Spring is in full swing and with it, all the star content we love. Marc Jacobs’s wedding gathered all the biggest names in fashion — and perhaps the world. One of our favorite Interview subjects hit the theatre. And Cardi B, always the one to march to the beat of her own drum, came to town, indifferent to the rising temperatures in a knee-length fur coat. Here, we’ve tracked the best of the best star sightings, outfits, and other famous-ish things, making news across New York City’s five boroughs during the week of April 7.
MARC JACOBS, CHLOË SEVIGNY, LUKA SABBAT, BELLA & GIGI HADID, ANNA WINTOUR, KATE MOSS, DEBBIE HARRY, AND MORE at THE GRILL, MIDTOWN, MANHATTAN
The event to draw seemingly all the stars in New York City this past week — with over 700 guests in attendance — was the wedding reception of designer Marc Jacobs and Charly Defrancesco, held at the Grill on Saturday. The event followed a small intimate ceremony at the home they just bought in Rye, New York, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1950s. The guest list that included veteran supermodels like Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell alongside young gun influencers like Bella Hadid and Luka Sabbat. Sabbat’s entrance, arm and arm with Chloë Sevigny (someone he has been compared to in a major print publication) has become a moment lodged in the internet zeitgeist.
CARDI B at THE JAVITS CENTER, HELL’S KITCHEN, MANHATTAN
Whether she’s blasting Trump or throwing an ice bucket at strippers, Cardi B does what she wants. And often, that involves fur. Despite temperatures that climbed into the mid-60s, the rapper showed up to Beautycon on Sunday in a knee-length fur coat, complete with an oversized hat and heels. The coat is reportedly vintage Paco Rabanne, and is estimated to cost $7,500. Ever the show-stopper, Cardi also showed up three hours late to her own panel, the topic of which was “money moves.” Money moves indeed.
BILLY PORTER at THE AL HIRSCHFELD THEATER, MIDTOWN, MANHATTAN
The original cast of Kinky Boots, including Billy Porter, Interview‘s resident trench coat critic, showed up at the Al Hirschfeld Theater to catch the show’s closing night after six years on Broadway. We hope he brought his best outerwear.
NAOMI CAMPBELL on THE C TRAIN PLATFORM, SOMEWHERE UNDERGROUND
In a photo for Valentino’s pre-fall 2019 campaign, Naomi Campbell looked as we all do while waiting for the subway: a little tired, a little wistful, but wholly glamorous. (Or so we’d like to think.) Campbell posed in a sparkly green gown that bore a bare leg. Underground travel will never be the same.