April 20 2014

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11 posts tagged "Dsquared"

Blasblog: Cannes Cannot Disappoint


It’s been reasoned that the movie business is one of the few that will thrive in a recession. Maybe that’s why the Cannes Film Festival, which officially starts tomorrow, is promising to be just as exciting as it has been in previous years. We’ve got Martin Scorsese as the guest of honor, and the feature film jury will draw the likes of Asia Argento and Robin Wright Penn to the Croisette. Pedro Almodóvar (Los Abrazos Rotos) and Ang Lee (Taking Woodstock) are both debuting films, and although it hasn’t been confirmed yet, one can assume that Brad Pitt and his brood will make the trek for the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds. With Jan Kounen’s Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky screening on the closing day, we can also expect a few CC logos to hit the red carpet. Speaking of which, the Art of Elysium is throwing a dinner party with Cartier at Soho House’s Riviera outpost on the 16th; amfAR will host its annual gala on the 21st; and on the 22nd, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana will be greeting guests at Bâoli. Also on the schedule: a Penélope Cruz party for her pal Daya Fernandez’s Hollywood Domino board game on the 18th, along with a Dsquared² eyewear bash and Chopard’s very own awards ceremony. And just in case the sun—or the glamour—gets to be too much, the chic Paris shop Colette is hosting a pop-up beauty bar with Vitamin Water for touch-ups and hydration.



Photo: John Shearer / WireImage


Purely Cosmetic: Britney, Jennifer, And Scarlett Work It


Nipple tassels, bodysuits, a gilded cage…what more could you want from a Britney Spears comeback concert? Dsquared²‘s Dan and Dean were there via video, and the cheetah head they designed for last night’s opening act was—in a word—fierce. And while everyone caught on to the fact that she was lip-synching, no one really seemed to care. See, Brit? We’re all rooting for you. [The Sun]

Scarlett Johansson
, who recently went brownish-red, revealed to Hilary Alexander this week why she dropped the blond. Apparently it was raining and she was bored. Oh, yawn! We were prepared to read so much more into this. [The Telegraph]

Jennifer Aniston‘s hair, on the other hand, is the result of much careful calculation and groundwork. Turns out the blow-out she sported at London’s Marley & Me premiere cost upward of $50,000. Yes, there’s airfare included in that bill, but that still leaves $10,000 for a hairdo. Maybe if the hair was made of diamonds. [The Daily Mail]

Dsquared²’s Dan And Dean’s Best Nights Out In Milan


Last season’s Dsquared² show broke with the let’s-get-down-to-business feel that normally pervades Milan fashion week and delivered high drama from start to finish. The audience went into a Mexican wave when the models hit the catwalk; journalists were crushed in the rush to get backstage; applause, cheers, and improvised dancing erupted throughout the show. Chalk it up to Dsquared² creators Dan and Dean Caten. These twins know how to have fun and where to find it—the rest follows. We checked in with the duo on its favorite Milanese hot spots. Continue Reading “Dsquared²’s Dan And Dean’s Best Nights Out In Milan” »

Chanel Iman: Happy Birthday, Domenico


Fashion week notes from the iconically named model. Look out for more animated opinions in the days ahead.

sound meets vision: the music of milan fashion week


What we heard on the runways this week.

Giorgio Armani

The mood: ethnic tones, deep rhythms

The specifics: Angus & Julia Stone, “Paper Aeroplane”


The mood: tribal techno

The specifics: Juno Reactor, “Swamp Thing”


The mood: upbeat disco

The specifics: Kelley Polar, “Entropy Reigns”

Dolce & Gabbana

The mood: raw and strong

The specifics: Kanye West, “Love Lockdown”

Burberry Prorsum

The mood: tranquil, soft, romantic

The specifics: Des’ree, “I’m Kissing You”

Roberto Cavalli

The mood: electric techno

The specifics: MGMT, “Kids”

Alberta Ferretti

The mood: feminine and welcoming

The specifics: Nina Simone, “Take of Business (Pilooski Remix)”


The mood: funky seventies

The specifics: Carrie Lucas, “Gotta Keep Dancin’ (Keep Smiling)”