Sister Act: Gigi And Bella Hadid Made Their Chanel Couture Debut

The Hadid sisters make their Haute Couture debuts, Allison Williams explains the importance of The Bachelor and more of today’s news.


Chanel's Sister Act

It was a morning of firsts today at Paris Couture Week starting with Gigi and Bella Hadid's sister act at the Chanel Spring 2016 couture show. Both making their Haute Couture debuts, the Hadid sisters walked the stone and grass runway in striking gold ensembles featuring sequins, pearls and floral appliqués aplenty. Gigi's bestie Kendall Jenner was also on the runway, sporting a flowing black gown with stunning embellishment. But the most paramount detail from the show? Cara Delevingne, who sat front row with her dog Leo—which caused the show to be held for several minutes as handlers had to take the excitable puppy backstage. Another notable first? Karl Lagerfeld going green by incorporating insinuated wood shavings into his designs. By using recyclable materials and reusing elements, the result made for serenely beautiful detail among each runway look. [ Vogue ]


Giambattista Valli's Flower And Tulle Explosion

We'll never tire of the over-the-top artistry requisite of a Giambattista Valli show (cue the Rihanna 2015 Grammy Awards visual), and today's Paris couture showing certainly did not let us down. Per usual, the French designer delivered a breathtaking collection of heavenly designs inclusive of magnificent floral appliqués, intricate embroidery, tulle and more tulle. The result was somewhat of an avant-garde take on romanticism, leaving us to wonder if Rihanna will indeed be the first to wear one of these couture confections this awards season. [ Fashionista ]

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Miley Cyrus WIll Star in Woody Allen's New Amazon Series

In a very enthusiastic Instagram post, Miley Cyrus confirmed she is set to star in Woody Allen's new untitled series for Amazon. Considering this is her first major acting role since her Disney Channel days (despite an appearance in A Very Murray Christmas ) we're interested to see how the eccentric star will fare in the 6 half-hour episode series. Also in the news recently for being back on with her Hunky Hemsworth, it's safe to say Miley is having a pretty stellar 2016 so far. [ People ]


The Bachelor Is Super Important To Allison Williams

If you follow Allison Williams on Instagram, you're well aware that she is quite literally obsessed with The Bachelor. The actress' dreams came true last night when she appeared as special guest on Bachelor Live with Chris Harrison, revealing that her obsession with the show actually led to her meeting hubby Ricky Van Veen: "I would not be married to my husband if it weren't for this show. We went to a weekly viewing party every week, and it was like a big group date, but with both genders equally was how we met up." The Girls star also shared that her hubs actually proposed at a house where they would rendezvous for viewing parties of the hit ABC show. Talk about true love. [ Elle ]


Matthew Perry Doesn't Remember Three Years Of Friends

On the heels of his noticeable absence from the epic Friends reunion, Matthew Perry revealed that he doesn't remember filming three seasons of the hit series in an interview promoting his new West End play, The End of Longing. When asked which episode was his least favorite he said, "I think the answer is, I don't remember three years of it, so none of those. I was a little out of it at the time. Somewhere between seasons 3 and 6." For Friends super fans, the admission is somewhat disheartening, but knowing that the actor could not be more honest about his troubled past is comforting. [ Refinery29 ]


The Wardrobe Behind The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story Is Significant

On February 2, producer extraordinaire Ryan Murphy's series The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story will premiere, bringing light to the high-profile trial as well as uncovered details that prove significant two decades later. But equally relevant to the infamous trial is the wardrobe assembled by costume designer Hala Bahmet. From styling looks for the Kardashians to Faye Resnick, read how Bahmet immersed herself in research to go beyond general '90s fashion trends and explored sexism, feminism and race through the wardrobe. [ Fashionista ]