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Milan by Moonlight

Michael Pitt and Italo Zucchelli ; ;

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The stars aligned in Milan. Men's fashion week is not traditionally the celebrity-studded spectacle its women's counterpart can be, but the city played host to a select few. The catch seemed to be that they were there to do anything but act. James Franco, the face of Gucci's new Made to Measure cologne, was in town as a behind-the-scenes type. At Gucci's garden party to launch the scent, a screening room was booked to debut a documentary he produced about the everyday life of designer Frida Giannini. At Calvin Klein's postshow dinner, held at a lavish spa, Boardwalk Empire's Michael Pitt was overheard to say that acting is all well and good but he wants to focus his energies on directing.

Maybe that plan-B spirit was catching. It was all slightly…different somehow. At Calvin, the exclusive models who had walked the show that afternoon had descended from the catwalk to mix among mortals, and dinner was preceded by a short set from the bearded folkie Jack Savoretti, who admitted before beginning, "This isn't how I usually spend my Sunday nights."

The unusual was the tone of the week. The stylish Fiat heir Lapo Elkann hosted a separate party with Gucci to launch a new collection of swanky seventies-inflected pieces he designed with Giannini. Footballer Leo Messi was at Dolce & Gabbana's after-show bash in his capacity as a model—the subject of a monograph by designer-turned-lensman Domenico Dolce—rather than a player.

There was so much creative moonlighting that by the time it rolled around to Monday night, you were grateful for Moncler's thronged store-opening party on via Montenapoleone. It was a fashion brand using a fashion week to launch a fashion shop. How novel.

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What Lou Loves

A Leg Up

By | June 21st, 2013|Color tips, Eyebrow Tips, Eyeliner, Jewellery, Luxury, Nail color tips, Star News|Comments Off on A Leg Up

Who’s That Girl?

A Madonna anything can draw in a serious crowd, and last night's EPIX World Premiere of Madonna: The MDNA Tour, hosted by the Cinema Society and Dolce & Gabbana, certainly didn't disappoint. Everyone from John Travolta to Martha Stewart piled into The Paris Theatre, and even though Riccardo Tisci has a Givenchy men's show in Paris next week, he told Style.com he "flew in for just one night, because she is such a great friend and collaborator."

The Queen of Pop finally showed up an hour late—but who's counting; it's Madonna!—in a Tom Ford tuxedo, complete with top hat, a look she explained was inspired by the outfit Marlene Dietrich wore to the 1948 Paris Theatre ribbon-cutting ceremony. The film began to roll, and everyone was so riled up that it felt like an actual concert, complete with sing-alongs and standing ovations. To top it all off, Madonna orchestrated a twenty-two-piece drum line to march down the aisles during the credits. The Paris was burning.

The after-party at Harlow was a well-deserved release after a long world tour and an equally grueling five months in the editing room. Earlier, Madonna had said, "I can officially say, now that my tour is over, that it was probably the hardest tour I've ever done. But in my book, if you don't leave a pound of flesh on the stage every night, you did not do your job."

By | June 19th, 2013|Eyeliner, Fashion News, Glamour, Hairstyling, Jewellery, Lipstick|0 Comments

The Marvels of the Carnival Await You

Katie Holmes, Naomi Watts, Connie Britton, and Anna Kendrick ; ;

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Although the forecasts predicted torrential downpours, there was no raining on Coach's carnival last night. Guests at the brand's annual fund-raiser for (and on) the High Line enjoyed a balmy evening of cocktails, contortionists, and dunk-the-hot-model games. The prizes? Not giant teddy bears, but Coach accessories. The Coach Foundation also announced a $5 million gift to help open the final undeveloped section of the elevated railway: the High Line at the Rail Yards.

"In New York, when it's that right temperature, when it's not too muggy, it's so nice to hang out outside," Aziz Ansari told Style.com. "I just had my fortune told in Hong Kong, so I've gotta go check out the fortune-tellers here." Olivia Thirlby hopped in line right behind him. The Man Repeller's Leandra Medine was busy trying her hand at the dunk tank. "I really wouldn't mind looking at this handsome gentleman all night, but then again, I would like to see him fall in the water." Eventually, she enlisted the help of her husband, Abie Cohen.

At a quieter end of the party, Katie Holmes and Naomi Watts discussed how their kids would have loved a carnival like this. "There's nothing like getting out for the festivities, but I think it's just a bit too grown-up for the children," Watts said. It suited her just fine.

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Kanye Lets the Music Do the Talking

It might have been a rainy Monday, but with Kanye West on the docket—and his much-anticipated and, until now, rather closely guarded new album, Yeezus, on rotation—no amount of inclement weather could have kept the crowds from Milk Studios last night. Naturally, Milk's loading dock, which served as the venue for the impromptu party, was packed to capacity. And the mood—energized, chaotic, and more than a little buzzed—peaked as West rapped alongside the songs from his forthcoming album.

"If you want to sell music, you have to make better music," said West to the audience. "We've been squashed by the concept of opportunity, because there's over 1,400 billionaires in the world, and seven black billionaires…I'm here as the son of a Black Panther and a son of the first black chair of the English department of Chicago State. I feel like I know who I am now," he continued, concluding his introduction with, "I'll let the music do all the talking; I don't got shit else to say."

And talk it did, with ten tracks, which included a series of Kanye and Daft Punk collaborations, a song the rapper did with Chief Keef and Justin Vernon (of Bon Iver) titled "You Can't Handle My Liquor," and a haunting, standout Billie Holiday sampling.

Scott Campbell, Timbaland, Theophilus London, and a bevy of models, including Freja Beha Erichsen, turned out in force, dancing alongside Jay-Z and Beyoncé. The superstar couple set up camp directly to the left of the deejay booth, where Kanye was perched with his friends and producers all night.

"Simply put, West was my slave name. Yeezus is my god name," explained the rapper before launching into a second playing of the moody, darkly political LP. "I'm going to play it back again, so if you all want to hear it again, y'all can stay, and if y'all got shit to do, y'all can do it. Right now." Needless to say, the crowd stayed.

Yeezus comes out June 18 via Island Def Jam.

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Places in the Sun

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Mountain Laurels

Carey Mulligan and Mamie Gummer ; ;

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An international crew of party people descended on Gstaad, Switzerland, for the third annual ASmallWorld event on Friday, taking over the ultra-swank Gstaad Palace for a weekend's worth of festivities. Carey Mulligan, Jefferson Hack, Arizona Muse, Waris Ahluwalia, Mamie Gummer, and Teresa Missoni were in the mix, along with onetime majority shareholder Harvey Weinstein and the current chairman Patrick Liotard-Vogt. On the agenda: horse-drawn carriage rides, a fondue lunch, a black-tie gala, and outdoor soaks in a spa with up-close-and-personal views of the Swiss Alps.

ASmallWorld is a members-only club that's grown to include 800,000 members since its 2004 launch. With new initiatives like a mobile app and monthly events for the site's top 45 markets crossed-off her to-do list this year (both are part of efforts to rebrand the club in the travel space), CEO Sabine Heller was in the mood for celebrating. "We were always planning on throwing a party to relaunch and decided to have it in a place our members like to be, and to support a good cause. We just wanted to do it properly," she said. The good cause in question was the Alzheimer's Society; nearly $92,000 was raised for the charity. Tali Lennox won a pair of diamond Bucherer earrings at the Saturday night charity raffle, but everyone walked away happy. All who attended received business-class tickets to St. Kitts.

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