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Cara Delevingne on her big TV breakthrough: ‘I don’t want an easy ride’

Her eyebrows launched 1,000 photoshoots but now the top model is making it big on screen – as an exiled faerie in a fantasy thriller opposite Orlando Bloom

‘Oh my gosh, I love your dress!” Cara Delevingne stretches out a hand and nods approvingly. It’s an offhand comment, but it still feels like a big compliment coming from someone who has twice been named model of the year at the British Fashion awards, the woman who singlehandedly sold bushy brows to the masses, and who – for a time – was so conspicuous that you could barely pick up a magazine without said brows staring back at you. For her part, Delevingne looks laid-back yet pristine, the same way wealthy people do at airports – sequin top and impractical-for-most white trousers; smudgy, kohl-rimmed eyes that are just the right side of slept in; a loose French plait slung over one shoulder; “curated” diamond piercings snaking up both ears.
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Cara Delevingne on her big TV breakthrough: ‘I don’t want an easy ride’

Her eyebrows launched 1,000 photoshoots but now the top model is making it big on screen – as an exiled faerie in a fantasy thriller opposite Orlando Bloom

‘Oh my gosh, I love your dress!” Cara Delevingne stretches out a hand and nods approvingly. It’s an offhand comment, but it still feels like a big compliment coming from someone who has twice been named model of the year at the British Fashion awards, the woman who singlehandedly sold bushy brows to the masses, and who – for a time – was so conspicuous that you could barely pick up a magazine without said brows staring back at you. For her part, Delevingne looks laid-back yet pristine, the same way wealthy people do at airports – sequin top and impractical-for-most white trousers; smudgy, kohl-rimmed eyes that are just the right side of slept in; a loose French plait slung over one shoulder; “curated” diamond piercings snaking up both ears.
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Claudia Schiffer In "Vogue"

Sneak Peek new images of supermodel/actress Claudia Schiffer, the executive producer of "Kick-Ass", "Kingsman: The Secret Service" and "Kingsman: The Golden Circle", in the latest issue of "Vogue" (Italia) magazine:

"...from becoming Karl Lagerfeld’s muse to landing multimillion-dollar beauty contracts, and a place in history as the model with the most magazine covers ever, German supermodel Schiffer is legendary both in terms of accomplishments and longevity.

"She has appeared on more than one thousand magazine covers and listed in the 'Guinness Book of World Records.'.."

Schiffer originally aspired to become a lawyer, working in her father's law firm. Then at age 17, she was spotted in a nightclub in Düsseldorf by a talent agent and subsequently signed to Elite Model Management, Following high school, Schiffer flew to Paris for a trial photo shoot and soon appeared on the cover of "Elle". She eventually married film director Matthew Vaughn in Suffolk,
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American Fashion Icon Ralph Lauren Profiled in New HBO Documentary

American Fashion Icon Ralph Lauren Profiled in New HBO Documentary
Ralph Lauren, the fashion designer synonymous with American sportswear, will be profiled in an upcoming HBO documentary titled “Very Ralph.” The feature-length doc — airing November 12 — is being touted as the first documentary portrait of the 79-year-old Lauren, who founded his eponymous fashion brand in 1967.

A synopsis for the documentary reads:

“With an uncanny ability to turn his dreams into reality, Ralph Lauren has built a multi-billion-dollar, global powerhouse out of his aspirations, becoming a living embodiment of American optimism and the American Dream. For more than 50 years, he has celebrated the iconography of America and defined American style, translating his vision and inspiration into one of the world’s most widely recognized brands. In ‘Very Ralph,’ as he enters his sixth decade in business, Lauren reflects on his journey from a boy from the Bronx who didn’t know what a fashion designer was, to becoming the emblem of American style all around the world.
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Joe Zee (‘7 Days Out’ producer) on showing the blood, sweat and tears behind high-profile events [Exclusive Video Interview]

Joe Zee (‘7 Days Out’ producer) on showing the blood, sweat and tears behind high-profile events [Exclusive Video Interview]
Producer Joe Zee believes the appeal of “7 Days Out” comes from “that universal feeling of loving and being so passionate about something that we put everything into what we do.” The Netflix documentary series takes viewers behind the scenes of some of the world’s largest events, detailing the blood, sweat and tears that go into mounting them. Watch our exclusive video interview with Zee above.

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The first season details the hard work that goes into the Westminster Dog Show, the Kentucky Derby, the Chanel Haute Couture Fashion Show, the League of Legends, Nasa’s Cassini Mission, and the re-opening of Eleven Madison Park. Although we ourselves may never have to plan one of those occasions, “we all know what it’s like to have to gear up for one of our biggest events,” and how awful it would
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Fashion Designer Karl Lagerfeld's Death Certificate Cements French Legacy

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Fashion Designer Karl Lagerfeld's Death Certificate Cements French Legacy
Iconic fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld is being remembered in France as one of the nation's favorite adopted sons ... and it's all spelled out in his death certificate. We've obtained Karl's death certificate, issued last month in Paris, and it highlights the fact that the German-born designer was awarded the prestigious decoration, Commander of the Legion of Honor ... France's highest civil merit. Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy presented the medal to Karl in 2010 ... well-deserved, because Karl spent 55 years designing in Paris,
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Moment of silence at Chanel's first show without Lagerfeld

French fashion house Chanel paid tribute to Karl Lagerfeld, its late creative director, at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday. The Autumn-Winter 2019 show, which was attended by the likes of Kristen Stewart, Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer, started with a minute of silence, reports cnn.com.Then, Lagerfeld's voice echoed through the venue, musing about how he renewed Chanel's desirability, and sharing early memories of his time at the brand.

An illustrated card left on each seat at the show featured a drawing of Lagerfeld with Chanel founder Coco Chanel, with the words "The beat goes on..." written above their heads.Lagerfeld, who died on February 19 at the age of 85, had served as artistic director of Chanel since 1983. The new collection was designed in collaboration with Lagerfeld's successor, Virginie Viard.

Actresses Penelope Cruz and Cara Delevingne, a former model, walked on the runway as part of the show.In the end,
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Chanel Show Draws Tears on the Runway After Karl Lagerfeld's Death

There was one very special man missing from Chanel's show—and his absence was visibly felt. The fashion industry suffered a great loss last month when Karl Lagerfeld, the iconic designer at the helm of Chanel and Fendi, passed away at the age of 85. Chanel carried on with its ready-to-wear fall-winter 2019 show during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday at the Grand Palais, where the runway was transformed into a winter wonderland to evoke what the brand described as a "bright winter's day." Many familiar faces attended the snowy show, including Penelope Cruz and Cara Delevingne, who strutted the catwalk in the new designs. Meanwhile, fellow stars like Janelle Monáe and...
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Penelope Cruz Makes Angelic Runway Debut for Chanel at Paris Fashion Week

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Penelope Cruz Makes Angelic Runway Debut for Chanel at Paris Fashion Week
Penelope Cruz stepped out for her runway debut looking like she fell outta heaven -- totally angelic in white during the show, which was also a tribute to late designer Karl Lagerfeld. Penelope joined the career models at the Grand Palais to showcase Chanel's AW19 Collection and to close out Paris Fashion Week. Penelope -- who's been the face of Chanel since 2018 -- rocked the runway with wedge boots and layers of ruffles. She
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Please Allow a Shirtless Jason Momoa to Explain the Story Behind His Famous Oscars Scrunchie

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Please Allow a Shirtless Jason Momoa to Explain the Story Behind His Famous Oscars Scrunchie
Jason Momoa and his wife, Lisa Bonet, looked damn good at the 2019 Oscars, but what were the cute couple up to when they weren't walking the red carpet? Well, thanks to Jason's YouTube channel, we know exactly how their glam night went - and the story behind *that* now-famous matching scrunchie.

After the award ceremony on Feb. 24, the 39-year-old Aquaman actor shared a behind-the-scenes video with fans on his channel. He started the day off with an intense family outdoor climbing session (could anything be more Jason?) and brought the camera along as he showed off his first custom suits, which were designed by the late Karl Lagerfeld. We also noticed there was a shortage of shirts in Jason's hotel room - but hey, we're not complaining! Watch the video above to get an inside peek at Jason and Lisa's exciting night among the stars, then find out how he
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Twitter Dubs Jason Momoa and Helen Mirren the Perfect Pair After Oscars 2019 Presenting Gig

Listen up, casting directors: Twitter has a suggestion that could be box-office gold.

Helen Mirren and Jason Momoa made quite the dashing pair as they took the stage together Sunday evening at the 2019 Oscars to present the award for Best Documentary Feature, which went to Free Solo.

“Jason and I didn’t coordinate our outfits tonight,” joked Mirren, 73, while onstage. “This is purely accidental. But, you know, it just goes to show, doesn’t it, that these days, a Hawaiian god and a very mature English woman can actually wear the same color. We can both wear pink!”

“Finally, times are changing,
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We Can't Get Enough of Jason Momoa's Oscars Scrunchie

We Can't Get Enough of Jason Momoa's Oscars Scrunchie
Nothing completes an outfit like a scrunchie. Jason Momoa selected a Fendi light pink tux for the 2019 Oscars to match his wife, Lisa Bonet. The Hawaii native was on hand for Hollywood's biggest night to present the award for Best Documentary Feature with Helen Mirren. But, all eyes were on the 39-year-old actor's wrist where he placed a scrunchie that perfectly matched his ensemble rather than wearing it to secure his long locks. The velvet accessory was worn in honor of Karl Lagerfeld, who also designed the Aquaman performer's tux. The scrunchie actually featured its own mini Fendi label. The iconic creative director actually created the original scrunchie back...
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Oscars 2019: Jason Momoa Says His Kids 'Were Blown Away' by Aquaman — and His Son Even Cried!

Oscars 2019: Jason Momoa Says His Kids 'Were Blown Away' by Aquaman — and His Son Even Cried!
Jason Momoa‘s children know the difference between real and make-believe, but it’s still hard to watch their dad get banged up onscreen!

Walking the 2019 Oscars red carpet wearing custom coordinating blush-colored designs by the late Karl Lagerfeld, the Aquaman star and his wife, actress Lisa Bonet, dished about how their two kids — son Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha, 10, and daughter Lola Iolani, 11 — were “blown away” by his superhero film.

“They had a great time,” Momoa, 39, told ABC. “I hadn’t seen it until they saw it, so it was a very special moment I’ll remember forever. They were very proud of me.
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Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet Do Date Night in Matching Ensembles at 2019 Oscars

Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet Do Date Night in Matching Ensembles at 2019 Oscars
Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet are raising the bar for date nights at the the 2019 Oscars.  The Aquaman star and his gorgeous wife showed up at the Dolby Theater in fabulous, coordinated looks, thus setting the standard for every date night to come. Jason is wearing a blush pink tuxedu with black piping, while his stylish partner wears a midi-length jeweled dress for the red carpet. Her pink and purple gown is a bohemian yet chic look for the black-tie occasion. Both of the stars are wearing custom looks designed by the late Karl Lagerfeld.  Some eagle-eyed fans noticed a few charming details about Jason and Lisa's look, including the fact that Jason matched his hair scrunchie to his tuxedo,...
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Cesar Awards: 'Custody' Wins Best Film

France's Cesar Awards on Friday crowned Custody the best film of the year. Filled with long speeches and no commercial breaks, the ceremony clocked in at three hours and 10 minutes, with Robert Redford as the guest of honor and Diane Kruger leading a tribute to late Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld

In accepting his honor, Redford recalled his teen travels to Paris and Cannes, joking that he bought a beret before his trip to blend in, but it made him stand out. He said that returning reminds him of how as he gets older, the years seem to ...
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Rushes. Bruce Labruce and Karl Lagerfeld, Cannes Contenders, Trouble in "Dau"

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Get in touch to send in cinephile news and discoveries. For daily updates follow us @NotebookMUBI.NEWSNadav Lapid's Synonyms.The 69th Berlinale has concluded. You can find the full awards here, and our favorite films plus a complete roundup of our coverage here.Recommended VIEWINGFirst up: Ryusuke Hamaguchi's dark romance Asako I & II gets its lively Us trailer via Grasshopper Film. Watch our interview with Hamaguchi we conducted after film's Cannes premiere.Following its rapturous Sundance and Berlinale reception, here's the trailer for Joanna Hogg's The Souvenir.Angela Schanelec just received the Silver Bear for Best Director at Berlin for her new feature, I Was at Home, But... Here's the first clip and our review of this beautiful, fragmentary film.Recommended READINGDavid Cronenberg's eXistenZ.The key to understanding David Cronenberg's filmography and its themes of identity, writes Christianne Benedict, is the idea that "sex is what life is.
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Chanel Announces Karl Lagerfeld Will Be Cremated Without a Ceremony

Chanel Announces Karl Lagerfeld Will Be Cremated Without a Ceremony
Karl Lagerfeld's final wishes are being honored by Chanel. The visionary creative director  died just one day ago at the age of 85 and plans to lay him to rest are under way. People  reports that a Chanel spokesperson told French news agency Agence France-Presse, "His wishes will be respected." In an April 2018 interview, the Chanel director revealed his desire to "be cremated and for my ashes to dispersed with those of my mother." He also hoped to include his beloved cat Choupette's ashes should she die before him, however the cat continues to live.  His decision to be cremated was inspired by the pomp and circumstance of French singer Johnny...
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Karl Lagerfeld Remembered at Costume Designers Guild Awards

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Karl Lagerfeld Remembered at Costume Designers Guild Awards
The death of fashion and costume designer Karl Lagerfeld cast somewhat of a shadow over the usually jubilant Costume Designers Guild Awards — the only award show where clothes literally steal the spotlight away from actors — which was held at the Beverly Hilton on Tuesday night. Here it was obvious that Lagerfeld’s impact on Hollywood went far beyond an uncredited cameo in “Zoolander.”

Glenn Close, who was being honored with the spotlight award, recalled her one and only encounter with Lagerfeld. “I’m not deep into the world of fashion, but I did meet him personally on the set of ‘101 Dalmatians’ and we had this incredible photo shoot,” Close said. “He was wonderful — I got along really well with him. And the thing that I find so impressive is that he designed himself, you know? This person with the high collars and the dark glasses and the gloves. It’s like: Wow,
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Matt Tyrnauer pays tribute to Karl Lagerfeld by Anne-Katrin Titze - 2019-02-20 13:49:54

Matt Tyrnauer captures Karl Lagerfeld's proclamation backstage at Valentino's 45th anniversary fashion show in Rome in his Valentino: The Last Emperor

Matt Tyrnauer, the director of Where's My Roy Cohn?, Studio 54, Scotty And The Secret History Of Hollywood, Citizen Jane: Battle For The City, and Valentino: The Last Emperor, sent the following remembrance in honour of Karl Lagerfeld, who died yesterday in Paris at the age of 85.

"Karl Lagerfeld was an astonishing force of nature. One thing I noticed about fashion legends is that it usually takes two to tango: the creative force and more silent business partner. Think Valentino and Giammetti; Saint Laurent and Bergé. In the case of Karl, he was more of a lone wolf, a one-man-band who managed to keep the legend alive, the business going, and the creativity flowing for generations as a solo act. He was also one of the most witty
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Rs Daily News: Karl Lagerfeld’s Death; Ariana Grande Ties Beatles Record; Tinashe Parts With RCA

Rs Daily News: Karl Lagerfeld’s Death; Ariana Grande Ties Beatles Record; Tinashe Parts With RCA
In our daily news show, Rolling Stone’s Charles Holmes checks in on a few of the headlines everyone is discussing. Today, check out these topics:

Legendary fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld died at age of 85 Ariana Grande Has Top Three Songs in the Country, Tying Beatles’ Record Bernie Sanders joins crowded 2020 Democratic presidential field Tinashe Parts Ways With RCA Song of the Day: Cardi B Takes Over ‘Thotiana’ in Video for Blueface’s New Remix

Tune in tomorrow for a new episode.
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