Backstage at Lanvin with Alber Elbaz and Lucas Ossendrijver. Friends! I’m flying to Europe tomorrow! I’m a crazed mixture of excited and scared, ecstatic and anxious. First stop Milan, where I’ll catch up with everybody’s favourite German Corinna Studier, plus fellow New Zealanders Christopher Landon, Courtney Fallow, India Ross and maybe even Michael Whittaker. Milan menswear begins on Saturday and ends on Tuesday, and I’ll be covering it all – the shows, the people, the adventures, the celebrities and whatever else I can get my hands on. Shows of note include Burberry, Gucci, Jil Sander, Prada, Zegna… Let’s hope IClick to Continue!
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She knows how to look good in a photograph. Photo: Haw-lin Let’s be honest: we are living in the age of vanity. The Vanity Age, if you will. Never before has it been so important to put your best face forward. We’re all ashamed to admit it, but the facts speak for themselves: everybody reading this is on Facebook. We’ve all curated a utopian online world for ourselves filled with fun and exciting life facts, profound quotes and good looking photographs. But what happens when the perfect world gets spoiled? What happens when we’re tagged in an unflattering photograph? Or,Click to Continue!
I don’t care how cool or how down or how ultra-nonchalant you might be, like it or not, every single person has a kind of reaction when they meet somebody famous. Even famous people react to meeting other famous people. It could involve staring, a little flinch, a small heart attack or an all out panic attack. There’s one exception to this rule – it occurs when you come across a famous person who you’ve never heard of before. This happened to me tonight. I accompanied Kiwi filmmakers Mark and Louis to a festival awards dinner that was set upClick to Continue!