Celine may be the most stylish traveller of all time, but we're also obsessed with the BTS Instas at Milan Fashion Week.
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"Who’d you rather what?"
We never would have taken J.Lo for a Harry Styles fan. The singer was cornered into a game of “Who’d Your Rather” while appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show this week.
And while she remained super coy about whatever is going on between her and Drake, she got pretty candid during the game featuring some of Hollywood’s most desirable bachelors. Watch below to see which Oscar-winning actor she's not-so-secretly pining for and what star is "like a brother" to her.
From left: Alexander Wang, Christopher Kane and Lacoste Image by: Imaxtree
The basic knit is reinvented and a new trend is born.
When was the last time you thought purposefully of a cardigan? The button-up knit with preppy roots emerged as a hero piece on the runways of New York and the message continued in London. Like denim and the white button-down before it, the cardigan was taken apart and reinvented by the likes of Christopher Kane, who presented holographic, slightly oversized versions. In New York, Alexander Wang sent model Stella Lucia down his party-ready runway in a loose, borrowed-from-dad knit that read as anything but precious. Lacoste, Ulla Johnson and Dion Lee took a fuzzier approach, while Tory Burch and Victoria Beckham represented the more sophisticated end of the spectrum.
The takeaway? Whether undone, artsy or preppy, the cardigan is infinitely versatile and, for the first time in many seasons, covetable.
Christopher Kane Image by: Imaxtree
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Victoria Beckham Image by: Imaxtree
Emma Thompson had one of the more heart-wrenching story lines in the original Love Actually, and in a way, that's connected to why she says she won't be participating in the Christmas classic's upcoming sequel.
You'll recall that Thompson played a woman who finds out that her husband is being unfaithful right around the holidays. That character is played by the late Alan Rickman, and it's because of him that Thompson says it just doesn't feel right to reprise her role.
"It's too soon," says the British actress, who says it was a joint decision between her and the show's writer, Richard Curtis. "[He] wrote to me and said, ‘Darling, we can’t write anything for you because of Alan,’ and I said, ‘No, of course, it would be sad, too sad.’"
Thompson notes that while the sequel (really a short film) is for a British charity called comic relief, "...there isn’t much comic relief in the loss of our dear friend, really, only just over a year ago".
The short will air on British television in March.