Sep 22, 2016
The Weeknd doesn't look like this anymore
OK, it’s not exactly the Will & Grace reunion we were hoping for – c’mon Netflix, bring it back for a full season, pretty please – but we’ll take it.
Ten years after the series’ finale, the cast of the sitcom reunited for a 10-minute mini-episode set in present day.
Complete with a martini and plenty of NSFW jokes, we find Will and Grace attempting to convince Jack that his vote in the 2016 American election really, really matters.
Sidenote: Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally have hardly aged at all in a decade.
Editors’ note: Some of the language is graphic.
Icy flower sculptures framed the runway at Dries Van Noten.
Icy flower sculptures framed the runway at Dries Van Noten.Source: Imaxtree.com
Plus, the other moments we loved from day two of Paris Fashion Week.
The delicate beauty of the melting ice sculptures at Dries Van Noten was likely the most photographed thing on day two of Paris Fashion Week. After the show, instead of running out as guests usually do, most of the crowd stayed behind to touch and capture videos and close-up shots of the beautiful frozen flower arrangements. As for me? Guilty as charged.
In true magpie spirit, the Margiela show was a mash-up of themes I’m still trying to figure out. Futuristic yogis? Hunger Games TV presenters (with headsets and all)? Business women on their way to scuba lessons? Whoever they were, I wanted to go wherever they were going.
For the first time ever, women are taking charge as creative directors of historic houses including Lanvin and Dior. Considering all the romance we’re seeing on the Parisian runways this season, this feels like the perfect moment to have a woman in charge. At Lanvin, Bouchra Jarrar showed us how soft tailoring and (very) sheer dresses can blend to perfection for a look that's comfortable and chic – what every woman wants.
I loved seeing musician/model and familiar face Julia Cumming on the Rochas runway. She embodied the youthful, romantic fragility of the entire collection. Contrasting colours, tulle detailing, tiny sweaters, pleated ’50s skirts and opera length gloves looked perfectly sweet together.
Tastemaker and blogger Catriona Smart teamed up with ELLE Canada and PANDORA Jewellery to make the menswear trend feel elegant with delicate jewellery.
HER TAKE ON THE TREND: “When you’re going with a menswear motif, embrace feminine details to make it modern. I like to style wide-legged trousers with a bow belt and my boxy jackets with fitted T-shirts. Then I add ladylike touches like layers of delicate necklaces and my favourite piece of the season – a vintage-inspired sparkly necklace. Just before I head out the door, stack my bracelets on one arm and add midi rings with loads of shine to shake up the borrowed-from-the-boys look.”
Prince George arrives in Canada.
Prince George arrives in Canada.Source: Getty
Or low five either, for that matter.
Prince George does not appreciate fives in any form, as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau found out the hard way this weekend when he tried to welcome the little royal to Vancouver. As you'll see in the video below, JT goes in for a high five—rejected—and then a low five—double rejected—and eventually tries a handshake (it worked for Obama!), which George rebuffs with that same cool stare.
Hero, George. Hero.