Fashion's Troubled Relationship with The Lonely Doll
Yesterday, news broke of a bizarre break-in that occurred this past Saturday at actress Famke Janssen's Greenwich Village home. The X-Men star allegedly returned after a day of running errands to find that, while none of her belongings were missing, someone had left a copy of the 1957 children's book The Lonely Doll on a shelf in her room. According to reports, Janssen claims to not own the book. The thing is... we don't totally believe her. It's not that we think she's a liar--but we find it a little hard to believe that Janssen wasn't affected by the book at least a little bit in her youth. According to our cursory research, members of the fashion industry in particular have been--and Janssen did start her career as a model, after all.
50 Years of Bond Girl Fashion
The lastest James Bond flick, Skyfall, hits US theatres today, and while much ado is made about who the hottest Bond is (that would be Sean Connery, in this writer's opinion, followed closely by Daniel Craig), the Bond girls are the ones who really steal the show. This year is the 50th anniversary of the Bond movie franchise, and we've gone way back to 1962 to analyze Bond girl fashion. Click through to check out the most iconic Bond girls and their style--from Honey Ryder (played by Ursula Andress) in the very first 007 movie to Skyfall's Sévérine (Bérénice Marlohe), who definitely deserves to be in the list of memorable Bond girls.