YSL, Madame Grès. The contestants were then grouped into teams of two and asked to create a high-end signature look with a budget of $500 (the highest in Project Runway history). Later on, Tim threw a curveball and told the contestants they had to create a second look for less piece using 10% of the budget, aka $50. The look for less was to be inspired from another team’s signature look. Now it’s your turn to be the judge, which team’s looks do you like the best?
Michelle Trachtenberg is the latest celebrity to add designer to her resume. The Michelle Trachtenberg for Poppy Jewelry Collection is “part uptown chic, part downtown punky.” We love the romantic with an edge feel, it’s right up our alley.
The SAG Awards are usually more low key than the other award shows. But I’m impressed with this year’s fashion. The ladies really brought it. But who brought it best? Who is your pick for best dressed?
This week Project Runway had one of our favorite kind of challenges. You know, the make an outfit out of Fill-in-the-Blank-Absurd-Material. This time around, the absurd material was burlap. The fabulous Tim Gunn asked the reaming contestants to prove the veracity of the old saying, “she’s so beautiful, she’d look good in a potato sack.” Some rose to the challenge, while others didn’t do so well. Now it’s your turn to be the judge, who designed the best potato sack dress?