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July 11 2014

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Rebel Rebel

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There were plenty of quasi-rebellious aesthetics at last night’s Met Ball, like bleached, black, and safety-pinned hair (from Anne Hathaway, Karlie Kloss, and Giovanna Battaglia, respectively), torn-fishnet looks (Miley Cyrus and Madonna), and dangerous hardware (Joan Smalls had a razor-blade earring, and ear cuffs and cage rings abounded). But as Anthony Vaccarello put it, “Punk is an attitude,”—that’s to say, starlets can wear all the ripped gowns and goth makeup they’d like, but if they don’t have that hard-edged “who cares” demeanor, they’re just another chick in a punk costume. While on the red carpet, we gave the Met Ball’s sartorial stars a chance to earn some cred and asked them about their most rebellious moments. Here’s what they said:

Greta Gerwig: “Last year at the Met Ball, I fell down an entire flight of stairs. I won’t do it this year. I’m trying to not drink as much. There’s something about well-behaved starlets that makes me just want to burn something.”

Kate Upton: “I don’t really know that I went through a rebellious phase. Maybe it was starting as a swimsuit model and going into high fashion.”

Joseph Altuzarra: “I used to wear one long, dangly earring. It was very ‘gay pirate.’”

Allison Williams: “When glitter was really big, I wasn’t allowed to wear it. But I’d steal it, put it in my backpack, and put it on, on the bus. Once, my mom surprised me at school and found me covered in glitter and was very angry. I also lied that my grandmother was dead once. She wasn’t. That was pretty rebellious.”

Jimmy Fallon: “I taped posters on my ceiling when my parents really didn’t want me to do that.”

Anja Rubik: “The most rebellious thing I’ve ever done is I snuck backstage [at a] Marilyn Manson [concert] many, many years ago. I was a huge fan of his. It was cool.”

Anthony Vaccarello: “The most rebellious thing I’ve ever done? That dress for last year’s Met Ball.”

Tom Ford: “I don’t drink anymore. I can’t tell you.”

Matthew James Thomas: “I did graffiti, lots of graffiti, when I was a kid. I had my own tag word that I used to use. I can’t tell you [what it is]. I’ll have the police knocking on my door.”

Jason Wu: “I dyed my hair every color when I was young.”

Mindy Kaling: “I’m a friendly person. The most punk thing about me is that I’m friendly, so I’m like, Oh, I guess that’s a subversion.”

Photo: Neil Rasmus/BFAnyc.com

Martin Greenfield Blazes Into Womenswear

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What do Paul Newman, Colin Powell, Mayor Bloomberg, and Jimmy Fallon have in common? They all entrust the same man to make their suits: Martin Greenfield. The designer has been in the bespoke business since he mended an SS officer’s shirt in a concentration camp during WWII. Flash-forward 60-something years, and this tailoring veteran is still at it, working the floor of his family-operated factory in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn (let’s call him the “original Bushwick hipster”), making made-to-measure pieces for cool labels including Band of Outsiders and Rag & Bone. “I need to touch every piece and make sure everything—the buttonholes, the lapels, the shoulders—is perfect,” Greenfield told Style.com at a dinner in New York earlier this week, celebrating the launch of his latest womenswear collaboration with Edition 01, an online boutique that curates limited-edition capsule collections.

Though womenswear is completely uncharted territory for Greenfield, he dove right into the project. “Women don’t have the opportunity to buy quality clothing like they did before everything was done by machine,” he said. “Men only have a few pieces, a few silhouettes. So there tends to be more attention to detail and fabric.” Greenfield turned his exacting eye to crafting four jackets, each of which was named after a different muse. Two of the most eye-catching styles are the crisp, white Emmanuelle [Alt] (pictured)—an ultra-slim jacket with one button, and the Sofia [Coppola] in heathered gray, which has a slightly slouchier fit. The blazers ($850 to $1,000) premiere today on Edition 01 and Lyst.com.

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Paul Smith’s Sporty Stamps, Alexa Chung Gives Jimmy Fallon A Style Lesson, Kate Moss The Singer, And More…

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Sir Paul Smith has designed seven stamps for the Isle of Man in honor of London’s Olympic Games this year. The stamps, which went on sale January 1, include images of tennis balls, pink bicycles, and racing boats. [WWD]

Alexa Chung, who is currently promoting her new television show 24 Hour Catwalk, took a brief break from fashion last night to drink beer and throw footballs with Jimmy Fallon on his show. After that, she taught Fallon a thing or two about style. Of her new gig, she said, “It’s a very mean show.” [Huff Po]

Congratulations to Isaac Mizrahi and his longtime boyfriend Arnold Gerner. The two, who tied the knot on November 30, shared the news on The Wendy Williams Show yesterday. [Fashion Etc.]

Kate Moss reportedly spent New Year’s Eve doing karaoke with friends Grace Jones, Terry Richardson, and her husband Jamie Hince, in Jamaica. Moss sang a version of Blondie’s “Rapture.” We’re still wondering what Hince sang. [Page Six]

Photo: Charles Eshelman / Getty Images

A Mad-Off At The Met Ball, Sex‘s Secrets, And More

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News about the Met ball continues to pour in: It’ll be a battle of the Mad women, when Stefano Pilati brings January Jones and Tommy Hilfiger brings Christina Hendricks. The redhead will be in good company; Hilfiger is also said to have Mick Jagger and L’Wren Scott, John Currin, Zoe Kazan, Peter Som, and Jimmy Fallon at his table. Michael Kors goes for the catwalkers, hosting Carolyn Murphy, Natasha Poly, Chanel Iman, and former model/actresses Brooke Shields and Diane Lane, and Ralph Lauren will sit with Taylor Swift, Jessica Biel, and Justin Timberlake. [WWD]

Chez YSL—Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé’s apartment, that is—is on the market. $31.4 million buys you a library, a music room, a gym, and plenty of mirrors. [Hint Mag]

The latest addition to Louis Vuitton’s stable of “Icons” for its heritage ad campaign? If the rumors are to be believed, Bono. Coincidentally (or not), Vuitton parent LVMH recently acquired Bono and wife Ali Hewson’s eco-friendly Edun label. [WWD]

More from the Sex and the City 2 front: For her first appearance onscreen, SJP wears (gasp!) Halston. Costume designer Pat Field also had to contend with the Middle Eastern prohibition on exposed shoulders when working on the Abu Dhabi-set film. [L.A. Times via Racked]

And speaking of SATC2, its stars have signed multimillion-dollar contracts not to reveal plot secrets. “I’ve signed my life away to say I won’t tell. I thought: ‘You have got to be kidding! This isn’t state secrets, it’s the f****** script for a movie!” said Samantha, er, Kim Cattrall. (Throw in a couple f******s and it can be hard to tell the difference.) [Vogue U.K.]

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