2012 January 16

We Thought You Looked Familiar: The Golden Globes Edition!

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Awards season glamour hath officially arrived! But wait: haven't we seen some of these looks before? Chic spotted several ensembles that conjured images of red carpets past (why, when there's so much to choose from, darlings?!). Check our Gallery and please, leave your comments below. We report, you discuss!

2012 January 16

Shoe Dat? A Chic Report Mystery

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Are you ready for Shoe Dat: blue carpet edition? This young Hollywood descendant (hint, hint!) swapped her towering Tabitha Simmons heels for Vibram's "Five Fingers" flats and a cozy LBD during the Golden Globes after-party at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Click here for the big reveal!

2012 January 16

2012 Golden Globes: The Winners!

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The Artist crew: producer Thomas Langmann, actress Missi Pyle, Uggie the Dog, actor Jean Dujardin, and director Michel Hazanaviciu The Artist crew: producer Thomas Langmann, actress Missi Pyle, Uggie the Dog, actor Jean Dujardin, and director Michel Hazanaviciu
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Red carpet regulars gathered in droves last night at the 69th annual Golden Globe Awards, hosted by the tamer-than-usual Ricky Gervais. A quick recap? The Artist swept the scene with three major wins; Kelsey Grammar proved he's still got it; and Madonna got cheeky with RG. Check out the full list of 2012 Golden Globe winners below.


Best Drama
The Descendants

Best Comedy/Musical
The Artist

Best Animated Film
The Adventures of TinTin

Best Actor in a Drama
George Clooney, The Descendants

Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical
Jean Dujardin, The Artist

Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture
Christopher Plummer, Beginners

Best Actress in a Drama
Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady

Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy
Michelle Williams, My Week with Marilyn

Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture
Octavia Spencer, The Help

Best Director
Martin Scorsese, Hugo

Best Screenplay
Midnight in Paris, Woody Allen

Best Score - Motion Picture
The Artist, Ludovic Bource

Best Original Song - Motion Picture
"Masterpiece" by Madonna

Best Foreign Language Film
A Separation, Iran

Cecil B. Demille Award
Morgan Freeman


Best TV Comedy or Musical
Modern Family

Best Television Series - Drama

Best Mini-Series
Downton Abbey

Best Actor in a TV Drama
Kelsey Grammer, Boss

Best Actor in a TV Musical or Comedy
Matt LeBlanc, Episodes

Best Supporting Actor in TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie
Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones

Best Actress in a TV Drama
Claire Danes, Homeland

Best Actress in a TV Musical or Comedy
Laura Dern, Enlightened

Best Supporting Actress in TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie
Jessica Lange, American Horror Story

Best Actor in a TV Movie
Idris Elba, Luther

Best Actress in a TV Movie
Kate Winslet, Mildred Pierce

2012 January 16

Guess Who Turns 38 Today?

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Kate Moss, we gon' party like it's yo birthday! Kate Moss, we gon' party like it's yo birthday!
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Birthday greetings to the fountain of youth herself, Kate Moss! The ambitious, go-getting Capri shares her big day with Sade, Aaliyah, Susan Sontag, and King Fuad II of Egypt. (Just in case you're on Jeopardy any time soon.)

2012 January 13

Sergio Says! Weekly Musings from Marie Claire (and Beyond...)

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Hobnobbing at the Guggenheim with artists, heading to a rousing Russian pop star's show in Flatbush, and a pinch of Patti Smith thrown in for good measure: is there anything our darling Sergio Kletnoy, assistant to Marie Claire's Joanna Coles, can't squeeze into seven days? Non!! Chic wishes Sergio a hearty, uber-proud congrats on his glorious spread in February's MC--check out his Thursday entry for the dish, and click here or here for a sneak peek at the goods...

Saturday, 3 pm. 
Once again I had to dust off my passport and get on the bridge to Little Russia, aka Flatbush, Brooklyn, where me and two Russian comrades, Alla and Maryanna, had tickets to see one of the biggest Russian pop stars on earth. If you haven’t heard of Verka Serduchka, I won’t blame you, but seeing as how he/she (more on that in a bit) hails from my hometown, Poltava, and took all of Europe by storm three years ago when he nabbed third place at the Eurovision Song Contest (Europe’s version of American Idol, only cooler), I had to be there. Verka is Russia’s version of RuPaul, only loved by EVERYONE, young and old. So there I was, front row center (where else?) when Verka pulls me and one of my friends up on stage and serenaded us with one of his classic hits, “Dolce and Gabbana” (I am dead serious). I couldn’t help myself from doing a Ukrainian two-step for the crowd—needless to say, I stole the show. They already thinking of naming a street after me in Flatbush.  Kletnoy Way has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?

Sunday, 12 p.m. 

My feet sore from all the Russian dancing the day before, I woke up and got a pedicure, had brunch with my Hearst bud Allie, and got a ticket for one to see the least talented actress on the planet, Meryl Streep, in Iron Lady. As if she needs my dollars.  Kidding, of course, love Meryl, but she has miles to go before reclaiming the high point of her career (and my favorite movie of hers), She-Devil. So damn good.

Monday, 1 p.m.
One step closer to ClooneyLand! George Clooney’s hot blonde girlfriend, Stacy Kiebler, stopped by Marie Claire to talk about, amongst other things, George. While the ladies in the office were hanging on Stacy’s every word about the Sexiest Man Alive, I was stoked to find out that Stacy appeared in one of my favorite John Waters’ movies, Pecker. (She was “Blonde on Bus.”) Best part of the visit: the fact that even after she kicked off her five-inch stilettos, she was still about three feet taller than me. Lucky George. After work, I headed off to the Guggenheim to meet Maurizio Cattela, the genius Italian artist who’s exhibit, “ALL,” I wrote about a few months back. I love this guy—he couldn’t be nicer. Just being around him made my creative juices flow. It’s days like this that I am reminded: I have a fricking cool job.

Tuesday, 3 p.m.
A full crew of Entertainment Tonight cameras had occupied Marie Claire’s offices for a shoot with MC’s senior fashion editor Zanna Roberts Rassi about Golden Globe predictions. My only prediction: I’ll be watching the Globes from my couch while dreaming of Madonna’s win for W.E. Did I mention how amazing it was? Also managed to get my hands on all of the three new episodes of Absolutely Fabulous, two of which are airing in the next few weeks. (The third, featuring Stella McCartney, won’t air until the summer Olympics.) FYI: This disc is not leaving my sight—unless you’re Liz Rosenberg.

Wednesday, 8 p.m.
Poet. Rocker. Mother. Icon. Artist. Revolutionary. If you haven’t guessed, I’m talking about Patti Fu***** Smith. Scored an invitation to the event of a lifetime—Patti’s private performance at the Chelsea Hotel. She was so close, I could smell her breath.  Need I say more?

Thursday, 11 a.m.
The day is finally here—Marie Claire’s February issue has been leaked! It basically should have been called “The Sergio Issue.”  Not only do I appear in THE BOSS’ Editor’s Note, I’m also featured on the Contributor's Page (alongside my favorite photographer, Rankin), and wrote the story accompanying the music portfolio, “They Got the Beat,” featuring killer shots of Kreayshawn, Natalia Kills, VV Brown, and Ellie Goulding. AND yours truly also booked the eight-page fashion feature with Oh Land! (Is there anything I can’t do?) Paging, Madonna!

Friday, 9:30 a.m.
Music obsessions! First up, Wild Belle, a duo from Chicago; they are either husband and wife, brother and sister, or just friends, but that really doesn’t matter, because their awesome single “Keep You” is a hybrid of indie, pop, and reggae and will have you humming it all day! Next up, once again Lana Del Rey’s “Born To Die,” which I am obsessed with...and it just happens to be free this week on iTunes! So what are you waiting for? Download it now! And finally, one of my fave NYC bands, Scissor Sisters, is back with a brand new single, “Shady Love." The song is a stellar dance floor stomper, the vid is adorable, and just happens to feature Madonna (kind of)… Have a great weekend and I will be back next week, until then follow me on twitter at @SergioKletnoy for my daily blabber.

2012 January 13

Shot of The Daily: Oh, Coco!

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What's not to love? Coco Rocha spent most of Fashion's Night Out dancing all over Manhattan, so we're pleased to see she didn't calm down for a second in this behind-the-scenes snap while shooting Longchamp's Spring campaign. Renowned choreographer and dancer Bianca Li envisioned a "creative movement" for Coco and Liisa Winkler for the shots by Dane Shitagi on the streets of Dumbo, Brooklyn. Just another day at the office...

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