ELLE and Bloomingdale’s Gathered to Toast Naomi Campbell’s Boss Collection

Naomi Campbell contributes more to fashion than modeling; she’s a designer, too. The iconic super teamed up with Boss to launch an exclusive capsule built for the modern woman. Naomi x BOSS was given a fitting celebration last night with a pop-up at Bloomingdale’s 59th Street in Midtown Manhattan, co-hosted by ELLE, with passed champagne, […]

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Wicked Little Letters review – a flimsy comic farce

Olivia Colman is hampered by thin material in this overly-quaint parochial Britcom which contains a fair bit of swearing. This coffee table comedy from director Thea Sharrock and writer Jonny Sweet attempts to blow its viewers’ minds with the revelation that it’s not just men who have potty mouths. We’re down in the sleepy seaside […]

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Dune: Part Two – a rousing and stylish hard sci-fi sequel

Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya shine as mystical freedom fighters in this grandiose and often-breathtaking blockbuster. We join Timothée Chalamet’s Paul Atreides at a moment of cautious acceptance, with the prospective mini-messiah having just bested a noted Fremen warrior in a mano-a-mano knife tussle. The first part of Denis Villeneuve’s impressive Dune saga covered the opening […]

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Zendaya’s Dune Press Tour Outfits Continue to Slay

Photographed by Getty ImagesThe actress is leaning into method dressing on the ‘Dune: Part Two’ red carpet, and we have no notes. By Katherine Singh Date February 21, 2024 This article was originally published on February 7, 2024 and has been updated.  It’s Zendaya’s world and we’re all just living in it. And nowhere has […]

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A Traveller’s Needs – first-look review

Isabelle Huppert proves she’s one of the great comic performers in this delightfully meandering character piece from Hong Sang-soo. At the 2024 Berlin Festival, viewers have already been treated to one film in which a bunch of French actors walk around the landscape pretending to be alien interlopers (cf Bruno Dumont’s L’Empire). We now have […]

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