Actor Zachary Quinto has confirmed reports he is dating model Miles Mcmillan.
The Star Trek Into Darkness star has been linked to McMillan since late last year (13), but the two finally acknowledged the romance on Instagram.com over the weekend (23-24Aug14).
Quinto is currently in New York filming indie drama Michael, in which he plays the ex-boyfriend of James Franco's character Michael Glatze, a gay activist who renounced his homosexuality and became a Christian minister.
Taking a break from the set, Quinto posted a photo of McMillan on the photosharing app, along with the caption, "all this pretend is making me miss my real life baby. can't wait to see you soon @milesmcmillan..." A few days later, McMillan, who has worked for designers including Alexander McQueen, Dior Homme and John Varvatos, shared a photo of Quinto holding a small tot in a baby carrier on his chest, and wrote, "My baby with baby! @zacharyquinto"
Quinto previously dated Glee actor Jonathan Groff for three years until their split in 2013.
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Ringo Starr has teamed up with fashion designer John Varvatos to raise funds for director David Lynch's transcendental meditation foundation. The former Beatles star is the face of Varvatos' 2014 Peace Rocks autumn fashion collection, and the rocker announced the news during a rally in Los Angeles on Monday (07Jul14) to mark his 74th birthday.
In a black and white promotional picture for the drive, Starr wears sunglasses and a leather jacket and pulls his trademark 'peace' sign. Each campaign snap will be accompanied by the #PeaceRocks hashtag.
Fans are encouraged to post 'selfie' snaps of themselves making the peace finger gesture on Twitter.com and every time the hashtag is used, Varvatos' company will donate $1 (£1.70) to the Ringo Starr Peace & Love Fund, which supports Lynch's foundation.
The moviemaker's charity promotes the use of transcendental meditation in public schools and for members of the military.
Starr also appears in a short film for the campaign in which he sits behind a drum kit and talks about his musical aspirations as a youngster.
The musician tells WWD.com of his new project, "John Varvatos made me a male model finally. At home, I've always been a male model. And now I'm out on the streets with it."
Singer Jessica Simpson shed a few extra pounds in the lead-up to her weekend (05Jul14) wedding by adopting a strict vegan diet.
The blonde beauty has been showing off a slimmer figure in recent months after losing the pregnancy pounds from carrying her second child, son Ace, last year (13) with the help of a food plan from Weight Watchers, for which she is a spokeswoman.
However, Simpson wanted to make sure she looked her absolute best when she exchanged vows with former American footballer Eric Johnson in California on Saturday, so she temporarily cut out all animal products from her diet. A source tells UsMagazine.com, "Jessica did a vegan diet for about two weeks leading up to the wedding."
The newlywed also reportedly boosted her vitamin levels by getting "quite a few" B12 shots to help maintain a healthy brain and nervous system.
Simpson has since returned to her meat-eating ways - at a pre-wedding Independence Day bash on Friday (04Jul14), guests were treated to a feast of beef brisket, smoked barbecue baby back ribs, fried chicken and grilled shrimp, as well as a variety of pies and watermelon.
Simpson isn't the first superstar to go vegan - Jennifer Lopez recently adopted the plant-based diet to get her in tip-top shape for the release of her new album AKA, while Beyonce and her rapper husband Jay Z also tried a 22-day vegan challenge last year (13).
Celebrity designer John Varvatos has launched a record label. The menswear guru has teamed up with executives at Republic Records for his new venture, John Varvatos Records.
He tells RollingStone.com, "I think the record industry has gotten to be more about labels wondering what the new single is rather than labels nurturing artists. It's gotten away from making a full album of music that someone would want to listen to all the way through...
"I want the artists to feel like I'm a real partner with them, not that I'm just a label head that's connected with another big label, Republic Records. I want them to feel that there's a partner there."
Varvatos has yet to sign anyone to the label, but he explains he is searching for the next big act.
He continues, "We want to find the next Guns N' Roses, (but) I'm not looking for old-school rock & roll, and I'm not looking to sign old-school rockers that are looking for a label. That's not the thing. I'm looking for young artists who are looking for a haven to create and evolve their music...
"If somebody's got a different style, I want to embrace that style... It's really to embrace and nurture their style in every regard, the musical style and their own personal style."
Varvatos has long been linked to stylish musicians - recent fashion campaigns have featured Iggy Pop, Paul Weller and KISS.
The rock fan is also a big part of music history - his main New York store is located on the site of punk mecca CBGB.
Rockers Kiss played a surprise gig for unsuspecting fans at the former home of iconic New York music venue Cbgb to kick off designer John Varvatos' Spring/Summer 2014 campaign. The veteran musicians recently took over the punk mecca, which has been turned into a boutique for the acclaimed designer, and performed Rock & Roll All Nite and C'mon and Love Me in full make-up for style fans who were simply told to turn up for a secret "intimate performance".
In a video short posted online, bassist Gene Simmons and singer/guitarist Paul Stanley prepare for the intimate show in front of just 200 fans.
Stanley says, "Any time somebody suits up... whether it's for battle, you're getting ready to go to a war of sorts.
"You want to win. This is my battle gear; this is my war paint. I go up there to have a great time, but I'm dead serious, with all guns loaded and a six-string guitar that can kill."
Simmons adds, "I probably have a loose screw someplace in my head. Otherwise I wouldn't be wearing more make-up and high heels than your mommy. Boy, do I look good!"
Last Saturday (11Jan14), KISS turned heads at Varvatos' show during Milan Fashion Week in Italy by walking the runway in sharp designer suits.
In April (14), KISS will be back in the Big Apple for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The rockers will be part of the museum's Class of 2014.
Veteran rockers Kiss donned their iconic band make-up and sharp suits to walk the runway for designer John Varvatos at a fashion show in Italy. The group, led by Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, made an unannounced appearance during Varvatos' menswear show at Milan Fashion Week on Saturday night (11Jan14).
KISS have shot a new advertising campaign for Varvatos, and frontman Stanley admits they are all big fans of the designer's work, saying, "John Varvatos is a good friend who does rock 'n' roll clothes. His new campaign is based around KISS. Beautiful style does not depend on fashion - fashion is temporary and is about creating a market to sell clothes. Style is timeless.
"If you look at the rock stars of the Sixties and Seventies, they weren't dressed by designers. They went to thrift shops, they went to the Salvation Army."
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When will people learn you can’t take a model, a designer and a prize package and replicate the magic of Project Runway? Many have tried and few have succeed. The new series Styled to Rock, produced by Rihanna, gives the show a punky makeover. Project Runway: All Stars has some major upgrades from last season. But is there room for more than one Project Runway?
Styled to Rock is the umpteenth attempt at using the same format of Runway. Rather than focusing on the design, this series focuses on styling and costuming for musicians. Unfortunately, supermodel host Erin Wasson has the charm of a frozen waffle.
People take for granted that Heidi Klum was an actress and a television host before she produced Project Runway. Tim Gunn has become a celebrity due to his loving nature, distinct voice and stellar vocabulary. Their Emmy is proof that they are a major part of the show’s success. You can't just pull people off the shelf and expect the same magic to happen.
Project Runway: All Stars may have the exact same premise as the original but at least it innovates. It gives designers we have come to love a chance at redemption. Judges Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman also speak more authoritatively and diplomatically about fashion. Casting has improved this season with charmless model Angela Lindvall and severe mentor Joanna Coles replaced by opinionated Alyssa Milano and effervescent Zanna Roberts Rossi.
These are not the only attempts to clone Runway. Here are some others:
The Fashion Show
When Bravo lost Runway to Lifetime they tried to keep viewers with The Fashion Show. Mizrahi served as designer judge and Kelly Rowland served as host. The show received a slight upgrade in season two when supermodel Iman took over as host.
Launch My Line
Bravo tried again with this series. Dean and Dan Caten, of DSquared, hosted this series that featured “professionals” paired with designers. Seemingly random people in fields ranging from event planning to architecture had to create their own fashion line.
Not to be outdone by the shamelessness of Bravo, Lifetime tried to create a spin-off of Runway hosted by Molly Sims. Designer Kenneth Cole served as judge in this inversion of Runway. Designers create accessories ranging from jewelry to headpieces and style them with provided clothing.
This show tried to bring Runway to network television. Jessica Simpson, Nicole Ritchie and designer John Varvatos judged designers and offered them a chance to sell their line at Express and H&M. The show had too much product placement and was a little late to the game in Runway rehashing.
Workwear is fashion-speak for clothes that look like workers would wear them. Yeah, it's that simple.
We already know scruffy miners, stonemasons, lumberjacks and farmers rock denim, leather, corduroy and canvas. And they wear jeans and work shirts, for sure. But as far as fashionistas are concerned, they also wear aprons, dusty hats, and like to carry wooden buckets. Not so great for the office, unless you're a blacksmith. But take away the aprons and that's pretty much how America dresses.
Levi Strauss & Co. is one of the oldest apparel companies in America, and Ralph Lauren has made a fortune from workwear. And then there's Dickies, Tommy Hilfiger, John Varvatos, The Gap and Old Navy. Workwear is American, through and through.
So you already have the closet. Now here are some styling tips.
Layer jacket, over vest, over shirt, over t shirt. Never enough layers.
Throw out your iron. In fact, mist your clothes with water and crumble them before you put them on.
Wear your bag across your chest, not over your shoulder.
Sandpaper the toes and the heels of your lace-up boots.
Loosely tie a bandana around your neck. Then turn it around.
Now pick up a shovel.
Jessica Simpson and Nicole Richie's U.S. reality show Fashion Star has been cancelled after two seasons due to low ratings. The style competition featured the pair as mentors, alongside menswear guru John Varvatos, giving 12 aspiring designers the chance to win a multi-million dollar contract and launch their line in America's largest retail stores, including Macy's and Saks Fifth Avenue.
The TV programme premiered to strong viewing figures last year (12), but its recent second season failed to capture audiences and now bosses at NBC, the network which aired the show, have confirmed it's been axed.
Supermodel Elle Macpherson served as host and an executive producer during its 2012 debut, but was replaced as presenter by Louise Roe, who took over the job earlier this year (13).