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Giorgio Armani Shows Fall Winter 2024, Talks Italian Prime Minister

Giorgio Armani Shows Fall Winter 2024, Talks Italian Prime Minister

[ad_1] Giorgio Armani is not Donatella Versace. He doesn’t like politics. He doesn’t like controversy. He never gets out of line on current political events. He loves to talk only about fashion. Most of all, his own. Donatella Versace, for her part, often takes a stand. Her speech on the stage of Milan’s La Scala Theater during the Fashion Awards last year was memorable. A harsh frontal attack on Italian prime minister Giorgia Meloni for her discriminatory policies toward same-sex parents, it was heard around the world. Although he might be sensitive to the topic, Giorgio Armani, on the other hand, for one of his show finales a few seasons ago, paraded five couples — each composed only of a man and a woman, couples ostensibly heterosexual and traditional — down the runway. “It’s a precise choice I wanted. To see an attractive, serious couple again,” the designer admitted at the time to those who pointed out to him that he himself did not have a traditional romantic situation and that society in the meantime was, …

Inside Emily Blunt’s Bombshell Transformation for the Critics Choice Awards 2024

Inside Emily Blunt’s Bombshell Transformation for the Critics Choice Awards 2024

[ad_1] When the Barbenheimer phenomenon vaulted two summer movies to blockbuster glory, it was clear how the films diverged when it came to the trajectories of their female characters. Stereotypical Barbie, played by Margot Robbie in Greta Gerwig’s candy-bright confection, winds up trading the plasticine perfection of her Malibu Dreamhouse for the mixed-bag freedoms of the real world. In the case of Kitty Oppenheimer—wife to the so-called American Prometheus, brought to simmering life by Emily Blunt in Christopher Nolan’s biopic—she is still, in the metaphorical sense, confined to the box. A biologist who winds up relegated to the roles of wife and mother, she remains unfulfilled, “bristling against the constraints of womanhood at that time,” Blunt says in a video about her Oppenheimer performance, which has garnered a raft of best-supporting-actress nominations. Kitty is a “really brilliant brain that kind of went to waste at the ironing board, and she suffered for it.” Blunt slips into her Giorgio Armani Privé dress with help from stylist Jessica Paster. By Jenna Jones. If Kitty has the force …