Sunday, November 11

CRUEL intentions...

...that's when I fell in love with her. A nasty under-age girl playing a hot innocent high-class music student and making out with —hello?— Sarah Michelle Gellar, which used to be as hot in her black leather pants. Selma Blair is now also a fashion icon for me. She hangs out with ever-desintoxicating Pete Doherty and Marc Jacobs and she mixes his creations and Prada's as is she was dealing with Primark stuff.

Then came the haircut and the dying. Hence, Hedi Slimane for Dior Homme. It was the perfect androgynous look: black skinny jeans with a ivory loose tank top, fitted black blazer "à-la-Slimane" and aviators. Just my kinda girl. Great styling moments like this have repeated incesantly ever since, providing the Blair lovers with more overwhelming brilliant fashion moments than we are even able to take. Her haircut inspired fashion-victim Victoria Beckham to have her hair in a way we won't ever be able to forget, but we shouldn't forget either that it was Selma who did it first; and she took it to the next level.

First was the shocking cut, then the shocking über-blond dye and later the army-inspirated cut which was simply the consequence of not cutting your hair for a while. But she'll pull it off in an effortless heartbeat. And I love her, I love her, I love her!

I'm off.

1 comment:

WendyB said...

She's very stylish.