ABC has set a “Taylor Swift City of Lover Concert,” new Taylor Swift concert special comprised of previously taped footage, to air later this month after the season finale of “American Idol.”Per the network, “Filmed last September at L’Olympia Theater in Paris, France, Swift performs songs from her award-winning album ‘Lover’ to an intimate crowd of fans from 37 countries, traveling to the City of Love for this once-in-a-lifetime concert. The musical event gives fans unprecedented access to behind-the-scenes moments with the artist and marks her only concert performance this year, after her Lover Fest tour was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.”“While we are all home, Taylor Swift and her family of fans will be able to have a moment together and experience a never-before-seen, intimate performance, and we are so thrilled to be able to offer this to our own family of viewers on ABC,” added Eric Avram, vice president, Talent and Booking, ABC Entertainment.Also Read: Ryan Seacrest Kept the Original 'American Idol' Desk For Years - Now He's Finally Using It (Video)“Taylor Swift City of Lover Concert” will air Sunday, May 17 at 10/9c on ABC, immediately following the season finale of “American Idol.” The special will be made available the following day on demand, on Hulu and Disney+.Watch the promo for Swift’s new concert special above.Read original story ABC Sets ‘Taylor Swift City of Lover Concert’ Special With ‘Never-Before-Seen’ Footage At TheWrap
Reading is, for many, one of the greatest solitary pleasures – and where better to do it than at Le Pavillon des Lettres, a literary boutique hotel in the heart of Paris?
From mismatched stiletto heels to an optical illusion style “zig-zag” gown, she is turning heads in the prestigious capital.
From Naomi Campbell‘s surprise runway return for Valentino to Viktor and Rolf’s meme-inspired dresses, Haute Couture Fashion Week has provided some serious desk-side chatter.Renowned for its dreamlike creations and purse-load of zeros price tags, the world of couture is seriously exclusive – giving the industry’s elite the perfect chance to demonstrate their sartorial prowess via the FROW.Thankfully, Céline Dion has continued to defend her position as reigning Queen of Couture this season in a series of gram-worthy outfit changes. First up, she watched the Alexandre Vauthier SS19 show unfold in a thigh-high split dress by the designer.Just a mere few hours later, she switched up the drama in a bow-embellished shirt and co-ordinating trousers for the Giorgio Armani Privé runway – where she gave the main man himself a quick post-show hug.Over at Chanel, brand ambassador Kristen Stewart stole the spotlight in a cropped jacket (in trademark bouclé of course) with metallic low-slung trousers and millennial-style sunnies to finish. Meanwhile, fellow actress Marion Cotillard demonstrated how to work the cycling short trend in the winter months with a chic quilted bum bag to hand.From rising star Rami Malek at Dior to a Valentino-clad Kristin Scott Thomas (we need her coat), here’s who wore what at Haute Couture Fashion Week.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Fashion’s ‘It’ crowd is getting younger, as Netflix’s rising stars take to the FROW at FendiFrom Naomi Campbell to David Beckham, all the celebrity style from Paris Men’s Fashion WeekBest dressed Brits: January 2019’s top celebrity fashion
A post by Singapore-raised photographer Stefen Chow has gone viral on Facebook after he claimed to have been racially abused by the staff at an outlet of The Body Shop in Paris, France. In a post that was published on Tuesday (14 November), Chow, who was in the country on a personal trip, had gone to an outlet on Sunday (12 November) at 68 Rue de Rivoli to purchase two items. Later, Chow noticed that the staff had overcharged him by €5 (S$8).
Singaporean chocolatier Desmond Lee has come out tops in this year's national selection for the World Chocolate Masters competition. Lee will battle representatives from 19 other countries in the international round in Paris in October 2018.
Photo: Just when you thought the fashion dust had settled, Raf Simons is stepping down from Dior. After less than four hugely successful years as the creative director of the French house, WWD reports that Simons is stepping down “for personal reasons.” Sources tell the trade paper that the break up is amicable, before adding that the real reason was a disagreement over the terms of his new contract, but Simons released his own statement: It is after careful and long consideration that I have decided to leave my position as creative director of Christian Dior’s women’s collection. Christian Dior is an extraordinary company, and it has been an immense privilege to write a few pages of this magnificent book. I want to thank Mr. Bernard Arnault for the trust he has put in me, giving me the incredible opportunity to work at this beautiful house surrounded by the most amazing team one could ever dream of. I have also had the chance over the last few years to benefit from the leadership of Sidney Toledano.
More than 150 shows, presentations and countless appointments over 29 days in 4 fashion cities, the marathon has finally ended. Looking back from the first show in New York to the last show in Paris yesterday, here are the strongest trends. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterestfor nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
More than 150 shows, presentations and countless appointments over 29 days in 4 fashion cities, the marathon has finally ended. Looking back from the first show in New York to the last show in Paris yesterday, here are the strongest trends.
Countless books have been written about the innate style of French women, but in order to achieve it, where does one shop? We spoke with stylist Emily Barnes — who regularly works with the likes of fashionably hip actresses such as Jemima Kirke and Anna Chulmsky — for her recommendations on the best haunts for Fall staples in Paris. Love it as we do, there is more to life than Colette! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Countless books have been written about the innate style of French women, but in order to achieve it, where does one shop? We spoke with stylist Emily Barnes — who regularly works with the likes of fashionably hip actresses such as Jemima Kirke and Anna Chulmsky — for her recommendations on the best haunts for Fall staples in Paris. Love it as we do, there is more to life than Colette!
French women love fashion. And non-French women love it too. So it’s no surprise that the guests of Paris Fashion Week—native-born or not—are stepping out in their most fabulous garb for the final leg of the month-long shows. From Parisian legend Emmanuelle Alt’s classic outfit (Chanel flats and all) to Michelle Elie’s Prada knee-high socks and layered pearl necklaces, here’s the looks you’ll j’adore, bien sûr. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
The showers at Hussein Chalayan’s SS16 show revealed glittering party dresses. Photo: Three weeks into fashion month, Hussein Chayalan managed to do something totally new on his runway in Paris on Friday morning—give his models a shower. Chayalan’s Cuba-inspired collection made its way around the paper-clad models until splash! The water from the showers melted the jackets, revealing sparkling party dresses underneath, made in collaboration with Swarovski. “That was to represent the transformation of a militant kind of situation [in Cuba] to a more playful one,” Chalayan told Vogue after the show. He said there were a lot of challenges using water on a runway—a runway’s slippery when dry, let alone wet, and the girls were visibly chilled—but that he likes taking risks.
Photo: A fashion show’s audience typically watches the runway through the lens of a smart phone, much to the chagrin of the designers who’ve belabored over every button and hem. His collection, Anrealage, was nothing without a smart phone’s flash. The Japanese designer, who staged his first show in Tokyo in ‘06 but just debuted in Paris last season, is known for his avant grade presentations. The dresses, made of the light sensitive material that has become de riguer for anyone looking to ward off the paparazzi or photo bomb someone’s personal snaps, were just the thing to kick off what is sure to be an entertaining week of fashion in Paris.
Thinking of giving your hair a chop to deal with the summer heat? Take a few tips from Tuesday’s Chanel Fall 2015 Haute Couture show and hairstylist Sam McKnight. For the intimate casino-themed show in Paris, McKnight sent models like Kendall Jenner, Lindsey Wixson, and Soo Joo Park down the runway with jet black, blunt, asymmetrical wigs.
Manish Arora took tribal and cavemen, combined them with a Manic Pixie Dream Girl and spat out kooky face jewels including studded nose cuffs and spiked headpieces.Source: Yahoo Magazines PYC