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Currently Craving – Ali Buttons Designs

Header created by me, Denesha; images from Ali Buttons Designs
Header created by me, Denesha; images from Ali Buttons Designs

This week, we’re starting a new type of currently craving series; instead of posting about a specific item or items that a brand has, we’re going to discuss the designer as well as their brand. It’ll still be the same format you’re used to, just a little more background information on the creative mind behind the brand.

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Beyonce Channels 60s Mod and Audrey Hepburn’s Funny Face For New Countdown Music Video

I am totally loving the preview for Beyonce’s “Countdown” video. It is mod and cute, and fashionable. It reminds me of her “Get me Bodied” video. My favorite part is her reference to Audrey Hepburn’s “Funny Face.” What do you all think?

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One Of My All Time Favorite Fashion Icons

I know this sounds cliche, but its true. Audrey Hepburn is one of my all time favorite fashion icons. She is number one on the list of all of my fashion icons. I love her! The women had a pet deer that she took to the supermarket whenever she went shopping. Really its true. I love the clothes she wore from Givenchy. She looks perfect in every movie. The fur sweater she wore in Charade was so chic. Actually the whole movie was chic. Just look at her Louis Vuitton luggage. That movie and Funny Face were perfection. I think part of the reason I wear a lot of black skinny pants with black shirts and flats was because of Funny Face. She was so graceful and composed. I think she might have gained all of that composure from her ballerina days. My parents and grandma used to laugh at me because I wanted to take Granny’s clawfoot tub and turn it into a sofa for my room just like the one Audrey had in her living room in Breakfast At Tiffany’s. I am still determined to do that whenever I get the money and my own place. Maybe I’m obsessed, but she has really influenced my life in a big and mighty way.

Photos are from Bill Willoughby.