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Rent a dress from Beyonce, how RuPaul inspired a Broadway musical, and more

Dress rental site Rent the Runway has partnered with Beyoncé on The Beyoncé Boutique, which includes styles hand-picked by the pop star. [USA Today]

RuPaul, Whitney Houston, and Beyoncé were the inspirations for the makeup looks for the Tony-nominated musical Kinky Boots. [Huffington Post]

New York City’s Museum of the Moving Image will open a permanent exhibit of Jim Henson’s greatest creations next year. [DNA Info]

Fashion designer Paul Smith will sell a limited-edition red vinyl edition of Bowie’s new album The Next Day. [WWD]

Bedazzled cell phones and a pair of sneakers emblazoned with President Barack Obama’s face are among the items included in an exhibit called “Evil Things: An Encyclopaedia of Bad Taste.”  [The Independent]

Lindsay Lohan is being sued by the manufacturer of her now defunct 6126 leggings line, which claims that Lohan’s bad reputation caused sales to nosedive. [The Cut]

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Emilia Clarke on going from 'Game of Thrones' to 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' on Broadway

Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke appears on the cover of this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly, but while fans of the HBO series are starting to get excited about Clarke & co.’s return to the small screen, the actress is busy preparing for her first starring role on the Broadway stage.

Clarke is Holly Golightly in the Broadway production of Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s (opening March 20), and during a breakfast event hosted by Target — the retailer is the official beauty partner of the production — the actress talked about taking on the role that helped make Audrey Hepburn an icon, working with costume designer Colleen Atwood to re-imagine the character’s look, and how she manages to make more than 20 costume changes each performance.


Cinderella gets a new pair of (designer) glass slippers for her Broadway debut


The Broadway musical based on Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella begins previews tonight, with Tony nominee Laura Osnes slipping into the title character’s famous footwear.

To mark the occasion, Stuart Weitzman custom-designed new glass slippers — or, more accurately, polyvinyl-chloride pumps — for the fairytale heroine.

Working with Cinderella costume designer William Ivey Long, Weitzman created a pair of two-and-a-half-inch see-through heels and bedazzled them with Swarovski crystals so that they can be seen by every member of the audience, even those seated in the rows furthest from the stage.  READ FULL STORY

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