I don’t know about you, but I always love it when TV shows feature fictionalised versions of the fashion industry. I don’t claim by any means to know a lot about it, but it always fascinates me to see what people think this industry is like. Watching Hustle (series 7, episode 1) last night was essentially like watching every well-known fashion industry stereotype in one friendly, sixty-minute bite.
Predictably, the fashion industry (or, one modelling agency in particular) was the villain in last night’s episode, which saw the gang attempt to con Wendy Stanton (Anna Chancellor, St Trinian’s, Spooks) after she had taken money from Eddie’s beautiful blonde niece with dreams of modelling.
Recently, I’ve been trying really hard to make this blog less of a diary and more of a commentary – in my delusional little mind, it seems more professional to keep all of the things I do with my friends out of it. But, then I remembered how much I love reading other people’s blogs about this sort of thing, and how it would be a travesty not to write a Feel-Good Friday about everything that’s really making me smile…
As is our wont, British Style Bloggers created our latest ebook, Christmas With A Cause, too late for Christmas all together. But, we’re very proud of it, and many of the articles featured are poignant and salient when it’s not Christmas at all.
So, I’ve still not quite managed to get myself off Planet Potter. I will be a little bit hyper for a few days yet – I hate to break it to you, but I may as well ease you in to this slowly… (:
Eighteen-year-old auburn beauty, Bonnie Wright, has been playing Harry Potter’s love-interest since the age of nine, and, until recently, her character had quietly and subtextually been pining for Harry – but in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (spoiler warning – although everyone knows by now!), they finally get “together” – although the way they do it in the books is so much more romantic (I’m a girl. Gimme a break!) and is actually far more evident. Eitehr way, Book/Film Six is basicaly the one where both Harry and Ginny finally grow up, and become “who they’re supposed to be”.