August 22 2014

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Bernard Arnault Gets a Rap, Alice Dellal Rocks ‘n’ Rolls, Anja Rubik Weds, And More…


Crank that Bernard Arnault? You read that correctly. The chairman of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is the inspiration behind Soulja Boy’s (the rapper behind “Crank That” and “Turn My Swag On”) new mixtape. By last night, the “Bernard Arnault” EP had already been downloaded over 13,000 times. [WWD]

Soulja Boy isn’t the only one with something to sing about—Brazilian model Alice Dellal (and Mick Jagger’s goddaughter) is rocking out in a “high-voltage solo” for Matthew Donaldson’s new short. The film, which is part of stylist Aurelia Donaldson’s series for The Telegraph, demonstrates models’ off-runway skills. [Nowness]

Before her wedding, model Anja Rubik and her dress designer, Emilio Pucci’s Peter Dundas, checked in with to share the details of the gown’s design process. At the time, the bride wouldn’t reveal specifics of it, but today, we finally get a glimpse of the short dress with a long train she wore down the aisle this weekend. [Vogue.U.K.]

Waiters at Tom Collins’ new pop-up Bistrotheque 88 will be serving up his dishes in serious style. The restaurant, in Canary Wharf (accessible by boat from Westminster Pier in London), enlisted Giles Deacon to create uniforms inspired by the eighties. In addition, some staff members will be sporting pieces from the likes of Katharine Hamnett and Thierry Mugler. Get there soon—it’s only open until July 23. [Grazia Daily]

Photo: Vogue.U.K.