We all knew Bradley Cooper put on a few pounds for his latest role as an SEAL agent in American Sniper, but who knew he’d take to wearing daisy dukes to show off his new physique? Okay, maybe it’s not a thing as much as it is a day on the set, but it’s fun to look at, nonetheless.
To the left is a screenshot of some photos Instinct posted. What do you think? Can he pull off the short-shorts look or should he leave the skimpy-clothes-wearing to Suki?
GOOP does leopard in ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley.
Confession time: I have really bad taste in movies. Like, really bad. I adore rom coms and when I find a movie that I like, I’ll keep it in rotation for months. But what I lack in cinematic eye, I make up for with my ability to pick out the most aesthetically pleasing movies out there. Hey, they might not all be Oscar winners (some are!), but they’re definitely the most fashion-forward movies available on Netflix Instant Watch. Now, go grab some popcorn and veg out; there are about 22 hours of movies to watch here.
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Today’s hilariously fun fashion tip: Follow this Instagram account right now. Go on, don’t ask questions. Just do it.
Done? Okay, here’s the backstory: Willie is a Jack Russell terrier dreamed up by Alex Stadler, the quirky artist/author/designer and owner of Sansom Street shop stadler-Kahn. Willie’s closet could rival even the most fabulous of fashionistas—she pumps iron in Galliano, she jogs in Manolos, she adopts kittens in Tsumori Chisato. Alex’s sketches (which you might remember from the walls of Joan Shepp some years back) are some of my favorite things ever; I’m desperate for him to start making Willie note cards, framed prints, playing cards, t-shirts and bags. (Note: Canvas bags featuring Willie sketches are coming to stadler-Kahn soon!) For now, though, you’ll have to whet your Willie appetite with her new (and downright fabulous) social media presence: Willie’s got her own Instagram, @whatwilliewore. Click here for some of my favorite posts so far. Enjoy!
Click here! It’s so worth it.
Philly gay-owned clothing company TatteeBoy just released its first full-length music video, an ultra-sexy short film showcasing some of its newest looks for the season. The clothes are great and all, but it’s the model in the video, personal trailer Joe Soussa, that’s got me all blush-faced.
Check out the video below to watch him dress up, then dress down, then — thank goodness — dress down a few more times. Word of caution: This may be NSFW for some workplaces, and watch your eyes, because an ab or two may pop out and poke you in the face.
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Summer is at our doorstep. Those long, hot days sunning by the pool, romantic evening strolls along Rehoboth Beach, and most importantly a string of steamy summer flings. One thing stands between you and all that amazingness, though. It’s one of the year’s biggest conundrums — at least if you’re a gay man: What kind of swimsuit and I going to wear?!
Philly guys model local summer fashions after the jump
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s 58th annual Daisy Day Luncheon and Fashion Show raised more than $1.6 million to support CHOP’s Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment.
Nearly 800 people attended the event, which started with a active cocktail party, as well as bidding on an extensive silent auction which included many of today’s hot fashion items like an Alexander McQueen clutch and scarf, a Zac Posen Eartha Bag, and a Judith Lieber Clutch. There were also trips, experiences and sports memorabilia to bid on. Then there were the live auction items: Jeff Hammond worked his magic and raised more than $50,000 helped by two winning bids on the “Eagles Insider” experience: $12,000 each. Four tickets to a game of your choice, free parking, and pre-game field passes. The winners also received 4 personalized replica jerseys.
This year’s fashion show, presented by Saks Fifth Avenue, featured Zac Posen’s Fall 2014 Collection. Nancy A. Wolfson celebrated her 16th consecutive year as chair of Daisy Day, raising over $17 million during this period. This year’s honorary co-chairs were Mary and Jed Kelly, parents of 7-year-old Addison Kelly, who underwent a rare lifesaving surgery before birth to remove a tumor from her chest.
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Psst: There is couture here. Yes, really. (Photo via Franklin Mills Mall.)
The Franklin Mills Mall has been a hidden, dirty little secret of mine for some time. I’ve scoffed at it, rolled my eyes at it, and been truly scared of it. But I still go there for one reason (well, two): the Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue outlets, Last Call and Off Fifth.
We’re talking $40,000 McQueen dresses, guys.
- Hello, beauty hack! Here’s how and why you should start using a mascara wand during a mani. [Fashionista]
- This exists: an “internal bra” with straps that screw into your ribcage. [Elle]
- Still haven’t gotten a Mother’s Day gift yet? Lucky for you, Amazon is adding Sunday delivery for Philly. [Philly Mag]
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Fashion designer and Project Runway judge Zac Posen is in town this week to present his fall/winter collection at Saks’ annual Daisy Day Luncheon at the Hyatt at the Bellevue. The 58th annual see-and-be-seen fundraiser raises money for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
I was able to pop into the hotel this morning to chat with him before the show. I found him to be very kind, humble, and every bit as dashing as he is on TV. An adonis, that one. He kind of reminds me of a young, more-polished Marlon Brando. Be still my heart.
Check out our five-minute chit-chat below.
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