Sunday, September 4th, 2011

Happy Sunday!

Hopefully you’re relaxing and enjoying your afternoon/evening with friends and family or else a great book or catching up on your favorite show :)  Right now, I’m enjoying a cup of coffee with Mellan at my feet!

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8 thoughts on “Sunday Link Love, Volume #066

  1. God. How I love Charlize Theron. She never takes a bad picture.

  2. i have long been reading your blog but since you seem to have so much budget in buying makeup (or unlimited sponsorship) i am unable to chase it all and keep up! so much time in your hands, so amazing! but will now be a regular. wait and see 😀

    hope u have a GFC

  3. summerblue

    Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly & Marlena Detrich(sp.)– fantastic!!!

  4. alex

    Am I the only one who finds it creepy when they put dead people in advertisements? It feels like such a violation to use their images without their consent.

    The use of Grace Kelly’s image seems particularly egregious as she distanced herself from Hollywood and any/all commercial endeavors after becoming a Princess. I doubt that she would have approved of this.

    • summerblue

      IMO, Grace Kelly would love that her image is living on. She wanted to return to Hollywood, after her were a little older, to make pictures as she missed it, however, the people of Monaco didn’t feel it was appropriate in her position to do so.

      I’m also sure that MM & MD would love that their images are legendary.

  5. Kris

    I find it strange that Dior chose The Gossip’s version of “Heavy Cross” to play as the music. It’s a great song, but the band is mostly identified by the singer, Beth Ditto, who I wouldn’t think would be a figure that Dior would favor. I would think Ditto would have similar issues with her work appearing here; mutual enemies.

  6. becca

    I was enjoying it until the dead people showed up. That’s just not cool.