Monday, October 4, 2010

stars in the sky

Abbey Lee Kershaw for Vogue Germany, August 2010.

After a few moments of speculation, I have decided that I prefer Abbey Lee Kershaw with her brown hair, as opposed to her new bleach-blonde hair.  That is my amazing discovery of the day.

Image from: models.com

4 comments:

  1. heeey thankyou for the comment on my post :) i have a giveaway going on if you would like to join in :) it wouldnt let me follow your blog earlier but i am now :) i was also just wondering how you got the title of your blog posts another colour, i cant seem to do that and also what the font was that you used :) xx

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  2. I think that Abbey Lee is very versatile. So she looks good, no matter what. If I were to choose, I would like if she kept her brown hair, its a little more her, than the blonde hair.

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  3. I agree with you wholeheartedly there: Abbey Lee is extremely versatile in what she does.

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