Color by Kim Akrigg
Rebecca Marshall has had an incredible start to 2012, with a number of exciting projects on the horizon. Last summer Rebecca spent six weeks in Cape Cod and Boston filming “That’s My Boy” with Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg, which hits theaters this Father’s Day Weekend (June 15th, 2012). Rebecca plays the role of Kelly within this ensemble cast that includes Hollywood A-listers Leighton Meester, Susan Sarandon and James Caan.
“That’s My Boy” follows the journey of dead-beat dad and foul-mouthed hedonistic playboy (Adam Sandler) who is faced with a bill for back-taxes. He arrives on his straight-laced son##Q##s (Andy Samberg) doorsteps just before his wedding day and everything unfolds. This fun filled adventure had Rebecca working closely with the producers giving her the confidence to produce the indie sci-fi feature “Life Tracker”
Name one regrettable purchase?
One time I was obsessed with these white studded Christian Louboutin shoes and I wanted them so bad that when I found out they didn’t have my size left anywhere I bought them one size smaller.
Story by Shauna Ireland Photos byYanaK
Spring fever is in the air! I don’t know about you but I am looking forward to slipping into the latest bold statement making prints to cool color combos for the warm weather season ahead. I have decided to ditch the runway and head straight to the patio to taste the most edible fashion trends!! Spring Cocktails!
I had a chance to catch up with “Iron Chef America’s” and “The Thirsty Traveler” host Kevin Brauch at the “Martinis with Men” event inTorontohosted by Eligible Social Club. Kevin has travelled the globe exploring food and beverages fine-tuning his craft. We should be thanking this man who has made a career out of mastering the mix! Tom Cruise who??
Jacqueline Conoir & JAC embody the feminine aesthetic with an edge; an on-trend sophistication apparent throughout both lines, which highlight designer Rozemerie Cuevas’s talent for infallible tailoring, textile mixing, and styling. The first show was Jacqueline Conoir, presented as a pseudo photo-shoot, in which the models appeared in groups of two or three (a refreshing twist), posing in carefully crafted suits, skirts, dresses, jackets and trenches. The color palate was primarily cool comprising of black, plum, grey, turquoise, crimson red, dark goldenrod with a hint of camel hues. As such, the stand-out piece of the line was a brassy colored, long sleeve, and print dress. I appreciated the ease in which the dress hung on the model’s body; a classic way to be effortlessly sexy.