Josh Duboff is a VF.com senior writer, based in New York, who covers entertainment and culture. He writes an "Imagined Celebrity Connections" column every Friday. He's also the writer/director of a web series, Twenty Five. (Photo by Justin Bishop.)
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a dark green, empire waist gown, but with a black sash that spoke volumes. In 2017, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the BAFTA Awards for the first time, and Kate Middleton brought her style A-game, opting for a black, off-the-shoulder Alexander McQueen gown (covered in a white-flower pattern) that was one of her more sleek and modern formal looks. It was a good one!
In 2017, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the BAFTA Awards for the first time [https://www.vanityfair.com/style/2017/02/kate-middleton-prince-william-baftas-alexander-mcqueen], and Kate Middleton brought her style A-game, opting for a black, off-the-shoulder Alexander McQueen gown (covered in a white-flower pattern) that was one of her more sleek and modern formal looks. It was a good one! The two appeared to have had enough fun last year that decided to make it a repeat trip this year.
There are few movies as resonant in the pop-culture universe as Garry Marshall’s Pretty Woman, the 1990 romantic comedy that catapulted Julia Roberts to superstardom. Now, nearly three decades later, Tony Award-winning director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots) is bringing Pretty Woman: The Musical to Broadway. Samantha Barks—a 27-year-old British actress best known for playing Éponine in the 2012 film version of Les Misérables—will try to fill Roberts’s high, high heels.
a woman on my flight watched "This Means War" in front of a woman watching "Three Billboards" and LET'S JUST SAY ONE OF THE TWO WATCHED A "BEST PICTURE"-WORTHY MOVIE AND THE OTHER WATCHED "THREE BILLBOARDS"
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Selecting a term
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