Although Sarah Jessica Parker is no longer affiliated with Halston Heritage, she's not counting the end of her role at the line, as her departure from fashion. Last week, she told WWD that she isn't finished yet.
"I don’t think my brief tenure [as president of Halston] would be called an exploration,” said Parker, at the Louis Vuitton fashion show. “I learned an enormous amount, it was invaluable, and I’m definitely curious about pursuing it, and we’ll see. I’m sort of figuring that out right now, actually, as we speak.”
I'm curious to see what the actress will be working on next. Are you interested to see what SJP has up her sleeves, or would you much rather see her in front of the camera, instead of behind the scenes?
This green Tom Ford dress is all kinds of wrong, and I was sorely disappointed that it was Julianne Moore giving me Emerald City nightmares! The pointed shoulders and velvet sleeves completely canceled out the sexiness of the low-cut number. Moore was photographed in D.C. while making an appearance for Game Change, a film where she plays (pretty believably, from the footage I've seen) Sarah Palin on the campaign trail.
Lindsay Lohan was also seen recently sporting her (new) red locks. The starlet, infamous for her partying and troubled ways, has quite a long haul to get back on the right track, but I am definitely feeling this throwback to her Disney days. A lot less harsh and aging than her most recent blonde (and dark brunette) looks.
Lindsay is giving me 70s flashbacks, in a good way, with her red jacket, wide leg trousers, stacked heels and oversized sunnies. Come back to us LiLo!
Elie Saab and Balenciaga showed some of my favorite runway looks this past week. Elie Saab gave me high drama, while Balenciaga showcased modern construction and bold colors, under neutral outerwear.
Above, are my swoon-worthy pics from the Elie Saab RTW Fall 2012 collection. Below, Balenciaga kicks things into high gear.