Nilina Mason-Campbell ran around Paris to get a fresh look at couture. Not the runway-shot, brand-manicured take we always get. The street-skulking, exhilarating flash-and-grab honesty of the perennial non-ticket-holder! (It's not our fault we don't know any PRs in Paris.)
- Jessica Simpson was linked to Hurt Locker star Jeremy Renner after they spoke to each other at an Oscars party and were spotted entering the same hotel, but he reportedly told his real girlfriend that it's all a publicity stunt.
"Fashion and film used to feed off each other." So says Eugenia Paulicelli, curator of the exhibit Fashion + Film: The 1960s Revisited (which opens at the CUNY Graduate Center next week) in today's New York Times. So what happened?
- Harpo, Inc. has released a statement saying Oprah Winfrey will make an announcement about the future of her TV show tomorrow. An insider says she told her staff today that next season will be her last.
- A source claims that Lindsay Lohan "stormed out of" Brittany Gastineau's birthday party in tears after her ex-girlfriend, Courtenay Semel confronted her at the party and tried to talk her into going to rehab. [PageSix]
- Oprah is being sued for $1 trillion. That is one trillion dollars. Here's the deal:
You know what an Almodvar premiere means: lots of rad dames, Penelope Cruz, and enough eccentricity to keep things interesting! Los Abrazos Rotos, which premiered last night at Madrid's Proyecciones cinema, was no exception.
Current muse to Spanish film director/majorcrush Pedro Almodovar (no one has ever narrated mother-daughter relationships quite like him!) Penelope Cruz is set to star in Almodovar's latest offering, a film to be entitled Los Abrazos Rotos. We're not sure if she will be playing a hooker, victim, or doormat, but we do…
Patron saint of gay men who love women and women who love gay men who understand women better than any woman ever will Pedro Almodovar's contemporary classic All About My Mother (which divinely references All About Eve, A Streetcar Named Desire, and the AIDS crisis all) has been adapted for the London stage, where…