16 posts tagged "Sex And The City"
Bed And Breakfast At Tiffany’s, The Best Of Choo Is Back Again, Oscar De La Renta Bids You Bienvenido, And More…
Love those little blue boxes tied up with white satin ribbon? Now, starting Thursday, Tiffany fans can spend a night in 1,700 square feet of blue bliss at the new brand’s new suite at the St. Regis New York. [WWD]
Welcome to Mexico City! Your tour guide for today will be Oscar de la Renta. The designer (left), who is of Dominican and Puerto Rican heritage, has been named the official Tourism Ambassador of México DF. [Racked]
To celebrate 15 years of Jimmy Choo, Tamara Mellon is releasing an Icons capsule collection. In case you didn’t find it the first time, the Feather, the shoe SJP famously lost in an episode of Sex and the City, will be among them. [WWD]
Eleven finalists are waiting to see if the Lady goes Gaga over their sketches. The winner’s illustration will accompany the singer’s column for V. [V]
Business of Fashion previews Industrie‘s list of the 50 fashion folks it considers the most influential creative forces working in the industry today. A controversial sampling? Yes. But of course, that’s exactly what such lists are for. [BOF]
Karl Lagerfeld. Coming to Macy’s. Repeat: Karl Lagerfeld. Coming to Macy’s. With a new one-off capsule collection. In 2011. All we can think: total world domination? [WWD]
Fashion’s favorite transgendered model, Lea T.—confidante and assistant of Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci, and frequent Givenchy runway and campaign star—will be appearing on Oprah, according to reports. On any other day, this might be the most unlikely revelation of the news cycle, but today, well, see above. [Hint Mag]
And speaking of world domination, the ladies of Sex and the City are apparently game for a third film. We don’t know whether to be awed or horrified. [Vogue U.K.]
Yes, last night was the Sex and the City 2 premiere. (Read all about it here.) We’ll get to the movie, the madness, all the rest of it in due course. But first and foremost: What about Sarah Jessica Parker’s premiere gown, arguably the most eagerly anticipated dress of the year? We figured she’d go for Halston Heritage (not that she doesn’t wear enough of it in the film), but Parker opted instead for butter-yellow Valentino Couture, with enough volume and flounce (see her twirl, left; one’s got to admit it’s better than Liza’s) to keep even her alter ego Carrie happy. It’s a bold choice, but we think the Day-Glo stunner suits Sarah, especially paired with her loose, Veronica Lake chignon and armful of Leighton jewels. What do you think? Is this Sex done right?
As expected, Giles Deacon (pictured) has been named creative director at Emanuel Ungaro. Let’s just pretend the Lindsay years never happened. [Vogue U.K.]
August will be Stefano Tonchi’s first issue at W. For his first cover? A twofer, Jon Hamm and Rebecca Hall (co-stars in the new Ben Affleck movie The Town). W: the new, edgy indie? [WWD]
Alana Zimmer: total Charlotte. Sessilee‘s a Samantha. If you’ve ever been curious (and frankly, we didn’t know we were until we read the article), Modelinia rounded up a few of its favorite catwalkers to find out which Sex girl they identify with most. [Modelinia]
Charlotte Ronson, licensed driver. Slow news day? [WSJ]
And a great little clip from the vaults: Yves Saint Laurent on What’s My Line. [Styleite]