Because you can't have depths without surfaces.
Linda Grant, thinking about clothes, books and other matters.

Sunday, 2 November 2008

Interview in the Toronto Star

with photo - so what do we think about that £60 foundation that Mary Greenwell made me buy?

8 comments:

Deja Pseu said...

Fabulous!

http://madamesuggia.blogspot.com/ said...

Worth every penny...

marian D said...

You look glowing (and happily glowing too, which I doubt is just the foundation). And is that luxuriously warm-looking garment you're wearing The Coat?

Claire said...

Your skin looks absolutely flawless!

Toby Wollin said...

Gorgeous skin. Period.

phyllis said...

Gowa-chuss!

lagatta à montréal said...

Yes, you have lovely skin. Sure the foundation brightens everything up for the camera, but the skin is yours.

Not all English Roses are Blondes!

Another well-known genocide survivor here who is famous for his style as well as his talent is the Rwandan-Québécois singer Corneille: http://www.corneille.ca/biography.php

Healing power of clothes?

Though the English version stupidly calls the Rwandan genocide the largest one in modern history ("recent" would have been a more accurate choice)...

miss cavendish said...

You look lovely!