They are certainly sharply dressed, but they have that allure. The following list of people all have that in common. Some I count as glamorous because of their elegance and visual allure, others because of their inimitable quality and some more because of their innate and wondrous sense of style.
(* just to say, sooo not a fan of Fergie..I, for some strange reason, felt like using her lame song as the title of this post. Cannot justify my actions.)
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To be honest, I'm no expert on Sophie's style. From the looks of things she appears to be a nice dresser, nothing outrageous or remotely shocking. She does however, possess one of the most fantastic faces and is glamorous without even trying. Resembling a regal, polished version of Debbie Harry, it was no wonder then that she was discovered by none other than the late Isabella Blow.
What I love about Daphne Guinness' style is that it's completely unapologetic. I have always hated the phrase 'Less is more' and I'm sure Daphne would agree. She piles on the rings, the diamonds and the haute couture and does not give a damn about this 'effortless' nonsense. Even though her ensembles cost probably almost a mortgage's worth, there has got to be something paradoxically refreshing in her ostentatious style? She is excessive and extravagant with Cruella de Vil hair, but what's more then that, she always looks completely original and unique, with a legendary eye for detail. Daphne is certainly the inimitable type of glamour. So many celebrities these days can throw on an Oscar De La Renta and BAM! They are a 'style icon'. For Daphne, however, haute couture is a way of life.
I'm not too sure why I like Jessica Stam so much, but she is rather popular so perhaps someone has the answer to what it is about her. Jessica proves that glamour doesn't just come with age. I always find her fascinating in editorials.
I have a love/hate relationship with Kate Moss. Rather then focus on the negatives, she is rather glamorous, isn't she? I still think she can look fantastic and like I said in the beginning, she continues to fascinate.
I must admit Roisin's music is definitely not for me, but her style is a whole other story. I love the hyperbole of her outfits - the often cartoon - ish silhouettes, outrageous combinations and clashing colours-, it's clear that Roisin is fascinated with clothes. Yet, despite this she is an incredibly sharp dresser, always dressed to impress and has a cool almost Hitchcock blonde aloof. Whereas Daphne Guinness piles on the bling, Roisin generally prefers bold statement pieces and indeed, has a penchant for incredible hats. She's an original and is like Daphne in that they are both trendless. Instead, they are constantly pushing the boundaries of their own style.
I was in Topshop a few days ago and overheard two girls talking about Roisin's concert. Of course the conversation turned to her style with one of the girl's remarking "How can you be that cool?" Indeed.
Of celebrities today, who do you consider to be glamorous?
I will try my bestest to catch up on comments asap. Apologies for being so all over the place - Kat