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We tapped her as one of the breakout starlets of Sundance back in February with her starring role in the critically acclaimed indie and Sundance favorite Like Crazy (I hear it's a real weep-fest, but in a good way). I think we are the nose with that call because it's just been announced that Felicity Jones has been cast as the female lead in Warren Beatty's Howard Hughes biopic. Plus, she's really pretty and wears pretty things and is British and Burberry is on her tip so she's definitely Daily Style Phile-worthy. More»
Been dreaming of having your work displayed at MoMA since you were a wee creative and mildly eccentric youngster? Now it can be a reality! The museum is offering a chance for the public to be a part of the new Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures exhibition. Your fifteen minutes are mere moments away. More»
Her singular style in the cookie-cutter '50s catapulted this housewife from Harper's Bazaar columnist to legendary Vogue editor-in-chief, and now we're taking a look back at some of Diana Vreeland's greatest hits, biggest misses, and wildest suggestions for injecting a little glam into every woman's life. More»
If you are wondering how it's possible for a girl like Dree Hemingway to just pop onto the social scene out of nowhere at the age of 21, you may want to spend a second Google-ing her alter ego. No, the ballerina-cum-model isn't in the witness protection program, but the great-granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway has spent the majority of her life flying under the radar as Dree Crisman. Since embracing her famous middle name, like her mother Mariel Hemingway, she has signed with Elite models, been involved in multiple acting projects, appeared in everything from Vogue to Interview and was booked exclusively for the Givenchy Fall '09 runway. But even more so than what's she's doing, we're really interested in what Miss Hemingway is wearing... More»
Wednesday, June 19
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.