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Forget the bread. Let them wear bubble skirts and bustiers, platform pumps and pompadours! Vogue magazine has decreed that the extravagant, over-the-top voluminous 18th century gowns in Sofia Coppola's "Marie Antoinette" - designed by Oscar-winner Milena...
Times Staff WriterSofia Coppola's "Marie Antoinette" opens with a shot of the last queen of France reclining on a chaise while a maid tends to her feet, surrounded by a parapet of pastries. On the soundtrack, the 1980s post-punk band Gang of Four belts out its class-...
Zap2It.com"Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story" actor Rip Torn is hoping to dodge another drunk driving conviction. The 75-year-old actor was charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) after he was involved in a two-car accident Monday afternoon (Dec. 4) in North...
Tags: Drunk Driving, Rip Torn, Prosecution
Special to The TimesIf you want to know what it's like to walk a mile in Marie Antoinette's shoes, you have two choices. You can stroll around in a high-priced pair of Manolo Blahnik reproductions of 18th century French court footwear, made for Sofia Coppola's "Marie...
Tags: Kirsten Dunst, Movies, Entertainment
Fall '06 is the season of the crimson mouth, as actresses left and right are puckering up with bright red lips. Award-winning writer-director Sofia Coppola is among those sporting the bold retro look, as are film femmes Scarlett Johansson, Angelina...
Just because we're moving into mid-summer, we're not about to slow down this season's party train. In fact, we're ready for a picnic! But lugging that bottle of wine along is such a chore--and we always forget the stupid corkscrew. Good news. Innovative...
Associated Press WriterVeteran designer Karl Lagerfeld on Tuesday defied predictions that Paris haute couture will soon die out with a display of feather-light gowns for Chanel destined to lure a new generation of clients. To a live set by singer Cat Power, models paraded...
Writer-director Sofia Coppola adapts Antonia Fraser's book about the 18th Century Viennese girl (Kirsten Dunst) who married Louis XVI (Jason Schwartzman) and eventually became the queen of France--to the dismay of the country. Much of the cast uses the...
MAY 15 Au Revoir Simone, "The Bird of Music" Witty, urbane pop from this all-female Brooklyn three-piece that get it done on a battery of swirling synthesizers and a perpetually percolating drum machine. As easy on the ears as they are on the eyes, Au...
The EnvelopeVogue editor at large André Leon Talley, who is to provide commentary tonight on ABC's pre-Oscar show, strolled up Rodeo Drive the other day and was treated like a celebrity by three Swedish students, three Italian engineers and one local real estate...
The Associated PressFrancis Ford Coppola's first movie in a decade, "Youth Without Youth," will have its world premiere at the Rome Film Festival next month, organizers said Thursday. The five-time Academy Award winner's first movie since 1997's "The Rainmaker" stars Tim...
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