Yes to everything about this look. The dunes, the strappy sandal, that happy dog?! He’s about to absolutely devour that hat, but look at that JOY!
So, remember when I said I’d tell you all the things that $100 million could buy you besides another four seasons of KUWTK? Well, I’m delivering as promised, but I’m just a little late (ask my frenz — I’m always late to just about everything).
You could buy a Frank Gehry-designed Guggenheim in Bilbao, Spain. Cost: $89 million in 1997
You could beat out the guy who purchased Alberto Giacometti’s “Walking Man I” for $104 million. (I’m gonna say if you’re spending a hundred million, what’s another four?)
So I’m just trying to get this straight: E! renewed Keeping Up with the Kardashians for ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS. This week, I’m going to go ahead and tell you what one hundred million dollars can buy. You could purchase:
ONE HUNDRED Marilyn Monroe “Happy Birthday, Mr. President” dresses, or…
this Vincent van Gogh Sunflowers painting, (pssst: you’d still have $16.8 MILLION left over!), or…
nearly 3 (!!!) of these Badminton Cabinets that went for $36 MILLION in 2004.
I don’t know, but ALL of these sound right up Ryan Seacrest’s alley….amiright?
How much more seriously would take household chores if you could bring back this effortless kerchief look? Or those psychedelic bubbles?! I KNOW I WOULD.
I have two scar stories. The first one’s about how some guy in second grade pushed me in a rose bush and said that was his way of dumping me (He’s a cop now — talk about atonement, good sir!). The second one’s from high school, when I covered a desk chair with broken coffee mugs (my mom was pissed, btw).
When my art teacher told me to rework it during a critique, I was like, “Sure thing!” It was about a minute after ripping hot-glued shards of ceramic off plastic when I sliced my knuckle open. My art teacher was like, “You’ll be fine,” as blood pooled on the floor. A week later, the school nurse told me I should’ve gotten stitches.
So, kudos to Margarita Sampson, who is smart enough to create whimsical chair embellishments that won’t cause physical (OR EMOTIONAL) harm.