The playwright, who appeared in Kerby Jean-Raymond's Spring 2017 Pyer Moss show, is showing Someday, a new play that grapples with police brutality and daily incidences of racism, whose early fans include both Jean-Raymond and Black Lives Matter activist Deray McKesson.
Once the consummate cool girl of Entourage, the woman who could hold her own among the testosterone-fueled shenanigans. But now she's trying out something a little different, in the new Hulu drama Shut Eye.
Star of Fifty Shades Darker and Nicolas Winding Refn's The Neon Demon. Glad people are reading again.
Never one to let her sister take over the spotlight, the youngest Jenner seems to have big business plans: In addition to her much-anticipated Kylie Cosmetics store, to open in Canoga Park, California, Dec. 9, Jenner seems to have a self-branded merch operation in the works. Naturally, it's called The Kylie Shop.
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Very quietly closing up shop — the Resort 2017 collection will have been the last for the brand that has dressed Ruth Negga, Zendaya, and even First Lady Michelle Obama.
Skipping New York Fashion Week, screening a film instead. She's got a fair excuse for showing in absentia: She'll be receiving the French Légion d'Honneur during Paris women's week — though she's not committed to returning to New York for 2018.
Reportedly hospitalized for exhaustion after a week of erratic behavior including a sudden on-stage endorsement of Donald Trump, a series of Margiela archival images posted to his Instagram, and some words for Beyoncé and Jay Z.
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