Headline Trip

Couture is about to get a lot more extravagant (because clearly it wasn’t enough already). The French Federation has added haute joaillerie to the line-up, inviting the likes of Cartier, Chanel and Dior to present their shiniest baubles. We’re thinking maharajah goes to the Gold Nugget. Love. (Independent)

Presidential provocateuse Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is heading to a cineplex near you. While wearing Stella McCartney’s GapKids line, she confirmed her appearance in Woody Allen’s next flick. Saucy mynx. (WWD)

Topshop has launched its Dress Me Up initiative, which involves customers borrowing dresses instead of buying them. It’s like rummaging though your bestie’s closet, if that bestie was Scarlett Johansson or Kate Moss. We suggest lots of deodorant and maybe a tetanus booster. (Vogue UK)

Attention, New Yorkers. Apparently it’s okay to go stark-raving nude, as long as it’s for art’s sake. Lorenzo? (Page Six)

Looks like New York’s days as an international art hub are numbered, at least according to uber-gallerist Larry Gagosian, who sees art gravitating towards the dollar signs in Dubai. We’ll keep a tally at Art Basel Miami. (Art Fag City)

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