Saturday, November 28, 2009

When London Calls, Dita Answers

Look at this perfection right here. Just look at it. Not one hair out of place, not one blemish on that face and not a stitch or seam askew. That takes some serious dedication, people. The thought of even blowdrying my hair makes me tired, so I can only imagine the time and effort that goes into maintaining Dita's full on, committed level to bringing you the hotness 24/7 each and every day. Then again I suppose that's a small price to pay for living her dream. The girl is currently on a whirlwind trip through Europe promoting her new book "Dita: Striptease". As of yesterday she was in London, England, where she signed copies of her novel in Waterstone's Piccadilly for two straight hours without even breaking a sweat. Not only that, she did it in this delectible Alexander McQueen cap sleeve houndstooth dress that retails for a cool $1,845. Ah, to live in a world where McQueen dresses are possible and luxury is your middle name.
And speaking of luxury, the burlesque performer uploaded pics to her twitter throughout yesterday, remarking on how amazing the ammenities were in her hotel room. "The Dorchester London has some of the most exquisite authentic 40's Hollywood Regency penthouses in the world, like a movie set" she said, twitpicing photos of the suite including her bathroom which boasted everything you might have expected to see at Bettie Page's house during her heyday. I mean for God's sake the woman's toilet sea was a gold sea shell. A gold sea shell! It's like she's living in a goddamn Disney movie! I don't care what anyone says, if you pee on gold, your life is probably going pretty decent. That girl is living the dream I tell you. Living. The. Dream.
Anyway here are some more pics of the fabulous Ms. Von Teese looking scrumptious as well the pics she posted to her twitter. Because I may be jealous, but damned if I'm not a sucker for architecture and detail.


Keith said...

She is incredibly beautiful and stylish.

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