Friday, January 16, 2009

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Saturday, January 10, 2009


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Friday, January 9, 2009

Collages of Blake and Leighton

Collages of Blair and Serena

GG Fashion facts

Fashion Gossip Girl Fashion Facts
8 Average number of costume changes per character per show
75 Average number of alterations performed each day
200 headbands
300 necklaces
500 Bags
1,200 Pairs of shoes
10,000 Number of garments in the closet at any given time
$20,000 The price for a pair of Ferragamo boots worn by Blake Lively
$650,000 The price of a Van Cleef & Arpels brooch worn by Kelly Rutherford (the piece was the most expensive single item ever featured on the show)

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Leading ladies: Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester) and Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively).

Boy toys: Dan Humphrey (Penn Badgley), Nate Archibald (Chace Crawford) and Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick).

Where they live: New York City’s Upper East Side, where they attend an elite school.

What they drive: Drive? These kids? Nope. They travel through the city in limousines and cabs.

What they wear: When they’re not wearing school uniforms — albeit they’re uniquely and highly accessorized uniforms — they’re donning dark colors and sky-high heels. “Women are running around in 10-inch Jimmy Choos and skin-tight jeans,” says costume designer Eric Daman. “It’s a much different vibe than in L.A., where most girls are in denim minis and Ugg boots or Ugg boots and Juicy Couture sweat suits.”

Why fans love it: “It’s interesting to watch people in their own little drama. But the actual feeling behind it is that these people have seemingly perfect lives,” Meester says. “They have money and they take vacations and have the clothing. The best schools. Cute guys. They seem to have everything … but they also have a lot of problems.”

What makes it authentic: “First and foremost, we’re shooting in New York — that was a huge battle that we had to have with the network and the studio when we started,” says executive producer Stephanie Savage. “The city is a character.” Among other places, we’ve seen the characters sipping drinks at Dean & Deluca on 85th and Madison Avenue, playing a flirty game of pool at the Hog Pit on Ninth Avenue and hanging out at Teany, Moby’s teahouse on Rivington.

Coming up this year: “There’s going to be a lot of changes for everybody,” Meester says. “Blair is going to be dealing with her feelings for Chuck … (and) there’s going to be a new character that’s going to make things difficult for Blair. There’s a lot of really fun drama there.”