Are you ready for a fourth season of Downton Abbey? Join the club. With the release of the season-four trailer, we're remembering why we can't get enough of Downton! The show has single-handedly brought back a fervent interest in Edwardian- and '20s-era fashion and beauty, which could require hours of preparation for one ensemble. Dive into a time before nylons and quick-drying nail polish, and you'll see how much work it would have taken to make Lady Mary beautiful. (Hint: dirty hair is involved.) It's all enough to make a Turkish diplomat lose his breath.
She's the woman we all look to during the red carpet arrivals, Golden Globes E! host Giuliana Rancic. The brunette is wearing her hair up, and interestingly, she's gone for the jewelled Ban.Do Odette Crystal Bobbi Pin ($130). We're thinking Edwardian vampire — agree?
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It was his handlebar moustache that originally caught our eye but there's no denying that Orlando Bloom is sporting a seriously attention-grabbing 'do in The Three Musketeers, which hits cinemas this week. And guess what — it's all his own! Speaking to Sunday magazine, the 34-year-old British actor says:
"I didn't like the idea of wearing a wig, but I wanted to have a hairstyle that would lend itself to the period. I love Teddy Boys [the British '50s subculture inspired by the Edwardian period], so that's where the quiff came from. My hair was brushed up and sprayed."
There's no word on what his gorgeous wife, Miranda Kerr, thought of his longer locks but given that he'd had a trim for the film's world premiere in London last week, we're guessing that he prefers a shorter style. Do you like it when stars embrace the role and switch up their own look or are wigs OK with you?