This is some of her lovely campaigns :
Hot on the wheels of the new McLaren-Mercedes SLR Stirling Moss is another Mercedes-powered revamp. The 300SL Panamericana keeps the retro stylings of the original Mercedes 300SL Gullwing – widely regarded as one of the best-looking cars of all time – but incorporates aircraft composite technology into the bodywork and the same 5.5-litre, 370bhp engine as the SLR and AMG models under the bonnet. And it’s meant to be driven as well as admired, with little comforts such as an iPod-friendly radio (otherwise, the instrumentation remains pleasingly old-fashioned) and fitted leather luggage. Expected in 2010, the concept is the work of Arturo Alonso’s Gullwing-America. He himself used to race a Mercedes 300SE in the Carrera Panamericana, a famously lethal Mexican road race turned classic car rally.
From around £178,000 (TBC). firstname.lastname@example.org
John Connor is the man fated to lead the human resistance against Skynet and its army of Terminators. But the future that Connor was raised to believe in is altered in part by the appearance of Marcus Wright, a stranger whose last memory is of being on death row. Connor must decide whether Marcus has been sent from the future, or rescued from the past. As Skynet prepares its final onslaught, Connor and Marcus both embark on an odyssey that takes them into the heart of Skynet’s operations, where they uncover the terrible secret behind the possible annihilation of mankind.
|Also Known As:||
Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins
|Genres:||Action/Adventure, Science Fiction/Fantasy and Sequel|
|Running Time:||114 min.|
|Release Date:||May 21st 2009 (wide)|
|MPAA Rating:||PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action and language.|
Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution
Intermedia Films, Halcyon Company, Lin Pictures
Warner Bros. Pictures
Wonderland Sound and Vision
|U.S. Box Office:||$65,316,217|
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Los Angeles, California, United States
Los Angeles, California, USA
|Produced in:||United States|
Great pose ! Hopefully she didnt sat in that pose for all day ! wakakaka.. But it was worth the shoot i think, because she made a great pose here :)
P.S : Have u seen here in Cannes 2009 red carpet ? Where she wearing a gorgeus gray dress from Roberto Cavalli ??
Good job !!
Love her unique face ! Reminds me of alien ( but in a uber-cool way ). hehehe :D Love her..love her.. love her !!!
Here she is in Italian Vogue May 2009. I want that magazine..
PARIS, March 12, 2009 By Sarah Mower Marc Jacobs ended the season at Louis Vuitton in Paris as he began it with his own show in New York: with the eighties. Different city, different accent, though, and this slice of the late eighties—ruffled, ruched, and poufed as it was—looked as if Jacobs had pulled out his 1987 magazines and worked up a playful homage to Christian Lacroix. He didn’t quite put it that way backstage, however. Jacobs said that, partly in preparation for the Model as Muse exhibition at the Met and his role as honorary chair of the opening gala, he was thinking of “all those great French muses of the late eighties.” Specifically, he cited Marie Seznec (who modeled for Lacroix), Victoire de Castellane (who worked for Chanel), and Inès de la Fressange (who was virtually French fashion mascot in chief at the time). Looking back on those days of chichi fashion extremes brought out a lot of jeune Parisienne frivolity in the clothes, if not the staging, which was done, pseudo-salon style, without a runway (albeit in a large transparent tent parked, as usual, in a courtyard of the Louvre). The chance of a close inspection revealed lots of puffy peplum jackets, tons of shirring and ruching (in print or leather), bubble skirts, bejeweled satin leggings, and a mini lace Marie Antoinette pannier dress with a saucy sheer balconette. Jacobs’ take on big shoulders ran from grosgrain bow-smothered balloon puffs to the widest short coats (in camel or red) on any runway—almost as broad as they were long. It was also a rich accessory fest for the leather goods company. Leather necklaces and belts came fashioned like paper chains, and thigh boots were topped with ruffles and balanced on pearl and glitter-covered heels. The all-important bags had also acquired eighties pie-crust frills and gilded monograms. If it wasn’t quite the fashion tour de force of Vuitton’s Spring collection, this penultimate show of an often dour and cautious season read as a welcome interlude of cheerful, flirty confidence in a post-crash depression.
March 3, 2009 10:20 am
Designers often find inspiration in strange places, but the cover of National Geographic is a new one. Was Karl Lagerfeld purposely referencing the infamous Afghan Girl image from the mag’s June 1985 cover when he put Andreea Stancu in this red hood? You be the judge.
This CD, like the others in the World Series, represents the sound of Hed Kandi’s international dancefloor – albeit with a touch of Latino temperament and attitude in this hot to handle Brazilian edition. You won’t necessarily hear any Brazilian music here, but you will experience what a true Hed Kandi dancefloor feels like, whether it be on the hot sands of a beach party in Salvador or surrounded by South American beauties in the thronging crowd of a Florianopolis nightspot.
We chose Brazil as it has so much to offer those who are seduced by the Hed Kandi lifestyle. Its vibrant cities, sunsoaked beaches, passionate locals and contagious culture all feel very Hed Kandi. We also have many events there, from Rio to Curitiba pretty much every month, not to mention our residency at the mighty Pacha in Sao Paulo. So trust us to deliver you a city that underpins the values that are, essentially Hed Kandi. This is World Series: Brazil. Lindo maravilhoso!
Marlon D. originally from New York City, brought up in a home of Latin decent and Latin influences .He grew up listening to the sounds of Fania All Starz, and Gran Combo. This is where his passion for music in general was cultivated.
Marlon D’s first encounter with house music was in 1989 when he first stepped into a club /party called “Bassline.” He had the pleasure of listening to the sounds of Junior Vasquez. After what he thought was the most extraordinary feeling, his passion and love for music grew stronger throughout the years from listening to icons and legends such as John Robinson, Timmy regisford, and Tony Humphries on the radio to dancing and grooving to Little Louie Vega, David Morales, and Danny Tenaglia in the clubs.
During this time Marlon D took full advantage for the best and went on to work deeply into the “Music Industry.” He did everything from promoting events, to DJ ing, and finally producing music.
Today he is the proud owner of “UNDERGROUND COLLECTIVE” and “UNDERGROUND COLLECTIVE RECORDINGS.” One of the best parties in New York City as well as Independent record label targeting a deep, soulful, sexy, classy, party atmosphere type of sound.
Marlon D is also currently working very closely with John” Jellybean” Benitez and Jellybean recordings putting out some known hits such as
MAXINE INISS ” I APPRECIATE”
JAQUE – “LOVE WILL SAVE THE DAY ”
MARLON D. “THE UC ANTHEM
And two albums on the way both on Underground Collective recordings and Jellybean recordings.
Marlon D’s talent is being monitored very closely and appreciated by the masses as one of the hottest up and coming producer/Dj ‘s in our time . Watch him very closely as it is most certain he will not disappoint you!