All posts tagged "W Magazine"
Hugh Grant on His Return to Hollywood
Hugh Grant has melted our hearts in flicks like Notting Hill, Love Actually, and Two Weeks Notice, but lately, Grant has pressed pause on the acting front and turned his attention to politics. Now Grant makes his return to the silver screen in Florence Foster Jenkins, where he stars alongside Meryl Streep. The actor talked to W Magazine in its October issue about what he’s been up
W Magazine Celebrates ‘It’ Girls with Jimmy Choo
Where were all of the chicest girls in town yesterday? Lunching chez Le Coucou, the hot new restaurant from Stephen Starr and chef Daniel Rose. The "It" girls were chosen by W, which hosted the event with Jimmy Choo to honor the hautest ladies in fashion, music, art, and film.
Rihanna Covers W Magazine’s September Issue
W magazine has clearly been putting in lots of work, work, work, work, work! The glossy brings on the wow-factor with Rihanna as the cover star of its September special collector's issue.
W Prescribes Monday Blues Cure Via Tom Hiddleston In Boxers
W magazine had the good sense to put Tom Hiddleston in his underwear in its August issue, which profiles The Night Manager star and suspected new boo of Taylor Swift. The British actor was shot by Mona Kuhn and styled by Patrick Mackie in a hotel room at The Standard Highline, and in the shots he wears white
The Daily Roundup: Donatella on Versace’s New Ads, A$AP Rocky Collabs with J.W. Anderson
Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here… Donatella on Versace’s New Ads Donatella Versace reveals how she is unfazed by the conversations surrounding her new Fall/Winter 2016 ad campaign that fronts Karlie Kloss and Gigi Hadid as young moms. A$AP Rocky Collabs with J.W. Anderson The rapper, who has been an ambassador for menswear
Stefano Tonchi, Naomi Campbell, Alexander Gilkes Celebrate 5 Years of Paddle8
Last night, Burberry, W magazine’s Stefano Tonchi and Paddle8 co-founder Alexander Gilkes celebrated the fifth anniversary of the “21st century auction house” at the new Soho House location that everyone’s dying to get into: Ludlow House. The event celebrated the platform’s growth and auctions it’s presented, including sales curated by Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, Grace Coddington, Lynn Wyatt, Bob Colacello, and John Pigozzi. “Paddle8 is five years old
Cindy Crawford Does a Dramatic Interpretation of Prince’s “Little Red Corvette”
W magazine’s Lynn Hirschberg enlisted supermod Cindy Crawford, along with a few celebs—like Elle Fanning, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Chris Evans—to do a dramatic reading of the late Prince’s top hits. “This is pressure for a model! We don’t usually talk!” she said, before nailing her rendition of “Little Red Corvette.” Crawford also shares her favorite memory of the music icon: “I was out
Cara Delevingne: “More is known about my life than the lives of the characters I play. My plan is to reverse that.”
Cara Delevingne opens up to Lynn Hirschberg in the June/July issue of W magazine where the model/actress continues to give good quote. Growing up, Cara dreamed of being Spider Man: “It was the sense of dressing up and feeling really tough. When I was a kid, I always wanted to be other people. I went through different
Kate Moss Divulges Her Beauty Secrets to W
Everyone loves a good supermod beauty routine, if only for the satisfaction of inspiring lofty ambitions to pick up the habits ourselves. On the heels of her first skincare contract, with Decorte, Kate Moss divulges her tips and tricks in a completely down-to-earth interview with W magazine’s beauty director, Jane Larkworthy—like how she borrows a morning skincare habit from Faye Dunaway in Mommie
DKNY & W Magazine Celebrate New Women’s Artist Project
This week, DKNY’s newly-appointed creative directors Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, W Magazine editor-in-chief Stefano Tonchi, and New Museum director Lisa Phillips hosted a dinner and after party to kick off the New Women’s Project. The celebration is part of DKNY’s partnership with the museum to amplify the institution’s long-standing advocacy for women artists as a hallmark of its mission