As the saying goes, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Did you manage to snag one of Bill Cunningham‘s hats last week? No? Well, that’s probably because all 23 of the William J toppers went to a single buyer.
Renaissance man James Franco is at it again with a new campaign video called “Vampires” for 7 For All Mankind. It’s the latest in his Episodes of an Untitled Film series for the denim brand and features Charlotte Free and Henry Hopper in all their blood-sucking, orgy-inspired, hedonistic glory. Who knew jeans could do that to a person?
In People‘s pretty lady issue honoring Beyoncé, she tells the mag that her feet are not what they used to be, thanks to baby Blue Ivy.
Betsey Johnson LLC filed for bankruptcy today, which will result in closing its 63 free-standing stores and letting go of about 350 staffers.
But sadly, this baby is only sold in Italy. Boo.
J.C. Penney has been slapped with a lawsuit for allegedly breaching a contract regarding its new LED store fixture.
Well, this is fun. Prada tapped graphic designer Vahram Muratyan (he of the excellent Paris versus New York) to create to a whimsical spring accessories campaign.
This year’s Met Gala just got a lot more inclusive. According to one of the best press releases we received in a while, red carpet arrivals will be live-streamed for two glorious hours on the Metropolitan Museum website, Vogue.com, and Amazon.
Today both Queen Elizabeth and Kate Middleton (er, Duchess Catherine) attended events and wore things. Liz went to a service at Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff, while Kate went to a reception for the Scott-Centenary Race in London. BUT WHO LOOKED BEST?!
It was a quiet night at the Tribeca Film Festival, where Jennifer Morrison, Jamie Chung, and ESPN’s Erin Andrews were fete-ing new films in varying degrees of premiere-appropriate attire. Uptown, ladies who lunch mixed with ladies who run makeup companies who mixed with models, designers, and television hosts for the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s annual spring ball, which was sponsored by Gucci and which had a perhaps unofficial dress code of black and white and gold. Also, Cameron Diaz went out in Las Vegas.
Nick Gruber‘s week is not going so well. Calvin Klein‘s on-again/off-again boyfriend was arrested on Tuesday for cocaine possession and fighting with 20-year-old Calvin Swint. Sources say that Gruber’s next move is rehab.
The Kentucky Derby is next weekend and that means we’ve got one thing — and one thing only — on the brain: hat fashion!
Disney is rereleasing Cinderella later this year, and they’ve teamed up with Christian Louboutin to mark the occasion.
Lauren Conrad is something of a hair hero. Her locks are just so shiny and bouncy, plus she’s fearless when it comes to tonsorial experimentation.
Disney publicists must be out celebrating tonight. Today, they managed to get a real life princess to walk their red carpet.
Is Zooey Deschanel even a real person?