August 27 2014

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18 posts tagged "Justin Timberlake"

Hemingway On Hemingway; JT, Harvard Man; And More…


Dree Hemingway admits she hasn’t read all of her famous great-grandfather’s books. (In fairness, we haven’t read all of them, either.) Model book club, anyone? [NY Times]

Glamour checked in with some designers to see what they’re eating pre-fashion week, and the results are as stringently healthy—i.e., dull—as you’d expect. Amid a chorus of “green tea,” “salmon,” and “sushi,” we’ve got to give props to Daniel Vosovic, who admitted he eats leftover taco salad for breakfast. Our kinda guy! [Glamour]

Justin Timberlake goes to Harvard! The university’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals names him their Man of the Year tonight. [AP via Jezebel]

Shop Justin, Chloë’s New Love, And More…


Justin—er, William Rast—fans, rejoice. Timberlake and partner Trace Ayala are setting up shop in L.A.’s Westfield Century City shopping center this November, adding William Rast’s debut outpost to a list of retail hot spots including Louis Vuitton, Juicy Couture, and Zara. And, good news for East Coasters: This is just one of 40 planned William Rast stores. At least one of those has to be in New York. [WWD]

So long, Carolina; hello, Vera. Mario Grauso is the new president of Vera Wang, which means there are now “two crazy control freaks making sure that everything is perfect,” instead of just one. Expect really studied nonchalance for Fall 2010. [WWD]

Chloë Sevigny and Jason Segel (that guy who’s not Neil Patrick Harris in How I Met Your Mother) might seem like an odd couple, but the pair of actors were spotted smoking, kissing, and eating chocolate together after the Emmys. By gossip column standards, that’s practically like an engagement ring. [Page Six]

When it comes to bodyguards, Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady do not mess around. Paparazzi, just trust us on this one. [Washington Post]

Photo: FilmMagic Inc/FilmMagic

Escada’s Last Week, JT’s Country Living, And More…


Escada joins the recession deathwatch; the label plans to file for insolvency this week. For those unfamiliar with business euphemisms, that, sadly, means it’s broke. [WWD]

Obese mannequins, yards of polyester, and shoes that might “emit sounds of heavy panting” are only some of the wonders awaiting you at JCPenney’s midtown Manhattan flagship. Well, get going! [NYT]

Justin Timberlake‘s new pad is in…Connecticut? The singer’s Greenwich house comes with a spa, pool, pool house, and a lifetime supply of popped-collar polo shirts. OK, we may have made that last one up. [Page Six]

Jewelry heists have occurred all over France, and now the U.K. is catching on to the trend. Estimable jeweler Graff is £40 million poorer after a robbery at its Bond Street store in London last week. [Vogue U.K.]

Photo: Sherly Rabbani and Josephine Solimene

Uma For Givenchy, Mad Men‘s Women, And More…


Uma Thurman joins Justin Timberlake as a Givenchy fragrance rep, although, sadly, not in the same ads. That would be awesome. [WWD]

Of course Mad Men is written by women who brainstorm over homemade guacamole and pitchers of mojitos. We are so not surprised. [WSJ]

Milla Jovovich has set the date. She will marry fiancé Paul W.S. Anderson on August 22 at their Hollywood home in a self-designed gown reminiscent of a Sharon Tate minidress, but “without the negative influence.” Good call. [People]

Photo: Angela Weiss / Wire Image

Diane Gets Disheveled, Posh Gets To Judge, And More…


Diane Kruger dishes on her Inglourious Basterds style: “The best [part of this role] was actually getting down and dirty. To have the ripped skirt, the [bullet] hole in the leg—being disheveled is usually more fun.” Cue bullet hole-patterned leggings for Spring. [WWD]

Paula Abdul’s out and Posh is in. She’s not coming on as a permanent judge, but Victoria Beckham is slated to tell it like it is on the next season of American Idol. Remember, she was a singer first. [E! Online]

Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears, the opera? It’s not too good to be true. Timberbrit is a “tragic tale…Timberlake returns after a long absence to win back Spears’ love, but in the end she chooses the audience’s love above all else.” We almost cried just reading that.

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