"Times are hard, but if you shop around und are prepared to vear some things twice before throwing zem away, it is still possible to look good on a clothing budget of about $20,000 a veek." There's your advice from Bruno, the newest alter-ego of Sacha Baron Cohen.
GQ's July cover boy showed up in Leicester Square tonight for the London premiere of 'Bruno'. Too bad the queen was busy with the Royal Ascot, or she might have been thrilled to see his new uniform.
"They didn't just study fashion. You can see that. It's very emotional clothing." - Kirsten Dunst explains the appeal to designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy, who took the 2009 CFDA Award for Womenswear Designer of the Year
We're not claiming it's a high point, in terms of dignity, for us to be asking this, but whose bare-all GQ cover do you prefer? Sacha Baron Cohen will front the magazine as Bruno for its July issue, but Jennifer Aniston went there first this January.
Well, Justin was the cover for our 'Most Stylish Men' issue. And Kanye was inside. We could have had Kanye on the cover and Justin inside, but we did decide that this year, it was Justin. So I guess we made our choice.
GQ Creative Director Jim Moore, recipient of the CFDA's Eleanor Lambert Award, tells The Cut who he favours in the Mr Timberlake/Mr West fashion face off
Vera Wang might or might not bring her glitzy moves (she's a trained ice skater who tried out for the Olympics) to 'Dancing with the Stars' this September. We personally would love to see this star dance, and like one of our commenters, we'd find her presence a reason to watch the show.
When The Cut cornered the world's favourite wedding-dress designer Monday at the CFDA Awards, she wouldn't confirm or deny her placement on the show. "They [the producers] approach a lot of people, not just me," Wang said.
But as to whether she's going on? "We haven't decided," she responded. "They haven't and I haven't."
House of Holland designer Henry Holland has won Topshop NEWGEN sponsorship. Again. Other designers in the influential programme for Fall 2009 London Fashion Week include Mark Fast, Mary Katrantzou, Meadham Kirchhoff and Peter Pilotto.
If Anna Wintour's even thinking about showing up to the Brit capital in September (for the first time in eons), we expect the 25th anniversary season won't be too bad.
Former POP magazine editor and current LOVE mag editor Katie Grand has reason to celebrate: She's engaged to her leading-man musician. We have details about her ring and hen party, plus more about nuptials for Marc Jacobs and Lorenzo Martone. Did we mention that the mega-designer is set to get hitched this month?
Kelis was never going to be someone that compromised her eclectic style because of pregnancy. Last night she wore a blue and white dress with hair to match at Samsung's 8th Annual Four Seasons of Hope Gala at Cipriani.