SJP: Fifty and fabulous

SJP at 50

It probably comes as no surprise that my ultimate inspiration is Sarah Jessica Parker, and on 25 March, my idol turned the big 5-0.

Hard to believe really, and although this incredible woman has had to compete with an alter ego that has somewhat overtaken her, my affinity with SJP does actually go beyond Carrie Bradshaw.

From playing Annie on Broadway, dating Robert Downey Jr (*drool*) and luring children to their deaths in Hocus Pocus, to marrying Ferris Bueller, introducing the world to Cosmopolitans and creating her own shoe collection – SJP is my favourite female.

So, happy 50th birthday Sarah Jessica Parker – here’s to the next 50.

– love Stef x

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WTF has R-Pattz done to his hair?!

Oh Rob, we do love to swoon over thee, but what the EFF have you done to your hair?

I mean from the front ok, it’s all dishevelled and doesn’t look much different.

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BUT WAIT…

We step into serious Joey Essex territory and now I’m just nervous.

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THEN THIS HAPPENS.

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DUDE. Really?

I am mortified.

– love Carla x

Marty McFly Power Laces Coming Next Year

That’s right folks, according to Nike designer Tinker Hatfield, the power laces will be coming to us in 2015, which happens to be the same year Marty travels to in Back to the Future Part II.

The Nike Air Mag, are THE shoes, and are practically an exact replica of what we see in the movie – LED lights and all. They will be rechargeable and good to wear for 5 hours at a time – Nike will be making a few tweaks for comfort though.

I am literally so excited it’s unreal. The Back to the Future movies are my all-time favourites, and I know they’re only trainers, but they may as well be the DeLorean and the Flux Capacitor with the Doc and Einey inside. That’s how excited I am. I am practically giddy writing this post.

And if that isn’t cool enough, the Nikes are being made for a fantastic cause, with the proceeds going to the Michael J Fox Foundation in the hope to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease.

The only downside is there will only be 1500 pairs made, and to make them even more difficult to get hold of, they’ll be auctioned on Ebay. Sigh.

Will you try and get your hands on these? I imagine they will be very expensive, but if I was loaded, I’d be all over that!

– love Carla x