#SocialGathering: Oprah Really Loves 'Wonder Woman'; Elle Fanning and Kirsten Dunst #FreeTheAnkle
Oprah's 'Wonder Woman' party was the coolest thing to happen on the 'gram in a hot minute.
Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.
Kirsten Dunst posted a video of what Girls Gone Wild would have been like in 1864. Running with Elle Fanning in full costume on the set of The Beguiled, the duo freed their ankles. Get the backstory on the enviable gowns from costume designer Stacey Battat here.
Vogue and Confused?
New Instagram account @VogueandConfused has us feeling, well, confused on what it's doing. The account is full of millennials like Presley Gerber and Brandon Thomas Lee posing in T-shirts with slogans like “I’ll never book Prada” and “He’s mine and I’m psycho.” The shirts are stylized to look like streetwear brand Supreme’s iconic tees, which are a nod to artist and UCLA professor Barbara Kruger’s work. How does Kruger feel about people jocking her style? Reported by Complex, there was a 2013 lawsuit where Supreme sued brand Married to the Mob for copyright infringement. Kruger soon after released this statement: “What a ridiculous clusterf— of totally uncool jokers. I make my work about this kind of sadly foolish farce. I’m waiting for them all to sue me for copyright infringement.” Kruger has yet to comment on the Supreme X Louis Vuitton collection or @vogueandconfused.