• The Devil Wears Prada

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    At last: a reason to brave the cinema-going hordes! I love, love, love the amazing Meryl Streep she cracked me up playing opposite Goldie Horn and Bruce Willis in Death Becomes Her – and now she's back with another must-see flick, The Devil Wears Prada.

    Streep plays Miranda Priestly, the terrifying Editor of fashion bible Runway, and has the power to destroy the career and reputation of a fashion designer with just one stroke of her poisonous pen. When she recruits fashion graduate Andy (played by the beautiful Anne Hathaway) to assist her on the magazine, Priestly delights in setting the frumpy grad impossible tasks. One of which being to get her hands on the unpublished manuscript of a new Harry Potter book.

    Apart from the bitch-fests and embarrassing errands Andy finds herself confronted with, the most amazing thing about this film has to be the clothes. With Sex And The City stylist Patricia Field onboard, The Devil Wears Prada is brimming with gorgeous clothes, shoes, boots, bags and accessories, and features designs ranging from established fashion house such as Oscar De La Renta and Bill Blass, all the way through to more contemporary designers such as Kate Spade, Rebecca Taylor and Donna Karan.

    I'd definitely recommend you guys going to watch this film when it gets released nation-wide on October 6th, and I'll make damn sure I'm first in line when it's available to buy on DVD. If not for a major lesson in how to leave a frumpy image behind and become a fashion goddess, The Devil Wears Prada is a bitchy and often-hilarious insight into the world of fashion and journalism. So don your best red lipstick, your favourite Chanel perfume and a pair of sexy boots, and hot-foot it to your nearest cinema from 6 October for one of this year's must-see fashion flicks and load up on tips to make you become a knock-out style siren. Let the shopping begin!

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