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Forget That Freaky Friday Sequel—Julia Roberts and Jennifer Aniston Are About to Star in a Body-Swap Comedy
Ever since the Golden Globes, where best-supporting-actress nominee Jamie Lee Curtis told red carpet reporters that she was “ready” for a Freaky Friday sequel (her former co-star Lindsay Lohan is reportedly “committed” too), rumors have been swirling about what this long-awaited onscreen reunion could entail. But the body-swap comedy we never saw coming? One starring ’90s icons Julia Roberts and Jennifer Aniston.
Last weekend, stars descended on Miami for model Nadia Ferreira and singer-songwriter Marc Anthony’s wedding at the Perez Art Museum Miami. The two were first introduced by a mutual friend at a Maestro Cares Foundation event before becoming engaged in 2022—and after a whirlwind eight months of planning, they tied the knot on January 28.
All eyes were on Doja Cat when the rapper showed up to Schiaparelli’s spring 2023 couture show last week. Dressed in a custom red gown by designer Danielle Roseberry, the star took the look to the next level by covering herself in 30,000 red crystals. The dramatic look, with beauty done by Pat McGrath, begged for attention—and deliberately so. “I’m glad it got the attention it did, because everyone involved worked so hard to make it work,” says Doja. “It took a really, really long time to get ready for that one. It was something I have never done before—sure we have done crazy glam looks, but that one was a big jump.”
Ahead of tonight’s Grammy Awards, Roc Nation hosted a star-studded brunch in Los Angeles yesterday. Celebrities such as Anitta, Snoh Aalegra, and of course, Roc Nation founder Jay-Z were all in attendance—but it was the glamorous Beyoncé who had everyone buzzing with excitement. The Renaissance singer’s version of brunch style was utterly fabulous (but are you surprised?). Her custom Gareth Pugh look was so good it could have easily hit the official Grammys step and repeat tonight.
Since she burst onto the scene in 1992 as CJ Parker on Baywatch, Pamela Anderson became the blonde bombshell of her generation. Fast forward to the present, and the star is a veritable icon at 55, attracting as much attention for her activism, front-row appearances and forthcoming memoir as she ever did on Santa Monica Beach.
Martha Stewart just proved once again that she’s living her best life in her 80s. The lifestyle supremo took to Instagram to share a series of selfies while having her hair washed at the Frederic Fekkai salon. “Lying in the shampoo area of @FredericFekkai the light was perfect for...
From bleached brows to fresh bobs, this week’s best beauty Instagrams centered on the extras that take above-neck looks from expected to aspirational. For Emily Ratajkowksi, that added oomph translated to a new haircut, her fringed, touseled, and shapely chop skewing futuristic in its styling. Elsewhere, Lily Collins and Harris Reed paused for a beret-bedecked snap; Soo Joo used cute clips to pull focus to her peroxide brows; and Anya Taylor-Joy took her signature white blonde to the dunes. Dakota Fanning’s selfie also served to highlight the impact of her buttery lengths (and brickish lips), while Hailey Bieber showed off her new bob with a swish of glowing highlighter on the cheeks.
Rita Ora has kept the details surrounding her nuptials to Taika Waititi largely under wraps, with no confirmation of the exact date the couple exchanged their vows. What we do know: Waititi proposed to Ora with an emerald in a diamond pavé-set bezel, then presented his new wife with a delicate wedding band during a private ceremony.
Dressing for the red carpet is hard. But dressing for the red carpet premiere of a documentary about your news-making life sounds even harder. Pamela Anderson decided the best, and perhaps most fun, approach was to put a spin on her most recognizable look. The actor wore a red sequined dress that operated as a delightful nod to her enduring Baywatch swimsuit. “Flashback,” the star shouts when she walks out in the megawatt outfit, showing the look off to her possé and two sons. The room whoops and cheers.
Celebrity is never far from fashion, but it seems that when Fashion Week rolls around, distinct huddles of star power emerge. For a while, TikTok creators were front and center. Sometimes there’s a higher-than-usual concentration of musicians. Sometimes (a lot of the time?) it’s nepo babies. Yet at the just-concluded menswear and haute couture shows in Europe, one cluster burned brightest on the front row: actors in hyperbuzzy TV shows, spanning from Emily in Paris’s Lucien Laviscount at Louis Vuitton to The White Lotus’s Adam DiMarco at Prada and Dior to Wednesday’s Hunter Doohan.
Rhuigi Villaseñor injected an off-handed sensuality and West Coast swagger into his Bally debut last September with dashing results; it was a finessed showing punctuated by him coming out for his bow in a very grown-up double-breasted pinstripe suit. For his own label’s fall collection last night in LA, he was in a more familiar mode, toying with archetypes of his youth, specifically the style of fashion iconoclasts Pharrell and Gwen Stefani in the early-aughts, hip-hop, and vintage shopping.
Last night, at an intimate setting in Upper Manhattan, guests flocked to the Chinese restaurant Hutong New York for a feast. Just one week following the mark of the Lunar New Year, co-hosts Tina Chen Craig and Laura Kim are still celebrating the year of the rabbit. The space came alive upon entering and glowed with red lights and traditional Chinese music filled the air. The year of the rabbit is the fourth year of the 12 years within the Chinese zodiac calendar, and according to guest Kimora Lee Simmons who is a “rabbit,” “there are no bad years, but this particular year is all about trying something new and embracing opportunities.”
In the spotlight today: Vintage fashion maven Tia Jones is an inspiration to all our Vogue Club members who love to mix pre-loved fashion with contemporary designs. The throwback piece that’s top of her wish list right now? A John Galliano for Dior Rasta Collection Saddle Bag…. Full name/pronouns:...
London-based members: You’re invited to join Edward Enninful and Snapchat for the opening night of Redefining the Body—an immersive exhibition, curated by Edward himself, showcasing the inspiration behind the collections of six iconic fashion designers through augmented reality. Don’t miss this special London Fashion Week event: Register now for the chance to mingle with our editors and network with other like-minded Vogue Club members.
Save the best for the last, the saying goes. Celebrities spent the last week of January providing a bonanza of powerful style moments. My personal favorite: Bode illustrating the dapper power of a tuxedo with a snap of photographer Tyler Mitchell, Aaron Singh Aujla (Emily Bode’s partner), and Kurt Beers in crispy three-pieces. I can’t wait to see how Bode’s vision of opulence and special occasion dressing translates IRL with her recently showcased womenswear debut (and what women celebrities join her fray). And speaking of new fashion, Vogue’s very own fashion editor-at-large Gabriella Karefa-Johnson modeled her poppy and size-inclusive Target collaboration.
In the wake of last week’s extremely online uproar surrounding the couture circus, Chioma and I sat down this week with uber celeb stylist Kate Young who just returned from Paris where she was Oscar shopping at couture. She took her teenage son, Stellan during a conveniently timed week off from school. I’s not every 14 year-old who gets to sit front row at Chanel couture!
I’ll never forget the first time I wore a skirt. It was back in September, and I had just seen the Peter Do runway show during New York Fashion Week, which featured pleated knee skirts styled over dress pants. Feeling saucy, I decided to test it out for myself on a trip to my local Starbucks. My ensemble consisted of a black tee, black pleated skirt that I bought secondhand, and black dress pants worn underneath. “Okayyy, skirt,” my favorite barista exclaimed as soon as I strolled in.
It’s impossible to miss stylist and consultant Claudia Cifu and her five-year-old daughter, Paloma Freya. The two are adorable peas in a pod, with their coordinated, relaxed chic vibe (which translated well into Cifu’s kidswear collection for the Finnish label Vimma.) Though Cifu was born in Finland to...
On Monday, Kate Middleton kicked off a series of events to celebrate her new The Shaping Us campaign. You’d be forgiven for assuming it was her tailored scarlet trouser suit (McQueen, what else?) that turned heads, but all we’ve been talking about is Kate’s new hair color.
News just in from the set of And Just Like That: Carrie Bradshaw is a clog convert. Yes, despite being inseparable from her designer heels on Sex and the City, flitting around Manhattan almost exclusively in Manolos, it seems that in her fifties, Carrie succumbs to a comfy flat every now and again. Albeit a designer one.