All posts tagged "James Franco"
The Latest Superstar To Impersonate Terry Richardson
Terry Richardson has outdone himself when it comes to finding a superstar to do an impression of him. What have we here? The sunset, perhaps the most photographed woman in the world, joins Jared Leto, James Franco, and Miranda Kerr in pulling off an impersonation of Terry on his always enjoyable online diary. What a rolodex!
Recognize This Guy?
We'd recognize those baby blues any day of the year. Jared Leto covers an upcoming issue of Candy, dubbed as the first transversal style magazine. You may recall James Franco covering their debut issue in 2010. Leto was shot by his best buddy Terry Richardson. Even though we know the boys love to hang out and do goofy things in their spare time, the former Jordan Catalon is actually gearing up to promote his cross-dressing role in the upcoming movie, Dallas Buyers Club. So pretty.
Frida Giannini And James Franco Are Made To Measure
She's been on mommy duty for the past few months, but Gucci's Frida Giannini was back on the scene in Milan yesterday. As expected she joined James Franco for the launch of Gucci's 'Made To Launch' fragrance and looks like she's back in pre-Mommy body shape. In March, Giannini and hubby Patrizio di Marco welcomed daughter Greta to the world.
James Franco's Bunny Hop
Busy beaver James Franco managed to take some time out of his nonstop sched to hop over to the Playboy Club in London to celebrate his art exhibit, "Psycho Nacirema," on view at the Pace Gallery. What does Franco have up his sleeve with this one? The actor reimagines himself in a video installation as Janet Leigh in Alfred Hitchcock's film Pyscho. Random? You betcha! No wonder he needed a little bunny hug.
Sneak Peek At The Gucci Documentary
James Franco doesn't rest for a second, so it's not such a shocker that he's produced a documentary, The Director,which premiered last night at The Tribeca Film Festival. It's about Gucci's very own Frida Giannini and the "story behind the logo." Franco's been fronting Gucci campaigns since 2008, so he's chummy with the typically press-shy Giannini.
Anja Rubik Covers Vogue Turkey
We don't speak a lot of Turkish (as in none), but still we're captivated with this cover thanks to Anja Rubik bringing her magic to the April edition of Vogue Turkey. Cuneyt Akeroglu shot the busier-than-ever mod with slicked hair in yellow Balmain from their Spring collection. Love the aqua. She also appeared on the cover of T this past weekend. It's not all work for her, though. She recently revealed on Twitter that she gave a thumbs up to Spring Breakers writing: "till now wasn't a fan of James Franco but I must say he won me over...
The Wonderful World of Oz
Last night, Gucci and The Cinema Society hosted a screening of the highly anticipated new flick Oz the Great and Powerful starring James Franco as, you guessed it, Oz. (We knew he was a friend of Dorothy!) The great and the powerful who came out to the DGA's screening room included Emmy Rossum, Dylan McDermott, Prabal Gurung, Alina Cho, John Varvatos, Amy Sacco, Harry Brant