Style Notes: Helen Mirren Takes a Tumble; Scott Disick's Instagram Flub

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Andreas Rentz

Thursday's need-to-know news.

Helen Mirren Takes a Tumble at Cannes [Getty]
Helen Mirren's black stiletto heels were the perfect choice for twirling up and down the red carpet at the Cannes premiere of The Unknown Girl on Wednesday — but they probably weren't the best choice for tackling those infamous Palais steps. The dame took a tumble on her way up, but immediately returned to her feet with the help of a pair of helpful security guards. Despite the fall, the 70-year-old actress still managed to look elegant as ever. 

DOWN GOES THE DAME: Helen Mirren at the red-carpet premiere of 'The Unknown Girl' on May 18. (Photo: Getty)

Scott Disick Forgets to Delete Sponsored Instagram Instructions [Buzzfeed]
If you've ever wondered how exactly a sponsored Instagram post happens, look no further than Scott Disick's latest Instagram. It appears the Lord forgot to delete the instructions sent by Bootea's promotional team. The now-deleted caption read, “Here you go, at 4pm est, write the below,” followed by "Caption: Keeping up the summer workout routine with @booteauk." No word on whether Disick will be able to pocket the estimated $15K-$20K he receives from sponsored posts.

Forty Five Ten Hires Menswear Street Style Star Nick Wooster as Creative Director [WWD]
Forty Five Ten has hired Nick Wooster, a street style star and former fashion director at Bergdorf Goodman's, as men's fashion and creative director. The hire comes ahead of two planned store openings in 2016, including a new flagship in Dallas, where the retailer is based. According to store president Brian Bolke, Wooster's influence will be seen in the menswear buys as early as fall 2016.

Model Reportedly Drowns During Underwater Photoshoot [Yahoo]
Taiwanese model Olivia Ku, 25, reportedly suffered an asthma attack and drowned during an underwater photoshoot in Taiwan's southern waters. According to reports, Ku was an amateur diver with at least three years' experience and had been in the same waters before. Central European News reports that the model was asked to remove her mask for a photo, however the exact cause of death has not been determined. She is survived by her husband and four-year-old daughter.