Admittedly, it has been a while since I have done one of these. (Was the last one the Oscars?! Wow where has the time gone…) Needless to say, I think it is time for a comeback. That’s right it is the return of the Runway To Room posts. This is where I take a look and translate it into home décor. After all- it can be so much easier to figure out our favorite outfit than it is to decorate our homes. Onto the fun stuff!
This is Milla Jovovich at the Bvlgari Private Event Honoring Simon Fuller And Paul Haggis To Benefit Save The Children And Artists For Peace And Justice. Yes that really is the name of the event. I like to call it “B.P.E.H.S.F.A.P.H.T.B.S.T.C.A.A.F.P.A.J.” for short.
I have always been a fan of Milla Jovovich. I mean, hello?! The Fifth Element?! Anyone? Anyone? She has the trifecta thing going for her (actress, model, designer) and she always has this cool/laidback/don’t-take-fashion-too-seriously thing going on. And this look is no exception.
Now, how to translate it into a room:
Obviously the palate is the main connection between this room and the Milla Jovovich look. However, I also like the eclectic feel of the room and how it corresponds with the look’s accessory styling. Nothing feels overly contrived, but the pieces compliment one another.
Again, the dress and room share similar color palates. But another element that makes the room a good translation are the billowy curtain panels. Like the dress they are airy, with a strong sense of movement. Meanwhile there is a formal element to the room- similar to Milla Jovovich’s look.
Really? Do I even have to explain this one? First- again we see the palate. Second, the eclectic feeling is again in the room, this time with a tribal bent- just like Milla Jovovich’s dress. Finally there is the photograph of the woman in the necklace. The connection there is pretty apparent.
Hopefully everyone enjoyed my Runway to Room translation. If you are interested please feel free to send me a photo of your favorite look and I would love to do a translation of it!