About the people we’re inspired by…
“For anyone aspiring to be anything, I would like them to realise dreams require work. So work big time.”
Better known by her YouTube username Superwoman, a Canadian YouTube personality, vlogger, and comedian.
She is a bawse of her own. She is true to herself which makes her more than just beautiful and original. Her style is original, colourful, sometimes tomboy-ish and unicorn-ish with her unicorn army.
Least bothered of what haters think about her and always smashing skittles on her face!
With a smashing and humble heart and a stylish and bold style, she ia a true Superwoman!
“I don’t really like dressing up. Some people probably think actresses dress up everywhere they go. I’m in sweatpants half the time with my hair in a ponytail.”
An American actress and singer.
She can carry off anything and everything. She is bold, experimental, young, beautiful, talented and what not. She knows how to Kill ’em with Kindness. Her style is sexy, sassy, and never trashy. She is just amazing. She is just simply inspirational and bomb dot com.
“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.”
An American actress and model, sex symbol, Playboy magazine’s first Sweetheart of the Month in 1953, Stars and Stripes magazine’s Miss Cheesecake of 1950, Castroville’s California’s first Artichoke Queen, famous for playing ‘dumb blonde’ roles.
Bold & beautiful, she became one of the most popular sex symbols of the 1950s, emblematic of the era’s attitudes towards sexuality.
Contrary to popular belief, she was actually a natural brunette, she switched her hair colour to blonde after her modeling agent told her to.
Marilyn Monroe was Truman Capote’s original choice for the part of Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, but her agent declined the role because of Monroe’s already ‘not so good’ reputation.
Quick Fact → She was famous for playing ‘dumb blonde’ roles in Hollywood movies. Paradoxically, she was quite intelligent; having an IQ of 168, she was 8 points more intelligent than Albert Einstein!
“Nothing is impossible. The word itself says I’m possible.”
A British humanitarian, actress, a film and fashion icon, active during Holywood’s Golden Age.
One of the most beautiful and talented people of Holywood…she was the one who made class define fashion, after Coco Chanel, of course.
In all her movies, be it Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Sabrina, Roman Holiday or Funny Face she has rocked all her looks, especially the Givenchys.
Some could even argue that Audrey Hepburn is the reason for fashion’s obsession with the iconic LBDs. Her black Givenchy dress along with the 3 strand pearl necklace and beehive updo in Breakfast at Tiffany’s is one of the most iconic ‘Old Hollywood’ photos out there.
Her style has always been feminine, elegant, classy and sophisticated, yet, unconventional and different.