Victoria Beckham: “I am a gay in a woman’s body”

“I love the American look inspired by the ’40s. And I love modern popup – I am a gay in a woman’s body”. The former Spice Girl thus tried to explain to others what are the origins of her aesthetic sense and her passion for fashion.

In addition, she assured the journalists from the Daily Mail that she will never sing again, after they asked her if she will attend the Spice Girls gathering initiated by Mel B. “I will never sing. Let’s face it, I was not the best singer. I can not say that music is my passion …”.

If music isn’t her passion, certainly the fashion is. That’s because among fans of collections launched by her include names like Elle Macpherson, Sarah Jessica Parker and Katherine Jenkins.

Petra Ecclestone’s fashion firm is on hold

Even is she received a considerable help and investment from her billionaire father Bernie, Form Clothing will go out of business tomorrow after just two years.

According to rumors, Ecclestone, the Formula 1 boss, invested ‘a significant’ sum of money into the company and helped secure racing champion Jenson Button as the face of the line, but the company is understood to have run into financial difficulty.

Petra, 21, is untrained in fashion design but studied at the Art College in London. Here is what her friends say: ‘Petra put a lot of grit and determination into the label at first, but her interest dwindled and the company lost money,’ a source tells me.

‘Bernie told her she’s on her own. He’s not indulgent with his children and he once quibbled with Petra over a £100 fine.’

It seems it had not stocked Form clothing for six months. Petra had hoped to take the line to Japan and Germany but has put all plans on hold.

‘Form is not going to continue, I’ve stopped it for now to concentrate on charity,’ says the heiress, who is worth £2.3billion.

‘I’m going to concentrate on bespoke and made-to-measure and pause for a few months. I’m working with the Meningitis Trust for now.’

Lady Gaga shocks again!

Moreover, the surprise is that Lady Gaga performed this new song next to Beyonce and we can see Gaga literally with a phone stuck to the side of her head.

She’s really weird but can also admire her talent. When you’re a rumored hermaphrodite who dresses like Marie Antoinette on HGH, what’s a little phone made of hair?

Below you can see some more Lady Gaga pictures from “Telephone” …

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New Marilyn Monroe Photos have been put up for sale

The photos author, Len Steckler, surprised the actress in black and white clichés, in December 1961, when she suddenly came to his apartment in New York to visit his friend the photographer, poet Carl Sandburg.

Steckler drew the pictures for sale (on site www.thevisitseries.com) as a series, titled “Marilyn Monroe: The Visit”, and in limited edition, each photo is offered in 250 copies. The series includes four independent photo, two triptych that have not been presented to the general public and whose prices range from $1999 to $3999.

The images depicts a Marilyn Monroe with some sharp sunglasses with thick frames, in a dress with short sleeves, talking and laughing with Sandburg. “It was a fortune to be with these two idols with the camera,” said Steckler. Marilyn and Sandburg, who were then 35 and respectively 83 years, have talked and were holding hands during that visit.

Steckler, former fashion photographer, which currently has around 80 years, as he expressed, and lives in Los Angeles, told the fact that in that afternoon in which the happened the actress’s visit, Sandburg had said that they will have a guest in a relaxed manner. “A few hours after, I went to open the door and here I am face to face with Marilyn Monroe, who looked more charming than on screen.

She said:” I am sorry that I delayed. I went to the hairdresser to match my hair with Carl’s, ‘ “the photographer recalled.
Indeed, Marilyn’s hair looks like Sandburg’s in the photos, almost white, Steckler said, mentioning that, after making the photos, all three were drinking whiskey.

“As we know, Marilyn liked older men, intellectuals – and Carl had a parenting attitude over her. It was nice to see,” he told Steckler.
The photographer said, that he decided to sell the blocks after his son found the negatives, for “current generation” would need to see them.

Marilyn Monroe died in August 1962, at the age of 36 years, because of an overdose of drugs and medicines, while Carl Sandburg, the Pulitzer Prize, died seven years later.

Image source: thevisitseries.com

Fashion icons which revolutionized fashion industry

Classic and elegant style, has never failed revolutionizing the fashion world, created trends, current and life stories.

Audrey Hepburn is a standard of beauty and elegance, is considered one of the most beautiful women of all time, her image being used in numerous advertising campaigns.

After having taken the Oscar in 1953 for Holiday at Rome, Audrey Hepburn has become one of the most photographed women of all time.

Even today Hepburn is considered the most important fashion icon of the 20th century. It is practically impossible to talk about Audrey Hepburn style without thinking about Hubert de Givenchy in which the actress has worked for almost all her films.

Black Givenchy dress from the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s was sold in 2006 to over £ 462,000, the highest price for a dress from a film.

Brigitte Bardot sex-symbol of the ’60s has managed to transform the initials B.B. on a legend that will always evoke the beauty, the pleasure of living and freedom.
She worked first as a dummy for major Parisian fashion houses. At the age of 15 years she first appears on the cover of Elle and begins to film in 17 years.
In 1956, she triumphs in the film with premonitory title “Et Dieu créa la femme” directed by Roger Vadim. It is he the one who has launched a new image of femininity, free from the complex, direct, innocent and provocative at the same time.

Grace Kelly has all it takes to be a fashion icon.Grace Kelly created the impression that the elegant look was easy to obtain. She does not follow trends in fashion, but she adapt her style. Classic American beauty, scale model, memorable roles in great movies, a dream wedding and a marriage with a prince and a Hermes bag that bears her name. Grace had the style of a princess in her everyday life and the big screen where she made history with the costumes in The Philadelphia Story, Mogambo and To Catch a Thief.

These fashion icons implemented a dress code and elegancy among first lady, such as Michelle Obama and Carla Bruni-Sarkozy.

Claudia Schiffer, the image of spring-summer 2010 campaign by Salvatore Ferragamo

The campaign in which Schiffer appears is by retro inspiration, similar cu those of the ‘50s. The photographer of the campaign is Mario Testino.

Claudia’s image remembers the movie “To Catch a Thief” by Alfred Hitchcock in which performs Cary Grant and Grace Kelly.
The movie was realized at Monte Carlo and launched in 1955.

Moreover, the campaign was realized also in Monte Carlo and is similar to previous campaigns of Ferragamo, also inspired by movies.
According to top model, the brand is “mysterious and sophisticated, with a charm boosted by Ferragamo accessories”.

The German model is one of the most well known models in the world and appeared in over 500 cover magazines. Forbes estimates her fortune to $55 million. Schiffer has currently extremely good contracts with L’Oreal, watch company Ebel and she was the image of Chanel.