Hi everybody!! Sorry for my lack of updates after the new year, I’ve been busy. I have the last three revamps for Emma’s TV show appearances in 2007: the David Letterman Show, The Early Show and The Today Show. Enjoy! And please don’t hesitate to contact us if you own any of Emma’s items in these outfits, we could do with bigger pictures.
It’s also with a heavy heart that I’ve decided not to host the Best of Emma this year after all. It involves a lot of work and time I don’t have at the moment, and I’d rather dedicate it to the guides. I hope you can understand, and have a nice rest of the week!
The last day of the year is upon us! How was your 2015? Today I bring you two revamped looks that you can wear to any New Year event: Emma’s appearances on The Late Show With David Letterman and Live with Regis and Kelly back in 2010. One is a sparkly look, the other more elegant, but both have a punk twist and are packed with details!
Have the merriest of days, and see you in 2016 with more guides and our “Best of Emma 2015” special! ??
Hi everyone! I finished another Holiday Special revamp in time for the New Year: the My Week With Marilyn London Premiere. This is a very sparkly, elegant look; add some tights and a coat and you get a great winter outfit! I’ll try to make another one, but in the meantime, enjoy!
Third Holiday Look all done! This is Emma’s memorable look from the Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince London Premiere, where she once again chose vintage clothing and wore a flowing Ossie Clark gown. Also sexy and adaptable to any hemisphere you might be spending your holidays in.
I don’t know if I’ll be able to post more guides before Christmas, but again feel free to leave your suggestions and opinions!
Hi everyone! The second revamped guide of my Holidays Special is here! Today I have Emma’s look for the New York Premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1, where she wore a custom Calvin Klein gown. I thought this was a good idea for a sober but sexy outfit, since the dress is easy to replicate by looking for a simple slip dress or having it custom-made, and the idea is to rely more on the accessories.
Enjoy, and remember you can suggest any guides (from the ones we haven’t revamped yet) for me to work on next!