August 20 2014

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where’s lindsay?



L.A.’s Chateau Marmont is where Lindsay Lohan is reportedly in hiding. The hotel’s Bungalow One was the site of a poolside soirée hosted by Lucky magazine for Foley + Corinna on Wednesday night. So the starlet and her tabloid woes weren’t far from anyone’s mind. La Lohan’s whereabouts were a key topic of conversation. And as attendees such as Shiva Rose McDermott, Charlotte and Samantha Ronson, and Paris and Nicky Hilton departed with their goody bags (full of Kangol sun hats, Smashbox makeup, and a Foley Corinna cotton tote bag), they were greeted by the paparazzi, who were waiting curbside, undoubtedly for a sight of the troubled actress.
Victoria Namkung


spin cycle



Next week in Paris, the chicest accessory to sport will be a bike. The Bicyle Film Festival is rolling into town, complete with a bike-themed art show, Joy Ride (catch works by Michel Gondry and Shepard Fairey), on display at Colette through the end of August. Now in its seventh year, the festival features short and full-length films celebrating bike culture. One of the highlights this time around is Monkey Warfare, winner of the Special Jury Award at the Toronto Film Festival. And then there’s that little race that’s going on. To celebrate the end of the Tour de France this Sunday, the Bicycle Film Festival is teaming with the Rue St.-Honoré boutique to host a massive street party one block from the finish line.
Romney Leader

Photo: Courtesy of the Bicycle Film Festival

sophisticated lady



Anne Hathaway looked nothing like the proper Jane Austen at last night’s New York City premiere of Becoming Jane, yet the starlet still managed to come across as perfectly elegant. In a down-to-there embroidered LBD by Roberto Cavalli, Hathaway demonstrated she’s no longer the girl we loved in The Princess Diaries, but a sophisticated young woman. She clearly learned a thing or two about fashion on the set of The Devil Wears Prada.

Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/

automatic for the people



It’s not every night that a mosh pit forms at MoMA. But Tuesday was a special case, with the art collective Paper Rad hosting live musical performances in conjunction with the museum’s dot-com-era-inspired multimedia show Automatic Update. The three-member art group, influenced by 1980′s mass media and pop iconography (think: Gumby, Trolls, Nintendo), hosted hundreds of young experimental-art fans and invited the much-buzzed-about “net art” hero Cory Arcangel to take the stage with his xylophone and video projector. “Old computers, old junk—that’s kind of what we’re all interested in,” said Arcangel, pinpointing the common fascinations of himself, Paper Rad, and the fans. And the eighties-tastic focus of Paper Rad was not lost on him, either. Without hesitation, he recounted his favorite fashion item from the decade. “White high-top sneakers. Like what Megadeth would have worn.” Automatic Update runs through September 10 at the Museum of Modern Art, New York City.
Katie Hintz


glam slam



Jennifer Lopez pulled out all the stops for the premiere of El Cantante, her film project with hubby Marc Anthony, pouring her curves into this shimmery off-the-shoulder number, accessorized with diamond earrings and her signature tan. The film, which took five years to complete and tells the story of Puerto Rican music legend Héctor Lavoe, premiered last night in San Juan.

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