This week in #Twitterati, Gossip Girl gets a fashionable farewell, everyone tweets about Anne Hathaway's bondage–inspired boots, and another Beckham makes his modeling debut. For more scoop-filled Twit-bits, keep reading this week's most happening fashion moments as tweeted, hash-tagged, and trended in the Twitter-verse.
Twitter Says Farewell to Gossip Girl
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Au revoir Gossip Girl (or should we say Dan Humphrey). Last night marked the end of an era and, as expected, fashion's biggest names took to Twitter, to say their goodbyes. Sequin Jewelry tweeted, "
@gossipgirl we're excited to see how it ends, but oh so sad to see it go!" Polyvore got nostalgic tweeting, "Bye, @gossipgirl! You were a great show and a true fashion inspiration! #GG." Agreed. Maybelline New York tweeted, "Ladies & gents, it's been a pleasure watching Gossip Girl with u over the past few years. Hope u loved the finale as much as I did. xoxo #GG." While others reminisced about the show's fierce fashion get-ups. "It was love at first tights! How Gossip Girl's Blair Waldorf changed one of our editor's style forever." (Fashionista.com). DKNY PR Girl got Twitter-teary remembering her first time hash-tagging television's biggest fashion hit since...SJP. "I actually remember when I made up the #GG hashtag. I just thought I have too much to say & #gossipgirl is too many letters. End of an era."
And who could forget the reactions to the finale? Derek Blasberg tweeted, "At a dinner with
@KellyRutherford and she just blew my and @TheLSD's minds: DAN HUMPHRIES IS GOSSIP GIRL!? (And Serena still marries him?)" While #Twitterati was also a bit confused over the fact that Blake Lively, I mean Serena Van der Woodsen married Gossip Guy, weirder things have happened on this show. C'est la vie #GG.
Anne Hathaway Wears Bondage-Inspired Tom Ford
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From TV to the big screen, it seems like everyone who is anyone couldn't stop tweeting about Anne Hathaway's one-of-a-kind dominatrix-inspired look. Marie Claire tweeted, "Can we please talk about Anne Hathaway in this Tom Ford ensemble at the NYC premiere of
#LesMis last night?" Refinery 29 added, "Anne Hathaway channels Fifty Shades of Grey in dominatrix Tom Ford boots."
Fashion editor and stylist, Louise Roe tweeted, "Dying a chic death over Anne Hathaway's bondage boots here… Would YOU wear them??" While Glamour Fashion added, "What do you think of Anne Hathaway's ultra funky Tom Ford footwear on the red carpet?" E News answered on behalf of the Twitter-Kingdom, "Anne Hathaway Wears Tom Ford Knee-High Gladiator Sandals—and Nails It!" The WSJ's Elizabeth Holmes further emphasized, "I agree with
@tomandlorenzo – Anne Hathaway is really gunning for an Oscar with her Tom Ford ensemble." Others weren't quite as taken. The Buzz's Amy Odell responded, "And how are you feeling about the Tom Ford??? Shoes that look like prosthetics, etc.?" As the saying goes, "Can't make everyone happy."
Romeo Beckham Scored His Very First Campaign
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It was only a matter of time…The Huffington Post confirmed, "It's official: a Beckham boy is modeling." Building on the fashion suspense, Fashionista.com added, "One of the Beckham boys just scored his very first Burberry campaign—and it wasn't David!" The British fashion house shortly confirmed its latest celebrity campaign tweeting, "Introducing the new
@Burberry Spring/Summer 2013 campaign featuring Romeo Beckham." As for what the rest of #Twitterati's fashion elite had to say regarding Burberry's latest face:
"Romeo Beckham steals the show in Burberry's new campaign." (British Elle)
"Romeo Beckham is the adorable new face of Burberry." (The Cut)