Calls for Tiffany Haddish, Maya Rudolph to Host 2019 Oscars; Timothee Chalamet Shirts for Sale

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James Ivory dons a shirt embellished with the mug of Timothee Chalamet to the 2018 Oscars.

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The Artist Responsible for James Ivory’s Timothee Chalamet Shirt Selling Them [Esquire]

James Ivory, the 89-year-old screenwriter who picked up an Oscar for Call Me by Your Name at last night’s Oscars, made quite the splash when he hit the red carpet in a shirt featuring a painted portrait of the film’s young star, Timothee Chalamet. The shirt, as it turns out, was hand-painted by artist Andrew Mania, and according to his Instagram, he will be selling them. Mania didn’t mention prices, but suggested Chalamet fans can send him a DM on Instagram for details.

Care2 Petition Calls for Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph to Host 2019 Oscars [Pret-a-Reporter In Box]

Could the female force of actresses Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph re-energize next year's Oscars? The dynamic duo, who captivated many viewers as they presented at last night's 90th Academy Awards, have spurred a petition by social networking community Care2 that calls for them to co-host the 2019 Oscars.  

"Jimmy Kimmel hosted the Oscars for the second time this year, and it’s the 23rd time a white dude has hosted in the last 30 years,” said Care2 petition author Rebecca Gerber. “In the last 20 years, just three women (Ellen DeGeneres, Whoopi Goldberg and Anne Hathaway, as a co-host with James Franco) and two people of color (Chris Rock and Goldberg) have hosted the Oscars.”   

Rose McGowan Hits Vivienne Westwood Show During Oscars Weekend  [Pret-a-Reporter In Box]

For anyone wondering where Rose McGowan was during Oscars weekend, turns out that one of the leading voices of the #MeToo movement turned up in the City of Light for Paris Fashion Week. On Saturday, she was seated front row at the fall-winter 2018 runway show for punk rabble-rousing designer Vivienne Westwood, which seems about right.

 

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Glossier Launches Newest Product on Oscars Carpet [Racked]
Glossier's not messing around. After teasing a new product on none other than Beyonce at the Grammys in January ("Beyonce wears __ in __"), the beloved beauty brand finally gave the public the details on Lidstar, a cream eyeshadow. To top it off, Allison Janney, Greta Gerwig, Tiffany Haddish, Maya Rudolph, Tracee Ellis Ross and Rosie Huntington Whiteley were among the impressive roster of actresses who debuted the makeup, a shimmery formula that requires no brushes or primer, on the Oscars red carpet. The shadows, available in six shades, are now available online for $18. (A duo can be purchased for $30.) If it's good enough for Beyonce, it's good enough for us. 

Roger Vivier Appoints New Creative Director [Pret-a-Reporter In Box]

French footwear and accessories brand Roger Vivier has announced the appointment of Gherardo Felloni ascreative director, replacing Bruno Frisoni, who was with the brand for 17 years. Felloni has previously worked with Prada Group, Dior and Miu Miu. His first collection for Maison Roger Vivier will be presented during spring-summer 2019 Paris Fashion Week in September.  

Rachel Roy Creates Collection for International Women’s Day [WWD]

Fashion designer Rachel Roy, known for her charitable efforts and advocacy for female empowerment, has created a Love capsule line ($55 to $209) to be sold exclusively on rachelroy.com beginning this Thursday, International Women’s Day. Fifty percent of all proceeds will benefit the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund and Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety gun control advocacy group. Ray has also been appointed as a U.N. Women’s “Champion of Innovation.”

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