24 November 2008

Twilight Movie

WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOLIERS! But really if you have read the book, I wouldn't really worry. But you have been warned.

Heyy Everyone,

I went to see the twilight movie on Saturday! It was AMAZING! I loved it! It did not ruin the book for me at all! Of course it was not as good as the book, but I never expected it to be, since they never are. All of the actors did an amazing job, and Robert Pattinson is extreemly hot in the moive. Once the movie ended I wanted to go buy another ticket and go see it again. lol. There wasn't enough of the other vampires, like Alice, as I would have liked. We really didn't get to see their characters as much as you do in the books. Edward however was perfect and beautiful. Everytime he was on the screen I couldn't help but squel a little, I came home and changed the back ground of my computer to a picture of him. If you liked the books and even if you didn't I suggest you go and see Twilight!
Here are some pictures:

Kristen Stewart:

I really like this dress, its simple and cute.

I love the top half of this outfit. Not so much the bottom.

The cast at Much:

This was so amusing to watch. People would ask questions and they never really directly answered the questions. If you get the chance check it out at muchmusic.com

Elizabeth Reaser

I love the colour of this dress.

Rachelle Lefevre

She's Canadian! She was seemed really nice at the Much interview, and she was very down to earth.

Nikki Reed:

I really like the print of this dress.

The Cullens. I loved what they wore in the movie. They always looked so put together.

Robert Pattinson is so hot! I couldn't stop from squeling. I loved him in Harry Potter and he was even better in Twilight. Cedric Diggory just didn't get enough screen time, but Edward does. :D. Does anyone else think that he kind of looks like Ed Westwick?

See, sorta? It's even more from the side profile, but I couldn't find any good pictures.
Anyway I hope you all have a good week. I will try to post more often.

11 November 2008

Lara Presber

Heyy Everyone!

I haven't done a Canadian Designer post in a while, so I decided to do one today. I have found some new designers to feature.
Lara Presber was an architect who turned into a fashion designer. This can be seen through out this unique collection. All the clothes are designed and produced here in Canada. Her fall 2008 collection is full of earth tones with pops of metallic here and there.

Here are some of my favourites:

I really like all the different colours in this dress. It is beautiful. I really like how it sort of looks like an animal print, but you can't place your finger on what animal it is.

I love this skirt. It is a beautiful colour and has such great texture.

I love this entire outfit. I really like the blue colour of the skirt. The top is amazing, I love how it flares out a little bit at the bottom. It has such clean lines.

This dress has such an interesting shape and a great texture.

I really like the wide leg pants, and the texture of the top. All of her pieces have amazing texture. I like how the top is cut.

Check more out here.

Today is Remembrance day. Please take the time to remember all those who have given their lives to protect their countries, and all those who continue to put their lives on the line for their country.
I hope that everyone has an amazing week.

5 November 2008

Skate Canada International

Heyy Everyone,
This weekend was the Homesense Skate Canada International. This year it was held in Ottawa, and the Canadians did us proud. We brought home medals in every event. Gold in the men and women competition and silver in dance and pairs. I personally love to watch the skating and I am so proud of the Canadian team. It looks like we are well prepared for Vancouver 2010.

Jessica Dube and Bryce Davidson are amazing. I don't love them as much as I loved Jamie and David, but I still find them a joy to watch.
Patrick Chan showed what he could do when he beat Jeffery Buttle (who recently announced his retirement) at the past Canadians.I don't know much about Ice dance personally, but I love to watch it because it is "pure" skating. It is more about the edges since there are no jumps. It was Vanessa Crone and Paul Poirier's first time competing at an international senior event, and they did amazing.

Joannie Rochette blew the competition out of the water, winning by about 20 points. She has grown so much in the past year. The women's event is the one I most identify with (since I skate singles).
Congrats to all the skaters, and good luck in their next competitions.
I haven't done a Canadian Designer post in a while, so I will do one within the next week or so.
I hope that everyone has an amazing week.