How one extravagant perfume spot launched the brand's foray into mini-movies.
And William and Kate have set a strict dress code for American reporters -- no Nikes allowed.
It was a party done as only the Aussie director knows how — completely batsh*t insane, in the best way.
Fancily dressed squirrels, engraved champagne sabers or fur hot water bottle covers, anyone?
The three-minute ad was directed and produced by Baz Luhrmann.
It's going to be wild.
And Instagram sensation Jen Selter, known for her enviable backside, got a spread in Vanity Fair.
The Great Gatsby finally opened this weekend, and did a pretty boffo box office (although it got some mixed reviews). But no matter what you thought about the film overall, no one can argue it wasn't visually stunning. The combination of sets, costumes, hair and makeup all made for a gorgeous two and a half hours. We already spoke in depth with costume and set designer Catherine Martin, but we wanted to hear all about the film's incredible 1920s hair styles too. Kerry Warn, the film's hair designer, was on-hand to answer all our burning questions. Read on.
The costumes in Baz Luhrmann's Great Gatsby (which finally opens today) are gorgeous confections with an over-the-top 1920s sensibility. In almost every scene, those outfits are topped off with headbands, headwraps, or barrettes--and we were absolutely captivated by the look. (Downton Abbey and the recent spring couture shows have also recently showcased some amazing '20s style head gear.) The good news is that you can totally work this trend without looking like Daisy Buchanan's BFF or the fourth sister from Downton Abbey. Trust us (and experts headpiece makers like Eugenia Kim and Jennifer Behr).
Last night's red carpet at the New York premiere for The Great Gastby brought some industry heavy-hitters like Anna Wintour and Jenna Lyons, as well as the megawatt stars of the film like Carey Mulligan and Leonardo DiCaprio. Of course, they all brought their sartorial A-game. And Martha Stewart brought her gold sequin capris.
The costumes designed by Miuccia Prada for The Great Gatsby have been the subject of much buzz in the months leading up to the movie's (very) long-awaited release--and now, you can check them out at Prada's SoHo store.
It's safe to say Miuccia Prada had many fans on the set of The Great Gatsby. Besides being close friends with Baz Luhrmann for nearly twenty years, the designer also has a special relationship with the movie's lead, Carey Mulligan, who plays Daisy Buchanan.
We sat down with The Great Gatsby producer, set designer and costumer Catherine Martin to get all the dish on how the incredible clothes and sets came together. She revealed that you might even be able to see them up close and in person at an upcoming exhibition, too.
The Great Gatsby! It's finally happening. And I know this is fashion sacrilege, but boy could I give a hoot. Mostly because I am—please don't hurt me—not a fan of Baz Luhrmann's films. I do, however, love the story and Miuccia Prada, so if it gets great reviews I might see it. Yet whether you're a Baz fanatic, an F. Scott Fitzgerald disciple, or none of the above, it's difficult not to imagine this film having a tremendous effect on what we'll see on the Spring 2014 runways. After all, designers love a Roaring Twenties reference. However, I think the impact may turn out to be minimal, and here's why.
Brooks Brothers, which partnered with Great Gatsby costumer Catherine Martin on men's clothes for the actual film, has today released a limited-edition menswear collection inspired by those costumes. There's even a beech wood walking stick based on the one Gatsby carries in the film, which we're sure is already on Scott Disick's shopping list.
We've been looking forward to another Carey Vogue cover, because we love her. And the accompanying cover story by Tom Shones makes us love her even more. For one, she compares Zelda Fitzgerald, whom she read up on to prepare for her role as Daisy Buchanan, to a Kardashian...
While we're still not entirely convinced that The Great Gatsby is ever actually going to be released (we've been hearing about it for over two years now), we're getting hopeful. The latest evidence that it's coming soon? Vogue Australia's May issue features Karlie Kloss decked out in looks designed by Miuccia Prada and Tiffany and Co. for the movie.
The epicly gigantic September Vogue is officially on newsstands. Perusing its 916 pages the other day, we stumbled upon a bit of news--that those deca
As we're all now more than well aware, thanks to this amazing trailer, Baz Luhrmann's upcoming adaptation of The Great Gatsby will be full of specta
Because We Cannes, Cannes, Cannes: It was an extrava-Cannes-za this week at Fashionista as we covered the French film festival from all angles. From what was worn on the red carpet, to the best WTF red carpet moments, we've got it for you - even the amfAR gala and all black fashion show organized by Carine Roitfeld. Gwynnie and Kimmy Go Twinsies: Now that Kim K is dating Kanye, and making her way towards the inner circle of one Gwyneth Paltrow, we couldn't help but notice that the two have started to make the same sartorial choices. We're sure Gwyneth is thrilled. Andre Leon Talley and Ralph Rucci Kriticize Kim Kardashian: Speaking of Miss K, fashion heavyweight Andre Leon Talley and designer Ralph Rucci spoke at SCAD this past weekend, where they weighed in on dressing "celebrities" like Kim. It got a little harsh. Farewell, Kristen Wiig!: We will definitely miss Wiig's arsenal of hilarious characters next season on SNL, but fret not - SNL has always nailed some of the funniest fashion impersonations out there. Champagne Versace Pockets for all my beautiful bitches!