Shia dating isabel
She doesn’t fit LA’s self-obsessed celebrity mould and prefers to live away from Hollywood’s buzz.She has a place by the ocean, a stone’s throw from Venice Beach and Santa Monica.
“It means I get to come back to Australia and visit my parents, who split their time between the Yarra Valley and Cairns,” says Isabel, who also recently bought a home in Byron Bay.His one date with Hilary Duff was "probably the worst date either of us have ever had." He also fesses up to "philandering around" with former co-star Isabel Lucas."It was sort of disastrous…Neither one of us, I think, were in love.She can’t wait for the Emerging Runway show at MSFW.She is particularly keen on brands that are eco-friendly, conscious about their carbon footprint and serious about recycling.2008 - 2008Isabel Lucas dated Adrian Grenier for several months in 2008 before they called it quits in August.
Lucas was in a car crash with her 'Transformers 2' co-star Shia La Beouf just before the split, and apparently Grenier was a bit jealous of their friendship.
PHOTOS: Stars who've hooked up on set Nodding in the affirmative about a hookup with Fox, La Beouf explains in a new mag interview, "Look, you're on the set for six months, with someone who's rooting to be attracted to you, and you're rooting to be attracted to them." Without giving specific dates or details, the 25-year-old actor (now dating Hollywood stylist Karolyn Pho) continues of the fling: "I never understood the separation of work and life in that situation. "It was what it was." Fox, 25, wed on-and-off beau Green one year ago in Hawaii.
But the time I spent with Megan was our own thing, and I think you can see the chemistry onscreen." PHOTOS: Megan Fox's body over the years When asks him about Fox's status at the time with Green, he sputters. She was famously replaced by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for , out next month.
“For me it’s all about comfort and fashion needs to be practical.
“I have a feminine edge and I like minimal designs too. I love to mix and match, whether it’s vintage with new.
“Australian fashion is unique and I love that there’s an energy in our designs you don’t find elsewhere,” she says. They are world-class.” But for all her fashion cred, she admits she prefers to shop at flea markets over high-end boutiques. “I love Camberwell Market, Bangalow Market in Byron and the Rose Bowl in LA.