23/5 21:26~Serendipity: Non ho idea se ci sia o no una area per le presentazione, ma in ogni caso: è un forum meraviglioso *W* Complimenti ragazze ♥
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19/10 22:34Gloredhel: Eh, qua da un sacco ci sono solo io XD comunque si, ora è un blog ed è aperto anche a non utenti/vecchi utenti/chiunque ^__^ le vecchie sezioni non sono state cancellate, solo che posso accedervi solo io. Pubblicamente è un blog
17/10 0:40~CoffeeAddicted<3: non venivo su questo forum da veramente troppo tempo ed è completamente rivoluzionato! uao! ma quindi ora non ci sono più le sezioni? è diventato un blog?
23/9 21:23Fecalina: heiii wow che bellissimo forum *-*
7/7 0:14Gloredhel: uhhh bello vederti qui!! Grazie! Attivo è un parolone, sono solo io XD però messo come blog si nota meno ahah Se vuoi puoi commentare quello che vuoi, non ci sono presentazioni/obblighi per farlo ^^
3/7 6:27OhLively: Bellissimo forum <3 Ormai sono piena di speranze per i Serenate nella s6 *-* btw é stupendo il fatto che ci sia un forum serenate attivo :O
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Blake Lively on Designing her New Kitchen The actress speaks to ELLEDECOR.com in an exclusive interview on designing her kitchen in Bedford, New York
Actress Blake Lively won over television and film audiences with her starring role on Gossip Girl and critically acclaimed performance in The Town, and her sartorial choices have landed her on many best-dressed lists and as a face of CHANEL handbags. Now that she's purchased a home in Bedford, New York, she's poised to bring her personality and style to the decorating world as well. An avid cook, Lively is starting the process with a top-of-the-line kitchen, and invited La Cornue President, Xavier Dupuy to the set of Gossip Girl to discuss the project. "She knew exactly what she wanted," says Dupuy, whose grandfather founded the company over 100 years ago. Since La Cornue ovens are never mass-produced, Lively has been involved in the design of hers—from choosing colors and metals to size and functionality. "Our customer is a true gourmand," says Dupuy, a fitting statement for Lively, whose cooking has been lauded in the press by former costars and Bedford neighbor Martha Stewart.
ELLEDECOR.com spoke to Lively about her plans for her new home.
ELLE DECOR: Congratulations on your new home. What inspired you to choose the house?
Blake Lively: Thank you. The location is great. And we loved the kitchen. It's really the family room.
ED: You’re known for your personal style—does that influence your decor?
BL: Design, whether it's on your body or in your home is the same thing. It’s mixing different colors, different textures, and unexpected patterns—elements that you wouldn’t often put together in an interesting way. That’s also why I look for things that you don’t see everywhere, things that are elegant. And I’m always looking for pieces that make a statement.
ED: Do you have any decorating "rules"?
BL: No. You have to go with your instinct. If you don’t try it, you end up doing it later anyway, and then you end up paying to do it twice! There are things that I just have to try. And yes, sometimes it doesn’t work, but I really think you should just do what makes you happy.
ED: What will your kitchen be like?
BL: Since my kitchen is the most important part of my home, I want to be creative and innovative, not only in its aesthetic, but also in the tools that I'm using to cook. I learned about La Cornue when I was going to school in the south of France. I was on a road trip, stuck in traffic, when I looked to my left and saw the most beautiful ranges I’ve ever seen in my life. I left my car there and jumped out to run to the window. Everybody was honking at me. I took a picture of the window and I thought: One day I’m going to have that!
When I got home, I had to find it. Turns out other people knew about La Cornue (laughs). It wasn’t something that I discovered. The story behind the company and the quality made me want to be a part of it. These ovens are timeless, they're something you can give your grandkids.
ED: You choose the color Ocean Blue for your oven. What inspired that?
BL: That was the hardest part—so many beautiful colors! This oven is going to be the centerpiece of my kitchen so I wanted something daring but also timeless. I wanted to feel like I could change up other parts of the kitchen and the oven would remain classic. At first I thought a fuchsia or oxblood, but the blue seems like a bold color that's still grounded, because it has a little bit of a grey undertone. It’s a jewel tone with a little storminess. You can also mix the different metals, can go all-stainless, or copper, or brass. It’s such a fun experience—I'm still deciding on my combination! I can’t tell you how many hours I’ve spent on the website.
Blake Lively’s My London Interview with Evening Standard Magazine about her “London experience”.
New York. I live in Manhattan.
Where do you stay in London?
I’ve never found the one place to stay but I saw a hotel on the Goop website called Blakes that I really want to try.
Last show you saw?
Rent in the West End, which at the time had Caprice in it. It was very funny watching a musical about New York and the Lower East Side with the cast all speaking in British accents.
First thing you do when you arrive?
Go to the Hat-Gallery M/V on Earl’s Court Road. It has such beautiful, interesting pieces, some of which I would buy but never actually wear. When I’m back in New York I get the staff to send me photos because I love the hats so much.
Gossip Girl's Hottest Guy, Chace Crawford, Shares His Grooming Pet Peeves (and He's Got a Bunch)
After six years of playing a rich kid from the Upper East Side, the former Gossip Girl actor is unemployed, bearded, and can't be bothered to shop for new clothes. (We'd be more concerned if he didn't have the genetic makeup of a Ken doll.) Details caught up with him while he was hanging out with Gillette at the Super Bowl.
DETAILS: You've been loyal to the five-day beard for some time now. Have you thought about giving up the scruff for a clean shave?
CHACE CRAWFORD: I think that's why Gillette invited me to this Kiss and Tell experiment. Right now I have the two-week unemployment beard. I don't think anyone could get me to shave. I had to shave for six years while on the show. And when you look like you're fifteen with a clean shave, you have to have a beard.
DETAILS: Let's pretend I'm in your bathroom. Is there anything in there you'd be embarrassed for me to find?
CHACE CRAWFORD: I was just about to make a bad joke. A nose-hair trimmer? Is that embarrassing? Do people still use those?
DETAILS: Is there one grooming essential you splurge on?
CHACE CRAWFORD: That would have to be my electric toothbrush. I really like my electric toothbrush.
DETAILS: Your sister is a former beauty queen, and you've spent hundreds of hours under an HD camera. Has she given you advice for looking fresh-faced?
CHACE CRAWFORD: Don't go out and have 15 drinks before you have to wake up early. Most of the time I would get in there and they would shave my face off with an electric razor, slap a little stuff on, and we'd be ready to shoot.