Nov, 17 Posted by Admin

SLANTED – NBC and L’Oréal Paris are partnering up to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the brand’s signature philanthropic program, Women of Worth. The network will host a first-of-its-kind television special this year, spotlighting 10 women making an extraordinary difference in their communities. “Women of Worth” will air on November 25th on NBC, and NBCUniversal’s streaming service, Peacock, on Thanksgiving Day.

The special will feature introductions by iconic L’Oréal Paris spokeswomen, including Camila Cabello, Viola Davis, Elle Fanning, Aja Naomi King, Katherine Langford, Eva Longoria, Andie MacDowell, and Helen Mirren, as they walk viewers through each woman’s exceptional story of strength, community, advocacy, empowerment and resilience.

“For 15 years, L’Oréal Paris has amplified the stories of exceptional women across the country who have taught us the true meaning of giving back,” said Ali Goldstein, President, L’Oréal Paris USA. “We are honored to be entering this new era of the program by partnering with NBCUniversal to take their stories to a national stage, and in the process, fostering and inspiring this sense of worth in others.”

“We’re proud to illuminate the remarkable achievements of this extraordinary group of women,” said Doug Vaughan, Executive Vice President, Special Programs, NBC Entertainment. “What better time than on the eve of Thanksgiving to spotlight those who dedicate so much of themselves for the betterment of others.”

The description reads, “Now in its 15th year, the L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth program supports and amplifies the efforts of women who champion the underserved, foster self-worth and create positive change in their communities. With diverse backgrounds, experiences and passions, the 2020 Women of Worth represent causes ranging from educating Latinx communities on the dangers of opioid prescription misuse, to providing immigrant communities with free health care and destigmatizing mental illness. Each honoree receives financial funding for their non-profit organization, as well as support via national paid media, educational and training opportunities.”

The NBC special will feature exclusive interviews and content with the 2020 L’Oréal



Oct, 28 Posted by Admin

WWD – Gucci is releasing a series of short films in partnership with Dazed Media.

The series, titled “AbsoluteBeginners,” invites nine friends of the brand and Dazed collaborators to direct a film each for the first time and to “celebrates the potency of pop culture and naïveté, the beauty in amateurism, and exposes the power and vulnerability of the creative impulse,” while incorporating the Gucci Jackie 1961 bag into the narrative.

The first set of five films available to watch beginning Wednesday have been created by Elle Fanning, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Jodie Turner-Smith, Benedetta Porcaroli and Emma Corrin, who plays the late Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, in the upcoming season four of the Netflix hit show “The Crown.”

The campaign also aims to go viral on social media. Morgan Presley, the creator behind TikTok’s viral Gucci Model Challenge, will promote the series with her “#GucciAbsoluteBeginners guide to living a Gucci life” video, which follows a Gucci-fied day in her life, in her Gucci-inspired look, with audio that other TikTok creators can use to re-create their very own Gucci day.

“My film is about captivating the nature of Gucci,” said Fanning, who has been wearing Alessandro Michele’s gowns at major film festivals. “Even a dog can be hypnotized by its beauty. One night while drifting off to sleep, I thought of this western showdown between a dog and dog owner with a scoreboard keeping tallies of how Gucci always wins. Since I am an absolute beginner to directing, I wanted to make a statement with the tone. Yes, this is a fashion film, but why not tell a funny story while looking at sparkling garments?”



Sep, 25 Posted by Admin

Free NewsElle noted that she is not going to “apologize” for her successful career and is not shy about getting naked.

Elle Fanning, 22, spoke with Vanity Fair about her role in Hulu’s new series, The Great. The series tells about the early years of the Russian Empress Catherine the Great, played by the young actress.

In an interview, Elle noted that playing the role of Catherine helps her to become even more liberated.

“In reality, Catherine the Great was very sexually liberated and free, and people belittled her for this. Sex is an important part of the series, and it was very interesting for me to explore this side of the role for myself”, shared Dakota’s younger sister. Elle noted that she likes to be nude:

“Personally, I like being naked. I often go naked. This is part of my life!”

Also in an interview, the actress noted that she is a fan of Gwyneth Paltrow, loves the TLC reality show “Bride Visa. Groom Visa ”(90 Day Fiancé) and learns TikTok’s Addison Ray dance. Elle now lives with her sister Dakota at their grandmother’s house in San Fernando, Los Angeles.

The actress admitted that career success at such a young age does not bother her:

“I’m not going to make excuses. Yes, I am young, but I have been in this business for a long time, and my opinion matters.”



Sep, 17 Posted by Admin

Deadline – Elle Fanning has teamed up with Jessica Wapner, former science editor of Newsweek, for a documentary podcast series looking at the controversial diet pill and bodybuilding aid DNP.

The pair is working on One Click for Cadence13, the Entercom-backed podcast company. It is based on Wapner’s story for The Daily Beast – The Deadly Internet Diet Drug That Cooks People Alive that was published by in January 2020 and was commissioned by Vespucci Group, the film, TV, podcast & multimedia incubator that produces fact-based stories.

The Great star and exec producer Fanning will narrate the series, based on Wapner’s writing.

DNP is a chemical that was originally used in WWI-era artillery shells that has more recently been sold on the Internet as a diet pill and bodybuilding aid—with fatal results. Fanning and Wapner explore the issues of body image and mental health, and unravel these chain of events.

One Click is designed as a franchise with the story of DNP set as season one. The franchise will explore how a single click on the internet can change a life forever.

The first season of One Click will launch in early 2021.

One Click will be executive produced by Chris Corcoran, Chief Content Officer, Cadence13. It will be directed and produced by Cadence13 and Vespucci Group. Fanning, Wapner, and Brittany Kahan Ward will also produce.

“I am thrilled to be partnering with Cadence 13, Jessica Wapner and Vespucci Group on a podcast that I hope will start an important conversation amongst my peers,” said Fanning. “Our lives are consumed by social media and the internet, and we need to be conscious of the negativity it can breed and the ways in which it is being misused that are so harmful. I even find myself comparing my thighs to other people’s thighs on Instagram. Through Jessica’s investigation into DNP, a drug I had never heard of before, we hope to uncover and expose those preying on the vulnerable. This isn’t a chemistry story—it’s the story of 21-year-olds who burned alive from the inside trying to reach an intangible goal of what society’s beauty standards are today.”

Wapner added, “Moving this story from print to podcast will make for a far-reaching and in-depth examination of the many dire issues surrounding body image. Elle’s intelligence, openness and experience make her an ideal co-host. Vespucci Group’s collaborative spirit, dedication to journalism and storytelling skills make them the ideal producers, along with Cadence13.”

“We’re proud to be aligning with Elle and Jessica, two enormous talents who are clearly passionate about exploring the dangers of body image pressures and the risks people are willing to take, through the lens of this dark and terrifying story,” said Chris Corcoran, Chief Content Officer, Cadence13.

Fanning is represented by Echo Lake Entertainment, United Talent Agency, and Hansen Jacobson. Vespucci Group is represented by WME.



Sep, 15 Posted by Admin

The Cut – There is no cure for eczema, but there are ways to live with it: Just take a cue from Elle Fanning. The actress, one of 32 million Americans who suffer from the chronic skin condition, recently posted a filter- and makeup-free picture of her skin on Instagram, visible pores and all.

 

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Eczema but make it eye shadow 😜

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Captioning it “Eczema but make it eye shadow,” she joked about the recent itchy outbreak on her eyelids. Since the patches are unusually symmetrical, they resemble a perfectly-blended-out eye look. It even sort of looks like the red eye-shadow trend we saw in 2018.