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On Late Night with Seth Meyers, Sarah Jessica Parker and Anna Wintour gave a twist to the expected critique of women's fashion at the annual Met Gala by putting the test instead to some of the men on hand, who were instructed to wear white tie and tails.
Watch as Tom Brady, Jake Gyllenhaal, Kanye West, Benedict Cumberbatch, Bradley Cooper, and others endure the icy consideration of the Vogue editrix.
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NYC's annual Met Gala fundraiser is taking place tonight, and one man who we believe to be Ukrainian prankster Vitalii Sediuk (Google him, he makes a habit out of celeb disturbances (like kissing Will Smith) at movie premieres and) tried to enter the red carpet but was nabbed by police.
He is, however, making headlines on Twitter anyway.
Crazy Russian Hacker thinks so. A 'how-to' for Friday, AFTER THE JUMP...
A new trailer (a foreign one appeared last year) has hit the runway for Yves Saint Laurent, a film about the late fashion designer which chronicles the rise of his career and his longtime love affair with partner Pierre Bergé. The film stars Pierre Niney as Laurent and Guillaume Gallienne as Bergé. It's directed by Jalil Lespert, and set for release in 2014.
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The fashion innovators at Betabrand clothing are crowd-funding the creation of “Gay Jeans,” denim jeans that “come out of the closet” the more you wear them:
“Gay Jeans begin life looking and acting like regular 5-pocket denim jeans, but as they experience normal washing and wearing over the course of their life, their indigo dye gradually fades away, revealing fabulously colorful yarns just waiting to come out.”
While their ad copy includes ham-fisted joking about “denim equality,” the jeans' creator Steven B. Wheeler explains his personal connection to the design:
"Early in life, I was not wildly unlike any of the other boys on the playground, but as time went by, I noticed things about me that set me apart from others. The same too for Gay Jeans; it takes time for them to uncover the things that make them unique.
"... the name (Gay Jeans) is a pun on the issue of science finding the “gay gene,” and the debate over whether or not being gay is a choice. For these jeans it isn’t a choice. Like me, they were born this way, and like me, they’ll come out in their own time.
"And finally, I love this project because no matter what else they are, Gay Jeans are no more or less a pair of jeans than I am more or less a human being. I'm a gay man, yes, but a man nonetheless."
The jeans cost $78.40 and 10 percent of all proceeds will go to the San Francisco LGBT Center.