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Everyone at the Fourth & Main SS12 collection and arts journal launch in The Bargehouse was gorgeous. Head-turningly beautiful actually. Gabriella Wilde trotted in with Natasha Howard but then tracked down Sam Claflin and spent half the night in the corner with him and a tropical cocktail (who wouldn’t?). Mario Testino arrived with a huge entourage (they were dressed head-to-toe in black) but deserted his friends to chat with Fourth & Main’s creative director and founder James Wright. Meanwhile, after checking out the photography show (it was brilliant) and stalking the Oyster Mister – a man with a tray of oysters – Laura Marling and Sophie Coombes headed straight to the dancefloor and didn’t leave until The Alpines (they were on the decks) finished their whole set. But the night wasn’t over at the end of the launch. James and fellow co-founder Nikhil Adwalpalkar persuaded the last remaining revellers to carry on to The Box for even more school night fun.
Gallery > Public Appearances > 2012 > Fourth & Main SS12 collection and journal launch party, April 3rd
From Express.co.uk –
“IT’S lonely being a prince, he admitted this week. So we’ve found him Europe’s most eligible and beautiful aristocrats and party girls…”
3. GABRIELLA ANSTRUTHERGOUGH-CALTHORPE, 22
If Harry wants to fall back on the option of a good, old-fashioned British toff, what better than a triple barrelled one? Her elder sister Isabella, who once dated Richard Branson’s son Sam, is a friend of Prince William.But half-sister Gabriella is a more eligible age. If Harry took her down the aisle she would be the first member of the Royal Family ever to have appeared in Doctor Who – under her stage name Gabriella Wilde.
Salut salut, fellow Wilders – it’s time for some visual update!
Gabriella Wilde is sporting a magical mermaid look for the april issue of InSytle Magazine (UK). I don’t know about you, but we certainly will try the attached make up tutorials for this exciting and mystical look.
We can also tell that Ms Wilde was all game for this special shoot:
“I love shoots like this – it’s like playing a character.I’m the same with my clothes – my wardrobe is full of things you would think I’d never wear. Sometimes, when I’m planning an outfit, I’ll picture a certain character and I’ll put on things that aren’t my style at all.”
Gabriella is featured in the latest issue of RWD Magazine. “From art school to The Three Musketeers, Francesca Dunn meets up and coming actress Gabriella Wilde.”
Ouch. Gabriella just got even more serious competition in the fight for the female lead in upcoming sci-fi romance “A Winter’s Tale”. We keep our fingers crossed for Ms Wilde.
Many upcoming films that were casting young stars a few months ago have been put on hold, but apparently not Akiva Goldsman’s passion project. According to THR, “A Winter’s Tale”, a time-shifting sci-fi romantic epic will be testing actors in New York next week and actresses on March 12.
Back in November, we heard that up for the male lead were Benjamin Walker and Tom Hiddleston, and for the female lead starlets lining up included Elizabeth Olsen, Bella Heathcote, Gabriella Wilde and Sarah Gadon. Now, THR’s new report indicates Heathcote, Hiddleston and Walker are still set to test, and Lily Collins and “Downton Abbey” star Jessica Brown-Findlay will test for the female lead as well. It’s unclear if the previously shortlisted ladies are still in the running.
Mark Helprin’s 1983 novel, on which the movie is based, takes place in a New York City that is markedly different from the island as we know it. It takes place in the 19th Century and follows a man named Peter Lake. A bad childhood forced him to join a gang and become a thief, only to end up estranged from the group and making a mortal enemy of its leader, Pearly Soames. On a house robbery, Peter meets and falls for the terminally ill Beverly Penn. She becomes the catalyst and the force of change in his life. Another major character is a mythical flying white horse, Athansor, who acts as Peter’s guardian. Russell Crowe has committed to playing the role of Soames, along with Will Smith agreeing to cameo as a judge, two strokes of luck (along with a trimmed down budget) that has allowed Warner Bros to allow the project to keep going all the while shutting down everything from “Akira” to “Arthur and Lancelot.” Goldsman wrote the script and will make his directorial debut on the project that he has been trying to get made for at least six years.