Blake Lively has been jet-setting across the globe promoting a slew of new films as well as filming the new season of Gossip Girl in Paris with the rest of the cast. Press tours are a great opportunity to showcase different styles hot off the runways and Blake's long and lean body makes her the perfect mannequin, already favoured by many of fashion's top players including Editor-In-Chief of Vogue US, Anna Wintour.
Blake looked feminine in masculine tailored trousers with a wrap obi-style belt & an oatmeal blouse by Preen at a premiere for her Ben Affleck directed flick 'Town'. Blake didn't wear the trousers at the Toronto International Film Festival. Instead she opted for a blood red sequinned bodycon dress by Chanel and matching pumps. Earlier in the month she was spotted at Fashion Night Out in NYC in a colourful print bustier number by Marchesa.
Masculine chic, blonde bombshell, pared down girl next door-what can't Blake pull off with ease? How about her troubled character in gritty crime drama 'Town'?
Charlestown is a world away from the glossy upper east side of Serena Van Der Woodseen.
My name is Jasmin but I've always liked boys with girls' names and names that end in -ie.
I'm an insomniac. I like to stay up late to watch the sky change from blue to black to beige and blue again. I'm a critically indecisive realist whose in love with the little things. I enjoy writing lists and schedules but never stick to them. I want to learn to do a million things like speak Swedish, play guitar, skateboard, hula hoop and play poker. My mind is always turning over a million things but I am a simple girl and I never ask for much. I'm a typical nerd and I'm excited by fashion, photography, books, ideas and theories.
I could pour through books and magazines until my eyes dribbled down my face in a torrent of glitter and sequins. It's true.
I like to paint what I write, write what I think and photograph what I see.
"Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everybody I've ever known." Chuck Palahniuk, INVISIBLE MONSTERS