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Make way for Dua Lipa.
The singer opened and closed the Versace show during Milan Fashion Week, strutting in two different outfits. The show also featured a number of Lipa’s hit songs, including “Physical,” which played both times she walked down the runway.
The first look was a black blazer dress with a cutout design, featuring safety pins in different colors along the right side of the skirt. The second was a hot pink glittering two-piece set with a cropped tank top and midi skirt with a high thigh slit. Her hair was styled straight with long extensions and her eye makeup was blue and green topped with a nude lip.
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Lipa walked out again to join Donatella Versace, the label’s artistic director, for her final bow at the end, cementing herself as one the brand’s muses.
This marked Lipa’s first time walking in a fashion show. She joined a slew of other big names who also walked in the show, including Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski and Naomi Campbell.
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Versace and Lipa have collaborated on numerous occasions, with the British
D.L. Eyewear — “Schitt’s Creek” actor and writer Dan Levy’s line of optical glasses and shades — has tapped Elena Doukas as co-creative director and president, WWD has learned exclusively.
“Elena has been a force in the eyewear space for over a decade,” Levy, the brand’s founder, told WWD in a statement. “I’ve long admired her eye, her instincts and her ability to pave a unique creative path through a highly competitive industry. D.L. Eyewear is lucky to have her and we look forward to the exciting new heights we’ll reach with her by our side.”
Doukas was formerly the design director at Garrett Leight California Optical for 11 years (which recently sold a majority stake, with a $20 million investment, as reported by WWD).
For her part, Doukas said: “It goes without saying that Dan is an amazing storyteller, and he has such a unique vision for D.L. Eyewear. I’ve been so impressed with the fact that he’s maintained that, along with the brand’s ethos, ever since he started the company almost 10 years ago. The system of the fashion industry today makes it easy for a brand to be taken over by a plug and play mentality, and I’ve been so
Kate met with tennis champs Emma Raducanu, Joe Salisbury, Alfie Hewett, and Gordon Reid—and dressed for the occasion.
Netflix has revealed the first photos from the second season of “Emily in Paris.”
On Thursday, the streaming service’s official Twitter and Instagram accounts uploaded a number of stills from the upcoming season. “These Emily in Paris Season 2 first-look photos are comin’ in haute,” the tweet read.
One photo shows the main character Emily Cooper, played by Lily Collins, in a 1960s-inspired look talking to a mysterious man who does not appear to be Gabriel, while another shows Emily and her friends Mindy and Camille (played by Ashley Park and Camille Razat, respectively) staring out into the distance.
Emily’s love interests Gabriel and Antoine Lambert (played by Lucas Bravo and William Abadie, respectively) are also seen in the photos, as well as her coworkers Luc and Julien and her tough-as-nails boss Sylvie Grateau (played by Bruno Gouery, Samuel Arnold and Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, respectively).
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Though Netflix has not yet revealed a release date, fans are suspecting the second season will be released later this year or in early 2022. Collins posted on Instagram that they wrapped up filming on Aug. 4.
The series made a splash last year when viewers couldn’t get