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August 28 2014

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2 posts tagged "Dustin Hoffman"

Christian Louboutin’s Sunset Billboard, Moschino’s Cheap And Chic To Show In London, Meryl Over The Years, And More…

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Neiman Marcus and street artist Galo Make Canote have teamed up to create a giant billboard as a tribute to Christian Louboutin’s 20th anniversary. The red-soled heel mural is now on view on Sunset Boulevard. [Racked]

Moschino has announced it will show its Cheap And Chic label for the first time at London fashion week. Moschino’s main line, however, will continue to show in Milan. [Vogue U.K.]

Katie Holmes’ third campaign for H.Stern is out and she’s looking smoldering. The actress stripped down for the jewelry ads, so the images are mostly just sun-kissed skin and sparkling jewels. [Telegraph]

In celebration of Meryl Streep’s latest movie, The Iron Lady, photographer Brigitte Lacombe has released a series of behind-the-scenes images she’s taken of Streep during their 31-year friendship. Lacombe sat down with Nowness to talk about her friendship with one of Hollywood’s leading ladies. [Nowness]

Photo: Brigitte Lacombe

Emma Thompson Talks Planes, Trains

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The glow of stars Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson lit up last night’s Cinema Society screening of Last Chance Harvey, sponsored by Piaget, which drew other bright lights like Marc Jacobs, Ang Lee, Bebe Neuwirth, and Bart Freundlich. The romantic comedy, written and directed by Joel Hopkins, centers on the relationship between a down-and-out jingle writer (Hoffman) and a government survey-taker and aspiring novelist (Thompson) whose paths cross in the bar at London’s Heathrow Airport. Thompson, a veteran of the genre, insisted the film’s airport meet-cute was no rom-com contrivance. “Generally speaking, the folks in airport bars probably have enough to buy you a drink,” reasoned Thompson. “And they’re on their way to somewhere interesting.” Trains are perhaps a different matter. Take the stranger with whom Thompson shared a cabin during a trip to southern France as a teenager. “He took off all of his clothes and lay down, so I left the carriage for a minute,” recalls Thompson. “When I came back, my friend, who happened to have a hardback copy of Solzhenitsyn’s The Gulag Archipelago on her, hit him over the head with it and escaped. Thank God for those heavy books by Russians.” Was that the star’s way of saying that a Jane Austen novel only goes so far?

Photo: Jamie McCarthy/WireImage