Inez and Vinoodh direct the boldest names in Hollywood's next generation—DuJour's winter issue cover star included—in Miu Miu's latest campaign. Watch the video, here
It's a rite of passage, starring in a Miu Miu campaign, for Hollywood's rising young actresses—among them, Katie Holmes and Kirsten Dunst. It's no surprise then that the sister brand of Italian powerhouse Prada has taken notice of Lupita Nyong'o and cast the 30-year-old actress alongside Elle Fanning, Bella Heathcote ... More
Watch a red carpet interview with our cover star during DuJour's Great Performances issue party
Not long after her Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in 12 Years a Slave was announced, Lupita Nyong'o won big at the 2014 SAG Awards and the Critics' Choice Awards, cementing her place as this year's awards season darling. (We ... More
A single film in—and with Oscar buzz already—the compelling star of 12 Years a Slave is just getting started. But as she makes clear, being a newcomer doesn’t mean being naive
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Lupita Nyong'o wants to change the subject. The 30-year-old actress, who landed her starring role in 12 Years a Slave before she even graduated the Yale School of Drama, has let it slip she keeps a journal, but as far as the ... More
The new film 12-12-12 chronicles the highs of putting on last year's Robin Hood Relief concert after Hurricane Sandy
When disaster strikes, Harvey Weinstein springs into action. Although Hurricane Sandy will always be associated with devastation and destruction, the super producer is focusing on one of the positive outcomes: last year's star-studded Robin Hood Relief concert, which raised $50 million for Sandy relief. Last Friday at New ... More
Electronic group Lilacs & Champagne's Emil Amos sounds off on the band's unexpected hit
Ten years ago, a budding rock band comprised of Alex Hall and Emil Amos found themselves hooked on a new sound. Inspired by Cluster, a German experimental group, a growing obsession with electronic music would ultimately spark a second act for the Portland, Oregon duo. "[Cluster was] ... More
The Lunchbox Fund's first app is changing the way you share your food. See who came out for the New York launch of Feedie
Calling all food lovers with a philanthropic streak: There's (now) an app for that. Introduced at the Lunchbox Fund's Fall Fête, Feedie turns shared photos of food into real meals for children in poor and underdeveloped areas of the world.
Feedie users simply upload a photo of their meal from ... More
Up close and courtside with our October cover star
Watch a behind-the-scenes video from our shoot, taken just weeks after Paul Pierce moved to New York, where the 10-time NBA All-Star shows off his skills on set and takes on a group of unsuspecting gradeschoolers at a basketball court in Brooklyn. Get the full story here, and below, ... More
The creator of Showtime's newest crime series on the allure of Hollywood scandal. Plus, watch the full first episode here
Royalty of the Hollywood variety has always needed cover for any litany of indiscretions. In Tinseltown's Golden Age, studio-appointed puppet masters like Eddie Mannix and Howard Strickling were responsible for tending to movie stars' troubles, whether that meant covering up affairs—for, among others, Tarzan star Johnny Weissmuller—or managing a suspicious ... More
The online retailer FarFetch released an innovative video that's as chic as it is shoppable
Last week at FarFetch's Digital Dress Up event, the UK-based fashion-forward e-commerce site celebrated their unique range of designer inventory by inviting style bloggers to style complete looks with pieces from the site's curated global boutiques. Now, via an interactive video, anyone can shop the covetable ensembles from ... More
Jewelry designer David Yurman explains how he created the brand's "Starburst" collection with his wife, Sybil.
The journey of the "Starburst" collection from idea (inspired by a magical light display in Paris) to reality (the gorgeous necklaces, bracelets and earrings are available at David Yurman), began with a simple piece of paper, a pen, and, of course, the designer's passion. ... More