Marc Jacobs refuses to confirm whether or not he'll be designing Sofia Coppola's wedding gown
Longtime fashion sweethearts Sofia Coppola and Marc Jacobs were definitely in cahoots when it came time to get dressed for the CFDA Awards last night (Coppola wore a dress from Jacobs' resort collection), but apparently Sofia's going to be getting dressed for her wedding on her own. When asked if he'd be designing the filmmaker's wedding gown, Marc shook his head, "No. I had heard that she was getting married and, I mean, I don’t know. Yeah, I don’t know.” Don't know if the duo's just working together to keep details of Coppola's wedding to longtime boyfriend, Phoenix frontman Thomas Mars, under wraps or if there's trouble in paradise for the glamorous bosom buddies. Coppola basically never leaves her house unless she's wearing Marc Jacobs; Coppola has appeared in several of the designer's campaigns, tagged along to two Met Galas as his date, and in 2004, she wore a Jacobs-designed gown to accept the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Lost in Translation. Who's Marc Jacobs kidding? Either he designs his cuddle-buddy's wedding gown, or else she goes nude. [Fashionologie]
Let's talk about accessories
If you're looking to spruce up your accessories collection for the new season, MillionLooks has a handy checklist to make sure you cover all your bases. What they don't mention, and what you should know if you're looking for a new bag and you're willing to splurge, is that Bottega Veneta's Woven Perforated Shoulder Hobo is a good thing to think about: it's ultra-luxe but still light enough to pair well with summer colors [BagSnob].
Lara Stone and Justin Timberlake play house
Dear Vanity Fair: It's been ages since I've thought about you, but you've finally fallen back into my good graces. Mere days ago, I was gushing over the extreme awesomeness of Justin Timberlake, who's managed to dazzle me by being endlessly hilarious but never the butt of the joke.
JT's got style for miles, and it looks like you were keyed into that when you had him shack up with bombshell model Lara Stone. The ensuing editorial is hardly flawless (can't say I care to see a table tennis tutorial), but the moody, satiric shots and unlikely pairing definitely deserve some praise.
Lara Stone and Timberlake are both major stars that command attention, and even though Timberlake doesn't top her here, I can't imagine a male model that would be able to hold his own and produce the same level of energy and tension on display in this shoot. [Models.com]