Tag Archive: Style crushes

Style Crush: Cindy Crawford

Of all the celebrities, Cindy Crawford and Elle Macpherson are the two 80s/90s models that have the body shape resembling mine – only 4 dress sizes smaller. Still I find both inspiration and… Continue reading

Style crush: Margaret Zhang

I have a strange pleasure in looking at all the silly Fashion Week outfits. I love seeing how fashion insiders experiment with new fashions. One person who gets it mostly right is Margaret… Continue reading

Celine

Has anyone missed the recent Celinaissance? Every time I see Celine and her “best friend” I want to cheer. Celine is the poster child for me for “post traumatic growth”. She clearly deeply… Continue reading

Style Crush: Oceans 8

Last time I had a style crush on a movie it was The Devil Wears Prada. This time it’s Ocean’s 8: So OK, I was a bit slow to watch the movie. But… Continue reading

Style crush: Villanelle

I’m massively obsessed with the show Killing Eve at the moment. Written by Phoebe Waller Bridge who also wrote Fleabag. The main character Eve is so awkward and hopeless and clever and funny.… Continue reading

Style Crush: Zendaya

What I love about Zendaya’s style is how varied it is. She varies her hair, her makeup. Everything. But unlike much of the Fashion Week street style, she looks nice. She’s inspirational, not… Continue reading

Style Crush: Victoria Beckham

I love Victoria Beckham’s style because she experiments and doesn’t play it safe. There is no doubt that she loves fashion. She embodies Anna Wintour’s advice: Let it be unique to yourself and… Continue reading

Style Crush: Diana Vreeland

Late to the party, I finally watched the documentary on Diana Vreeland, The Eye Has To Travel. You gotta have style. It helps you get down the stairs. It helps you get up… Continue reading

Style crush: Lucinda Chambers

I have always liked Lucinda Chambers style. After reading this article with her, after she was fired from Vogue recently, I’ve realised just how truly stylish she is. I don’t want to be… Continue reading