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[Sylvester Stallone, Sophia Rose] [Zoe-Bleu Sidel] [Celine Buckens]
If you thought debutante balls were only for Gossip Girls and princesses, then think again. 21 lucky girls got to play dress up this past weekend at the 20th Annual Bal de Debutantes, held at Paris' Hôtel de Crillon. As one of the most exclusive and prestigious Deb balls in the world, it should come at no surprise that the guest list was as close to social royalty as it gets. Some of this year's inductees included Sylvester Stallone's eldest daughter Sophia Rose, actress and model Christa Brittany Allen, and Rosanna Arquette's daughter Zoe-Bleu. The Crillon ball is about the high fashion, with girls donning Haute Couture gowns from some of the world's biggest fashion houses. From Dior to Gaultier, click through to see some of our favorite looks of the night.
[Charlotte Casiraghi, Karl lagerfeld, Laetitia Casta] [Caroline de Maigret, André Saraiva]
The Chanel brigade has already seen Tokyo, London, and NYC, and now it's making a stop at Paris' Grand Palais last Thursday. Kicking off the month of photography events in Paris, the Little Black Jacket exhibition will be on display for two weeks. To celebrate the launch, Karl invited guests including Theophilus London, Carine Roitfeld, and Andre Saraiva to the exclusive fete. Check out scenes from inside the opening reception and at the after party with Frank Ocean.
On Tuesday night, Karl Lagerfeld and his cartoon spokes-model Mon Shu joined guests at the Paris press launch of his new make up line for Shu Uemura. Mon Shu, the cartoon spokes-model that Karl designed, has a black bob and is dressed in his signature white collar, black tie outfit. Almost stealing the spotlight from Karl, Mon Shu was plastered everywhere that night from pastries, to plush toys, to over-sized balloons. More»
On Thursday, amfAR held their third annual Inspiration Night in Paris, at the legendary restaurant, Maxim's. The night honored Robert Duffy of Marc Jacobs International with the Piaget Award of Inspiration. amFAR Global Fundraising Chairman Sharon Stone and longtime amfAR supporter Dita Von Teese were in attendance.
June 21st is supposedly the day to celebrate summer and music. And considering the bad weather, the only thing left to celebrate was (good) music. To do so, the regular way was to go out in a bar, attend an open-air gig or your 7-year-old nephew’s performance in the school band. The fancy way was to get your ticket for Daniel Buren Monumenta’s closing party at the Grand Palais. More»
Last night, Salvatore Ferragamo presented their 2013 Women's Resort Collection at the Louvre in Paris. Curated by Creative Director Massimiliano Giornetti, this was the first fashion show to ever take place at the infamous museum. In addition to the show, guests were treated to a private showing of the museum's exhibit “Saint Anne, Leonardo da Vinci’s Ultimate Masterpiece,” which was sponsored by Ferragamo.
[Photo: Massimiliano Giornetti] More»
Last night in Cannes, Kanye West held the premier of his first film, a 30-minute short called Cruel Summer. For the premiere, the film was played across seven 20-foot screens at the Palm Beach, and an after-party followed the screening. Kanye's film was made in association with the Doha Film Institute, and stars Kid Cudi. More»
Calvin Klein and Belvedere sponsored The Women in Film event at the Villa St. George during the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. The Independent Filmmaker Project honored Jessica Chastain and Shailene Woodley. The industry's leading women, including Naomi Watts and Diane Kruger, came out to honor Chastain and Woodley. More»
Countless bottles of champagne, never-tried-before macaroons flavors and the cream of the Cyclops crop of fashion designers, editors and stylists… If you don’t know what I’m talking about, it means that you missed the unofficial FW 2012 Paris Fashion Week kick off party, on Feb 29th, at Colette, Paris.
[Sarah Lerfel, Karl Lagerfeld] More»
Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.