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Hamish Bowles Chronicles The Costume Institute

Hamish Bowles Chronicles The Costume Institute

  by Lauren Kaplan

When The Costume Institute announces the subject of its next big spring exhibition, all eyes will be on Anna Wintour and Vogue to throw the most fashionable fete imaginable to coincide with it. And while we’ve become experts at assessing [...]

Tags: history, anna wintour, Annie Leibovitz, charles james, Chloe Malle, Craig McDean, Fashion, gala, Hamish Bowles, Jacqueline Kennedy, mario testino, Met Gala, photoshoot, steven meisel, The Costume Institute, The Met, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas P. Campbell, Vogue
First Look: Celebrate the Legacy of Vidal Sassoon

First Look: Celebrate the Legacy of Vidal Sassoon

  by Valis Vicenty

It seems that everyone is trading in their long tresses for a cropped coif. We’ve seen Nicole Richie, Vanessa Hudgens, and Karlie Kloss choose to sport wash and wear hair. I even cut my curls to greet the New Year! This year also [...]

Tags: history, commericial, hair hairstylist, legacy, nicole richie, Vanessa Hudgens, vidal sassoon, Vidal Sassoon Pro Series
Winner’s Circle: Girls and Les Mis Win Big at the Golden Globes

Winner’s Circle: Girls and Les Mis Win Big at the Golden Globes

  by Valis Vicenty

The 70th Annual Golden Globes ramped up the stakes in the upcoming Oscar race as Ben Affleck’s rescue mission come to life, Argo snapped up the two awards while Les Misèrables and Girls made big strides as well, making many believe that [...]

Tags: history, anne hathaway, argo, ben affleck, Christoph Waltz, claire danes, Damian Lewis, Daniel Day-Lewis, Django Unchained, don cheadle, Downton Abbey, ed harris, game change, girls, golden globes, golden globes winners, hatfields & mccoys, hbo, Homeland, hugh jackman, jennifer lawrence, Jessica Chastain, julianna moore, Kevin Costner, lena dunham, les miserables, lincoln, maggie smith, Showtime, Silver Linings Playbook, Zero Dark Thirty