ENGLISH PEOPLE

This Means War... which man would you pick?

This Means War... which man would you pick?

  by Lizzie Pyle

Action-comedy This Means War starring Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon, (Water for Elephants, Walk The Line), Tom Hardy (Inception, Warrior) and Chris Pine (Unstoppable, Star Trek) is out today! Two of the world’s top [...]

Tags: English people, Academy Award, British people, Chris Pine, Cinema of the United States, Elephant, Entertainment/Culture, Feature, high-tech surveillance, Human Interest, movie review, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hardy, Walk the Line, Water for Elephants
Sienna & Savannah exit Twenty8Twelve

Sienna & Savannah exit Twenty8Twelve

  by Amy Hopkinson

After six years of heading-up the creative team at Twenty8Twelve, Sienna and Savannah Miller have stepped-down from the brand. Offering little reasoning apart from ‘looking forward to new pastures,’ the industry will now be eagerly [...]

Tags: English people, Brand, news, savannah miller, Sienna Miller, Twenty8Twelve
The Week in Style: 02/12/11

The Week in Style: 02/12/11

  by Amy Hopkinson

Christmas is coming! But how do the celebs mark the opening of the season? With a trip to Stella McCartney’s Bruton Street boutique of course. Spotted mingling amongst the crowds, Kate Moss worked a chic cream jacket over midnight [...]

Tags: English people, actress, British people, Dita Von Teese, Eliza Doolittle, Elizabeth Olsen, Kate Moss, London, New York City, Paloma Faith, Peaches Geldof, Poppy Delevingne, Stella McCartney, the British Fashion Awards
Stella McCartney & Friends welcome Christmas

Stella McCartney & Friends welcome Christmas

  by Amy Hopkinson

Stella McCartney and her bevy of guests, Kate Moss and daughter Lila, Alexa Chung, Dame Kelly Holmes and Emma Bunton and even pops Paul McCartney, marked the official start of the festive season last night, within her Bruton Street [...]

Tags: English people, Alexa Chung, British people, Christmas, Emma Bunton, Jennifer Saunders, Kate Moss, Kelly Holmes, news, Stella McCartney
55th BFI LFF Movie Review - The Deep Blue Sea

55th BFI LFF Movie Review - The Deep Blue Sea

  by Lizzie Pyle

British director Terence Davies's The Deep Blue Sea has brought this year's BFI London Film Festival to a close.  It follows the story of Lady Collyer (Rachel Weisz), a privileged wife of a Judge (Simon Russell Beale) in 1950s London, [...]

Tags: English people, British people, Cannes, Davies, Deep Blue Sea, director, Entertainment/Culture, FAST BUCK FREDDIE, Films, judge, London, London Film Festival, movie review, Natural Disaster, Of Time and the City, pilot, Rachel Weisz, Simon Russell Beale, Terence Davies, Terence Rattigan, The Deep Blue Sea, Tom Hiddlesdon, United Kingdom, Weisz