H Halston

11 Jun 19
NYC Moda Boutique

Not too short, not too long, this elbow-length top is the ideal choice for those in-between days. From H by Halston. Features: V-neck, forward notch detail at the slight hi-low hem, elbow-length sleeve Fit: fitted through the bust and waist, cut to follow the lines of the body; flares to an A-line bottom opening Length: […]

11 Jun 19
NYC Moda Boutique

Split bell sleeves add oomph and flair to this versatile top, pretty for pairing with jeans or leggings. From H by Halston. Hardware: hidden button-front closure with top button visible Features: long sleeves, slight hi-low hem, flared split bell sleeves, band collar, side slits Fit: semi-fitted through the bust, waist, and sleeves, follows the lines […]

11 Jun 19
The Mercury News
It’s a bustling weekend at the movies, with a mix of summer blockbusters, indies and documentaries jamming into Bay Area theaters. Here’s a look. New agent M (the talented Tessa Thompson) teams up with Agent H (Chris Hemsworth) to unmask an infiltrator snooping around in “Men in Black: International,” a sequel minus the original leads Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones. Emma Thompson, Rebecca Ferguson and Kumail Nanjiani and various aliens costar. Want another reboot? Check out “Shaft.” Samuel L. Jackson portrays the Harlem P.I. who — to the dismay of his ex (Regina Hall, love her!) — helps son “Junior” (Jessie Usher) seek out clues about his friend’s death. Richard Roundtree, the original Shaft pops in as well. The ever-busy (and we love that fact) Emma Thompson is said to have had a delicious time playing a self-centered talk show host dealing with stinky ratings and a need for an image change in “Late Night.” She decides to hire a new writer (Mindy Kaling) to mix it up on her all white-guys writing team. Kaling wrote the screenplay. Jim Jarmusch mixes comedy and horror in “The Dead Don’t Die,” a zombie movie set in a small town. The cast is certainly big: Tilda Swinton, Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Chloe Svegniy, Selena Gomez, Tom Watts and many more. Meanwhile, documentary lovers have four intriguing films to choose from: “5B”: Dan Krauss’s powerful and stirring documentary takes us back to the first AIDS ward in the nation, which opened in 1983 at San Francisco General Hospital. It centers on the courageous caregivers and nurses who were dedicated to helping HIV-positive patients during a time when few knew how this disease was spread. It’s a wrenching film that will move you to tears as it captures that era’s fear, compassion and homophobia. Seek this one out. “Halston”: If you’re into fashion documentaries, catch Frederic Tcheng’s retelling of the Iowa-born designer’s life as his career shifts from small manufacturing to mass production. “Serengeti Rules”: Nicolas Brown’s strikingly shot feature explores the groundbreaking work of five intrepid scientists who ventured into remote regions to study nature, and how their findings encouraged better ecological understanding. “Framing John DeLorean”: So who was John DeLorean? And how did the inventive carmaker become a punchline? This documentary, which opens June 21 in San Jose, re-evaluates his skyrocketing career and his fall from grace. If you’re looking for narrative indies, you’re in luck. Here are four opening this week. “Plus One”: Two very single friends, Alice (Maya Erskine) and Ben (Jack Quaid), decide to buck up and weather a slew of summer weddings together in a comedy that has received bouquets of good reviews. “Papi Chulo”: Dashing actor Matt Bomer portrays a Los Angeles weatherman who melts down on air after a soured relationship. During his insisted-upon time off, he strikes up a meaningful friendship with a day laborer (Alejandro Patino). “Hampstead”: This romantic comedy set in London unites two great talents — Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson — as it tells the real-life story of famed British squatter Harry Hallowes. “American Woman”: Sienna Miller is receiving rave reviews playing a Pennsylvania mom whose daughter goes missing, leaves her raise an infant. Director and co-writer Jake Scott covers 11 years in the life of grandmother and grandson. Stream these “Murder Mystery”: Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston reunite for this comic mystery that looks promising. Anniston plays a mystery-book lover who is invited, along with her cop husband (Sandler), to a yacht party thrown by a charismatic rich guy (Luke Evans). When an actual murder occurs, guess who become the prime suspects? It drops Friday on Netflix. On the opposite spectrum, there’s “Life Overtakes Me.” The short documentary sounds like it’ll be a tough watch since it covers how Sweden refugee children facing deportation get so stressed out that it renders them into a coma-like state. It streams Friday on Netflix. Randy Myers is a freelance writer covering film.
11 Jun 19
East Bay Times
It’s a bustling weekend at the movies, with a mix of summer blockbusters, indies and documentaries jamming into Bay Area theaters. Here’s a look. New agent M (the talented Tessa Thompson) teams up with Agent H (Chris Hemsworth) to unmask an infiltrator snooping around in “Men in Black: International,” a sequel minus the original leads Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones. Emma Thompson, Rebecca Ferguson and Kumail Nanjiani and various aliens costar. Want another reboot? Check out “Shaft.” Samuel L. Jackson portrays the Harlem P.I. who — to the dismay of his ex (Regina Hall, love her!) — helps son “Junior” (Jessie Usher) seek out clues about his friend’s death. Richard Roundtree, the original Shaft pops in as well. The ever-busy (and we love that fact) Emma Thompson is said to have had a delicious time playing a self-centered talk show host dealing with stinky ratings and a need for an image change in “Late Night.” She decides to hire a new writer (Mindy Kaling) to mix it up on her all white-guys writing team. Kaling wrote the screenplay. Jim Jarmusch mixes comedy and horror in “The Dead Don’t Die,” a zombie movie set in a small town. The cast is certainly big: Tilda Swinton, Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Chloe Svegniy, Selena Gomez, Tom Watts and many more. Meanwhile, documentary lovers have four intriguing films to choose from: “5B”: Dan Krauss’s powerful and stirring documentary takes us back to the first AIDS ward in the nation, which opened in 1983 at San Francisco General Hospital. It centers on the courageous caregivers and nurses who were dedicated to helping HIV-positive patients during a time when few knew how this disease was spread. It’s a wrenching film that will move you to tears as it captures that era’s fear, compassion and homophobia. Seek this one out. “Halston”: If you’re into fashion documentaries, catch Frederic Tcheng’s retelling of the Iowa-born designer’s life as his career shifts from small manufacturing to mass production. “Serengeti Rules”: Nicolas Brown’s strikingly shot feature explores the groundbreaking work of five intrepid scientists who ventured into remote regions to study nature, and how their findings encouraged better ecological understanding. “Framing John DeLorean”: So who was John DeLorean? And how did the inventive carmaker become a punchline? This documentary, which opens June 21 in San Jose, re-evaluates his skyrocketing career and his fall from grace. If you’re looking for narrative indies, you’re in luck. Here are four opening this week. “Plus One”: Two very single friends, Alice (Maya Erskine) and Ben (Jack Quaid), decide to buck up and weather a slew of summer weddings together in a comedy that has received bouquets of good reviews. “Papi Chulo”: Dashing actor Matt Bomer portrays a Los Angeles weatherman who melts down on air after a soured relationship. During his insisted-upon time off, he strikes up a meaningful friendship with a day laborer (Alejandro Patino). “Hampstead”: This romantic comedy set in London unites two great talents — Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson — as it tells the real-life story of famed British squatter Harry Hallowes. “American Woman”: Sienna Miller is receiving rave reviews playing a Pennsylvania mom whose daughter goes missing, leaves her raise an infant. Director and co-writer Jake Scott covers 11 years in the life of grandmother and grandson. Stream these “Murder Mystery”: Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston reunite for this comic mystery that looks promising. Anniston plays a mystery-book lover who is invited, along with her cop husband (Sandler), to a yacht party thrown by a charismatic rich guy (Luke Evans). When an actual murder occurs, guess who become the prime suspects? It drops Friday on Netflix. On the opposite spectrum, there’s “Life Overtakes Me.” The short documentary sounds like it’ll be a tough watch since it covers how Sweden refugee children facing deportation get so stressed out that it renders them into a coma-like state. It streams Friday on Netflix. Randy Myers is a freelance writer covering film.
10 Jun 19
TONY88

Tyra Lynne Banks (born December 4, 1973), also known as BanX, is an American television personality, producer, businesswoman, actress, author, model, and occasional singer. Born in Inglewood, California, she began her career as a model at the age of 15, and was the first woman of African-American descent to be featured on the covers of GQ and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit […]

10 Jun 19
Atlanta's CW69

Opening this week at a theatre near you: Men in Black: International (2019) PG-13 Agent M (Tessa Thompson) has just joined the Men in Black to protect Earth from the scum of the universe. Teamed up with Agent H (Chris Hemsworth), Agent M learns something thought impossible, there is a mole inside the MIB organization […]

31 May 19
PEOPLE.com

Twenty-nine years after the designer’s death, a new documentary explores the rise and fall of a great American fashion designer

28 May 19
Rueben's Ramblings

Based on information provided by the Box Office Mojo and some internet research, here are just some of the movies you can expect to see in the movie theatres in June: Dark Phoenix Opens: June 7 During a life-threatening rescue mission in space in 1992, Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) is hit by a cosmic force […]

25 May 19
News Directory

Do not forget designer boutiques and vintage markets of the striking beat: Sarah Jessica Parker's best shopping destination is an incredible branch of Timpson. The fashion icon and former star of Sex and the City announced her improbable love for British top cutters in Instagram's post during the weekend, announcing the significant street “favorite little […]

18 May 19
Luha Thoughts

I have this great fascination with all things 70s, and of course Halston defined American 70s fashion, so I was so looking forward to seeing Frederic Tcheng’s documentary ‘Halston,’ which is about his life and legacy. And we get a sense of that, through interviews with family members and people he worked with. The big […]

13 May 19
CancelRenewTV

See below for FOX’s Fall Release Dates 2019 Schedule: 330+ TV Shows RENEWED for 2019-20 Season 120+ TV Shows CANCELLED in 2018-19 Season FOX FALL 2019-20 SCHEDULE (New programs in UPPER CASE) MONDAY 8-9 PM — 9-1-1 9-10 PM — PRODIGAL SON TUESDAY 8-9 PM — The Resident 9-10 PM — Empire WEDNESDAY 8-9 PM — […]

13 May 19
Archy news nety

Forget designer boutiques and vintage markets off the beaten track: Sarah Jessica Parker's favorite London shopping destination is a succinct Timpson branch. The icon of fashion and the former star of Sex and the City announced her unlikely love for English key cutters in a weekend post on Instagram, branding of the High Street Kensington […]

07 May 19
NYC Moda Boutique

Sleek and chic. This H by Halston faux suede motorcycle jacket stands out with croco embossing, side panes, and ribbed knit accents. From H by Halston. Fabrication: woven faux suede body, croco-embossed, ribbed knit under-sleeve/sides Hardware: front zipper Features: motorcycle style, long sleeves, side panes, fully lined Fit: fitted; cut to follow the lines of […]

07 May 19
NYC Moda Boutique

Sleek and chic. This H by Halston faux suede motorcycle jacket stands out with croco embossing, side panes, and ribbed knit accents. From H by Halston. Fabrication: woven faux suede body, croco-embossed, ribbed knit under-sleeve/sides Hardware: front zipper Features: motorcycle style, long sleeves, side panes, fully lined Fit: fitted; cut to follow the lines of […]