Ronan Farrow has an amazing inteview with Miley Cyrus in this month’s W. It’s pretty New Journalism-y, which is code for “not a puff piece,” but also for “Ronan Farrow relates, because he’s also the scion of famous parents, but he doesn’t relate too much, like you can tell that he’s sort of judging her, and also he refers to Miley as the Molly Bloom of Instagram, whatever that means?”
Also: Race stuff! How Miley treats the breasts of “the little people” in her show! Traveling to Kenya! Manicures! Read on to find out our favorite moments from the interview.
When we arrived at the new Ace Hotel in the now-trendy neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles last Thursday, the attendant told us the artisanal soap was made from pearls. But what sounds like the Brooklynization of just another city—the shower lotions are from a local barber, the restaurant is run by the guys who do Five Leaves, the Greenpoint bistro—isn’t exactly that. Here, the sprawl is inverted.
We love the clean lines and abstract nature of Francisco Costa’s designs for Calvin Klein Collection. Of Brazilian descent, he has an unmatchable talent for creating wearable art that is minimal and wearable—perhaps the only one who provides a Parisian level of artistic thrills in New York.
We had some time to spare before the show began—a departure from our general habit of sprinting four blocks and arriving sweaty and out of breath at the last minute. We left our seat-mates Bianca Jagger, Julie Macklowe and Kelly Klein, to name a few, to explore the front rows.
Amy Adams, Diane Kruger, Emma Stone and photographer Patrick Demarchelier were all present, but our vigilant eyes sought out someone less obvious: W Magazine’s Fashion and Style Director, Edward Enninful.
When smoking in bars and nightclubs was banned a few years ago in New York, the AP wrote about a city rapt with “fear, loathing and lament.” Despite concerns of a sudden, post-ban apocalypse, we survived—France, on the other hand, may be another story.
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