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April 16 2014

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4 posts tagged "Vincent Gallo"

SPiN-sters Take L.A.

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Having already proven to be a smacking success in New York, Toronto, and Milwaukee, SPiN, Susan Sarandon’s Ping-Pong club that made the sport the hip set’s unofficial pastime of choice, has opened in L.A. And where else could such a club exist but at André Balazs’ Standard Downtown? Last night’s launch party saw the likes of Chelsea Handler, Vincent Gallo, Kate and Laura Mulleavy, and Olympic table tennis player Erica Wu crowd around the tables at SPiN Standard L.A.—some playing, some observing. As it’s now open to the public, anyone can book a table for a quick afternoon game or a late-night tourney (they’re open from noon until 2 a.m.). Or, if your Ping-Pong skills aren’t up to snuff, cheer on your favorite player from the bar—no, not the juice bar. It’s not that kind of sports club.

SPiN is located at 550 South Flower Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071, 213.439.3065

Photo: Jeff Vespa / wireimage

“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]

Fashionistas: Behold Your Future Home

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Bye-bye, Bryant Park. After 15 years of hoisting the tents and hosting fashion week, the park is reportedly being replaced by Lincoln Center in 2010. That’s the A, B, C, D, and 1 trains, ladies. Whole Foods Columbus Circle, get ready for an injection of fabulousness.

Calvin Klein model and Avedon muse Vincent Gallo puts his money where his mouth is. Somewhere dirty.

The economy strikes again: Macy’s and Liz Claiborne feel the burn, shed employees.

But take heart, newly unemployed: The fetish industry always needs a few extra hands; in fact, “the sector is poised for expansion,” according to a former craftswoman. Couldn’t have said it better ourselves.

Tom Ford takes his own (surprisingly SFW) pictures.

And now for something NSFW: Christian Bale needs absolute silence. He’s making Terminator: Salvation, so don’t $!&# with his craft.

Photo: Getty Images

los angeles fashion week: bohemian rhapsody in beverly hills

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Four-year-old Coco Arquette seems to be a star in the making. Last night, at the Beverly Hills launch of Propr, a new clothing line created by her father, David Arquette, and Ben Harper, not only did she steal the spotlight from the likes of Heidi Klum and Cindy Crawford, but she was the talk of the party thanks to a series of impromptu sashays (with pals Harper and Laura Dern’s daughters) down the runway. Said runway was right by the swimming pool, the better to showcase a display of synchronized swimming—to the tune of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody that preceded the show, which was watched by Vincent Gallo, Magda Berliner, Rosanna Arquette, and Jamie Lee Curtis. As for the clothes, they were streamlined basics for men and women that fell into the space between H&M and Banana Republic.

Photo: Getty Images