Hello Gorgeous Ladies!

Last night, I attended Kiera Chaplin's, granddaughter of the legendary Charlie Chaplin, press preview of her signature collection, Tramp, for Unstoppable. Unstoppable is an accessory and tee shirt line, worn by celebs, designed and created by Voula Duval, seen below (right) with Kiera. The brand's mantra is that everyone has a destiny and should have the idea and mindset that they are to be "unstoppable" when attempting to achieve it. Kiera's signature collection is named 'tramp' in celebration of her grandfather's most successful silent film, Kid Auto Races at Venice, in which his well known character, and alter ego, "little tramp" was born, a 100 years ago this month (February 7th)!

I have to apologize to you guys ahead of time for the blurriness in some pictures. We were experiencing some issues with the camera, due to multiple reasons. First, there was A LOT of photographers taking photos, as you could imagine, and I think the intense flashing and lighting clashed with ours. Plus, the event was in a location that was pretty dark inside and our camera apparently didn't like that, lol! 

Kiera & Voula Duval: Kiera is modeling an Unstoppable sweatshirt and Voula is modeling an Unstoppable hat

Photo Credit: Paul Prince

Photo Credit: Paul Prince

Photo Credit: Paul Prince

Photo Credit: Paul Prince


Kiera & I 


Charlie Chaplin as his character, Little Tramp


As for the look I chose, since Charlie Chaplin is known as a legend in classic old time movies, I wanted to go with an overall classic look. I opted for a red lip and bronze smokey eye and a bun, so the detailing on the collar of my blouse would show. I wore my leopard printed jacket (classic and timeless print) as a cape with the collar peeking through on top. I chose to wear flared jeans because I felt it complimented the top portion of my look rather nicely. 

Have YOU guys ever watched any of Charlie Chaplin's old films? 



JACKET: Express

BLOUSE: New York & Company

JEANS: 7 for all mankind (Marshall's)

CLUTCH: Michael Kors (Marshall's)


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