To debut their collab with H&M (which comes out on November 3rd worldwide), Kenzo designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon threw a fashion fiesta in New York City.
On Wednesday night, models walked – and danced – their way around a square runway wearing a collaborative collection that stayed true to Kenzo’s vibrant aesthetic, and will surely be fun to wear.
Patterns ranged from bold florals to tiger stripes and leopard prints in every colour, and we can’t wait to get our hands on the jeans, oversized dresses and kimono jackets.
The show garnered more than a few celebrity guests, who were clearly just as excited as we are about the collab. Lupita Nyong’o, Elizabeth Olsen, Chloe Schevigny and Charli XCX were in attendance in fun looks from the collection.
With a shritless Justin Hartley.
Rachel McAdams' Thursday was probably a lot more fun than yours. She popped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk about her new movie, Doctor Strange, and naturally Ellen persuaded/strong-armed her into playing the game, "Oops My Water Broke." (Cue all the pregnancy rumours.)
The premise: A shirtless star, in this case This is Us star Justin Hartley, is forced to sit under a precarious water balloon situ. McAdams actually felt seemed to feel genuinely bad when she soaked Hartley. #soCanadian
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He had us at hello.
Tom Cruise relived some of his best performances in a live montage on The Late Late Show with James Corden last night.
The video is nine minutes long (so grab a coffee before you tune in), but totally worth the watch to hear the Oscar nom utter some of his most famous lines like "I have the need, the need for speed" and "Show me the money!"
Also hilarious: a surprise guest appearance around the four-minute mark.