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The setting was the star of Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill's Fashion Week play

The most impressive part of the one-act play Spike Jonze directed and co-wrote with Jonah Hill for Opening Ceremony’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection: the setting.

That’s not to knock the clothes, which were ostensibly the focal point of the piece—after all, the play was composed for Fashion Week. Nor is it to say that there weren’t good actors on stage. The cast consisted of stars like John Cameron Mitchell, Bobby Cannavale, Catherine Keener, Rashida Jones, and Elle Fanning.

But when the curtains opened to reveal that the audience was actually sitting in the back of the Metropolitan Opera House, looking out on its plush red seats and famous chandeliers, everything else became almost secondary. Seeing one of New York’s great institutions from such a rare perspective elevated the evening’s proceedings.


Style & Design: Katie Holmes' Fashion Week plans, the Andy Warhol action figure and more

Katie Holmes and business partner Jeanne Yang will reportedly stage the first New York Fashion Week show for their Homes & Yang label inside “the tents” at Lincoln Center. [Stylewatch]

Jerry Nelson, one of Jim Henson’s team of original Mupeteers and the first person to perform as Mr. Snuffleupagus, has died. [Slashfilm]

Does my butt look big on the cover of this magazine? According to Fox News, the latest trend in Photoshop makes women appear “larger and curvier.” [Art Info]

Barbie, meet Andy. Andy, Barbie. A Japanese toy company is set to release two vinyl collectible Warhol dolls — complete with interchangeable hair and banana accessory — this fall. [High Snobiety]

See the “fantasy floorplans” of the Friends apartment, Robin’s Nest from Magnum P.I. and more fictional living spaces. [Collider]

Robert Pattinson’s electronic cigarette, Lauren Conrad’s Instagram pic with the Kia Motors hamster, and more examples of the sneakiest strategy in celebrity brand endorsements. [THR]

Here comes the…endorsement deal. My Fair Wedding star David Tutera’s new jewelry collection. [WWD]

(Reporting by Nakisha Williams)

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Watch Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift make a date for Fashion’s Night Out. [Fashion’s Night Out]

Leapin’ lizards! Willow Smith is set to star in the big screen remake of Annie, featuring new music from Jay-Z. [Broadway.com]

D’oh! The U.S. Postal Service is stuck with more than $650 million dollars worth of unsold Simpsons stamps. [Vulture]

Miuccia Prada tells Vogue she designed the glittering deco dresses seen in the trailer for The Great Gatsby. [Fashion Etc.]

Masterpiece manicures: KAWS claws, Warhol tips and more nail designs inspired by famous works of art. [Art Info]

How did Miley Cyrus, Yohji Yamamoto and Nike influence the look of ParaNorman? The movie’s animation costume specialist explains. [L.A. Times]

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On the scene at New York Fashion Week: Matt Damon accompanies wife to Naeem Khan show; raises the Valentine's Day bar

Guys, you may as well give up right now.

While some love-sick sweethearts are planning to woo their significant others with chocolates and roses for Valentine’s Day, Matt Damon did something a little more unusual. He accompanied his wife, Luciana Barroso, to the Naeem Khan fashion show at Lincoln Center today.

The couple, who were literally swarmed by surprised photographers as soon as they took their seats, were holding hands and being generally adorable throughout the entire presentation. And to Damon’s credit, he seemed genuinely focused on the show, which was rumored to be his first (you know, assuming you don’t count the L.A.M.B-Damon impostor debacle of 2011). READ FULL STORY

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