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Beyoncé at the 2015 Met Gala "China: Through the Looking Glass." Photo by Getty Images.

Met Gala? Correspondents Dinner? What To Do?

And they allow a price slash over at Valentino to pass relatively quietly.

Correspondents Dinner, White House
Self-proclaimed “nerd prom,” featuring a literal mic drop from President Obama and journalists real (Sacha Pfeiffer) and fake (Rachel McAdams) alike.

Gala, Met
We might have once called the Met Gala the antithesis of nerd prom, but this year’s theme is technology — with Apple as its sponsor — so it’s anyone’s guess what that will yield on the red carpet. What we do know: Kim Kardashian started getting ready at midnight.

James, Charles
Designer whose name is probably most recognizable as the subject of a Costume Institute exhibition a couple years back. At the time, there was buzz that The Weinstein Company (yes, the film studio) would revive the brand; here’s why that plan floundered.

Beyoncé’s new album-length video demands your undivided attention, and it doesn’t say “please.”

Mosbacher, Georgette
Fiery-haired, and fiery, Republican grand dame — who offers a few choice opinions on Donald Trump and women and the election cycle. Must be read to be believed.

Trump, Melania
The quietest member of the Trump contingent speaks out — and then takes it all back.

Slashing prices across Asia to boost sales, just in time for the brand’s pre-fall collaboration with Vanessa Beecroft (performance artist, perhaps now best known for her work on Yeezy Season 3).

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