Emily Barnes 2017-11-22 04:46:41
THE CAMERAS ARE FLASHING AND THE CROWD IS ROARING. GLAMOUR IS BACK ANE WE ARE HERE TO GIVE SEASON'S BEST LOOKS THE RED CARPET ROLLOUT. FOLLOW ALONG AS WE GET READY FOR A NEW YORK CITY PREMIERE. THE SHOW STARTS NOW. AN EVENING TO REMEMBER A feminine blouse and a classic pleated skirt are timeless choices when attending a theatrical performance. Blouse, skirt, and bag, Chanel. 3 PM CHECK IN Travel like a star. From the streets of New York City to your luxe hotel suite, keep your look in check from arrival to departure with polished separates and slick suits. Left: Michael Kors Collection sweater and pencil skirt, Michael Kors. Rings, David Yurman. Carry-on luggage, Tumi. Duffle bag, Louis Vuitton. This page: Blazer and legging, Salvatore Ferragamo. Shoe, Jimmy Choo. Earring, Mayors Jewelers. Shinola backpacks, Neiman Marcus. Red shoe (on cart), Prada. Contrast fringe leather loafer, Burberry. 4 PM UNPACK Whether you’re in an iconic New York hotel or traveling to visit friends afar, the key to making your surroundings feel more like home is to bring along something special to you — a photograph, or perhaps, your favorite pair of shoes. Left: Francesco Scognamiglio dress, Neiman Marcus. Shoe, Sam Edelman. Bracelet, Henri Bendel. This page: Duffle bags, Gucci. Cross-body handbag, Lilly Pulitzer. Clutch, Jimmy Choo. Slipper (second shelf), Gucci. Red shoe, Prada. Yellow shoe (third shelf), Sam Edelman. Tiger slipper, Gucci. Loafer (bottom shelf), Burberry. Tank top, Abercrombie & Fitch. Bra, Victoria's Secret. Giorgio Armani shirt, Neiman Marcus. Pendant necklace (top shelf), Tory Burch. 5 PM PREP "A perfume is like a piece of clothing, a message, a way of presenting oneself … a costume … that differs according to the woman who wears it." — Paloma Picasso Left: Perfumes, Gucci, Tiffany & Co., and Chanel. Watch, Rolex Boutique. Ring, Henri Bendel. This page: Francesco Scognamiglio dress, Neiman Marcus. Sandal, Gucci. Earring, David Yurman. Lip gloss, Chanel. After-shave lotion and beard brush, The Art of Shaving. Perfumes, Gucci and Chanel. Hair oil and gel, Kiehl's. 6 PM TIME TO CHILL The suit is on, pressed and crisp. The shoes are shined, and you prepped for the red carpet with only the most luxurious shaving essentials. What's left to do? Pour yourself a drink and take a moment to unwind before night calls. Left: Jacket, shirt, trouser, and shoe, Brooks Brothers. Cufflink, Hugo Boss. Watch, Omega. Glasses and decanter, Williams-Sonoma. This page: Bill clip and perfume, Louis Vuitton. Razor and brush stand, shaving brush, beard oil, shaving soap with wooden bowl, and comb, The Art of Shaving. Cologne, Chanel. Cufflink, Burberry. Glass, Williams-Sonoma. 7 PM DRESS REHEARSAL The show may be starting soon, but there is still time for some pre-show fun. The setting is perfect and so is your look, so why not Snap, post, and share it? As William Shakespeare wrote, “All the world’s a stage.” Make this one yours. This page: Brunello Cucinelli vest, jacket, jogger, and shirt, Neiman Marcus. Ring, David Yurman. Right: Fendi dress and boot, Neiman Marcus. 8 PM APERITIVOS Time to see and be seen! It’s cocktail hour and the crowd is all here. You'll stand out in this season's best dresses — we love them trimmed in lace and fashioned with feathers. This page: On her (left), St. John Collection dress, Neiman Marcus. On him (second from right), Giorgio Armani jacket, pant, shirt, tie, and shoe, Neiman Marcus. On her (right and opposite page), dress, Louis Vuitton. Sandal, Jimmy Choo. Ring, Mayors Jewelers. 8:30 PM THE LIMO The cameras are flashing and you are the star. Get ready to shine in looks that amaze. On her, Giorgio Armani trouser and Redemption blouse, Neiman Marcus. Compact, Chanel. Stuart Weitzman heel, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdale's. Earring, Tiffany & Co. Cropped jacket, Versace. On him, suit, Versace. 9 PM PRE SHOW The moment we’ve been waiting for. “The lights go down and the pulse goes up.” — Judith Anderson This page: Valentino dress, Neiman Marcus. Bracelet, Tiffany & Co. Right: Shift, Lilly Pulitzer. Ladymatic watch, Omega. 9:30 PM RED CARPET ARRIVAL A location steeped in history and rich in architecture, the Kings Theatre was originally designed by architectural icons Rapp & Rapp and featured interiors by Harold W. Rambusch. Reopened in 2015 following an extensive $95 million restoration, many of the building’s original details are now restored. Glamorous velvet ropes highlight not only our showstopping designs, but the grandeur of this iconic venue. Left: Etro car coat, Neiman Marcus. Shoe, Sam Edelman. This page: Dress, Gucci. Earring, Tiffany & Co. 11 PM EXIT STAGE LEFT “We need above all a theater that wakes us up: nerves and heat.” — Antonin Artaud Opened in 1929 for both movies and live performances, the Loew’s Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, N.Y., was one of the five original “Loew’s Wonder Theatres.” Here, a dramatic one-shoulder gown and a classic two-piece suit complete a glamorous exit. On her, satin dress and sandal, Versace. Necklace and earring, David Yurman. On him, jacket, pant, shirt, and leather shoe, Gucci. Giorgio Armani tie, Neiman Marcus. 11:30 PM THE FINAL ACT Get ready to hit the pavement in the season’s most dramatic number. As Sammy Davis Jr. Said, “Whenever you step outside, you’re on, brother, you’re on.” This page: Hugo Boss jacket, pant, shirt, and tie, BOSS Store. Giorgio Armani shoe, Neiman Marcus. Right: Top, skirt, and shoe, Prada. 12AM THE AFTER SHOW The show may be over, but the night is just beginning. Switch up your look and slip into something gilded. Your next act starts now. On her (left), dress and turtleneck, Tory Burch. Shoe, Sam Edelman. On her (right), coat, earring, and shoe, Tory Burch. 1AM LATE-NIGHT SNACKS What better way to finish the night than with a stop at a classic New York City diner? From left, top and skirt, kate spade new york. Mika Sommer dress and Balfern jacket, AllSaints. Christopher Kane sweatshirt and skirt, Neiman Marcus. 2 AM ORDER TO GO One last cup of coffee and some all-American comfort food finish off the night. In this retro setting, a chocolate brown suit takes on a modern feel while hot pink makes everyone do a double take. Left: Jacket, pant, shirt, shoe, and necklace, Prada. Ring, David Yurman. This page: On her (left), Erdem beaded dress, Neiman Marcus. On her (right), Balenciaga blouse and pant, Neiman Marcus. Earring, David Yurman. 3 AM THAT’S A WRAP Your taxi awaits. So until next time… “Give my regards to Broadway, Remember me to Herald Square, Tell all the gang at Forty-second Street, That I will soon be there.” — George M. Cohan This page: From left, Marc Jacobs jacket, Neiman Marcus. Pant, Michael Kors. Necklace, Tiffany & Co. Jacket and jean, 7 For All Mankind. Dress and jacket, Coach. Right: Ralph Lauren Collection dress, Neiman Marcus. Shoes, VANS. Clutch, Jimmy Choo. Bracelet, Tiffany & Co. ART ENDURES And the lights go up for yet another night at the theater. Alexander McQueen dress, Neiman Marcus. Earring, Tiffany & Co. On With THE SHOW TAKE IN A HOLIDAY PLAY OR MOVIE AT A LOCAL THEATER WITH A BIG PERSONALITY. BY RONA GINDIN When you need a change of scene during the holidays, why not escape to a remarkable theater? Treat yourself to a drama, a musical, or even a cutting-edge film at a cinema or performing arts venue. Central Florida offers a variety of distinctive cultural destinations, all rich in character and charm. Here in Orlando, the star is the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. When the stunning Dr. Phillips Center opened its doors in downtown Orlando in 2014, it was a game-changer. Traveling Broadway plays, world-renowned speakers, and locally produced opera are among the dozens upon dozens of productions presented in the state-of- the-art complex every year. Some are offered in the majestic Walt Disney Theater with its 2,700 seats and exceptional sightlines; others are in the thoroughly modern, if more petite, Alexis & Jim Pugh space; still others are in the Seneff Arts Plaza outside the front doors. By 2020, the 1,700-seat Steinmetz Hall will offer “unplugged” performances for the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, Ballet, and Opera. The cabaret-style Green Room for recordings and events will be part of the expansion. Drphillipscenter.org LET’S TAKE A SEAT Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center, Sanford A neon-lined, Art Deco-style sign beckons arts lovers to historic downtown Sanford’s Ritz Theatre. The 1923-built, 585-seat property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A bright space with light woods and crystal lobby chandeliers, it’s a mainstay for plays and movies and home to the Sanford Jazz Ensemble and the Love Your Shorts Film Festival. Wdpac.com Garden Theatre, Winter Garden With stucco walls, Romeo-and-Juliet balconies and terra-cotta faux roof designs, the historic Spanish courtyard- style interior of this 299-seat theater — with modern sound and lighting equipment — is as singular as it gets. Making its debut in 1935 as the area’s first talkie-friendly cinema, the theater reopened in 2008 after a long lull and now hosts 450 productions a year including plays, concerts, and movie screenings. Gardentheatre.org Enzian Theater, Maitland Enjoy dinner and cocktails with your movie if you like at Enzian, a 210-seat “cinema-café” specializing in independent and foreign films. The not-for-profit entertainment spot opened as a repertory house surrounded by lush foliage in 1985; today, its art-house lineup includes self-distributed films. The Enzian is also home base for the Florida Film Festival. Enzian.org Polk Theatre, Lakeland This one-time movie palace has a whopping 1,400 seats. Opened in 1928 with a striking interior that looks like a Mediterranean village with balconies, niches, and ornate accents, along with a dark blue ceiling with twinkling lights and cheerful clouds, the facility filled regularly for movies and vaudeville. After decades of decline, the Polk was reinvigorated and now features avant-garde plays, rock concerts, and classic cartoons. Polktheatre.org
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