Releasing in February when the Tigers return for ASW.
A follow-up to last year’s LDWaffle.
An unexpected sneaker project is set to arrive next month with the latest partnership between renowned sneaker customizer Dominic “The Shoe Surgeon” Ciambrone and the candy bar Twix.
To celebrate the rollout of Twix’s new Cookies & Creme bars, the brand has unveiled a limited-edition Twix x The Shoe Surgeon sneaker inspired by the Air Jordan 1. While the sneaker is indeed a custom iteration of the popular Jordan model, Jordan Brand does not appear to be part of the project.
The upper uses corduroy fabric on the outer layer that can be cut or torn away to reveal smooth white patent leather for the creme center and black and white stingray leather inspired by the crunchy cookie bits.
“Twix Cookies & Creme pairs one of America’s most popular cookie flavors with its most popular cookie bar, creating a crave-worthy treat that appeals to loyal Twix fans and welcomes new consumers to the brand,” said Twix brand director, Michelle Deignan. “Our sneaker collaboration brings our new flavor to life in a fresh, unexpected way, one that celebrates the relevance of cookies & creme within sneaker culture and the left and right roots of our brand.”
According to the brand, lucky fans will have an opportunity to pick up a pair for free starting in February during in-store and online drop events. Further instructions have yet to be announced but will be revealed through the brand and store social channels in the days leading up the event on Twitter and Instagram.
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The Screen Actors Guild Awards celebrates the most outstanding performances of the year in film and television. The program airs on TNT and TBS on Sunday, Jan. 19, at 8 p.m. ET from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Nominees include Margot Robbie, Jennifer Lopez, Jamie Foxx and more.
Below, we’ve answered all the questions you may have about the awards ceremony itself, as well as how to watch the accompanying red carpet livestream for free.
How to Watch the SAG Awards
The SAG Awards air live simultaneously on TBS and TNT at 8 p.m. ET.
People and Entertainment Weekly, in partnership with TNT, will host the official live red carpet streaming pre-show beginning at 5:30 p.m. The show can be streamed on People, Entertainment Weekly and TNT’s YouTube channels and social media accounts as well as online at Tntdrama.com/sag-awards, Sagawards.org, People.com and EW.com.
Who Is the Host?
A host has yet to be announced as of Jan. 17. Previous hosts include Megan Mullaly and Kristen Bell.
Who Is Nominated?
There are 13 awards all centered solely around actors’ performances; recipients of Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture are set to be announced in the first half of the red carpet.
Taron Egerton, Joaquin Phoenix and Leonardo DiCaprio are in the running for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role while Lupita Nyong’o, Scarlett Johansson and more are up for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role.
Robert De Niro is set to receive the SAG Life Achievement Award for his successful career in the film industry.
FN will have all the details on the red carpet action from the 2020 SAG Awards.
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Sofia Richie took the slime green trend out to dinner.
The 21-year-old left Craig’s restaurant in Los Angeles after a meal with friends; she chose a bright green and black tie-dye top under a black leather blazer-style jacket with black trousers for the evening.
The model channeled the ’90s in a set of thin-strap knot-tied leather sandals with gold snakeskin patterning and a tall stiletto heel. The vintage feel of the footwear comes after 2019’s huge revitalization of ’90s-style trends include neon colors and square-toe shoes.
Richie wore a similar black leather blazer this week from Alexander Wang as she posed in red ankle-wrap pumps for her an at-home photoshoot by her dad, Lionel Richie. Looping the wraps of your heels around the outside of your pants’ hem is a new celeb-favorited style by stars like Dua Lipa, Emily Ratajkowski and Kylie Jenner.
She captioned the post: “Art direction by @lionelrichie Swipe to last photo see him telling me why his photos are better than anyone else’s.”
Sofia Richie has partnered for her own collections with brands like Frankie’s Bikinis and Misguided as well as starred in campaigns for Mackage, Tommy Hilfiger and more.
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Serena Williams is already on her A-game at the Australian Open.
The tennis pro and Nike athlete took the court during an open practice at Melbourne Park today wearing a Nike-centric ensemble including a bright yellow t-shirt, black cropped leggings and a black and white visor.
On her feet, the legendary Grand Slam winner moved with ease in Nike sneakers; the lilac and green-accented set of tennis shoes feature a textured outsole and a subtle signature on the inside upper.
Williams is set to play Anastasia Potapova in the first round of the tournament that kicks off on Monday in Australia, with the match set to take place Sunday evening at 8:15 p.m. E.T.
With 23 Grand Slam wins under her belt, Williams is looking to tie Margaret Court’s record of 24 titles; Williams won her most recent major championship at the 2017 Australian Open after defeating her sister Venus Williams.
Serena Williams signed her initial signature deal with Nike in 2004 and has since had a series of signature shoes and apparel. Together, the athlete and the brand announced in October 2019 that they are looking for a group of emerging designers to create a Williams-inspired shoe and apparel collection for 2020.
The project is part of Nike’s ongoing efforts to “bring diverse perspectives into design,” the sportswear giant said in a release.
Click through the gallery to see more of Serena Williams’ on-court styles throughout the years.
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Cardi B will find any excuse to rock a bold ensemble and this time she found the perfect reason: Paris Fashion Week.
The “I Like it” rapper chose a body-conscious black gown from Marine Serre featuring layers and layers of added embellishments ranging from chain fringe to dangling keys while out in Paris last night; she carried a matching purse as well as wore a studded balaclava. She topped off the all-black outfit with sleek black pumps from Christian Louboutin; the So Kate pumps feature a 5-inch heel with a sharply pointed toe, retailing for $725.
She captioned the post: “Word that describe this Paris trip.Good food, fashion ,laughs and passion .Fit @marineserre_official.”
She shared a different view of the look alongside her husband and member of Migos, Offset, who also wore an all-black outfit. The duo posed in front of pieces from Richard Orlinski’s art gallery including a large, red gorilla.
Cardi B wore an equally body-conscious ensemble including a sheer bodysuit and black booties with a different style of face mask while out with her beau earlier this week.
Click through the gallery to see more of Cardi B’s top style moments.
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The Hadid sisters are bringing all the trends to Paris this week.
Gigi Hadid stepped out of her hotel wearing a ’90s-style V-cut buttoned cardigan made from patchwork knit fabric; she paired the top with a plain white T-shirt, light wash jeans and small-frame metal sunglasses. The “Friends”-inspired ensemble falls in line with 2019’s big revamping of ’90s-style trends including square-toe footwear and neon colorways.
She topped off her look in slouchy nude leather boots with a pointed toe and a high heel.
Her younger sister Bella followed suit out of their hotel in France wearing an ensemble inspired by a different decade. The 23-year-old looked straight out of the ’70s in orange glasses, a floral top, a brown leather jacket with a furry collar and boot-cut pants.
She finished her outfit off with chunky leather boots atop a thicker rubber outsole and a squared-off toe.
The pair is similar to a set Bella wore when she left their hotel yesterday morning; her set on Friday featured a patent leather upper with a chunky block heel.
Click through the gallery to see more of Bella and Gigi Hadid’s fashion month appearances.
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The sneaker is constructed with white premium leather with gray suede overlays, orange accents and marron 3-Stripe branding. The $99 style also features a platform midsole, a comfort-enhancing Ortholite sockliner and a cord detail at the heel.
Lucky celebs like Reese Witherspoon, Elen Degeneres, Cardi B and Janelle Monae were gifted the entire line early. They all took to social media to show off the hotly-anticipated collection.
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Buckingham Palace announced today in an official statement that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have resigned as working members of the royal family. The couple will no longer use their “royal highness” titles and won’t receive any public funds.
Additionally, they will repay the 3 million dollars they spent using taxpayers’ money to renovate their Frogmore Cottage home near Windsor Castle in London, which will remain as their U.K. residence.
The queen also issued a personal statement of support for the new arrangement in which she acknowledges the challenges the couple have faced since they wed in 2018. “I want to thank them for all their dedicated work across this country, the Commonwealth and beyond, and am particularly proud of how Meghan has so quickly become one of the family.”
Now that things have been settled though, everyone is wondering how the duo will make their money to support the life they’ve become accustomed to. On Dec. 19, they were awarded the trademark “Sussex Royal The Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex”, which means they now have the rights to their royal foundation’s name in several areas such as footwear, apparel and accessories.
It’s been speculated that the trademark filing could be linked to the former actress’ ability to make products move — a phenomenon that’s been dubbed the “Markle Sparkle.” In November, global fashion search platform Lyst named the Duchess of Sussex its No. 1 Power Dresser, putting her ahead of stars like Cardi B and Kylie Jenner who both have footwear deals. The site has reported that Markle’s outfits fueled an average 216% increase in searches for pieces similar to those she wore.
So, will the new mom cash in on her power to sell? Time will tell.
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Best foot forward, as she revealed to FN at the LVMH Prize event last year, Emily Bode has launched her first footwear collection for fall ‘20. The three styles debuted at her show this morning in Paris. The first was her Bode House Shoe, made to be worn outdoors but inspired by the comfort of domestic interiors.
The designer said they were made in Italy by a family-owned third-generation factory that used to be an artisan shop. They came in black leather adorned with tiny gold trinkets. Take a closer look and you’ll see a cow motif — a nod to thé provenance of the leather. The second model was jelly sandal and the third a gardening shoe. 100% recyclable, they were made in France from hemp, a beautiful alternative to using plastics, she said.
The sustainably-minded designer is known for her use of dead stock and repurposing of vintage fabrics. The overall collection was inspired by the childhood and education of environmentalist and designer, Benjamin Bloomstein, cofounder of Green River Project LLC design studio. He went to school in an old Shaker village in Mount Lebanon, N.Y.
A model wearing gardening shoes.Suits and jackets were fashioned from repurposed equine blankets while coats were inspired by quilt-making techniques using racing rosettes or souvenir patches. The method was popular in the US during the 1920s – 1940s. One look, made with 100% traceable and certifiable merino wool, she said will form part of her Woolmark Prize submission next month.
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Everywhere you looked on the streets at Paris Men’s Fashion Week, it seemed that a pair of chunky sneakers could be spotted. Guests heading to and from shows styled the ubiquitous silhouette with carefully-curated outfits.
Jean Sebastien Roques, for one, wore Prada’s black “Cloudbust Thunder” sneakers featuring a sawtooth tread outsole with a black hoodie underneath a long white trench coat.
Meanwhile, Shannon Flanders donned Off-White’s Odsy-1000 sneakers, which has a partially translucent upper, a bright orange lacing system and a bulky blue-green sole. He paired them with a monochromatic olive green outfit and black leather Off-White crossbody bag with pink details.
Elsewhere, Corey Stokes showed off Ugg’s brand new white sneakers featuring a fluffy faux fur upper dubbed “The Rat.” The rodent-inspired shoes dropped just yesterday at select retails. Stokes wore the bold sneaks with a cozy creamy knit look.
The Nike x Sacai LDV Waffle in “Pine Green” also made an appearance. The popular vibrant-hued style, which was teamed with sleek black trousers, has a mesh upper with layered suede eyestays, dual two-tone Swooshes and a double-stacked, sculpted midsole.
For more street style sneakers at Paris Fashion Week Men’s, scroll through the gallery.
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I’m not a full-face-of-makeup kind of girl. It’s only on certain occasions that you’ll see me wearing a full-coverage foundation with a bold smoky eye and a bright red lip. What I do reach for on the daily? A good tube of mascara, Glossier Generation G, brow product, and a dash of blush. I’ll even go so far as to say you can eliminate everything but mascara, because we all have those days that we have to get ready in a pinch.
But here comes my problem when it comes to mascara: I have sensitive eyes, just as I have pretty sensitive skin. One swipe of the wrong mascara and my eyes start to burn and water nonstop, leaving a smudged mess that’s not exactly the look I was going for. And even though I have found one that works well for me, I’ve been itching for a switch it up a bit as of late.
That’s when I turned to the vast world of Amazon, Sephora, Dermstore, and Walmart to find the absolute best mascaras for sensitive eyes. By combing through the reviews, I was able to find 17 holy-grail products that seem like they won’t make my eyes burn, water, or itch. Bonus if they add instant length and volume, which several promise to do.
Ahead, see the 17 best mascaras for sensitive eyes, all of which I’m dying to try out ASAP.
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Welcome to our World’s Best Shoppers series, a monthly feature in which we tap into the shopping leaders of the fashion world—the best fashion directors, buyers, and stylists—for sartorial insight on what to buy each season.
What should we buy in 2020? For the fashion-forward among us, it’s a question that is at the forefront of our minds as we move through the first month of the new decade and start to get excited about the fresh new trends and pieces that’ll soon be dominating our Insta feeds. It’s also a great time to reassess our wardrobes and start thinking about some smart investments for the year ahead. To get us inspired, we tapped into the world’s best shoppers to see exactly what they’re buying this year. From trending runway-inspired pieces that have true staying power to classic and versatile items that will last you for years to come, scroll below to see what these women—with an eye for fashion—are investing in this year.
It’s definitely pushing it to call a button-down a trend, but if the last year has taught us anything, it’s that the world of fashion is peeling away from frills and sticking to the classics. That’s not to say there weren’t some breathtaking and exciting moments on the S/S 20 runways, but, to no one’s surprise, we saw things like suiting and (drumroll, please) button-down shirts take center stage as both standalone items and key stying pieces.
While there were many “boring” items that graced the spring and summer collections, it was the classic button-down shirt that caught our attention the most. Proving to be trending in its own way, this wardrobe staple was the workhorse of dozens of collections this season, and we have hand-selected the best looks from them all. Beyond that, the fashion girls have been flaunting their “boring” shirt moments all over Instagram, and we’ve gathered those for you here as well.
Between the 18 ways to style this classic shirt and the shopping accompanying each, there’s no way you’ll walk away from this story without going straight to your closet and pulling out all of the button-downs I know you already have sitting in your closet.
As Sakara explains on its website, there’s a lot to love about the Super Powder ($45), but as someone who drinks a protein powder–laced smoothie daily, I’ve been around the block in terms of product trials and have tested pretty much every plant-based protein powder formula on the market. Spoiler: Most of the time, I’m disappointed. They either taste like a shot of wheatgrass or are overly sweetened with sugar alternatives like stevia or monk fruit and far too saccharine for my taste.
According to the brand, the Super Powder is an all-in-one nutrition supplement featuring 12 grams of plant protein from organic, whole-food sources only. (No dairy or soy here, folks!) Additionally, there’s only one gram of sugar per serving (which comes from coconut sugar), and the brand’s experts say the strategic blend of plant protein (from whole pea, hemp, sesame, and pumpkin seeds), daily greens (from alkalizing grasses and algae), its trademarked Ceramosides Phytoceramides, digestive enzymes, B12, and L-theanine can help increase energy and skin glow while decreasing common conundrums like bloating.
“Most collagen powders on the market are made from ground animal bones with unknown origins,” the brand shares on its website. “We wanted to make a plant-based alternative we could trust. This powder contains phytoceramides—100% plant-based, gluten-free skin enhancers derived from wheat that improve skin by boosting collagen production, restoring the body’s natural lipids, maintaining the skin barrier, maximizing cellular hydration.”
Now, I’ll be honest and say that initially, I didn’t think I was a fan. For one, the taste was a bit greener and earthier than I was expecting (again, there’s only one gram of sugar!), and whereas my normal smoothie would keep me full until lunchtime, I found I was hungry within a couple of hours after slurping down my Super Powder. This was probably due to the fact that Sakara’s formula has 12 grams of plant protein compared to the 20 or even 30 grams that my other powders supplied.
However, I was not deterred! Aside from being a bit hungrier than I was used to, I felt great and definitely less bloated, so I simply began tweaking my recipe. I added some healthy fats in the form of almond butter or avocado to help with satiety, increased to a scoop and a half of the Super Powder for a little more protein, and also played around with adding more cinnamon, some vanilla extract, or manuka honey for a touch more sweetness to offset the fresh, grassier flavor.
Lo and behold, after a few days, I noticed my morning smoothies kept me full until 1 or even 2 p.m., and I barely noticed the fresh, grassy taste. Heck, I even began to prefer the earthier flavor over the super-sweet powders I’d been using before.
First, I have to begin by making the obvious disclaimer that just because I had success with this product or noticed certain benefits doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll have the same experience. We all have different dietary needs and bodies, which can impact the results we see or how much we like a product. That said, I truly believe in the high quality of everything Sakara produces, and I feel confident recommending the Super Powder to anyone who is looking for a multifunctioning wellness product to add to their arsenal. For me, the biggest changes I noticed were in my skin, my appetite and cravings, and the way that my jeans fit.
Even though I don’t think I lost any weight (that wasn’t my goal to start with), I definitely felt like my stomach was much flatter and slower to irritate while drinking the Super Powder each morning. I’m sure this is due to the digestive enzyme blend, which isn’t surprising to me since digestive enzymes (from another brand) were one of the few products that also managed to make it through that wellness-product exodus I mentioned earlier. I loved that I could reap the same benefits in my morning smoothie concoction without having to pop my other digestive enzyme capsules throughout the day. (I’m all for killing multiple wellness birds with one stone!)
Also, I noticed a significant decrease in my craving for sweets—a perk I also noticed while regularly sipping on the brand’s Metabolism Super Powder. Usually, I start to ache for something sugary around 2 or 3 p.m., right around the same time my brain starts to crash after a day of writing, but I barely thought about the dark chocolate bars or peanut butter cups I have stashed in my desk drawers for sugar emergencies. In fact, I felt like my appetite had lessened. I didn’t feel like I needed lunch until later in the afternoon, and then lunch held me over well until dinner or, at the very least, until I could grab a snack that wasn’t super sugary. Honestly, it was a relief to have that panicky sense of hunger or sugar cravings put to rest. So, thank you for that, Sakara!
Last but not least, I felt like my skin definitely started to look brighter and clearer. Of course, it’s hard to say whether this was just random, an effect of my skincare routine, or truly a result of Sakara’s Super Powder, but I don’t think it was a coincidence. As I mentioned, the Super Powder is made of only organic, whole-food sources without potential allergens or acne-aggravators like dairy or soy. Also, it barely has any sugar or sugar alternatives, and sometimes I wonder if the saccharine sweetness from stevia or monk fruit in other powders I’ve used has contributed to my acne-prone skin. Of course, I was also grabbing fewer craving-induced snacks, which might have contributed to fewer breakouts as well. Regardless, I was super happy with my results and experience testing Sakara’s Super Powder, and I plan on adding it to my always-growing collection of Sakara favorites.
Keep reading for the other Sakara products I always have on hand.
Ever since Meghan Markle married Prince Harry in 2018, countless changes have befallen her life. Aside from the whole becoming royalty thing, the sartorial swaps alone were enough to make us do a double take. It’s no surprise that in addition to the lengthening of her hemlines, Markle’s beauty wardrobe has gotten a touch of royal refinement, too. Messy ponytails? Never. Dark nail polish? Not without outrage!
Now that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced their plans to “step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family,” and end their full-time residence in the UK, it seems only natural that many of the stringent royal rules they’ve been adhering to will fall by the wayside. As you can imagine, the rumor mill is already swirling about the pair’s next professional move, where they’ll take up residence (signs are pointing to Canada), and what all of this will mean for the rest of the British royal family. But, being the beauty fanatics we are, we can’t stop thinking about all the beauty looks Markle will be free to experiment with now that she won’t be taking on as many official royal duties.
Without the watchful eye of the often harsh (and arguably…biased) British tabloids breathing down her neck, we think this time might mark a decidedly more adventurous beauty period for the American-born duchess. (At least we hope so!) Ahead, check out the 10 most exciting beauty trends Meghan Markle can wear freely now that we’d be so excited to see.
Pulling off a beret without looking like you ducked into a Parisian tourist shop is no easy feat, which explains why the majority of women eschew the topper. However, we’re here to explain how to wear a beret and why this season you may finally feel differently.
There’s a long history of chic women sporting the beret. Not only has it graced style icons we all know and adore, but it’s also continued to be a major accessory on the runways, as evidenced in seasons past. Furthermore, there are some seriously amazing berets on the market right now for you to shop. So if you’ve been debating how to wear a beret without feeling like a poser Parisian, were here to help.
Scroll down for outfit ideas and shop our favorite styles.
This post was published at an earlier date and updated by Anna LaPlaca.
As far as controversial trends go, we’ve seen some wild ones—from the ultra-low-rise jeans of the early 2000s to the heeled flip-flops of last year. But one of the most controversial trends of all time is apparently back and just as polarizing as ever. Rising to fame in the early 2000s and then making an under-the-radar comeback in the last few years, the trend you never thought you’d see again is here: the visible thong.
That’s right, visible thongs are making a quiet comeback. What was once a favorite of early-2000s pop stars like Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera is popping up on today’s coolest fashion people like Jennifer Lopez and Emily Ratajkowski. We saw this trend bubbling up sporadically in 2018 and 2019, but here we are only a few days into 2020, and we’ve already spotted it on a few of the most influential fashion girls. We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but based on the evidence below, it looks like this trend is just beginning. Visible thongs, whale tails, whatever you want to call it, all signs point to this controversial trend sticking around for a while.
Celebs are known for just going for it and owning their looks—despite what the fashion universe deems sartorially acceptable. This became particularly clear after going through the skinny-jean “mistakes” fashion A-listers make on the regular.
Well, it’s not only skinnies that celebrities are styling in unconventional ways. Stars like Jessica Biel, Jasmine Tookes, and Victoria Beckham push the boundaries with their ankle boot outfits as well. Keep scrolling to check out the “don’ts” celebs (and our team) ignore when it comes to wearing their booties. Plus, shop our favorite ankle boots of the moment if you’re feeling inspired to test out their perfect offbeat ensembles as well.
While skinnies are the common jeans of choice to tuck into booties, a looser pair where the jeans bunch is actually quite forward, despite the fact that it may not be the most streamlined look. Right, Hailey Rhode Bieber?
It’s time to finally break that age-old styling trope that you can’t wear navy and black together. Jessica Biel clearly agrees, pairing navy boots rather than black with her dark jeans.
Stirrup leggings are polarizing in nature. While we’ve seen them styled with sneakers a lot, the casual look over sophisticated pointed boots feels so wrong that it’s right. We’re here for this, Victoria Beckham.
Going for leather boots with leather pants like Jasmine Tookes is wearing here isn’t always the preferred choice, because the booties can get lost in the look. But the leather-on-leather vibe is actually quite cool.
We typically see either a no-sock look with ankle boots or a more statement tall sock style. But if you’re feeling ankle socks and want to show them off like Gigi Hadid here, go for it.
This story was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.
There’s a reason we called them Supers: the catwalkers and cover girls of the 1990s were celebrities in their own right, appearing in music videos (hello, George Michael’s “Freedom!”), hosting television shows (MTV’s House of Style, anyone?), and providing enough tabloid fodder through their romantic and professional lives that they eventually became household names. While we may have Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner now, the biggest ’90s supermodels were their own breed.
What’s also remarkable is that more than two decades later, we’re all still captivated by them, from their personal style to their families, which now include a couple of model daughters with burgeoning careers of their own. Below we’re taking a look back at 10 models who defined the decade, from Kate and Christy to Tyra and Tatjana.
This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Aleksija Vujicic.
Award season is officially in full swing. With the Golden Globes and Critics’ Choice Awards behind us, tonight we’re turning our eyes to the striking red carpet looks at the 31st annual Producers Guild Awards. Held at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, the Producers Guild Awards celebrate the finest producing work of the year, and this year’s lineup of nominees includes some of our favorites such as Fleabag, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Marriage Story, and Joker.
This show has a history of major red carpet moments, and with a slew of celebs set to attend, we’ll be bringing you every impressive look to hit the red carpet. Keep scrolling for more, and check back throughout the night as the arrivals continue.
When Matt Reeves’ The Batman hits the big screen in May 2021, the iconic Gotham City will likely look a bit different than we’ve previously seen
Director Christopher Nolan used combinations of Chicago, Pittsburgh, and New York City for his Dark Knight trilogy with Christian Bale, while Tim Burton and Zack Snyder each had more stylized versions of Gotham. But this time around, it appears that Reeves is going for a more comic book-accurate look at Gotham, using the historical architecture of Europe to make it happen.
Filming is already underway in London and will continue through this year, with the movie hitting theaters in 2021. There likely will be more locations added as filming continues, but for now, Reeves’ home base for the production is taking place in England.
Here’s a look at where The Batman is filming—and guides to all the great stuff you can do if you visit those spots.
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It’s Michelle Obama’s birthday today.
The former first lady is now 56 year old and celebrating with a powerful, introspective message. She shared a photo of herself alongside friends on a hike in front of a picturesque scene of roaring hills and a double rainbow.
For her athleisure-chic ensemble, the “Becoming” author chose a long gray tank, black cropped leggings and a pair of sneakers by the On brand. The waterproof Cloudventure sneakers feature a black outsole, coral accents, Missiongrip outsole for maximum traction and Zero Gravity Cloud cushioning for shock and impact absorption.
In her caption, she wrote: “With the girls off at college, this birthday brings with it a new perspective — a fresh breath —along my journey. I’m looking forward to devoting some quality time to my friends and to myself — and of course, to that husband of mine, too.”
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Thank you all for the wonderful birthday wishes! With the girls off at college, this birthday brings with it a new perspective—a fresh breath—along my journey. I’m looking forward to devoting some quality time to my friends and to myself—and of course, to that husband of mine, too. I’m looking to make this year the best one yet—can’t wait to keep you all posted along the way.
Her husband, former president Barack Obama, also shared a sweet moment on his wife’s special day with a series of photos of the duo in a photo booth.
He captioned his celebratory post: “In every scene, you are my star, @MichelleObama! Happy birthday, baby!”
Michelle may be known for her impressive work in the White House, but she also is recognized for her iconic style. The mom-of-two has embraced and elevated American designers and high-low fashion.
Click through the gallery to see more of Michelle Obama’s best fashion moments.
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Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne, Robert Pattinson, Courtney Love and friends all turned out for Kim Jones.
His Dior Men’s show which took place this evening in a monolithic white rectangular box erected in Paris’ Place de Concorde, was announced as a tribute to Jones’ friend, the late Judy Blame, with whom he worked on accessories during his time at Louis Vuitton.
The jeweler and tastemaker was a key player in London’s ‘80s club kid scene, styled celebrities like Neneh Cherry (who also sat front row), Boy George and Bjork, and collaborated with brands such as Comme des Garcons, Marc Jacobs and Moschino.
The Dior logo came pierced with a safety pin, a nod to Blame’s DIY inspired style.
Blame also famously loved a glove and all the looks in the collection were accessorized with opera gloves, lending an elegance to proceedings that were part regal, part glam rock.
It’s a look FN can certainly see showgoer Robert Pattison carrying off with aplomb.
These were a perfect foil both for the punky pins and the jewelry designed by Dior collaborator Yoon Ahn, whose Ambush label New Guards Group has just acquired a controlling stake. Her jewelry featured reinterpretation of pieces made by Blame himself.
When it came to his footwear, Jones showed elegant boots cinched with ankle straps. Right now, elevated heels that have been doing the rounds on the men’s fall ’20 circuit might be a step too far for the Dior man. But give it time.
Click through the gallery to see more looks from Dior men’s fall ’20 show.