Beyoncé's Big Win, and Hillary Clinton's Almost-Win
It's the last Super Tuesday, and the morning after the CFDA Fashion Awards. Here's what you need to know.
Though the CFDA Fashion Award for Fashion Icon has, in previous years, been announced ahead of time, this year it was kept under wraps — which made it all the more exciting when a Givenchy-clad Beyoncé showed up to claim the prize.
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Ahead of Monday night’s fashion prizes, doled out to Marc Jacobs, Mansur Gavriel, Brandon Maxwell, Paul Andrew, Orley, and Thom Browne, there was a lively red carpet featuring Ciara, Joel McHale, and Betsey Johnson. Plus — unfamiliar with any of the newcomers’ names? We’ve got you covered.
The star of Michael Grandage’s new film Genius wonders if he took it a hair too far.
British playwright who penned Equus and Amadeus, winning an Oscar and a Tony and becoming knighted in the process, died Monday at 90.
The last big round of presidential primaries — but Hillary Clinton was declared presumptive nominee as of Monday based on the support of superdelegates. (Fickle little guys, who can switch allegiance at any point until the Democratic convention in July.) On the Republican side, well, it’s clear skies for Donald Trump.
Attempted to hold a pop-up performance at Webster Hall Sunday night; here’s a peek at the scene outside the 2 a.m. almost-show.