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April 19 2014

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7 posts tagged "Renee Zellweger"

Who’s Wearing Whom?

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Here at Style.com, there are few things we like more come awards season than a game of “Which Designer Will They Wear?” Some actresses make it relatively easy—can you remember the last time Renée Zellweger hit the red carpet in anything but Carolina Herrera? Others, like Penélope Cruz and Chloë Sevigny, keep us guessing. With the 67th Annual Golden Globes coming up this weekend, followed by the SAGs, the Grammys, and the BAFTAs and culminating with the Oscars on March 7, we’ve pulled our favorite dresses from the recent collections and assigned them to Hollywood’s biggest stars. We’ll have to wait till Sunday to see which of them are thinking along the same lines.

Click for a slideshow, and tell us if you agree with our picks. If not, what looks would you prefer for these A-listers?

 

 

 

Photo: Marcio Madeira

 

Post Recession Spending, Paltrow’s New Pad, Irina For Spike, And More…

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Introducing “the new normal,” a post-recession shopping world in which everyone is poor. Sigh. [WWD]

Rumors that Puig Fashion Group president Mario Grauso may leave his post—which includes running Carolina Herrera—have sparked speculation that loyal CH fans like Renée Zellweger and Amy Adams will stop wearing Herrera’s clothes after he leaves. We’re pretty sure they’re in it for the refined glam, not the business acumen. [NY Post]

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have bought the house next door to their already sizable London home. Plans for a 33-room mansion are in the works. GOOP readers can anticipate a DIY home remodeling guide. Step 1: Be insanely wealthy. [Daily Mail]

Spike Lee: fashion guru? Word is the director approached Irina Lazareanu for a role in his next film. She said yes. [Grazia]

Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris / Wire Image

Boys 3.1; Brenée—It’s On; And More…

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Phillip Lim wants to dress your boyfriend and you should probably let him. His menswear gets its first solo presentation slot this season. [WWD]

Just when you thought you were mastering this recession spending thing, Loeffler Randall launches an e-commerce site. Surely you’ve scrimped enough this summer to splurge on some new “louche boots”? [WWD]

Are Lindsay and Sam on again? Do we really care? [Page Six]

Sorry, ladies. It looks like Bradley Cooper is forming an attachment to Renée Zellweger. It was touch and go for a while, what with the Cooper-Aniston union rumors, but this just might be the real deal. It’s not late to get to Barcelona yourself if you want to put a stop to this. [Page Six]

Photo: Marcio Madeira

Romania Rules, Graydon’s Rules, And More…

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Brazil tops the list of 2009′s emerging markets (no surprise there), but the number two slot goes to dark horse Romania. Who knew? [WWD]

If you’re looking for a seat at Monkey Bar, avoid “excessive socializing” while at the restaurant. According to Graydon Carter, this could lead to a 10 p.m. time slot (embarrassing!) or, worse yet, no reservation at all. [NYT]

Tinsley and Topper Mortimer could be calling it quits. Apparently her new love interest has a castle. [Page Six]

This week Bradley Cooper is dating Renée Zellweger. Try and keep up. [Page Six]

As of Monday, Kanye West’s Louis Vuitton kicks were behind schedule. Now they’re sold out. Figures. [The Cut]

Photo: Sherly Rabbani and Josephine Solimene

Blasblog From The Hamptons: The Summer Migration Begins

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I’ll admit it: I’m a Hamptons Hypocrite. After years of saying that the scene out east is over—more boring than Manhattan, but just as gluttonous and greedy—I was there the very first weekend of the “season.” But I wasn’t partying; R&R and even a little bit of exercise were on my agenda, and I wasn’t alone. I spotted Jessica Stam at the Round Swamp’s grocery store (apparently the best chicken salad on the island) and Renée Zellweger gabbing with friends outside a Starbucks, and I was joined by an editor in chief, television celebrity, and even the brother of the president of France at a 9:30 a.m. spinning class at Soul Cycle in East Hampton. I’m happy to report that—perhaps in the wake of this sponsor-crushing recession—the shanty socialite scene has taken a real hit. Sure, there were a few parties, but not like in summers past. Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center had a cute cocktail at the Maidstone Inn in East Hampton (whoever decided to refurbish that place, turning it from a quaint lodge into a bright 1980′s rec center, had to have been on acid). Other than that, though, it was pretty dismal. I’m talking about invites to an old supermodel’s birthday party, cocktails for those magazines they give away for free in supermarkets, and even a launch party for condoms. (Tempting, but I passed on all.) So where did everybody else go? Talk now is whether or not Montauk is the town to take the B-list beating. For decades the tip of Long Island has been a magnet for surfers, artists, and photographers (and when Warhol and Peter Beard took over, rock stars like Mick Jagger). But as new lounges like the Surf Lodge open and old places like the Montauk Yacht Club receive a facelift, drawing more scenesters, many wonder how they’ll affect the chilled-out vibe. Is Montauk the next Hamptons? Only summer will tell.

Photo: Courtesy of The Surf Lodge