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Fashion Icon Tom Ford To Make Second Movie This Year - Yahoo News

"I'm excited because it's been too long. "But I have to learn more a business and I have a son and I promised myself I would wait till he's three to make a new movie. Well, he's turning three in the fall." The guest list of celebrity VIPs at Ford's show on Friday read like a who's who of Hollywood, and included Julianne Moore, who starred in "A Single Man" and who is a heavy favorite to win this year's best actress Oscar for her performance in "Still Alice." Other stars of the silverscreen in attendance included Gwyneth Paltrow, Amy Adams and Scarlett Johansson, as well as a bevy of icons from the music world including Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce and Jay-Z and Elton John. Ford said moving his show from London -- initially planned for Monday, one day after the Oscars -- was a no-brainer. Although he envisaged the decision as a one-off, he did not rule out the possibility of staging the event in Los Angeles again. "My show in London would have fallen the morning of the Oscars -- it made no sense in the world that I would try to compete with the Oscars with all the global press," Ford said.
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/fashion-icon-tom-ford-second-movie-201517614.html

Fashion show aids museum | Reading Eagle - NEWS

Yuliana Rivera looked classic retro in a red and white polka dot dress and white heels. The 18-year-old senior at Reading Muhlenberg Career & Technology Center designed the dress herself, and modeled it for the crowd. "We like to show what we do," Rivera said. "It's great because you could show (the clothing) off and fundraise to help people. It's good at both sides." Evelyn Morrison, who was the master of ceremonies for the show, said the community had made a commitment during Kwanzaa and that the show embodied that celebration's seven principles: unity, self-determination, collective works and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith.
Source: http://readingeagle.com/news/article/fashion-show-aids-museum

Fashion Week Creator Fern Mallis Is "Not a Fan" of Kanye West - Yahoo Celebrity

Alexander Wang brings the gothic era back as he throws on a splash of sex appeal, elegance and sequence. Clunky boots, black essentials, wet slicked back hair and shimmer never looked this good as Wang goes goth with his new collection. Wangs all black collection once again proves to be another head-scratcher as he plays around with cropped leather moto jackets and extremely high-waisted, ankle-length trousers. Phillip Lims 2015 collection which according to the designer was a reflection of his core values was described as cool, causal downtown styles as he confirms that frumpy is in for the long run. Tucking mohair sweater into mid-length A-line skirts, Lims modern approach will forever be one of his trademarks as he keeps the retro 1930s alive. Kanye West x Adidas Originals collection makes its appearance on the runway.
Source: http://sundial.csun.edu/2015/02/fashion-forward-friday/

Fashion Forward Friday | The Sundial

West rushed the stage in what was believed to be a joke during the awards show, but later claimed that Beyonce deserved the Album of the Year award. PHOTOS: The biggest celeb feuds ever Several days later, the rapper showcased his new collaboration with Adidas, which was upstaged by a tantrum thrown by his 20-month-old daughter North West. In a bizarre interview with i-D, West creatively explained Nori's front row meltdown on Kim's lap moments before her dad's show started. "Maybe she was just scared for her daddy," West, 37, remarked. "She just wanted people to stop being mean to her daddy.
Source: https://celebrity.yahoo.com/news/fashion-week-creator-fern-mallis-not-fan-kanye-153023124-us-weekly.html

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