The Serpentine Gallery Summer Party took place last night at London’s Kensington Gardens and was co-hosted by Burberry’s Christopher Bailey.
The annual fundraising bash had music performed by the Burberry Acoustic band One Night Only and Alexa Chung also graced the decks throughout the night.
The likes of Ewan McGregor, Bianca Jagger, David Bailey and Tracey Emin were some of the celeb patrons that guested, along with Burberry campaign models such as Jourdan Dunne, Lily Donaldson and Cara Delevigne.
I was tempted to say the routine thing and say the ‘hit reality series’ has come to a close, but can we really call it a hit?
The viewing numbers were ridiculously lower than the BAFTA Award winning show ‘The Only Way is Essex’ and the only ‘excitement’ we were met with on Monday evenings at 10 was the forever anti-climax relationship of Caggie Dunlop and Spencer that didn’tprogress into anything despite the writers quite evidently writing in an expectant direction.
From fencing, to shooting, to shopping,to portrait painting, I personally feel like I have sorrily wasted 8 Monday nights of my life and have come out knowing the ins and outs of a group of young, confusingly wealthy peoples day to day lives of nothingness.
Channel 4 I am not very pleased to hear there’s going to be a second series coming our way…
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley showed off exactly why she has been voted the World’s Sexiest Woman time and time again at Berlin a couple of nights ago in a jaw-dropping glittery silver number that only made the world more enviable than they already were.
Is that actually even possible?
The backless frock showed off her astonishing figure and she teamed it with a classic sideswept up-do that left her looking timelessly classic, along with simple diamond stud earrings.
Here the Victoria’s Secret model signed autographs with eager fans that had waited hours to catch a glimpse of herself and the star-studded cast. The likes of Patrick Dempsey, John Malkovich and Tyrese Gibson all play alongside Rosie which at first proved pretty daunting for the acting newcomer.
The model says when she left her first ever audition she had little confidence and was sure there would be many other young talented actresses in the running and more likely to get the job, but within only two days RHW recieved a phonecall from Michael Bay.
Bay claimed: ’Yeah, you’re the girl!’
Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon is released in cinemas tonight. June 29th.
We are also pretty sure Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is the girl too!
The Devon-born model turned Hollywood-actress has treated us to an arrray of spectacular floor-length gowns to mark the promotion of her debut film Transformers 3 Dark of the Moon.
The first British Victoria’s Secret Angel seemed to be giving us a peak of her never-ending legs at every given opportunity, but with legs like hers, how can we blame her?
Rosie’s pictured below with film director Michael Bay and co-star Josh Duhamel in a sheer, black thigh-splitting dress in a press conference in Rio De Janeiro.
On to Russia, where Rosie H-W opted for another sheer-skirted number by Gucci. She graced the green carpet at the Moscow international film festival’s opening ceremony.
The blonde bombshell had her hair poker-straight and slicked down paired with red nails and lipstick to create maximum sleek effect.
Thigh-splitting and long skirts seemed to be a wardrobe choice Rosie found most flattering for the promotion of her latest film and we cannot agree anymore after also witnessing her in this most complimentary pink number at a Moscow press conference. The slash necked dress and angular patent nude heels paired with the pink dress accentuated her enviable cheekbones and famously sought after physique.
Christopher Bailey, Creative Director of Burberry Prorsum has incorporated strong African and tribal influence and print in his 2012 Resort collection.
Consisting of high-waisted skirts, trench coats, shorts and dresses; the collection uses ankara fabric used in traditional African clothing and in each advertised look an element of traditional African attire is incorporated. The reference to traditional native wear is apparent throughout all the items but a noticeable factor to this collection that seemed to be slightly off was the lack of African models especially modelled in the menswear.
Whether the contrast in model/garment was a deliberate act on Bailey’s behalf or not, it would have been nice to see more models of African descent in the collection. Not for an idealisic purpose but perhaps in appreciation for those who wear this style attire on a regular basis.