The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has unveiled nominations for the 90th Oscars this morning, marking the apex of an awards season. The ceremony was broadcasted live from the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater.
If it were not for Ernest Beaux, the world may never have experienced the phenomenon called Chanel No.5, nor would you have discovered Ralph Lauren’s ever popular Polo had it not been resurrected from a ‘reject’! We revisit legendary perfumers who make your fragrances everlasting memories. READ MORE
CULTURE Chanel is “a collection of exhibitions”, a project started in 2007 that aims to trace the life of Gabrielle Chanel, through a chosen topic from time to time and hosted each time in different cities. READ MORE
Returning to the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) on Saturday 23 January, Sugar Mountain features another cutting-edge program of music and visual art from Australia and beyond (Hot Chip and Courtney Barnett are headlining).
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s 73rd annual Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning. Angela Bassett, America Ferrera, Chloë Grace Moretz and Dennis Quaid joined by HFPA President Lorenzo Soria revealed the list of the hopefuls to take the stature on January 10th 2016.
It’s a show that even Lego couldn’t stop. This summer, two great artists— one from the 20th century, one from the 21st, who never officially met—come together in a major exhibition at NGV International.
Post-Paris attacks, L’Officiel spoke to Aurélie Saada (right) one half of French pop-duo, Brigitte, the other half of which is neighbour and bestie Sylive Hoarau. The sultry performers will bring their retro chic sounds to Australia early next year for So Frenchy So Chic.
A humid spring night in Melbourne was the backdrop for a celebration. Rosé, champagne, fresh seafood, a string duo and the star attractions—Monet’s blooming garden in Giverny and Klimt’s golden mosaic-like paintings— reimagined as timeless jewellery.
There’s a bit of holiday melancholy in By the Sea, the directorial follow up to Jolie Pitt’s Unbroken, which hits cinemas Thursday November 26. L’Officiel is giving away double passes to celebrate the release.
Oleg Soroko is a 25-year-old Muscovite who wears many hats as an architect, designer and CG artist. His fluid, graceful images from the ‘Latency of dynamics’ series formed the backdrop to the openers in the October edition of L’Officiel Australia.
Lisa Tomasetti is an award winning photographer and visual artist who has been practicing since 1990. Her latest exhibition, opening today, features striking photos of the Australian Ballet on their international tours in Paris, Tokyo and New York.
If there’s anything more British than the fabulous cross-dressing artist, Grayson Perry, it’s gin. From Friday 4 December 2015 – 14th February 2016 the MCA will open its garden gates to Sydney-siders and visitors, inviting them to taste the summer spirit with its first ever pop-up bar.
The Australian film starring Kate Winslet, Hugo Weaving and Liam Hemsworth is number one at the box office and L’Officiel couldn’t be prouder. Read more for a chance to win a double pass to this fashionably madcap dramedy.
“My last record was a break up record and if I had to label this one I would call it a make up record. I’m making up with myself. making up for lost time. making up for everything I ever did and never did.”
Eager fans lined the red carpet to get a glimpse of local talent gone Hollywood—Liam Hemsworth (joined here by brother and fellow actor, Chris). L’Officiel chatted to the stars of The Dressmaker at the Australian premiere.
Now deep into a verdant spring, the October edition of L’Officiel celebrates beauty—beauty for beauty’s sake (rare pink diamonds, the purity of pearls) and that other kind of beauty… that which comes from a profound place of humanity.
Tom Hiddleston and Australian export Mia Wasikowska pose for photographs at the photo call for Guillermo Del Toro’s upcoming film Crimson Peak held at Le Jardin de Russie on Monday (September 28) in Rome, Italy,
There is a growing chorus demanding recognition that families come in all forms. L’Officiel’s October cover star Josephine Skriver is one such voice—but she’s not bandwagon jumping: this time, it’s personal. Here we share her essay, which first appeared on The Huffington Post…