In honor of the 84th Annual Academy Awards airing tonight, a look back at iconic moments from years past.
Welcome to the first installment of my ‘How I Got Married Twice’ series. As a preface to the series, I started with How I Met My Husband, followed by How I Got Engaged. Now in order to cover our two weddings on two continents, I have 14 posts in store, scheduled to air throughout the month. I hope you’ll continue to follow along with these stories,
I fell in love with a film buff.
As a young girl growing up in the nineteen 80s, Saturday mornings equaled Style with Elsa Klensch, a runway fashion and all-things-design show reported by CNN reporter Ms. Klensch. It was via Klensch’s Australian accent that I was first introduced to CHANEL, the fashion house founded by Coco (Gabrielle) CHANEL in 1909. Karl Lagerfeld has been CHANEL’s head designer since 1983.
The brand’s first fragrance,
In this 1969 western, Paul Newman and Robert Redford star as the bank robbing leaders of the Hole-in-the-Wall Gang: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
In this screenshot, The Sundance Kid visits the home of his lover Etta Place (played beautifully by Katherine Ross). This interior is inspired by her bedroom.
Image of Redford and the scene behind are screenshots by Sarah Sarna.
One of the absolute best romantic comedies, ever, The Lady Eve (1941) stars Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda as a con artist and a brewery heir who cross paths on a transatlantic trip. The result is incredibly charming.
For a Lady Eve inspired interior, I began by refashioning the glossy-white exterior of a Las Vegas Chanel boutique into the walls of a Dining Room. Chanel’s nautical influence is referential of a yacht or luxury liner,