More like fashion festival.
Forget Fifty Shades--Cara Delevingne's burgeoning acting career just took a turn for the serious. According to The Mirror, the model is being considered for a "major" role in The Face of an Angel, a film about the Amanda Knox scandal.
A few weeks ago, WWD reported that Jessica Chastain had nabbed Vanity Fair's coveted September cover. Well, turns out it was only half right. Chasta
Are you as exhausted as we are after last night's Met Gala? Sadly, our invitations seemed to have been lost in the mail *ahem*, but thanks to the won
Vanity Fair has just released a preview of the 72nd installment of their famous annual International Best-Dressed List. As usual, it's a mixed bag of royals, financiers, socialites and entertainers. Yes, Kate Middleton, whose style we've been tracking since her royal engagement, makes her debut on the prestigious list as the Duchess of Cambridge (she's listed as the wife of the future King of England). However, this isn't her first time on the list--her inaugural appearance was in 2008. There are a few other repeats--Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (no surprise there), Carey Mulligan (whom we love), Lady Gaga, who many people didn't agree with last year, and Michelle Obama, who makes her fifth consecutive appearance--this time with President Obama as a best dressed couple. Another one of our faves, Tilda Swinton, made a well-deserved return to the list after a three-year hiatus. Musician and Lagerfeld muse Janelle Monae is an exciting newcomer and refreshing addition to list, which tends to disregard younger, edgier people. As for the men, actor Colin Firth and actor/fashion designer Justin Timberlake make their debuts on the list. Firth's role in A Single Man couldn't have hurt his chances and it's good to know that wearing a tragic denim suit to an awards show early in your career is something you can bounce back from. Click through for a sneak peek of the list.