The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed in the backstage of the 64th Annual Academy Awards, held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, in Los Angeles, California (USA), on March 30, 1992.

Audrey was wearing:

  • Evening gown: Givenchy (one shoulder, of organdie in a beautiful shade of pink with stole that hangs from the shoulder, liner of silk, a version created exclusively for her from the same model, original in a shade of navy blue, of his haute couture collection for the Spring/Summer of 1992).
  • Earrings: Givenchy (of his haute couture collection for the Spring/Summer of 1992).

And here’s the video version… 

The Oscars introduction for the Production Design category last Sunday.

These clips were directed & Designed by Henry Hobson with Elastic.

Congratulations to Wes Anderson & everyone who worked on The Grand Budapest Hotel.  Wes has had an enormous influence on my creative life. 

(Shoutout to the Yankee Racers forum!)

872,924 Black men enslaved in U.S. in 1850
1,680,000 Black men currently in correctional control (2015).

Follow this link to find a short video that offers an account of the racist criminal justice system and the wildly disproportionate incarceration rates

"We live in the most incarcerated country in the world. There are more black men under correctional control today than there were under slavery in 1850."

~ John Legend


Giuliana Rancic, E! Fashion Police panelist, disses Disney star, Zendaya on her Oscar’s appearance on an episode of Fashion Police on Monday. Rancic commented on Zendaya’s dreadlocks and her sleek  Vivienne Westwood gown. The Fashion Police panelist fires two racial stereotypical remarks criticizing the 18 year-old. “I feel that she smells like patchouli oil … or weed,” Rancic said during Monday night’s show. “Yeah, maybe weed.” Zendaya reponded with a very respectfully written paragraph [pictured above] posted on her Twitter and Instagram accounts. Many people stick up for the Disney star and her fans give her much support shown on her social media. Other celebrities like Kerry Washington and Ava DuVernay give love and advice out to the young Hollywood star via Twitter. Rancic attempts an apology to Zendaya on her Twitter that says, “Dear @Zendaya, I’m sorry I offended you and others. I was referring to a bohemian chic look. Had NOTHING to do with race and NEVER would!!!”. The View host, Whoopi Goldberg calls her apology ‘weak’ and that Zendaya deserves a phone call apology from Giuliana Rancic. The young star has been doing a very good job so far and even before Rancic’s comments, Vogue labeled Zendaya the “Breakout Star” of the Academy Awards. Zendaya is a very strong and mature young star but we all hope she will keep her head on her shoulders and will continue to be the great role model she is. 

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Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (2010-2014, Updated Version):

2010 - Melissa Leo // The Fighter

2011 - Octavia Spencer // The Help

2012 - Anne Hathaway // Les Misérables

2013 - Lupita Nyong’o // 12 Years a Slave

2014 - Patricia Arquette // Boyhood