by Lucire staff/January 19, 2011/2.07
We’re catching our breath post-Golden Globes. Elyse Glickman and Leyla Messian will ﬁle from Los Angeles early next weekâ€”it’s all coincided with a move we’re making out in California. Our coverage of the Harvey Weinsteinâ€“Relativity Media party is now onlineâ€”this was the Golden Globes’ celebration to attend, with the likes of Colin Firth, Katey Sagal, Nicky Hilton, Paris Hilton, Nicole Kidman, Bruce Willis, Robert de Niro, Matt Damon, Eva Longoria and Jennifer LÃ³pez attending.
There have been, of course, other things happening outside of the Globes. Dressesonly.nl, a successful Dutch boutique, was set up by two sisters, Miriam and Jolanda, two and a half years ago. As Miriam tells it, ‘I couldnâ€™t ﬁnd the perfect dress online. That made me decide to start an online shop myself, specialized in selling dresses from well-known brands for several occasions.’
The good news for people outside the Benelux region is that the sisters have created an international store, Dressesonly.com (above), with international brands, new stock every week (and sometimes every day), small collections, so that customers can have something distinctive, and worldwide delivery.
Chanel’s ofﬁce, meanwhile, informs us that Rouge Coco Shine (left) is out, with 25 ‘vibrant semi-sheer shades’. We haven’t tested these yet but we are told that the texture becomes ﬂuid on contact with the lips, using a mixture of wax and plant-based Phytosterol derivatives. Just to whet our appetites more, they included an image of Peter Philips working on Vanessa Paradis (above right).
Chanel would like to add that it did provide the make-up for January Jones, Michelle Williams, Dianna Agron, and Anne Hathaway (by Rachel Goodwin, Jeanine Lobell, Angela Levin, Kate Lee respectively) at the Golden Globes. News in the early part of this week, it appears, cannot get away from the event.
Dianna Agron: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images; Anne Hathaway: Jason Merritt/Getty Images