“I designed it myself,” Pattinson crowed when complimented on his slick Gucci ensemble. “I had a dream about an emerald green houndstooth suit, so I got one made.” Reps for the Italian label — which created costumes worn by the actor in David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis — confirm that RPattz picked out the fabric for the made to order two-button Monaco suit, which he paired with a pale grey dress shirt and black satin tie.
Lutz, who looked dapper in Roberto Cavalli, lamented that it’s what’s underneath his clothes that fans most want to know about. The fan experience I have most is people asking to see my underwear because of the Calvin Klein gig,” confessed the former model. “I have already gotten that a couple of times tonight!” Click here to see Lutz’s sexy Calvin Klein ad. (You’re welcome.)
Custom suits and underwear ads aside, who was best dressed at the Breaking Dawn — Part 2 premiere last night? Cast your vote in the poll below.
Vamp it up! Just in time for Breaking Dawn — Part 2, Essence Cosmeticsis releasing a limited-edition makeup line that includes products like “Bella’s Secret” shimmer powder and “Jacob’s Protection” glitter eyeliner. [MTV Style]
While we’re on the subject of Twilight; Robert Pattinson has reportedly inked a $12 million deal to star in ad campaigns for Dior’s men’s fragrance. (Here’s hoping RPatz doesn’t take notes from Chanel No. 5 pitch man Brad Pitt.) [L.A. Times]
Britney Spears (and her hair) has bounced back from the Lucky magazine wig scandal – the X Factor judge was perfectly coiffed for an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. [Daily Mail]
Journey fans can hold onto that feeling thanks to a new T-shirt line featuring art from the iconic ’80s rock band’s album covers, but they’ll have to let go of some major cash – the shirts are priced from $195 to $245. [WWD]
A brilliant Halloween mash up combines pumpkin carving with Tetris nostalgia in ‘Pumpktris,’ a playable version of the Nintendo game built into a jack-‘o-lantern. [Vulture]
From cat bowls to sex toys, modern art is all around us. See a gallery of licensed merchandise featuring the works of Andy Warhol, Keith Harring and more famous artists. [Art Info]