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Who’ll Be Golden This January? The 2012 Golden Globe Nominations Announced


Hot on the heels of yesterday’s SAG Awards nominations, today brings news of the films and television shows and performances nominated for the 2012 Golden Globes, typically thought to be a better predictor of the Academy Award nominations than the SAGs. The Globes are usually the punchiest night on the major-awards circuit, and their nominations always bring a few left-fielders into the mix—here including Bridesmaids‘ Kristin Wiig for Best Actress, Comedy; Shailene Woodley, for Best Supporting Actress; Joseph Gordon-Levitt (50/50) and Owen Wilson (Midnight in Paris) for Best Actor, Comedy; and Kate Winslet and Jodie Foster for Best Actress in Roman Polanski’s Carnage, which went unrecognized by the Screen Actors Guild yesterday. The 2012 nominations are below.

Best Picture, Drama
The Descendants
The Help
The Ides of March
War Horse

Best Picture, Comedy or Musical
The Artist
Midnight in Paris
My Week With Marilyn

Best Director
Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris
George Clooney, The Ides of March
Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist
Alexander Payne, The Descendants
Martin Scorsese, Hugo

Best Actor, Drama
George Clooney, The Descendants
Leonardo DiCaprio, J. Edgar
Michael Fassbender, Shame
Ryan Gosling, The Ides of March
Brad Pitt, Moneyball

Best Actress, Drama
Glenn Close, Albert Nobbs
Viola Davis, The Help
Rooney Mara, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady
Tilda Swinton, We Need to Talk About Kevin
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Corinne Day Exhibit Shows Off Unseen Kate Moss Photos, Kate Winslet Saves The Day, The Olsens Have Their Sights On A Store, And More…


The late photographer Corinne Day was the first to shoot a Kate Moss Vogue cover. As a tribute to her life and career, Gimpel Fils gallery is debuting an exhibit of some of her unpublished works in September, alongside the release of Heaven Is Real from Morel Books. [Nowness]

Kate Winslet is being crowned a hero today. The actress, who was staying at Richard Branson’s Carribean house over the weekend, rescued Branson’s 90-year-old mother after lightning struck the mansion and ignited a fire. [Vogue U.K.]

During an interview with the Telegraph, the Olsen twins revealed a store could be next for the ever-expanding empire. “When the time is right, we definitely want some sort of home where we display it the way we want to,” Mary-Kate says. [Telegraph]

Designer Vicky Tiel has written a book about her incredible career. In it, she opens up about living with Elizabeth Taylor as part of her entourage, her old friends like Mick Jagger and Woody Allen, and designing what she claims was the first miniskirt. [WWD]

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Winslet Stretches Her Range For St. John


It’s almost unbelievable, but British beauty Kate Winslet had never appeared in a fashion campaign until California knitwear label St. John lured her in. The actress steps into a role previously held by Karen Elson, Angelina Jolie before her, and Kelly (daughter of founder Marie) Gray before that. Here, in this video debuting exclusively on, Winslet gives us a behind-the-scenes glimpse of her Craig McDean-lensed photo shoot.

W Leads The Fashion Pack At The ASMEs, Carine And Karl Together Again, A Devilish Kind Of Angel, And More…


The American Society of Magazine Editors announced the nominees for its annual ASME awards today. Stefano Tonchi’s W leads the fashion-mag pack with three nominations, two for photography and one in the Fashion, Service, and Lifestyle “women’s interest” category. The New Yorker had the most nominations overall, with nine, followed by New York, The New York Times Magazine, and the Virginia Quarterly Review. [WWD]

Carine Roitfeld’s new gig? Styling the latest Chanel campaign. Karl Lagerfeld tapped the former Paris Vogue editrix to shoot the spots with house favorite Freja Beha Erichsen (in Chanel, left), and the results, he says, are “genius.” [WWD]

Engineer Ted Southern now spends his days making space gloves for NASA, but his previous job was a little sexier: working on the wings for Victoria’s Secret’s Angels. The big reveal? While Heidi is a true angel, Gisele was a little tougher to work with. “She’s always screaming, ‘What the f–k is this?’ ” Southern told the Post. [NY Post via Racked]

And, maybe it’s just our late-nineties adolescence talking, but a priceless bit of movie memorabilia hit the auction block over the weekend: the nude sketch of Kate Winslet, done by director James Cameron, that appeared in Titanic. Her heart (and the rest of her) really did go on. [Moviefone via Gawker]

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The London Whirl


Last London fashion week was all about its 25th anniversary. This one? If there’s one thing certain to dominate this season’s reporting, it’s the startlingly swish caliber of social events taking place night after night. The big news draw is the BAFTAs, which take place on Sunday night at the Royal Opera House, just across the street from Topshop’s Covent Garden venue, which it lends out to New Gen designers. (That should cause an interesting tangle of guests that night.) For many years, there’s been a bizarre disconnect between film and fashion in this city—each industry performing its set rituals virtually oblivious of one another’s existence. For the first time, though, that duh factor might be on the way to being cured. The beginnings of a social entente between movie-award hopefuls and the British fashion community has been established by Friday’s pre-BAFTAs cocktail party co-hosted by Kate Winslet and Lucy Yeomans (pictured, right), chair of the British Fashion Council’s press committee. After the film awards red-carpet postmortem on Monday, it’ll be on to the next date: Natalia Vodianova’s Love Ball for her playground charity on Tuesday night. There, it will be possible to get an early reading of the effectiveness of the new wear-British initiative. There’s a lot of gown competition out there, of course, but any girl looking for something a bit younger and more original than a strapless mermaid could do worse than to check out the local talent.

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