Last Saturday Digitalista E. and I (Digitalista K.) had a little chat with the Facehunter. He was in town for a booksigning, and as we made a habit of interviewing famous bloggers that visit our small country (Susie Bubble, Garance Doré, the Sartorialist…) we couldn’t skip this one either.
Maand: mei 2010
Exactly as Style.com says! Bloggers are here to stay! All start comes with a bumpy road as proves this hilarious compilation. To read the full stories, click here.
Last week, The Sartorialist was in the neighbourhood, so we took the train to Belgium where Scott visited Outlet Shopping Maasmechelen Village for a book signing session. Of course we spoke with him for a little while. Digi E (who interviewed him for Glamour) was in heaven because as she photographs herself, Scott is a huge icon for her. I, Digi M, was more curious if the man she met 2,5 years ago during a blog conference at the MET museum in New York, was still the same ‘I can’t believe Vogue asked me’ stay-at-home-dad.
Since we’ve spotted the legs of ‘French Vogue’ on the Sartortialist, we’ve got a teeny tiny fascination for legs. They tell so much about you. Like the legs of French Vogue for example. All tall, skinny, most covered in black and on power heels of course. We don’t see the faces of the women, but those legs communicate: Femme Fatale. Unfortunately, not every woman is blessed with some model-length and super tight legs. And what about the cellulite we have to deal with? Or the ugly, white colour after the winter? Skirts look nice, but not on milk coloured legs. In short; it’s time for Digitalista M. to have some chitchat with legs-expert Claudia Straatmans, Editor-in-Chief of Cosmopolitan NL and partner of the Gillette Venus Most Beautiful Legs Contest. ‘Self-tan is the Touche Éclat for legs.’
We love webshop My Wardrobe, because they come up with inspiring shopping pages every week! Like this one inspired by Sex and the city 2.
Meet Lady Gaga: the new intern of Phillip Treacy!
Cate Blanchett still looks great at 41. R.E.S.P.E.C.T!