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  • Move your bun: The top knot makes the scene

     
    It's a perennial on fashion runways, but the high-and-tight top knot isn't usually found on red carpets — or on the streets of L.A. But that's where we've been spying the ballet-inspired 'do recently. And like the long, roughed-up side......
  • Like it or not, Relativity's Ryan Kavanaugh is now a bona fide studio mogul

     
    It's amazing how many studios have bitten the dust lately. MGM is flat on its back, Miramax is pushing up daisies, New Line has been absorbed into Warners while DreamWorks is now part of the Disney brand factory. Warner Independent......
  • Mulberry mayhem at the Marmont

     
    The Chateau Marmont was party central last night. But when isn't it, really? British leather goods brand Mulberry took over the pool for an intimate dinner, and in the garden, the cast and crew of "Mad Men" downed Manhattans to......
  • Q&A: What makes a lady 'Classy'? Derek Blasberg knows

     
    Derek Blasberg's social calendar reads like WWD's "Eye" column or a Bravo reality series and an episode of "Gossip Girl" rolled into one. Before you ask, "Derek who?," we'll tell you: Blasberg is a New York-based fashion scribe for Style.com......
  • Derek Blasberg's 'Classy' pals fete the writer with a party in Beverly Hills

     
    Thursday night at the recently opened Missoni boutique in Beverly Hills, celebs, stylists and socialites flocked to their friend Derek Blasberg’s side to celebrate his new book, “Classy,” and, of course, pose for plenty of pictures. Hosted by...
  • Meet Burberry designer Christopher Bailey in L.A.

     
    I caught up with Burberry chief creative officer Christopher Bailey on Wednesday at a house above Sunset in Beverly Hills. As we sat outside in the afternoon heat and watched the ice cubes melt in our water glasses, my makeup......
  • Gifts good enough for the famous

    Gifts good enough for the famous
    Celebrities are cashing in on their fame by designing clothes, concocting fragrances, writing books and creating fine art. For those shopping for the celebrity obsessed, it has never been easier. Anderson's Bookshop in Downers Grove and Naperville...
  • Four hot hairstyles for fall

    Four hot hairstyles for fall
    Fall's hottest hairstyles include perfect and polished 1950s ponytails and pixie cuts inspired by Mia Farrow's late-1960s crop. The trendiest styles from fashion runways and the red carpet are pulled up, swept to the side or simply chopped off. Top knot...
  • Coachella: Never mind the music

    Coachella: Never mind the music
    More than 100,000 people are expected to descend on Indio next weekend for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, and the fashion world will be watching. While Arcade Fire and Kings of Leon are jamming onstage, fashion and lifestyle companies...
  • Celebrity stylists who become fashion designers

    Celebrity stylists who become fashion designers
    Rachel Zoe follows a long line of celebrity stylists who have parlayed their tastemaker status (and access to celebrities) into clothing and accessories brands. Here are some of the other celebrity stylists and their brands: Newbark: L.A.-based stylist...
  • 'The Warrior's Way'

    'The Warrior's Way'
    Martial arts action meets the Old West in this adventure, with Korean actor Jang Dong Gun as a veteran of battle in his homeland. He comes to America to make a new start, but the peace he seeks doesn't last long as he must face enemies both familiar and...
  • Movie review: 'Straw Dogs'

    Movie review: 'Straw Dogs'
    Writer-director Rod Lurie's bird-brained remake of "Straw Dogs" doesn't work on its own terms, and it can't hold a candle to the unruly, unstable merits of Sam Peckinpah's 1971 original. It's miscast, barely functional in terms of technique, stupid and...