Now that summer is well and truly just a distant memory for us (sigh) we can indulge in dark lips, pale skin and smokey eyes with the reinvented 90’s Gothic look that has been featured in Emerald Street with “sophisticated” berry lipsticks and on the runway of Gucci, recreated on The Telegraph by Ruth Crilly in a great video tutorial.
I found an interview with the makeup artist who, at the time, was working on Twin Peaks and she gave some great tips on Continue reading
Gentlemen. I know that I normally only write posts about fancy dress ideas for women but it struck me that Twin Peaks has plenty of great male characters that would make the perfect Halloween costume.
So I’ve put together some ideas to help you create your own Special Agent Dale Cooper look. All together now…”How’s Annie?”
Since I posted about Audrey Horne being my style icon I’ve seen quite a lot of interest from people regarding the blouse that features a cute tree print.
The top is more like a twin-set cardigan Continue reading
As I mentioned in my post about Audrey Horne, I love Twin Peaks. Every time I lay eyes on my box set of the series I have the urge to watch it all over again.
Whether you love Audrey Horne’s brogues and sweaters or the check shirts and oversized knitwear of Donna Hayward, I’ve been nosing around finding what I think would be perfect to recreate the Twin Peaks look this winter. Continue reading
After much deliberating and browsing for ideas, my choice of Halloween costume came down to three choices:
1. Silent Hill Nurse
2. Laura Palmer
3. Lisa Garland (also Silent Hill)
Responsible for prompting me to pencil in a small beauty spot just next to my left eye as a teenager, Audrey Horne waltzed into my lounge in 1990, mesmerised me and became my winter style icon as I grew up.