Cara walked the Shanghai Burberry show two days ago, but with her acting career in ascendance could her modelling days be over? (Getty)
Shut the front door! Cara Delevingne is in talks for two roles ATM, the first flick entitled Tulip Fever will be produced by The Weinstein Company and the second is a dark take on the Peter Pan story, Pan. Prepare for sword fights, fairy dust and barely-there costumes people!
And swoon. Ever since news first emerged that the most adorbs couple ever – Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, obvs (we gave them the flashback treatment here) – are not only engaged but also expecting their first child together, it’s been excitement galore. Now, pictures emerge of the couple rocking it out (well, not quite) at Country music Festival Stagecoach and we get a first peek at that bump of hers, and her maternity style.
30-year-old Mila Kunis was the vision of boho cool on Saturday as she danced alongside fiancee Ashton Kutcher in a flowing print top, cut-off denim shorts and flip flops. On the first day of the three day festival, we spotted a hint of a growing belly when Kunis rocked low-riding jeans, a black tee and an open pink plaid shirt. And making our hearts melt, Ashton held her around the waist, cradling the bump. Too cute.
Solange is the June cover star of ASOS Magazine (ASOS)
Solange has been serving up a style storm of late, if it isn’t a neon Christopher Kane winner it’s the most fashionable festival outfits imaginable. It’s no surprise, therefore, that ASOS Magazine has snapped up the singer for their June cover. Here are the four things you need to know from Solange’s interview, from her ready-to-wear renaissance to her relationship with Beyonce..
Don’t you love stumbling across an old photo of a now-famous person and being like, ‘My, how they’ve changed!’ We do. So in the gallery above you’ll find ten instances of just that. Take for example Nicole Richie who was living ‘The Simple Life’ circa 2003 with two-tone extensions and a penchant for dungarees before she became a bona fide designer. And do you remember a T4-presenting Alexa Chung when the possibility of becoming an international style icon was a mere dream?
Our fave, though, has to be a pre-teeth job Cheryl Cole during her Popstars: The Rivals days. How far she’s come! There’s also a tomboyish Kristen Stewart and an eternally-gorgeous Diane Kruger. So have a flick and take heart, dear readers, knowing that you really can get better with age – and an A-list makeover.
Last night Jennifer Lawrence and her boyfriend Nicholas Hoult went for dinner with Tom Ford, as the trio were papped leaving The Chiltern Firehouse restaurant in Marleybone. Oh to be next to that table. J-Law might be the ultimate Miss Dior – it’s usually a given that where there’s a red carpet, there’s J-Law in Dior. But (to borrow a line from Carrie Bradshaw) we couldn’t help but wonder what these two are up to.
These guys go way back, as Nicholas Hoult played Colin Firth’s love interest in A Single Man – that beautiful beyond beautiful flick directed by Tom Ford. The designer has a soft spot for the young actor as he said in an interview: ‘I love Nicholas and he takes his job very, very seriously. I guess that’s from being a child actor, where you have to be disciplined from such an early age. Potentially, he could become a very big star. He certainly has the looks.’
You’ll remember when the glorious Alexander McQueen exhibition opened at the Costume Institute in New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2011, petitions and pleading began to bring it to our shores. Well now, three years later, our prayers have been answered.
Yes, the V&A has just announced that it will present Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty in London in spring 2015. It is the first and largest retrospective of the designer’s work, who committed suicide in February 2010, to be presented in Europe and is set to showcase his visionary body of work, from his 1992 MA graduate collection to his unfinished Autumn Winter 2010 collection. What’s more, McQueen’s designs will be showcased with the same dramatic staging and sense of spectacle the world saw from his catwalk shows.