oscar winner

Still my favourite line

You are probably going to be a very successful computer person 

But you’re going to go through life thinking that girls don’t like you because you’re a nerd 

And I want you to know from the bottom of my heart that that won’t be true 

It’ll be because you’re an asshole. 

Christoph Waltz gets a mention for his unflashy, elegant style

Here’s the Google translation:

From a certain age onwards, actors are particularly susceptible to stylistic antics. In order to distract the world and its fans from the physical decay, even artistically valuable contemporaries are lost more and more in the teenage departments of boutiques and online shops. Affine eyeglass frames (Brad Pitt), postpubertal ethno wrap bracelets (Colin Farrell), or the worrying fixation on kart-type head covers (Johnny Depp) make doubt of the ability to dignify aging in the perform.

Contrary to most of the Hollywood mimes haunted by the youth craze, Christoph Waltz avoids the grip on an embarrassing accessory. The Austrian actor and two-time Oscar winner evidently rejects the sexist calendar, after which a cheese matures, but not a man. The 59-year-old artist appeared in black on an official date in Los Angeles. The suit, the shirt, and even the necktie, are reminiscent of those beautiful, unfortunately long-gone times, when looking at grown-ups made far fewer eyes than nowadays.

The consequent renouncement of signal colors has a sovereign effect on graying contemporaries. The stereotype of the existentialist poet and espresso chimney from the left bank of the Seine has now become so faded that meanwhile, with the intellectual uniform of the 60’s against all the brightly colored profile neurotics from the industry purely outwardly again. Black wins.

According to an interview posted by Salon:  “I just like feeling comfortable and as far as I’m concerned I’m really dressed up. I am very happy to talk about it. I don’t do frocks and absolutely don’t do heels, I have a bad back. I look ridiculous in a beautiful gown. This was a homage to ‘Mad Max’ and I obviously didn’t get it quite right at the BAFTAs — the scarf was meant to be an oil rag.” -Jenny Beavan, oscar winner.


Kids recreate celeb looks at the 2014 Oscars!

Another brilliant work from photographer Tricia Messeroux for her yearly ToddleWood project.