10 posts tagged "Daisy Lowe"
Beauty baubles have always been just fine by us, but Lisa Hoffman just made her perfumed trinkets that much more covetable by enlisting the, er, packaging services of jewelry designer Tom Binns. Yes,we would wear that aromatic necklace-turned-diffuser, pictured above. [WWD]
Bye-bye, back-combed bump; hello, frosted lipstick, questionable highlights, and a noticeably-thin frame. Sarah Palin gets a makeover, Hollywood style. [The Cut]
Ben Affleck’s shaggy, side-swept hair in the new flick Argo was not a Justin Bieber homage, OK? “I am a big fan of Justin Bieber’s, but I was not trying to emulate his haircut,” Affleck insists. “I felt like I was more of a Kurt Russell in Escape From New York vibe.” [CBS]
Let it be known: Pulling out one gray hair will not make two more grow in its place, according to Philip Kingsley Clinic trichologist Elizabeth Cunnane Phillips. It won’t prevent that single silver strand from growing back either, however. [Huff Po]
Jean Paul Gaultier has just released his latest bottle design for Diet Coke, which features a tattooed female silhouette—and an equally inked-up Daisy Lowe as spokesperson. [Telegraph]
“Would I wear a man’s fragrance? Absolutely,” Daisy Lowe told us last night at Harvey Nichols for the launch of Marc Jacobs’ new men’s scent, Bang. “Especially this one. It is very peppery, but in an edgy, musky, woody way. Sort of like Marc himself,” Lowe added with a laugh. The raven-haired model showed up with buddies Mischa Barton, Jaime Winstone, Beth Ditto, Gareth Pugh, and Pixie Lott to celebrate the U.K. debut of Jacobs’ first male fragrance. Jacobs was on hand, too—trooper that he is, coming directly from the airport—and told us he was thrilled to be in London. “I love it, I have a lot of good friends here,” he said. That was evident from the mob scene that greeted him—Rifat Ozbek and Anna Sui took turns holding him in long embraces. “But I also love the architecture, the museums, the restaurants, the theater, everything. Especially, though, I love Claridge’s. It’s just a pity that I am leaving tomorrow.”
Conversation quickly turned to fragrance as Jacobs enlightened us on why he chose to venture into masculine scents after years of domination with more feminine offerings (this is the man, after all, who has blessed us with such girly olfactory treats as Lola and Daisy). “I felt it was the right time, and my partner Robert Duffy was quite into the idea, and it all came together really well. It took a while to get right, but we are really happy with the results.” And happy was the theme last night as catwalker-turned-DJ Jesus Luz (who couldn’t stop grinning—guess he loves deejaying more than modeling) spun tunes for party-ready guests. The closing song? “Celebration,” by Madonna, of course, throwing the crowd, led by Lowe, into a wild frenzy. “This is as crazy as it was in my day,” said sixties party legend Anita Pallenberg, observing the scene. “These people can really party.”
After endless hype, Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland finally had its world premiere in London last night, and the celeb contingent of Carroll fans from across the pond turned out in full force to catch the 3-D spectacular. Among the moviegoers was one Daisy Lowe, whose barely-there outfit was only trumped by a monstrous, teased-out updo secured with a purple satin bow. Whether her mass of crimped frizz was intended to be a Mad Hatter tribute (or maybe an homage to Alice star Helena Bonham Carter’s frequently crazy coifs), the whole thing seemed a little misguided to us. You too?
What to focus on in this pic of Daisy Lowe at the 135th anniversary of the Criterion restaurant in London last night? At first glance, you’re drawn to her literal take on this season’s it’s-OK-to-show-your-underwear-through-your-outerwear trend (which mum Pearl also engaged in), but then there’s her brick red lip and, yes, Pippi Longstocking braids. It’s been a while since we’ve run our “never too old for pigtails?” segment on this blog, but hey, when opportunity knocks, we’ve got to answer it. Discuss.
The latest edition of our red-lip matrix takes us across the pond to London, where scarlet pouts were out in full force at the British Fashion Awards last night. Karen Elson, Georgia May Jagger, and Daisy Lowe all sported bright lipstick, and while each woman successfully pulled it off, the question is, dear reader, who wore it best? Mrs. Jack White can do no wrong by us, so we have a little bit of a bias, but don’t that that sway your opinion. Let us know below.