The silhouettes of the 1940s, 1950s and even the early 1960s were perhaps the most feminine and beautiful of all. We saw cinched in waists and bigger chests, they were real hourglass figures. As women we come in all shapes and sizes and we should embrace who we are.
This image was taken from the 1962 Frederick’s of Hollywood spring catalogue, I love how it emphasises the feminine curves.
So this years Cannes Film Festival has kicked off with the premier of ‘Grace of Monaco’ with celebrities streaming across the red carpet. Blake lively stole the show with her burgundy Gucci Premiere dress which was absolutely stunning and I’m pretty sure Jane Fonda hasn’t aged in 20years.
Here’s some of my favourites…
Lily Collins fronts the first ever ready-to-wear campaigns for the Chanel owned company Barrie Knitwear. They specialize in manufacturing cashmere of the funniest quality and with this collection we can see a vast range of bold colour used to create an impact. The line will be initially previewed at the Colette concept store in Paris from June 9 to 14, 2014 and then will be later available at the main Parisian outlet. Karl Lagerfeld shot the images for the lookbook with lily wearing the latest range.
A cute and casual summer look, perfect for an afternoon picnic.