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April 20 2014

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17 posts tagged "Julianne Moore"

It Could Be A Golden Year For Fashion At The 2013 Globes

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If the backlash after Kanye’s kilted appearance at last night’s 12-12-12 concert is any indication, dissecting celebrity style is a beloved American pastime. Lucky for us, it seems there’ll be lots to look at during the red-carpet arrivals at the 2013 Golden Globes. The nominees were announced today, and often on-point but always adventurous trendsetters like Anne Hathaway (of recent Givenchy and Tom Ford frock fame), Jessica Chastain, Julianne Moore and Marion Cotillard are all up for awards. See the full list of nominees here.

Photo: Ferdaus Shamim/WireImage

Building A Better Barneys

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While Barneys’ Madison Avenue flagship is getting an extensive renovation, the retailer’s online home is getting some work done, too. This week, Barneys revealed the new, revamped Barneys.com, with new features to streamline browsing and product suggestions from a host of influencers, including Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Julianne Moore and her stylist Leslie Fremar, and Rachel Chandler Guinness and Tom Guinness.

Among the new tools is a “Favorites” feature, which allows you to make categorized lists of your go-to designers, favorite products (those exclusive to Barneys are marked XO—Exclusively Ours), options in your size, and your preferred color choices, all of which can be shared across social media platforms like Twitter, Pinterest, and The Fancy. If you’re looking for ideas, there’s also a “Most Loved” section, which shows the products the most customers “Favorite.” And the editorial sub-site The Window now has designer pages as a home for each brand available to its customers. Once you’ve figured out what you want to buy, it’s just two clicks away.

Photo: Courtesy of Barneys

OpenSky’s The Limit

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“Up until six months ago, I thought OpenSky was an airline,” CFDA CEO Steven Kolb admits. For those in the same boat, OpenSky.com is actually a new e-commerce site that offers members (sign-up is free and open to anyone) access to a virtual cabinet of celebrity and expert curators. Members to the site choose the experts—spanning fields from fashion to design to food to fitness and including Julianne Moore, Carolyn Murphy, Lori Goldstein, and more—that most appeal to them, and can then shop items said experts curate for the site. Starting tomorrow, you can count the CFDA among them. As part of a new initiative, OpenSky members will be able to buy exclusive accessories from CFDA members including Diane von Furstenberg, House of Waris’ Waris Ahluwalia, Albertus Swanepoel, Selima Optique, and Fallon’s Dana Lorenz.

“We wanted to start with accessories since American accessories are the best and they never get the spotlight they deserve,” Kolb explains. “But ultimately it is the CFDA’s dream to sell something from all 400 CFDA designers.” Until then, designers like Swanepoel, a milliner, are enjoying their moment in the spotlight. “It is amazing exposure for my small brand,” he says. “I do not currently have e-retailers on board, so this is a first for me.” Here, in this Style.com exclusive video (above), Swanepoel talks about the four exclusive hats he made for the program.

Freckleface, The Stocking Stuffer

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It was an adult sort of party that Julianne Moore hit last night, for the debut of the all-nude Pirelli calendar, but her afternoon, at least, was child’s play. Moore was the guest of honor at a lunch thrown by Tod’s at its Madison Avenue boutique in celebration of her latest kids’ book, Freckleface Strawberry: Best Friends Forever. Freckleface, the diminutive redhead star of the series, has undergone quite a development arc over her three adventures. “First we introduced her. Then we had a whole thing about dodgeball,” Moore explained. “This one she becomes best friends with the kid she used to be afraid of, but then they break up. I’m not going to tell you the end!” Although, she admitted with a laugh, “The title might give it away.”

Social moms like Lucy Sykes, Jamie Tisch, Allison Aston, and the event’s hostesses, Lauren Santo Domingo, Cristina Greeven Cuomo, Melanie Charlton Fascitelli, and Celerie Kemble lined up to get copies signed for Christmas gifting—many buying two or three at once. Moore’s own kids, alas, are too old for Freckleface gifts. “They want iPods and clothes,” she said. And Tod’s accessories? “Well, they’re not that old.”

For the kids (or kids at heart) who do want Tod’s in the stocking, creative director Derek Lam had a suggestion. “I think everybody can appreciate a driving loafer,” he said. “It’s obviously not only for driving—it crosses all generations. It’s a must-have shoe. And it’s a luxurious item that won’t break the bank.”

Photo: Neil Rasmus / BFAnyc.com

“G” Is For Gallo, Liza By Terry (No, Really), Dennis Hopper’s Vans Roll Out, And More…

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Actor Vincent Gallo is the new G-Star. The indie film star has been tapped by the line as the face of their Fall ’11 menswear campaigns, along with British actress Gemma Arterton, who was also in the Spring campaign. [WWD]

Actor and artist Dennis Hopper died in May 2010, but this month, his collaboration with Vans that started roughly 18 months ago finally hits Urban Outfitters stores. The ten-piece collection of boots, jackets, and graphic T-shirts featuring some of his photographs was completed by his daughter and the Hopper Foundation. [WWD]

We’ve already seen the multiple new covers of the latest issue of Love, featuring young, new faces like Elle Fanning and Hailee Steinfeld. But the latest shoot to hit the Web features a star of slightly more vintage stock: Liza Minnelli, shot in black leather and fur by Terry Richardson. [Vogue.U.K.]

Julianne Moore reprises a recent role: the face of Talbots. The redheaded actress will be the star of the retailer’s Fall ’11 campaign, having first appeared in the label’s campaign for Spring ’10. [Racked]