The Golden Globe Winners (we're talking fashion here)

Diane Kruger in Christian Lacroix (she can do no wrong)
Dew Barrymore in Atelier Versace (her colors palette's a winner)

January Jones in Lanvin (brilliant details on the collar, really)
Julia Roberts in vintage Yves Saint Laurent (I don't really think this a good choice for the Golden Globes, but I can't ignore vintage YSL)

Amy Adams in Carolina Herrea (how to look fabulous with a preggie tummy)

Marion Cotillard in Christan Dior ( I uber love this girl by the way...stayed tuned for a post dedicated to her)

Kate Winslet in Yves Saint Laurent (way to go!)

Tom Ford in...Tom Ford, and Julianne Moore in Balenciaga (I dig the contrast of dress and jewels)

Chloe Sevigny in Valentino (I'm actually not sure about this one, it's more like reflex action cus I always love what she wears)

And by the way, I'm a fan of those who carried their own umbrella.

How to ruin a Bottega Veneta dress...

...let Sandra Bullock wear it.
No offense to her, it's just that this is the second time she ruins a dress I'm a fan of.
(see her wearing Lanvin).

Boom! Slash! Splatter! (brain explosion...tough luck)

School's been my latest and greatest time consumer, like for real. Meaning I haven't actually thought up anything or found anything around that I'd consider blog-worthy. And pretty much, that's that.
On a side note, my mastery of the Portuguese language is developing, now I can read and make out MOST of a conversation. Yes I feel proud yes you might not care.
Speaking of which, I just got my highlight of the day. (like in this bloody moment, and you might not care about this either, so you could navigate away for today, this whole post interests no one but me)
Evanescence released a never-before-heard-B-side to help the victims of Haiti. It's called Together Again, and I'm listening to it right now, it's totally pretty.

How Rachel MacAdams Made My F***ing Day

Yep my day has sucked big time.
Minus the highlight I'm about to recount, I'd be pretty happy to just erase these past 24 hours from the history of man-kind.
Anyway, my latest high-five goes to Rachel MacAdams for her ultra-glamorous red carpet look at the Madrid (I think) premier of Sherlock Holmes.

AND she's wearing a Vionette dress! A VIONETTE!!!! Uber flabbergasted and totally jealous.

Fun Stuff And Nostalgic Memories

My good friend Ozie Fish of the Moon and I have gotten into this habit of sending each other good music along with our many offlines and regular chat sittings. Our opinions (well actually just your's Oz...cus I like everything you sent me) don't always agree as to what is good and what is not....cough Depache Mode....cough....but we always enjoy looking into each other's tastes.
Anyway to get to the bottom of this, I just thought I'd share the songs I thought were nice with you. So go and treat yourself to some great music.

1. Portishead: Humming, Roads

2: Flyleaf: So I Thought, Uncle Bobbie

3: Depache Mode: Personal Jesus, Tainted Love, Enjoy The Silence

4: Skid Row: 18 And Life

5: Chopin: Nocturne no. 9

6: Antonin Dvorak: New World Symphony

7:Rachmainoff: Piano Concerto 3

8: Annie Lennox: Walking On Broken Glass, Money Can't Buy It

P.S. Fish....I miss you tons. I miss being crazy with you, exploring each other our likes and passions, making you just as much of a tennis freak as I am (which sucks now cus after I left that didn't last), showing you the way of FASHION and playing you to sleep on Amadeus Ludwing.
This IS 18 and Life Lady.

Burrberry And Emma Watson's not gonna be another of those "Oh MY GOD her leg's gone!" post. No thank you, I'd be like the millionth person or something. (Btw I found that whole photo-shoot great...and yes yes minus the disappearing leg.) All I want to say is that I LOVED her costom-made Burberry frock.
Fantastically fashionably fresh-feeling she was looking that day.

HAPPY 2010???

What can I say? I never really liked New Year' know, the end of one year, the beginning of the next. Not my piece of cake. And then all the trash flying around especially BECAUSE it's the end of the decade. AND because we're two years closer to the "end of the world" oh I quiver with fear.
The thing that does worry me is that the entire world is one year older.
FSSSST FSSST BANG least we had some damn good firecrackers.