Tuesday, 6 November 2012

"MOVE YOUR BLOOMIN' ARSE!" NICOLE KIDMAN IN L'WREN SCOTT - DERBY DAY, FLEMINGTON PARK, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

WHEN I WAS LITTLE I LOVED THE 1964 FILM, 'MY FAIR LADY'. ESPECIALLY THE "MOVE YOUR BLOOMIN' ARSE" SCENE.
SO WHEN NICOLE KIDMAN LED THE FASHION FIELD AT DERBY DAY IN FLEMINGTON PARK, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, WITH A L'WREN SCOTT DESIGNED, AUDREY HEPBURN INSPIRED BLACK AND WHITE LACE DRESS, I WAS A LITTLE EXCITED TO SEE WHAT SHE HAD DONE.

"IT'S INSPIRED BY 'MY FAIR LADY'. IT'S ONE OF MY FAVOURITE MOVIES. WE DECIDED TO DO SOMETHING THAT WAS FUN AND A BIT DIFFERENT" SAYS NICOLE.

I HAVE TO SAY I LOVE WHAT THEY'VE DONE, BUT I HAVE ONE MAJOR CRITIQUE.
WHY DIDN'T SHE USE AN AUSTRALIAN DESIGNER. 
WE HAVE MANY SHE COULD OF USED, FOR EXAMPLE, OUR COUTURE KING, ALEX PERRY, JOSH GOOT, BEC & BRIDGE AND THE LIST GOES ON.

I MIGHT BE A LITTLE FUSSY, BUT YOU'RE IN MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA'S FASHION CAPITAL, I AM QUITE CERTAIN THERE WAS ONE SPARE AUSSIE DESIGNER THAT WOULD OF LOVED TO HAVE DRESSED YOU.

HER DERBY DAY HAT WAS DESIGNED BY BRITISH DESIGNER STEPHEN JONES.