Best film of the year, bar none. I laughed, I cried, I watched it four times in one month. Required viewing.
Love or hate these collaborations, you have to admit that every time you see the candy wrapper clutch, you go pea-green with envy wishing you had one.
Sadly, I didn’t get to see it in person but it was one of the finest concepts by the Costume Institute. Get the book.
To be honest, gowns do very little for me. I’ve never been much of a red carpet watcher, but Rooney Mara makes me pay more attention. The clothes, the hair, the makeup.
Intelligent, honest and delightfully witty, Grace Coddington penned the best celebrity (I guess we can call her that) biography of the year. The highlights are, of course, her charming illustrations.
If I had to commit to only wearing a single collection for the rest of my life, Jil Sander FW 2012 might just be it.
We all loved the abundance of florals of the past two fashion seasons. But one magazine that truly nailed its essence was Dazed & Confused: this is how you present flowers.
I was never much of a Sex and the City fan, although I hate-watched it loyally and I enjoyed an episode here and there. But Girls is a show that actually feels like real life, brilliantly written and acted, and, yes, that is how girls in their 20s actually dress.
If I had this album on cassette tape, it would be all worn out and make that weird fuzzy sound, because that’s how much I’ve listened to it. Indirectly stylish.