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Takes A Village

On Sunday evening arm waist trainer  , the welcoming smell of a fire-pit wafted down a pier in Red Hook, Brooklyn, beckoning guests into Pioneer Works’ second annual Village Fete. This year’s outdoor affair attracted a healthy mix of art and fashion luminaries—as the laid-back prequel to Monday evening’s Met Gala.

A clique of gala-bound It Girls including Poppy Delevingne, Alexa Chung and Sienna Miller sprawled across the picnic table looking like a chic British delegation amidst New York’s diehard art crowd—if not a little out of place. Dustin Yellin, the evening’s host, took his duties seriously. “Hello again,” he said, smiling warmly before dashing outside to the garden—where artists like Shirin Neshat and Zoe Buckman sipped Bombay Negronis to the tunes of a roaming Mariachi band.

arm trimming sleeves  Over a dinner of roasted pig and spring vegetables, guests texted in their donations to Pioneer Works’ education fund as Benjamin Bronfman, Yellin, and auctioneer Alexander Gilkes implored them all to go that extra step. With the sun streaming into the blooming banquet hall, even Solange Knowles couldn’t resist standing up to snap a photograph of the immense dinner, which raised more than $840,000. “Dustin knows how to put good people together,” remarked artist Fab 5 Freddy of the evening. “I don’t come out here often, but I’m never disappointed.”

 

Alessandro Dell’Acqua: A Man For All Seasons

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“For me control top camisole, it’s like a coronation. It has given me a whole new way of living, a lot of motivation and energy, as if I were 20 again,” says Dell’Acqua, whose slight figure and sculptural Neapolitan face give him a boyish look despite his silver-streaked hair. It’s a wet spring afternoon in Milan, and the soft-spoken designer, just back from a hectic week of work travel around Italy, looks surprisingly relaxed as he pauses to have a coffee in his Città Studi showroom. Behind him are racks displaying pieces from the two labels. It’s quite a contrast: sumptuous, architectural, slightly decadent, very French Rochas; and young, sexy, streetwise, consummately Italian No. 21. “When I am working for No. 21, I only think of 21. When I am creating a collection for Rochas, No. 21 doesn’t exist. Different woman, different situation,” he says. “I have always done a lot of things at once.”

Dell’Acqua’s versatility grows out of his three-decade journey through every possible realm of Italian fashion. As a kid in 1970s Naples, he was fascinated by the work of famous film costumers. Soon he was spending his allowance on fashion magazines and hanging around the city’s few upscale shops. At 13, he became a part-time apprentice for a legendary Neapolitan dressmaker. And after graduating from the Accademia di Belle Arti in Naples, he set off for Milan, following in the footsteps of other ambitious Southern Italians like Domenico Dolce and Gianni Versace. “Perhaps we in the South have a strong desire to make it because we lack so much,” he says. “There are not many ways to express yourself culturally. And the women there have a huge influence.”

Armed with a portfolio of sketches and an address he found in a newspaper, Dell’Acqua talked his way into the Via Brera showroom of his favorite designer, Enrica Massei, and was hired on the spot. He further educated himself by moving around from designer to designer “to absorb everything I could,” he explains. “I’d get promoted to top assistant and then move on. It served me well over the years, because I remember everything.”

So began Dell’Acqua’s very active career as Milan’s man for all seasons, the hidden talent who could—and did—design high-end ready-to-wear during a series of posts and consulting gigs for companies as diverse as Genny (he was head designer when he was 23), La Perla, Borbonese, Iceberg, Les Copains, Max Mara, Malo, and Brioni.

Dell’Acqua launched his own ready-to-wear label in 1996. His signature was eroticized elegance: layered black, beige, and nude chiffon transparencies that evoked lingerie. It drew on memories of hot summer days when the women in his family used to walk around the house in their underwear, “completely free and uninhibited”—an atmosphere echoed in one of his favorite noir films, 1995’s l’Amore Molesto, in which the heroine wanders through Naples in a satin slip. The lingerie look was peppered with sharp tailored pieces, conveying a theatrical glamour that caught on with the show business crowd: For Michael Jackson’s ill-fated 2009 This Is It tour, Dell’Acqua came up with gold-sequined trousers for the performer.

Around the turn of the millennium, Dell’Acqua branched out into men’s wear, accessories, and fragrance. But in June 2009, he issued a press release stating that the upcoming collections were being produced without his approval because of creative disagreements with his production company, Cherry Grove. Dell’Acqua severed ties with Cherry Grove and—in a fate similar to that of Jil Sander, Helmut Lang, and Roland Mouret before him—lost the rights to the eponymous fashion house he’d worked so hard to build. Today, the Alessandro Dell’Acqua label exists with no connection to the designer.

Understandably, it was a bitter period for Dell’Acqua. “It was a big drama for me,” he says. “Not to have your name is like not having a piece of your body.” He was unemployed, having lost his position as head designer of Malo—also the property of Cherry Grove—and his elderly parents were seriously ill. (Both passed away in the spring.) “The world of fashion forgets very quickly. For six months, I sat at home and heard from nobody. It certainly changes your way of thinking about people you thought were close to you.”

He put together a proposal for an edgier, more casual ready-to-wear line, but none of the major Italian manufacturers he approached were willing to invest. “I went to all the big companies with a detailed plan, a good name, years of experience, and everyone said, ‘Yes, yes, you’re great, but we have no faith in this kind of project.’ ” Still, Dell’Acqua, who describes himself as very stubborn, persisted, making the rounds of “medium, then small, then very small” production companies. Meanwhile, he applied for freelance gigs and ended up taking a two-year creative-director post at Brioni and then moved to Les Copains for a year. Finally, he found a tiny family-run company in Bergamo willing to produce a no-frills collection of just 30 pieces.

The new label, which made its debut in Milan in 2010, was christened No. 21, for Dell’Acqua’s birthday, and also his lucky number. The line was immediately well received: Less romantic than the designer’s original label, it focused more on day clothes rather than evening wear, playing with ideas of masculinity and femininity and mixing high-tech textiles with traditional fabrics. In two years, No. 21 outgrew the Bergamo factory, and the major fashion producer Gilmar stepped in, allowing Dell’Acqua to expand into men’s wear.

In the summer of 2013__,__ Dell’Acqua got the call from Rochas. “It was completely out of the blue, and when they said they were thinking of me, I told myself, ‘Don’t get your hopes up—after all, you’re not so young anymore.’ But all my life I had dreamed of heading up a French house, and I have always particularly loved the femininity of Rochas. But the bizarre thing is that my first boss, Enrica Massei, is married to Franco Penè, who owns the company that produces Rochas—so we met again after 25 years. It was destiny.”

His first collection this past January was inspired by the rigorous forms and Gothic sensibility of classic French film noir: Voluminous coats and sheath dresses took on a decadent twist, with lashings of crystals and accessories thick with jet spikes. In the showroom in Milan, Dell’Acqua shows me one of his Rochas favorites: a duchesse silk satin coat in a camel color close to his beloved beige and pink flesh tones, glittering with shards of Swarovski crystal. It contrasts with a standout piece from No. 21: an oversize motorcycle jacket in green plaid wool that imperceptibly segues into a border of velvety gray sheepskin. “No. 21 is for daytime and the street; and Rochas is cinema, darkness, grandeur, and dreams,” Dell’Acqua says, like a parent praising two very different children.

 

James Franco Admits  Directing Himself as Twins in HBO’s The Deuce Was a Little Confusing

So much has been made of all that James Franco has best corset shapewear done in and outside of Hollywood since he broke through as a teen heartthrob in Freaks and Geeks that it’s probably easier to ask, What has James Franco—actor, director, writer, model, artist, soap star, USC professor, UCLA professor, Oscar nominee, Oscar host, and so on—not done? It turns out, in fact, that he’s not yet played twins onscreen, which he does as the star of HBO’s much-anticipated new drama The Deuce, premiering in September. Created by The Wire’s David Simon, the TV series centers on twin brothers Frankie and Vinnie Martino, both played by Franco, during the rise of the now-billion dollar porn industry in Times Square in ’70s New York. Franco being Franco, of course, he decided to direct himself while trying to play both parts onscreen at the same time (he’s also an executive producer of the show). In an interview with Lynn Hirschberg, he explains how he pulled it off, and how he originally started honing his Brooklyn accent—and his acting chops in general—while working at a McDonald’s drive-thru window.

When long body shaper did you know you were going to be an actor?

I started acting my senior year in high school. I had loved movies since as long as I can remember. Then finally my senior year, I started acting. And I had a girlfriend in the drama program, and she had been asked to do a one-act by this guy. And he had written this one-act and was directing and starring in it. It was this romantic piece, and they were gonna make out in it. And I got really jealous, and I begged her not to do it. But she did it anyway, as she should have. I realize in hindsight that I was jealous probably more because he had constructed this whole thing and he’d written it and directed it and was acting in it—it was, like, all the things that I wanted to do. And so as my revenge, I decided that I would join the drama class. I got the leads in the last two plays that year.

tummy control camisole Then I hadn’t applied to any drama schools ’cause I was too late, and so I wasn’t in the theater program at UCLA. But I was in L.A., and there was, like, a guy in my dorm that was on the show Cybill, with Cybill Shepherd. It was just all around me, and I was like, “Well, I, I need to do this now.” So I dropped out of school. My parents wouldn’t support me anymore. So I worked at McDonald’s for two or three months.

Oh, wow. You wore the uniform.

Oh, yeah. I got a couple dates from the drive-thru window. [Laughter.]Tthen I got a Pizza Hut commercial, and then not long after that I did Freaks and Geeks. So it all worked out.

I can’t believe you worked at McDonald’s. How did you get dates from the drive-thru?

Well, they didn’t go so well. I was in acting class, and I would practice different accents in the drive-thru, like really bad accents. But people believed me. So I’d be like [in terrible Italian-American accent] “Hey, welcome to McDonald’s. May I help you?” You know, like, that bad.

And I’d always know that they were interested ’cause they’d come back around. So, you know, a young lady would be like, “Oh, I forgot the, uh, strawberry milkshake.”She’d come back and she’d be like, “Well, I’m trying to learn Italian. Maybe you could give me some Italian lessons.” I’d go [in accent], “Yeah, yeah, sure.” But then there were a couple, I guess, with my Irish accent or, like, my Brooklyn accent—those I could go out on dates with. You know, we went to see Titanic, and I had to keep it up. You know, so like [in equally bad Brooklyn accent], “Whoa, Leonardo. Wow, he was amazing. Yo, oh.”

What movie makes you cry?

Well, it’s not a movie, but I did just go see Dear Evan Hansen, the musical. Oh my god. Like, I cried at every single song. Usually, I’m not the biggest musical guy, but there’s usually one song in every musical where I’d get emotional. And in Dear Evan Hansen, every song I’m bawling. During the intermission, they were like, “You want to come to the green room?” And it was, like, the manager’s office, this little weird cave with, like, little tea—I don’t know, it was odd. But he had special Dear Evan Hansen tissues, I guess because people cry so much.

Oh, and I’ll call the actor out, Ben Platt. So he’s giving this amazing performance, and there’s a part in the play where his character comes to the lip of the stage to give a speech for this other kid that’s committed suicide. Well, Ben comes up, and he goes to the mic, and he hawks the biggest loogie, like, right on the foot of or off the stage. And I’m thinking, like, “Is that part of the play? Is the character so awkward or anxious right that he’s clearing his throat?” But I look down. There’s these two young women in the front row, and when he spits, they’re like…

So I go see him after. I’m like, “Man, great show. What was up with that spitting part?” Ben was like, “Oh, those girls were talking the whole time. I was trying to make eye contact with them, and they wouldn’t shut up. So I just spit on ‘em.”

 

 

Dancing the Night Away

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Given this plus size butt lifter, you would have expected the NYCB’s spring gala celebrating its 50-year anniversary in its current Philip Johnson-designed building and sponsored by Vacheron Constantin to pull out all the Hollywood stops. But while the carpet was long, its populace was less star-studded. The biggest names were Alicia Keys, Kristen Bell (who performed a rendition of “If I Loved You” from “Carousel”) and a lonely-looking Sean Avery. This was also not a bad thing.

It meant that Thursday evening’s focus was on celebrating ballet. (Ruinart helped pave the way with a champagne bar, as part of its new beverage partnership with the company.) When Peter Martins brought out former dancers who had graced the former New York State Theater (now the David H. Koch Theater) in 1964, among them Jacques d’Amboise and Allegra Kent, and asked the audience to toast them with shots from mini bottles of Georgi vodka, many guests cheered. And instead of presenting a packed program of crowd-pleasers, the NYCB stuck with just two ballets (preceded by a trumpet performance of “Fanfare for a New Theater” and the orchestra’s playing of the national anthem): George Balanchine’s “Allegro Brillante” and the world premiere of Justin Peck’s “Everywhere We Go.”

 

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‘Wholesale Corsets bomber’ sentenced to life in prison

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Abdulmutallab “has never expressed doubt or regret or remorse about his mission,” Edmunds said. “In contrast, he sees that mission as divinely inspired and a continuing mission.”

Life in prison is a “just punishment for what he has done,” the judge said. “The defendant poses a significant ongoing threat to the safety of American citizens everywhere.”

Abdulmutallab, a 25-year-old who was educated in Europe and is the son of a wealthy Nigerian banker, told the government that he trained in Yemen under the eye of Anwar al-Awlaki, a radical American-born cleric and one of the best-known al-Qaida figures.

 

Lisca Lingerie & Swimwear SS17 Fashion Show. 

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Last Thursday corset skirts sets they officially launched all the new collections at a fashion show at the Portorose Hotel, Slovenija. The show presented new trends for lingerie, swimwear and nightwear with the programmes inspired by the different aspects of the feminine soul.

We’ve managed to  Wholesale Babydoll Lingerie  get hold of a bunch of photo’s that you can see below but remember all the styles won’t be available until early next year. If you fancy checking out the latest Lisca collections you can buy them right now on Amazon.

 

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