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The Cannes Film festival shows the movies we can’t stop talking about, and celebrates the stars who outshine even themselves year after year (see: Nicole Kidman and Paz Vega, for a start). Today, it was refreshing to see a group of girls, nascent in their Hollywood lives, take to a red carpet like seasoned pros.
Need a Saturday pick-me-up chock full of colorful prints and Italian panache? Check back with us at 1 p.m. EST for a livestream of Emilio Pucci‘s runway show at Milan Fashion Week.
While The Face doesn’t premiere until next Tuesday, host Nigel Barker, supermodel coaches Coco Rocha, Naomi Campbell, and Karolina Kurkova, and a slew of their fashionable friends stepped out in New York City last night to fête the new reality show.
The Revenge star got super glammed-up and minxy for Emilio Pucci, donning red lips and smoky eye makeup. Peep the pics inside!
Ryan Gosling has worn them. Rachel Roy has defended them. And last night, Rihanna stepped out in a pair of Emilio Pucci pajamas for the Tokyo premiere of Battleship. Will this red carpet pajama trend never end?
One Pucci dress, two very different ladies. Who looked best? You decide! (Though let’s be real, it shouldn’t be too hard.)
Answer: “I don’t see nothing wrong with a little bump and grind,” Alexa Chung sang to us while wearing our plastic dinosaur ring. Question: Why was last night different from all other nights?
How do you solve a problem like Gwyneth Paltrow? Just two weeks after she shut down the Venice Film Festival in a pale pink Prada creation, she shows up at the Emmy Awards in a black sequined Pucci dress featuring a very strange mesh cutout across her midsection.
Writer Caroline Weber was really just trying to do her job when she asked former Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld to talk about Peter Dundas, who designed the Pucci dress she was wearing to her daughter’s 30th birthday party last November. And in what we would have thought was an uncharacteristic bout of bitchiness, Roitfeld kind of verbally shoved Miss Weber aside.
In the grand tradition of forcing you to make tough decisions based solely on the fashion choices of the rich and famous, we bring you today’s sartorial showdown: Angelina Jolie in black versus Gwyneth Paltrow in white. Let’s take a look!
At last night’s Los Angeles premiere for her new movie, “A-Team,” Jessica Biel stepped out on the red carpet in a white, peek-a-boo, Grecian-style gown. But what was almost weirder than whatever twist tie business was happening up top, is that the solid column was made by none other than purveyor of all things loud, swirly and psychedelic: Emilio Pucci. Somewhere Rachel Zoe is dyyying.
LVMH, the holding company that owns some of the industry’s most important luxury brands including Marc Jacobs, Fendi, Celine, among others, has decided to conquer the hotel business with the creation of LVMH Hotel Management.
Lock up your printed scarves and cabana caftans, kiddies, because seems there are some Pucci-loving ninjas on the loose. We wish we were joking.