I admit, I always look for the most elegant, the most innovative, and the most stylish attendees. The 17th Annual SAG Awards had a train of elegance this year ranging from couture to vintage.
Archive for January 2011
A Rare Moment with George Clinton as He Talks About His Career While Supporting a Good Cause, AutismBy Kaylene Peoples | January 18th, 2011 | Category: Entertainment, Interviews | 1 Comment »
I ran into legendary George Clinton from the group Parliament-Funkadelic at the 5th Annual Denim and Diamonds for Autism Benefit last fall. He arrived in a Rolls Royce, dressed in Native American headdress and an impressive entourage to boot! I was at the red carpet when his “chariot” arrived. Just as he used to do back in his heyday, once again George Clinton proved that the entrance is everything!
Once again Jodi Picoult with her unique manipulation of interior monologue allows the reader to see into the thoughts of each of her characters, making for suspense as well as objectivity. In House Rules, her 2010 bestseller, the main character, eighteen-year-old Jacob Hunt is autistic, having been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome on the autism spectrum at age three. Jacob has an IQ of 255, has a special interest in forensics analysis, and spends his time setting up crime scenes.
With a Combination of Wearable, Functional Designs, COIN 1804 Offers Today’s Woman a Variety of Pieces That Provide Enduring AppealBy Kaylene Peoples | January 18th, 2011 | Category: Articles, Interviews and Reviews, Fashion | Comments Off on With a Combination of Wearable, Functional Designs, COIN 1804 Offers Today’s Woman a Variety of Pieces That Provide Enduring Appeal
“Fashion is a constant balancing act of the artistic and the practical; without one or the other, it cannot survive. We don’t create clothes to hang in a museum but rather on someone who has hopes, dreams, and aspirations. It has to suit the purposes of the one who will wear it. Otherwise it is of no use at all.”—Garci Lee, Designer for COIN 1804
Ash Gupta “The Swan” is a stunning pictorial shot with beautiful models and a special appearance by Max Ryan photographed exclusively for Agenda Magazine. Click below check it out.
Vera Wang brings a vintage-inspired collection with draping and colorful hues to the runway for her Spring 2011 Collection captured beautifully by Arun Nevader.
The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same, or Are We Getting Better with Age? Here’s to the Last 10 Years of the New Millennium—Happy Eleventh Birthday, 21st Century!By Kaylene Peoples | January 18th, 2011 | Category: Articles | 1 Comment »
Remember when everybody was freaking out over Y2K? If you’re just a teenager, I scarcely expect you to remember that. But the big concern was the computer systems stopping progress, losing valuable, irreplaceable records, maybe even setting off nuclear bombs.
Tennyson E. Stead, an Independent Filmmaker, Talks About the Trials, Creative Processes, and Joys of Making, Marketing, and Realizing the Dream. Filmmaking is not for the Faint-Hearted.By Kaylene Peoples | January 18th, 2011 | Category: Indie Hotspot, Indie Hotspot Feature | 2 comments
I really need that element of science fiction, fantasy, or paranormal activity. That’s what keeps me guessing about what’s just around the corner. Once you sense that the world you’re seeing is different from the world we know, all bets are off.
Nally & Millie – An Affordable Crossover Contemporary Clothing Line Appealing to the Trendy Woman of Every Body TypeBy Kaylene Peoples | January 18th, 2011 | Category: Articles, Interviews and Reviews, Fashion | Comments Off on Nally & Millie – An Affordable Crossover Contemporary Clothing Line Appealing to the Trendy Woman of Every Body Type
Nally & Millie is a crossover contemporary label of tops and dresses in artistic prints and sophisticated solids, designed for versatility, easily switching from daytime to evening. Nally & Millie is the perfectly priced solution that works well with casual denims or for dressier occasions.
One of the special musical numbers is Uncle Fester (Kevin Chamberlin), crooning to the moon. With his rotund belly and beatific smile, Chamberlin is hilarious as he sings “The Moon and Me,” while levitating up and away into the night. We see him become “one” with the object of his affection.