Lindsay Lohan is Cosmopolitan’s latest cover star
LiLo—it’s been a while! The rom com world royalty is gracing the new cover of Cosmopolitan—which the magazine says was a year in the making. Inside the Work Issue, the notoriously private newlywed star chats openly and honestly about everything from her quiet life in Dubai (she moved there because paparazzi are illegal) to her friendship with Al Pacino and her penchant for collecting vintage clothing and a newfound love of laser facials. Set to appear on our screens in November in the first of her three-picture deal with Netflix, we’re about to see a lot more of the actress. Below, she also took the outlet on a tour down memory lane as she recalled some of her most famous roles to date. Read the feature here too.
Hailey Bieber looks to fashion history for her Halloween costume
Halloween but make it haute. One of Instagram’s most visible supermodel made sure all eyes were on her this weekend as she channeled an iconic runway look of the past. In a custom-created look, Bieber emulated the floral garland bra top and ruffled skirt that French model Laetitia Casta wore in the Spring Summer 1999 couture show. At the time, the designer made the romantic and whimsical creation for Casta by creating it directly onto her body, in a celebration of their friendship.
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Anthony Vaccarello is WSJ. Magazine’s Fashion Innovator of the year
Speaking of YSL! Saint Laurent’s revered creative director Anthony Vaccarello is being awarded this year’s Fashion Innovator honor at the WSJ. Magazine Innovator Awards, taking place in New York City this week. At the helm of the multi-billion dollar brand since 2014, the Brussels-born designer is not typically one to court the spotlight. “I’m not looking for celebrity,” the 40-year-old designer told the magazine’s fashion director Rory Satran in an accompanying cover story. “I love my job, I love doing clothes. But it’s not about me; it’s about what I’m doing.” In the piece, he tells Satran about his lifelong love for the craft—”Even when I was a kid, I always loved fashion, but didn’t know it could be a job,” he reflects—as well as his enduring obsession with the ’90s, revolving his work routine around his son Luca, and the moments he’s most proud of to date. Read the full feature, with images by Juergen Teller, here.
Self-Portrait hosted an intimate dinner
Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper made a rare public appearance together over the weekend, joining Self-Portrait founder and creative director Han Chong to fête the new Resort ’23 collection. Self-Portrait welcomed friends of the brand to The Flower Shop for an evening of dinner, drinks, and dancing at the Lower East Side hotspot. Among those in attendance for the occasion were Edward Enninful and Alec Maxwell, Stella Maxwell, Amelia Gray Hamlin, Meghan Rochie, Leonardo DiCaprio, Liya Kebede, Aweng Chuol, Indira Scott, Pat McGrath, Craig McDean, Derek Blasberg, Lulu Tenney, Laura Kim, Fernando Garcia, Prabal Gurung, Kailand Morris, and more.
Blue tick on Twitter? That’ll cost you
In a scoop for The Verge, tech reporter Alex Heath writes that Elon Musk is set to implement a $19.99 monthly charge for those with verified accounts to maintain their blue check status. Heath states that The Verge has obtained internal correspondence that shows Musk has already given an ultimatum to Twitter employees to enact payment plans. Under his directive, Twitter Blue, the platform’s optional, $4.99/month service for additional features, will become a more expensive subscription at $19.99/month that also verifies users. As part of the change, verified users will have 90 days to subscribe to Twitter Blue or lose their blue checkmark. The Verge also reports that Twitter employees have been given a deadline of November 7 to launch the feature, or they will be fired.
The whole verification process is being revamped right now
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 30, 2022