Photo by Emily Malan.
She's a witch! (With the help of some stage makeup and an embellished Alexander McQueen look.)
Go behind the scenes of the Dior and Guggenheim International Gala with Banks:
Daughter of Howard Deutch and Lea Thompson and ascendant leading lady in her own right. Also, she understands the important distinction between a manatee and a dugong. (Oh, and her new film, Flower, just premiered at Tribeca — so she really can't lose right now.)
Accused of plagiarizing the concept for its new Fall 2017 campaign, an alien encounter shot by Glen Luchford, from a Central Saint Martins student named Pierre-Louis Auvray who featured similar styling in one of his recent undergraduate collections, posted to Instagram nearly two months ago. Gucci's Alessandro Michele refuted the claim — in part because planning the campaign began months ago, and Auvray's work only went on social media seven weeks ago. Instead, Michele says he was inspired by the science-fiction films of his youth. (In a response, Auvray said he had featured the extraterrestrial look on his Instagram for a while now — but some commenters have wondered, do alien ears constitute plagiarism?)
Went from Monse to Oscar de la Renta — and is just one of the recent underexposed designers, celebrities only to fashion insiders, promoted to creative directing a major label. What's behind fashion's recent, renewed appreciation for the second-in-command?
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The far-right leader who has been likened to France's Donald Trump was one of the two frontrunners in Sunday's presidential election. She and centrist Emmanuel Macron emerged the victors — albeit with less than half the vote — and will face off in a runoff May 7.
The Gone Girl actress prefers her phone on airplane mode, didn't really relate to Ghost in the Shell. Get to know her through her culture diet, here.
The celebrity stylist Monica Rose is perhaps best known for her work with the Kardashians, but she's also a Coachella expert, too. This year, she styled both Chanel Iman and Kaia Gerber for the annual Indio, California, music festival. A few of her mantras? Jorts are a must, and no cropped top is ever too short.
The Belgian designer and chief creative officer of Calvin Klein was named one of the Time 100 — and to celebrate the accolade, whose honorees also included drag queen RuPaul (with an essay by Naomi Campbell) and Cindy Sherman, rapper and longtime Raf stan A$AP Rocky introduced Simons in a short essay singing his praises.