Today’s Look of the day is a bit of a blonde fest, but I’m going to put my lack of diversity and penchant for beachy blondes down to the sun’s arrival.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is a Blush favourite as she’s really come into her own, sartorially, this year.
The British model looked as young as she did the day she got signed, thanks to an absence of mascara.
In head-to-toe Balmain, sporting the season’s favourite combination of crop top and skater skirt, Rosie’s monochromatic 80s armour was given an injection of youth, with a little foundation, a dusting of bronzer, natural lips and a swept over side-parting.
Just Cavalli couldn’t have a more perfect ambassador in Georgia May Jagger.
The British model also opted for a swept-over sidey as she attended the Delete Blood Cancer gala, in New York this week.
Pairing her lace-trimmed Just Cavalli black dress with strappy white sandals, feline-inspired eyes and blush pink lips, Georgia May perfectly fused her rock and roll roots with red-carpet polish.
It’s so nice to see Carey Mulligan with her hair down.
The British actress who has been doing the publicity circuit for Baz Luhrman’s much-anticipated Great Gatsby, looked ever the VB power woman, in a navy Lanvin shift, black Louboutins and black sunnies.
Demonstrating that peroxide locks can look polished, we’re calling Carey’s look the Peroxide Power Pob. Love.
Erin Wasson may just be the coolest blonde of all-time.
The American Supermodel has the boho rock chick look down to a tee.
Managing to match her honey blonde hair with her leather snakeskin clutch, and boots, Wasson looked as awesome as always in a plunging black V-neck, floor-length cardigan, printed maxi-skirt and black straw fedora, as she attended the Whitney Art Party in New York.