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Baz Lurhmann is really devoted to taking The Great Gatsby from Great Neck to the Outback. The adaptation’s director has cast Australian supermodel Gemma Ward in the film, which has begun filming in, where else, Australia.
The production has already cast Aussies Joel Edgerton, Jason Clarke, Callan McAuliffe, Elizabeth Debicki and Isla Read More
Ashley Dupre showed up at Yigal Azrouel this morning and no one at the show seemed to notice. [WWD]
Two of Anna Wintour‘s three assistants are leaving and the magazine is searching for replacements. [The Cut]
While Whitney Port may act like she works at DVF, numerous Read More
The Hills‘ Whitney Port will reportedly leave Kelly Cutrone‘s fashion PR and production company People’s Revolution during the current season of The Hills; she may depart for Diane von Furstenberg as the label’s in-house PR rep. And the cameras might follow. [The Cut, Fashionista]
Anna Sui has designed Read More
Model-cum-actress Gemma Ward may have doled out a winning performance in her debut feature film, but it looks like she’s in no hurry to get her own star on the Walk of Fame. Instead, the 20-year-old model has been milking her friendship with fellow fashion gal Lily Donaldson, also 20, for all its Read More
Model-cum-actress Gemma Ward’s debut feature film, director Elissa Down’s The Black Balloon, will debut at the 58th Berlin International Film Festival in February. Ms. Ward, 20, costars in the film about autism, which was selected as part of the festival’s “Generation 14 Plus” youth competition, with fellow Aussies Toni Collette (who has a role in Read More
Way back in a more grubby and innocent era of downtown New York, supermodels didn’t buy many combined-unit East Village apartments. But those days are long gone, so it’s hardly surprising that Gemma Ward, American Vogue’s youngest-ever cover girl, has bought a three-bedroom co-op on East Sixth Street between Second and Third avenues that was Read More
“I’m a little too short and brunette for this party,” shrieked Rachel Felder, a middle-aged writer.
She wasn’t wrong.
Hopefully she wasn’t hypoglycemic: the drink of choice was sugary champagne, imbibed through straws. “It’s awful. Frown!” said a woman before her second sip.
They were crushed into the Garden of Ono the other Read More