2009 June 25
(NEW YORK) As reported by The Daily Telegraph, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy will perform in New York on July 18 as part of Nelson Mandela's 91st birthday celebration. The 41-year-old former model, who famously vowed to put her musical performances on hiatus during her tenure as First Lady, will sing a duet with the Eurythmics' Dave Stuart at Radio City Music Hall alongside other artists like Aretha Franklin, Josh Groban, Queen Latifah, Cyndi Lauper and more.
Tickets to "Mandela Day" are available to the public, but one VIP attendee isn't on any guest lists--at least not officially, yet. Well-placed insiders are buzzing that the French president will make an unannounced appearance at Radio City. "I have no information about that," a spokesperson at the French Embassy in New York told The Daily. "All we know is that she is performing." The heavens may tremble...
Fresh on the heels of its announcement that Roland Mouret would be designing a 25-piece collection for the brand, Banana Republic has brought on another household name designer, but...
The Victoria's Secret show is crossing the pond. The 2014 show will be hosted in London this year instead of New York. Supermodels Candice Swanepoel and Adriana Lima made the announcement...
Rolex has crowned a new king. The luxury watch brand has hired Jean-Frédéric Dufour to head the company. Dufour comes from Zenith, where he also held the title of CEO.