Style Notes: Jane Fonda Covers W; Marc Jacobs Honored at Parsons
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Ageless beauty Jane Fonda covers W's June issue, where she is touted as an "activist," " sex symbol" and "legend." The 77-year-old, who stars in Netflix's Grace and Frankie, looks like a queen in a white Giambattista Valli haute couture gown and feathered cape. [W]
Anna Wintour presented Marc Jacobs with an achievement award at Parsons' annual fashion benefit, where 40 graduating seniors also presented their final collections. The Vogue editor-in-chief said of her longtime pal, "Despite the tattoos, the kilts, the daring photographs, Marc is an intellectual." How nice of her. [The New York Observer]
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The perfectly filtered life of fashion bloggers apparently pays very, very well. Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What opened up to Harper's Bazaar about the going rate for sponsored content (such as Instagram posts), revealing that bloggers with more than one million followers can earn up to $100,000 per post. #Jealous. [Harper's Bazaar]
Leonardo DiCaprio and Paris Hilton battled it out over a $10,000 Chanel bag up for auction at last night's Generous People Gala in Cannes. The two were in a bidding war for a blue neoprene purse, which DiCaprio eventually won. And in case you were wondering, no, you won't see the actor sporting the purse on the red carpet anytime soon. The Chanel piece was actually just a gift for his mother. Awww. [People]