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Gwyneth Paltrow Might Take Goop to Television (Page Six)
Gwyneth Paltrow might be looking to extend her Goop empire (and influence) even more by heading to television. Earlier this week, the actress/mogul hinted at the Wall Street Journal’s D.Live tech conference that a project was in the works. A show? A bunch of shows? A whole network? Only time will tell.
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Beyoncé Buys Ivy Park From Philip Green (Business of Fashion)
Two years ago, Beyonce launched Ivy Park with Topshop chairman Philip Green. Now, her company, Parkwood, has bought Green out, meaning Bey has full ownership over the brand. “After discussions of almost a year, [Beyoncé’s] Parkwood has acquired 100 percent of the Ivy Park brand,” a representative for the brand said in a statement. This is probably for the best, as Green was recently outed in a #MeToo abuse story.
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Mert and Marcus Will Receive the Isabella Blow Award at the 2018 British Fashion Awards
The British Fashion Council has announced that photography duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott will receive the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator at The Fashion Awards 2018 in partnership with Swarovski. The pair, who are celebrating their 25th anniversary in fashion this year, have been credited as “one of the names to define the birth of digital fashion photography,” and have shot for brands like Givenchy, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton, as well as LOVE Magazine, Vogue, and more. Earlier this year Taschen released a 400-page retrospective book of their work. The ceremony will take place Monday December 10th.
Barneys’ Holiday Campaign Supports Save the Children
Barneys is partnering with Save the Children this holiday season to support early childhood educations programs across America. Titled “Make Change,” the campaign includes the store’s window displays, in-store experiences, and a public service announcement featuring actor and Save the Children trustee Jennifer Garner. “Giving back has always been an important part of the Barneys New York DNA, and education is one of the pillars of our Barneys New York Foundation” said Tomm Miller, EVP, communications and marketing. “This holiday season, we are so proud that ‘Make Change’ brings the spirit of change to everything from our window displays to our social media, supporting Save the Children’s vital work with children across the country.”
Chanel’s Redesigned Manhattan Boutique Finally Opens
New York Chanel lovers have two reasons to rejoice today. First, the 57th street flagship finally reopens to the public after undergoing a redesign. The new space — Chanel’s largest in the US — was designed by architect Peter Marino, and features a custom sculpture by Jean-Michel Othoniel. The artwork is a massive, 60-foot-tall pearl necklace that rises up the four-story staircase. The shop also features artworks by Robert Mapplethorpe, Jenny Holzer, and more. To celebrate its opening Chanel has created a limited-edition New York-themed version of its 2.55 handbag exclusive to the location. Other 57th street exclusives include a steel Code Coco watch with diamond-set bezel and mirror dial, and a new scent, Les Exclusifs de CHANEL 1957.
Helena Christensen, Viggo Mortensen, and Mahershala Ali Toast the Release of Green Book
Viggo Mortensen and Marhershala Ali, the stars of Green Book, came out to toast the film at a Cinema Society screening and party with help from Helena Christensen, Kathleen Turner, and Paul Sorvino, among others. Afterwards, guests continued the celebrations at Jimmy at the James Hotel.