#SocialGathering: Justin Bieber Sings a Taylor Swift Song; Louis Vuitton Heads to Brazil
And Lily-Rose Depp celebrates being named the new face of Chanel No. 5 L'Eau.
Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what the stars have been up to this week on social media.
Say What? Taylor Swift Likes Justin Bieber
The Biebs has been on a roll this week on Instagram, posting up a storm from his latest vacation and sharing deep thoughts on award shows. Fans drew a collective deep breath when Bieber posted a video of him singing along to Taylor Swift’s "Teardrops on My Guitar." Talk about awkward. Classy lady Swift’s response? She liked it.
Louis Vuitton Goes Brazilian
Louis Vuitton is set to show its cruise 2016 collection in Brazil on May 28, with confirmed guests Alicia Vikander, Jaden Smith and Catherine Deneuve attending the show. Mum’s the word on how the stars and models will protect themselves from the looming Zika virus, though. But on the bright side, designer Nicolas Ghesquiere is debuting a new spin on LV's classic Damier and Monogram patterns in colorful ways that pop.
Everything's Coming Up Roses for Lily
Badass Lily-Rose Depp celebrates her 17th birthday Friday in Los Angeles, but not before stopping to smell the roses. The new face of Chanel No. 5 L'Eau and teen style icon may be dealing with a bit of family drama at the moment (dad Johnny Depp is going through a divorce, after all), but she’s been keeping the personal stuff off of social media.
Bring Your Daughter to Work Day
Mom groupie Gwyneth Paltrow continues to tour the world with Coldplay, posting a sweet photo of daughter Apple watching her ex-husband, Chris Martin, perform onstage. If only all conscious uncouplings could be this amicable because in this year alone, the pair have been spotted visiting Disneyland, touring Argentina and enjoying the Super Bowl.
Fine wine David Beckham just keeps getting better with age. Need evidence? Look no further than his latest Instagram post below.
Go Quote Yourself!
Quotes make the world go 'round on Instagram, but what about in your home? The husband and wife duo behind @letterfolkco on Insta and Snapchat have been gaining followers by the thousands, thanks to their witty quotes and simple-yet-cute board designs. Letterfolk's boards are available in small and large sizes, with various color combinations.
Little Miss Illustrator
Angelica Hicks, 23, from London, is the newest "It" illustrator getting likes and gaining followers. The now-Upper East Sider is the daughter of famed architect Ashley Hicks, who just so happens to be the second cousin of Prince Charles. Angelica's cheeky and witty puns complement her illustrations, with new works going up weekly. She has been featured in The New York Times, in Vogue and on ToryBurch.com, and she has designed a special wrapper for chocolatier Fine & Raw to be sold exclusively at Soho House.
Hair maven Jen Atkin celebrated her anniversary with husband and photographer Mike Rosenthal by sharing a supersweet clip on Instagram. According to Atkin, her other half arranged to have the video played in front of 300 Mane University students last year. Her (hashtag) advice: #DontSettle #WaitForTheRightPerson #GoodGuysDoExist. Pass the tissues, stat.
Orange You Appealing?
Amber Moon, an architect turned paper designer, posted this super-fun (and affordable) idea for guests to try at summer fetes. Moon's Instagram is a great follow — expect inspo on the daily. She even has a new paper line in the works. Orange you glad you found a new place-setting idea?
Jackie & Jason's fresh citrus seating all lined up & ready for guests - Lasered acrylic leaves were also subtle tonal cues for catering (functionality should still be pretty, in our opinion) ... How lucky are we to work with dearest friends @duetweddings @hollyflorala @gemtones with photography by the kind & gifted @corbingurkin ... Full feature in @martha_weddings last summer. #
Bryanboy vs. Fashion Editors
Blogger Bryanboy is no stranger to speaking his mind (or to controversy), but this time, the gloves are off. After The Fashion Law blog published part one of its exclusive called "The Dirty Advertising Practices of the Industry’s Biggest Brands, Bloggers," the outspoken Bryanboy made sure to quickly draw a comparison with fashion editors flying to shows on a brand's dime. It doesn’t look like he’s trying to make any friends — just clearing things up.
Explosive! https://t.co/tmnJECAhb6— bryanboy (@bryanboy) May 25, 2016
Next should be call out are all the fashion editors all flown by brands and work behind the scenes as stylists and consultants undeclared— bryanboy (@bryanboy) May 25, 2016
And when such editors post on social media for both their personal accounts AND institutional/media outlets.....— bryanboy (@bryanboy) May 25, 2016
Of course they'll give a good review when they advertise or do consulting for them or give editorials for being on brand payroll!!!!— bryanboy (@bryanboy) May 25, 2016