1 posts tagged "Geraldine Doyle"
Make New Year’s Eve A Drag (And That’s A Good Thing), 2011 Resolutions From The Fashion Set, A New Olsen Emerges, And More…
New Year’s Eve: T-minus 24 hours. We’ve already weighed in on our favorite shoes for the night, but if you’re looking for some more outfit advice, the Times has helpfully asked a few ladies who know a thing or two about over-the-top glam: drag queens. [NYT]
Over at the Journal, Christina Binkley rounds up the best and worst of 2010 in fashion, from classics to jeggings—with one strange detour to endorse Katy Perry’s light-up Met Costume gala gown. [WSJ]
Which designer is hoping to become a certified Gyrotonics instructor in 2011? Find out with Refinery29′s poll of designer New Year’s resolutions. [R29]
R.I.P. Geraldine Doyle, the inspiration for “Rosie the Riveter” in the famous WWII-era “We Can Do It” poster: feminist, patriot, early adopter of the turban/headscarf. [Gawker]
And get ready for another Olsen. Mary-Kate and Ashley’s sister Elizabeth (left, the namesake of their Elizabeth and James line) is headed for the big screen, with three films on the way. [Elle]