dissabte, 9 de novembre de 2013

A person I admire

Audrey Hepburn:
She's dead but I think she has been the most elegant, fashionable and beautiful woman of her time. I love the way she was: she always looked happy, cheerful and kind and adove of all her style.
I've seen Breackfast at Tiffany's a lot of time, it's my favourite film. Since she made that film she has been a fashion icon, now a days we are still buying pictures of her, t-Shirts, bags, haouse decoration, posters, calendars and a lot of things with her picture. She is as famous as Marilyn Monroe.
I have a lot of things of her, a poster, 3 films, the calendar and an ere mask for sleeping.
I want to be like her.

One thing I want to do before I die

I want to do a lot of things before Idie, it's normal because I'm young and I haven't live enough, but the most important of all of these things is to go to Tomorrowland. It is the best music festival ever! The best DJ's from all over the world go there like Avicii, Nicky Romero, Nervo, David Guetta, Tiësto, etc.
This festival lasts four days and it's like a village with shops, restaurants, bungalowes, and a church to! One of the best things about Tomorrowland is the plane, this is for when tha party starts, you arrive inmediatly to the festival and go to your camping or bungalow.
It's party all day and all night it's perfect. My parents promissed me if I get in to the university, they will pay me tha travel for. I hope to be alive for it ang go with my best friends.


NEWS: How Audrey Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor were bewitched by the glamour of Italian fashion


Classic Hollywood film stars Audrey Hepburn and Elisabeth Taylor, were both women of impeccable - if very different- taste. And both fell in love with Italian Fashion while filming there during the '50s and '60s.
When in Rome, known then as the hollywood on the tiber, the actresses rushed to the ateliers of emerging Italian designers, dressing themselves from head-to-toe in pieces by local names.
Boosted by the publicity surrounding these superstars, the Italian fashion industry, resurrected in the years inmediately following the end of WWII, gained momentum.
these were the years, for instance, when young coutiers Ottavio Missoni, Gianni Versace, and Giorgio Armani got their start. Today, of course, their influence on the world of fashion  is universally recognised by industry-insiders.
Now the pioneers of Italian fashion are getting kudos fom another source: the V¬A. The museum announced yesterday that it will document the Italian fashion industry's rise to prominence in an uncoming exhibition. " the glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014" will examine Italy's contribution to fashion from the end of WWII to the present.


My opinion:

I think all this famousness is thanks at Audrey Hepburn, Elisabeth Taylor and other actreeses have been a great publicity for th Italian fashion and they've been a hugh influence for the women until now a days. They show us how to wear a sweater or a pair of heells, they shown that fashion is a stuff that everybody can create in different ways. Thanks to Audrey hepburn ladies could learn how to be elegant in a subtel way, because as you can see in a lot of her images she didn't wear such high heels.
They give importance at the fashion and fame.