Who Runs the World? Girls!

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Lady Gaga. Liya Kebede. Barbra Streisand. Christy Turlington Burns. Malala Yousafzai. Natalie Massenet. Gabby Giffords. And Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis. What all these amazing women have in common is the fact that they were each awarded at Carnegie Hall, last night, in New York City at Glamour’s 23rd Annual Women of the Year Awards.
The award winner that I really admire is 16 year old, Malala Yousafzai, who was a victim of an assassination attempt about a year ago. After she stood up to Taliban rule, and advocating for education for girls. Transforming into a Global symbol for the power of a peaceful protest. Since surviving a gunshot wound in her head. Now that’s what I call an Amazing, brave, hardworking, and Beautiful woman that isn’t afraid to stand up for what she believes in. And when issues strike that we don’t agree with, Yousafzai is definately the perfect role model of showing anyone how to stand up for what you believe in. Epically when standing up to something as powerful as the Taliban. What I can’t believe is that she has done so much and she’s only 16!!!!!!! Now that’s a brave woman.
For all of these women’s courage, bravery, and help to make this world a better place, Girls really do run the World.

Flip through the flipbook to see the Best Dressed from Last Night’s 23rd Annual Glamour Women of the Year Awards.
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Emilio Pucci‘s Creative Director, Peter Dundas Channels something very New and Different for Spring: Hip Hop. Taking inspiration from Icons like Rihanna and Rita Ora, Dundas told Vogue Paris that he was inspired by Hip Hop, Masaï Prints, and Sportswear. Two of the elements, pretty much describing Rihanna’s wardrobe. The vibe of Hip Hop, mixed with the Masaï prints, I think is a Gorgeous and Unique combination. As Dundas pairs his Masaï printed ensembles with: leather shorts, edgy Hip Hop belts, and Black leather open-toed booties. Seen a lot throughout the beginning of the collection.

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Towards the middle of the collection, models are sent out in very Rihanna and Rita Ora inspired ensembles. Like Sexy Black and Sequined cocktail dresses, seen on Julia Nobis (above to the right), and on Sasha Luss (below to the left). And the Tangerine jumpsuit seen on Katya Riabinkina, (above to the left), which really screams Rihanna. While the white knit evening gown seen on Julia Nobis, (below to the left), is definitely perfect dress for Rihanna to sport at the Grammy’s.

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The Sexy Sparkled Jumpsuits and Evening Gowns, really scream Katy Perry, Rihanna, Rita Ora, Coco Rocha, and many others on the Red Carpet. They bring in such a Hip Hop, Punk vibe but still look Feminine at the same time. Newly-wed, Malgosia Bela closes this Stunning show. Then, Peter Dundas takes his bow, ending another Beautiful Emilio Pucci show. Definitely my favorite so far in Milan.

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Pictured: Joan Smalls, Andrea D., Natailia Siodmak, Elizabeth Erm, Kasia Struss, Daria Strokous, Julia Nobis, Katya Riabinkina, Sasha Luss, Julia Nobis, Kasia Struss, Joan Smalls, Malgosia Bela, and Peter Dundas

All Things Sweet at Sportmax Spring 2014

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For Spring, Sportmax took a Sweet route with an array of polka dotted ensembles in: Black, White, and my favorite Ballet Pink. And the models all sported Beautiful opened toe pumps in shades of: Black, White, Emerald, and Ballet Pink with none other than a cotton ball on the top of the pump. A pair of shoe I dream of owning.

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Many designers this season have been going more feminine, Romantic and Sweet routes this season, the polka dots at Sportmax, really bring a reminscene to Marc JacobsLouis Vuitton collaboration with Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama. That was all things polka dots.

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The hair is left down Natural, and Wavy. Models sporting Natural makeup, with a Sweet Pink lip. Perfectly fitting Sportmax’s All Things Sweet theme.

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Erdem Spring 2014

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Rather than his usual pastel shade and Floral prints, Erdem Moralioglu opts for a more Dramatic and Classy collection filled with shades of Black and white. Walking to the beat of Cello and Piano performers, the models wore Beautiful feathers and lace ensembles, each equally Stunning and perfectly Glamorous and Romantic for any Spring event.

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