North West does not care about her dad’s Adidas collaboration.
Independent of being Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour’s daughter, Bee Shaffer is kind of like a silent style icon. She doesn’t care about fashion all that much and works in the television industry for Late Night with Seth Meyers. However, when she needs to make an appearance like say… at the Met Gala she’s there. Bee is beautiful and her mother is the only name anyone would ever need to know in the fashion industry. Based off of the character “Miranda” in The Devil Wears Prada, everyone is naturally curious about what it’s like to call the ice queen Mom.
I can’t believe it’s time already for the most fashionable night of the year! It’s crazy to think that a year has already gone by. I feel like I was making the 2013 post just last month. This year’s theme is White Tie and Decorations.
Of course we’re kicking things off with Queen Bey and Jay.
Beyonce and Jay-Z both in Givenchy Haute Couture
Could it be? Is America ready for a woman to become President? We just might be! Word on the street is that Hillary Clinton is thinking about running in 2016 and she’s already rounding up her troop of supporters – first with Oscar de la Renta and now Vogue Editor-In-Chief Anna Wintour. Oscar de la Renta announced his bid for her candidacy at the recent CFDA awards while Wintour expressed her praise for Clinton yesterday evening at the opening of the Oscar de la Renta retrospective.
Wintour first praised Clinton for “always look[ing] entirely appropriate wherever she was”–quite the about face from the Vogue editor considering that in her February 2008 editor’s letter she wrote, “I do think Americans have moved on from the power-suit mentality, which served as a bridge for a generation of women to reach boardrooms filled with men”–and went on to not-so-subtly hint at a Clinton presidency. “It’s anyone’s guess what the next chapter will be for this extraordinary woman,” Wintour told the crowd. “I can only hope that all of you here in Little Rock will be celebrating her come November 2016.”
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The Mayer Hawthorne Burger returns to Umami Burger for the upcoming album release. [Source]
HBO buys “Girls” actress Lena Dunham a new pair of underwear every day when she is on set. [Source]
6 Quirky things to do in Seattle! [Source]
A pizza that looks like Anna Wintour’s face! [Source]
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have turned down a $3 million offer for the first photos of their daughter North West to the tabloids. [Source] Are they holding out or do they not have any plans at all to release photos?
Ballard men’s boutique, Blackbird, is closing this Sunday. Say goodbye to the beloved store after nine years with their “beers and tears” party from 5-10PM. [Source]
Rancho Bravo breaks into the business of burgers with a new spot called “Freddy’s” replacing the former Grubwich and my personal favorite…Pita Pit on Broadway. RIP. [Source]
The right way to take care of your smartphone battery. [Source]
One of my favorite happy hour spots, Bimbo’s Cantina is now delivering! And it’s free with a $20 order. The question is though…will they deliver my favorite sangria? [Source]
A list of restaurants locals can look forward to in Seattle this coming year! [Source]
America’s coolest distilleries – including Bainbridge Island’s Organic Distillers. [Source]
Weird things start happening in your 20s and how to deal. [Source]
It’s the biggest night in fashion of the year and for the past four years, we have been covering the annual Met Gala. This year’s theme was Punk: Chaos to Couture and the celebrities did it well. Here – Dakota Fanning looks phenomenal in Rodarte.
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I could not be more excited about this new HBO documentary on the HBIC – the editors of Vogue! The September Issue is one of my favorite movies of all time and I still remember just how powerful it was to learn about the Vogue culture and step into Anna Wintour’s world for 90 minutes. If you haven’t seen it, it is incredible. The last I checked two years ago, it was on Netflix. It probably isn’t there anymore, but if it is – hi – watch it! I can’t promise you that it will be as life changing for you as it was for me, but there are other things that can be appreciated from this R.J. Cutler documentary – like the art and the creation and everything you didn’t know about this industry whether it is in magazines or fashion.
The documentary airs December 6th on HBO. Marking my calendar now.