Apologies everyone! I’ve been busy moving places as well as enlightening myself and work. So I appreciate your patience.
I understand that a lot of things have happened. Peaches Geldof’s death, MTV Movie Awards, which a lot of us don’t really watch anymore (unless I’m wrong), celebrities showing their style at the Coachella festival…and so on. I even had an interview for a Communications Internship at the British Heart Foundation.
Everyday, I’m renewing and developing myself, even if it means taking this blog to a whole new level. I know I know, I may been talking with no action, but don’t worry, it’ll happen. You watch.
Distraction was about Kim Kardashian having to be the first reality star to be on the global fashion bible VOGUE.
Many of us Kim lovers are ‘feeling it’. Yes, we feel the love between Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, we feel the glamour from Kim’s face…
Spring’s here and we all know that it’s all about ‘dressing to impress’. What are the inspirations for this season? Well, if you’re interested in K GO GO’s unlicensed-non-expertise-perspective then continue to read…
Orange is the new black
Fluorescent orange, peach, tangarine…that’s the new black. Ralph Lauren and Kate Spade New York featured an amazing bright trench coat. While Givenchy, DKNY, Suno, Matthew Williamson, John Galliano (Bill Gaytten), Mulberry, Akris and Peter Soms rather sported the orange tint as day/work dresses. For evening, the colour is associated with evening/party gowns as seen in Felder Felder, Zac Posen and Badgley Mischka. Although, Alberta Ferretti used a strong orange tint for her evening chiffon dresses. I’m feeling the idea of the all orange suit, which will add colour to your ‘workdrobe’ (that’s my new word of combining work and wardrobe together).
I was fed up of being searching so I took a break. I didn’t get that MTV Talent & Music internship, which is a good thing. God has a reason for everything. I guess this is the best time to apply for the Celebrity Team Internship at Marie Curie.
I know, I know. The economic climate is not helping, but why look into statistics to dictate your life. It’s an mental enslavement to make one depressed, poverty-stricken and comfortable in where there are. I even had so much enlightenment with my Black history with the explosion and controversy from film “Hidden Colors”. The first time I heard that Black people were in the Bible was from Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo from KICC, where he stated that Cush came from Ham and Canaan was the one that got cursed (backing up with historical facts that he was Black). He explained that Nimrod was the first to established society with Babel…you get my drift.
The discussion about this will be featured in a post after Inside Movies have reported that the movie “12 Years A Slave” will be taught in schools. I’m thinking of calling it “Hidden Colors” + “12 Years A Slave” = Your Hidden Black History. It was a sense of enlightenment of things that I’ve already knew and didn’t know. It’s amazing.
Nevertheless, I continue to be resilient. Therefore, let’s get tuck in to establishing my career.
So it’s emerged that “12 Years A Slave” is going to be taught in schools. That’s great! I’ve even heard about their win of being Best Picture at the Oscars. Howwwwever, isn’t time that we call these ‘slavery’ films a day? I mean, we have the “Roots”, which was a phenomenon in the 1970s by Alex Haley and caused a move of Black empowerment. Then, that kind of died. Besides, these films (funded by the supremes) keeps us conditioned negative psychologically.
We think that the sun never comes down in LA. WRONG, we’ve all been fooled at it was pouring down with rain (# rain rain, go away come back on another day #) yesterday night (awww shucks). Kelly Osbourne came prepared with her umbrella in order to protect her white Badgley Mischika gown. Guess she knows that no stain, water mustn’t on that dress, NOT ONE DROP.
I understand that many of you are keeping your eye out for my quick notes of Milan Fashion Week. Well here there are! Again, I stress that these are my predictions.
Fur!!! Gucci has given us hot options with the faux and the real. Yup Yup! It’s definitely emerging as a trend across the fashion capitals so far. With foxes, goat skin and others have been added to the mix. Fur trimmings (Alberta Ferretti, No.21, Blumarine), the fur gold zip bomber jacket seen at Francesco Scognamiglio or the fur that covers the chests and arms (Ports 1961, Blumarine, Francesco Scognamiglio, Costume National). Dolce & Gabbana featured them on pockets. Milan has given a new meaning to the controversial anti-animal-friendly material with hoodies, minx and fur shrugs (Roberto Cavalli). I’m craving to be ghetto fabolous with that jacket from Sportmax. Not sure if the high street with the idea of clashing coloured dyed furs (Marni).