As if you needed another reason to catch Gatsby fever, famed London department store Harrods has launched a pop-up bar to celebrate the hotly anticipated film, which is finally in theaters as of Friday May 10. Now through May 20, the 1920s-style art-deco bar takes over the luxury store’s underground Tasting Room and Wine Shop with cocktail-making demonstrations and specialty libations by Courvoisier, Hendrick’s and Johnnie Walker available for consumption.
In case you don't know who Haider Ackermann is, he's a somewhat avant garde Belgian designer who shows every season in Paris, is known for expertly cut leathers, jackets, pants, leggings, suits and shoes and happens to be the favorite designer of both Tilda Swinton and Janet Jackson. Tilda's worn him on the red carpet at both Cannes and the Golden Globes, and they often travel together and have a very designer/muse relationship.
Target is once again challenging shoppers to see just how fast they can shop with the announcement of their next fashion collaboration with designer Phillip Lim. The New York-based designer, whose womenswear pieces are worn by actresses Diane Kruger, Rachel Bilson, Kristen Bell and Anne Hathaway, will be designing over 100 items in neutral tones and prints for this latest alliance in the mass retailer’s famed high-low history.
The Hollywood Reporter and Jimmy Choo today launch a five-part exclusive video web series bringing viewers directly to the tastemakers, celebrities and style setters of the Cannes Film Festival. The series, hosted by The Hollywood Reporter's senior writer Merle Ginsberg and style editor Carol McColgin, kicks off today with a look at what to pack for the festival on hollywoodreporter.com and THR's YouTube channel.
October 17 will be a big night for culture in Los Angeles. That's the night the Beverly Hills–based Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts will open its doors for its inaugural gala, sponsored by the Ferragamo family of the Salvatore Ferragamo brand, known to L.A. residents through its Rodeo Drive store.
The Dress: A rather jaw-dropping black and white sequin and satin tuxedo-style gown from Chanel's just-shown 2014 cruise collection.
The Wearer: A model complete with one earring, a choppy short 'do and thick black eyeliner — aka the punk styling we saw earlier in the week at the Met Gala, that we can obviously expect to see ad nauseam for at least the next three weeks. As they say, join or die.
Would you believe that American Idol contestants are only allotted $400 for their costume on each episode of the global hit show? That adds up to $800 a week for two costumes: $400 for the performance show, $400 for the results episode.
According to the show's Emmy-winning former costume designer Soyon An, pulling together an outfit for only $400 that will impress millions of viewers is daunting. Even if you only shop at Forever 21, H&M and Top Shop, $400 does not go very far.