Zoey Deutch opens up about struggle with hormonal acne

Zoey Deutch has candidly discussed her “debilitating” battle with hormonal acne.While the Set It Up actress always looks picture-perfect whenever she steps out onto the red carpet, in a new beauty tutorial for Vogue.com, Zoey shared that she has been s…

Zoey Deutch has candidly discussed her “debilitating” battle with hormonal acne.

While the Set It Up actress always looks picture-perfect whenever she steps out onto the red carpet, in a new beauty tutorial for Vogue.com, Zoey shared that she has been struggling with blemishes since she was a teenager.

“I’ve had hormonal acne since I was 15 but it got really bad in my twenties,” she revealed. “It shouldn’t make me that self-conscious but I can’t make eye contact, I can’t go out… you know, those kinds of things. It is debilitating.”

After some experimentation with different skincare products, Zoey has found a regime that works for her complexion.

For instance, she always removes her make-up and then washes her face with iS Clinical’s Cleansing Complex.

“It’s literally the only cleanser I can use that doesn’t make me break out,” the 25-year-old noted, before going on to demonstrate how she also uses the Foreo LUNA Play Plus to really remove any cosmetics or dirt.

Elsewhere, Zoey swipes an antibiotic wipe all over before applying La Mer’s The Moisturizing Soft Cream to the upper half of her face and EltaMD’s AM Therapy Facial Moisturizer to the lower part.

“For me, I think moisturisers are the thing that trigger my hormonal acne the most. (I use) La Mer Moisturizing Soft Cream (from the cheeks up to the forehead). I use this (Elta MD) stuff on my chin, I was recommended it by a dermatologist,” she added.

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Zoey Deutch used to make her own clothes

Zoey Deutch loved to make her own clothes when she was in school. The Zombieland: Double Tap actress revealed in an interview with her stylist Elizabeth Stewart for The Hollywood Reporter that she was very experimental with her style when she growing …

Zoey Deutch loved to make her own clothes when she was in school.

The Zombieland: Double Tap actress revealed in an interview with her stylist Elizabeth Stewart for The Hollywood Reporter that she was very experimental with her style when she growing up and would get creative with her old clothes to make new outfits because she wanted to look like Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

“I love thrift shopping and making my own stuff and I was much more out there with it,” she shared. “I would like cut denim pants into like skirts ’cause I wanted to match Mary-Kate and Ashley and then I’d wear like lace thigh-highs (boots) and it, urgh, yeah, not good.”

While the 25-year-old describes her off-duty style as a mix between “grandma chic”, “Amish prairie girl” and a power-dressing lawyer, she is often seen in gorgeous gowns on the red carpet.

Stewart, who also works with the likes of Julia Roberts, Jessica Chastain, and Cate Blanchett, considers the plunging yellow Fendi jumpsuit Deutch wore to the Golden Globes in January to be one of her favourite looks of the past year.

“We were deciding between red or orange or yellow and I went with the yellow,” the star said of the hue, while Stewart added, “The yellow was, to me, the magic touch.”

Zoey also shared that she was uncertain about wearing the Harry Winston diamond and sapphire necklace because it cost $3.6 million (£3 million).

“She had to convince me about the necklace ’cause it was very expensive,” she explained, before adding she got to keep the jumpsuit.

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Coach honours Jean-Michel Basquiat with fall 20 collection

Coach has paid homage to the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat in its fall/winter 2020 collection.Creative director Stuart Vevers unveiled his latest line at the 47th Street Warehouse as part of New York Fashion Week on Tuesday, with the spectacle drawing i…

Coach has paid homage to the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat in its fall/winter 2020 collection.

Creative director Stuart Vevers unveiled his latest line at the 47th Street Warehouse as part of New York Fashion Week on Tuesday, with the spectacle drawing in the likes of Michael B. Jordan, Megan Thee Stallion, Naomi Osaka, Zoey Deutch, Camila Morrone, Rafferty Law, and Paloma Elsesser.

To open, a series of models showed off Coach staples, such as leather skirts, trench coats, and layered, oversized outerwear. However, partway through the presentation, Vevers surprised guests by introducing sweaters and coats emblazoned with the graffiti-inspired artwork of Basquiat, who died of a drug overdose at the age of 27 in 1988.

Basquiat’s sisters Lisane and Jeanine were in the audience, while his niece Jessica Kelly walked in the spectacle.

“We have always been fans of Coach. It’s such an iconic New York brand with really beautiful craftsmanship. To see this collection come together has been truly exciting. Coach has done a great job in capturing the texture, detail and energy of Jean-Michel’s work,” said Lisane. “We are really impressed with Stuart’s vision and attention to the spirit of the work.”

Other highlights included a patchwork-look faux fur coat, ’90s-inspired leather jackets with black buttons, and striped ensembles with a grunge vibe. Model Kaia Gerber stood out in a pink sweater, beige skirt, and long blue leather jacket.

And at the end of the show, Vevers unveiled another surprise – he invited Debbie Harry to take to the stage and perform Blondie songs alongside punk rock/garage band The Coathangers.

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Freddie Prinze Jr. trolls Sarah Michelle Gellar over her ‘ridiculous’ trousers

Freddie Prinze Jr. has jokingly trolled his wife Sarah Michelle Gellar over her “ridiculous” new trousers.The Buffy the Vampire Slayer actress took to Instagram on Thursday to upload a photo of herself posing in a black outfit and matching headband in …

Freddie Prinze Jr. has jokingly trolled his wife Sarah Michelle Gellar over her “ridiculous” new trousers.

The Buffy the Vampire Slayer actress took to Instagram on Thursday to upload a photo of herself posing in a black outfit and matching headband in front of a staircase in her home.

“When your husband thinks your pants are slightly ridiculous, what do you do!?!?” she wrote in the caption, “Obviously, you take tonnes of dramatic pictures, and spam him with them (and yes, I’m still wearing my daughter’s headband) more to come @realfreddieprinze.”

Sarah’s post quickly attracted hundreds of comments from fans, with most praising her fashion choices, including designer Christian Siriano, who wrote, “Chiccc,” and actress Zoey Deutch, who simply commented with the fire emoji.

Yet, Freddie didn’t back down with his disapproval of the loose-fitting elasticated black trousers.

“No babe, trash bag sweat pants are obviously not ridiculous (facepalm emoji),” the 43-year-old humorously replied.

But it seems Sarah is not yet ready to give up on the ensemble as she also shared several more snaps of herself wearing the outfit at home on her Instagram Stories.

“Do I wear them again?” she asked her 2.9 followers in a poll. “Do you think they will grow on @realfreddieprinze if I just keep wearing them?!?”

And it seems the majority of Sarah’s fans think she shouldn’t give up on the controversial trousers, with 80 per cent voting for her to give the look another whirl.

Sarah, 42, and Freddie have been married since 2002, having met on the set of 1997 teen horror I Know What You Did Last Summer. They share two children; 10-year-old daughter Charlotte and son Rocky, seven.

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Ruben Fleischer interested in Zombieland spin-off with Zoey Deutch

Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer would love to make a standalone movie about Zoey Deutch’s character.Fleischer reunited with Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin 10 years after the release of 2009’s Zombieland to create …

Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer would love to make a standalone movie about Zoey Deutch’s character.

Fleischer reunited with Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin 10 years after the release of 2009’s Zombieland to create the sequel, Zombieland: Double Tap, and brought in Set It Up star Deutch to play a “dumb blonde” named Madison, who serves as Eisenberg’s new love interest.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the Venom filmmaker admitted he would like to make a standalone movie exploring what happens to Madison and Berkeley, played by Avan Jogia, after the events of Double Tap.

“I would love to do a Madison standalone movie. So, I think that story remains to be written. That would be a fun thing to go find out. That actually would’ve been a good post-credit scene where those two are in (hippy community) Babylon just being pretty dumb together,” he said.

The actress has been receiving rave reviews for her performance in the sequel, with many critics describing her as a scene-stealer. And Zoey has already expressed interest in returning for a follow-up.

“I’ll be on my hands and knees begging them to have me back. It was so much fun. Like I said, a very life-affirming experience,” the 24-year-old gushed to Entertainment Weekly.

She also explained that she enjoyed playing the airheaded Madison because she was so positive.

“To be honest, to be able to play someone that positive for 14, 15 hours every day for a couple months, it inevitably seeps into your own psyche and spirit. So, I was in a very good mood, between playing someone that positive and cheery and being around such amazing and kind people,” she added.

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Fendi pays tribute to Karl Lagerfeld with couture show in Rome

Fendi has honoured the late Karl Lagerfeld with its fall/winter 2019-2020 couture show.The German couturier, who had served as the Italian label’s creative director of fur and women’s ready-to-wear since 1965, died at the age of 85 in February. Accordi…

Fendi has honoured the late Karl Lagerfeld with its fall/winter 2019-2020 couture show.

The German couturier, who had served as the Italian label’s creative director of fur and women’s ready-to-wear since 1965, died at the age of 85 in February.

Accordingly, menswear and accessories designer Silvia Venturini Fendi took the opportunity to honour the godfather of fashion at the latest high-end presentation, which was held at the Palatine Hill and overlooked the Colosseum in Rome on Thursday night.

Titled The Dawn of Romanity, and with the likes of Susan Sarandon, Zendaya, Jason Momoa and wife Lisa Bonet, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Zoey Deutch, and Kiernan Shipka, in attendance, Fendi told editors at Vogue.com that the range celebrates the relationship between Fendi and the capital city, as well as Lagerfeld’s groundbreaking vision and techniques.

“(His legacy includes) his attitude to break rules and push boundaries,” said Silvia, adding that for Lagerfeld, “Nothing was ever impossible, and that’s what we all tried for.”

To open the presentation, a model walked the runway in a white suit with blouse-like sleeves, a gauzy shirt, and carried a fur-look handbag. A retro theme was immediately apparent in the ensembles that followed, with Silvia opting for a palette of brown, tan, white, and light blue, as well as a mix of textures, such as dresses matched with furry coats. Sam McKnight was in charge of the hair, with each model sporting a round bob wig dyed to match their outfit, with the colours inspired by the pinks, greys, and apricots of Roman marbles.

Highlights of the collection included a dress with striped panels made from black velvet which was modelled by Candice Swanepoel, a black gown with ruffled skirt featuring deep-V neckline, a black dress with geometric panels worn by Liu Wen, as well as a long silky dress with ’60s-style marble print as modelled by Kaia Gerber.

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Elizabeth Debicki to receive Max Mara Face of the Future Award

Actress Elizabeth Debicki is set to receive the Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award.The Australian actress has been selected as the 14th recipient of the annual award which is conferred to a rising star to acknowledge her social contributio…

Actress Elizabeth Debicki is set to receive the Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award.

The Australian actress has been selected as the 14th recipient of the annual award which is conferred to a rising star to acknowledge her social contributions, outstanding performing skills, style and grace. Past recipients include Alexandra Shipp, Zoey Deutch, Natalie Dormer, Kate Mara, and Emily Blunt.

Founded in 1973, Women in Film is a nonprofit organisation dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women and encouraging creative projects by women in the screen industries.

The news comes as the statuesque Widows actress, who was awarded an Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Award for her role in Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby in 2013, is expected to attend Max Mara’s Milan Fashion Week show on Thursday (21Feb19).

The 28-year-old, who counts Cate Blanchett as a mentor, recently told London’s ES magazine that she had a simple make-up trick to get around the British capital incognito.

“If I put a bit of lippy on before I jumped on the Tube, I would get (recognised by) maybe one or two people,” she said. “But if I look like death warmed up on my way to rehearsal or something, nobody would blink. So basically: just don’t wear lipstick. Which I don’t.”

Steve McQueen, who directed her in 2018 film Widows, sung her praises in a profile of the star for Vogue Australia in October.

“The sky is the limit with Elizabeth as far as where her career could go; she’s just exceptionally talented and she has the power to go wherever her character needs, and I’m not saying this lightly,” he said. “How, why, I don’t know, but some people have it and other people don’t and she’s got it.”

Elizabeth, who has starred in films including Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. as well as the Emmy-nominated TV miniseries The Night Manager, will be honoured on 12 June (19) at the Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards, which will be held at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.

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Kerry Washington stuns in festive silver at 2018 Tony Awards

Kerry Washington dazzled in a silver jumpsuit at the 2018 Tony Awards on Sunday night (10Jun18).The Scandal actress, who is currently gearing up to headline in the production of American Son, led the glamour at the Broadway celebration held at Radio Ci…

Kerry Washington dazzled in a silver jumpsuit at the 2018 Tony Awards on Sunday night (10Jun18).

The Scandal actress, who is currently gearing up to headline in the production of American Son, led the glamour at the Broadway celebration held at Radio City Music Hall in New York.

Kerry stepped out in a stunning Atelier Versace number complete with plunging neckline, cutouts on the bodice, crystal embellishment and a dramatic train. She topped off the ensemble with bling from Lorraine Schwartz and Orifa Jewels.

“I figured that I wanted to sparkle a little,” the 41-year-old told Entertainment Tonight of her outfit. “I love theatre and I’m so excited to be coming back to Broadway. So, I wanted to really make tonight as festive as possible.”

But Kerry wasn’t the only star to wear silver to the bash; Mean Girls musical writer Tina Fey hit the red carpet in a long silver gown with feather detailing on the skirt from Thom Browne and Cartier jewellery while Tiffany Haddish rocked a shimmering grey Michael Kors jumpsuit.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actress Rachel Brosnahan made a return to the red carpet following the death of her aunt, fashion designer Kate Spade, choosing a beautiful rose print Dolce & Gabbana gown with long sleeves for the occasion.

Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany chose a floral dress from Zac Posen and Mean Girls show star Taylor Louderman was elegant in a colour-blocked pink, white and orange gown designed by Christian Siriano.

“Chic and fabulous! The amazing #taylorlouderman looked so amazing tonight in custom Siriano at the #tonyawards,” the designer gushed over Taylor’s look in a post shared on Instagram.

But it wasn’t just the ladies who got dressed up for the night; The Boys in the Band actors Matt Bomer, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells and Jim Parsons attended the show in colour-coordinated tuxedos from Paul Smith.

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Zoey Deutch wows in pink at Flower movie premiere

Zoey Deutch was pretty in pink at the premiere of Flower on Tuesday night (13Mar18).The actress turned heads as she stepped out for a special screening of the Max Winkler-directed comedy held at the ArcLight venue in Los Angeles. Zoey, who father Howar…

Zoey Deutch was pretty in pink at the premiere of Flower on Tuesday night (13Mar18).

The actress turned heads as she stepped out for a special screening of the Max Winkler-directed comedy held at the ArcLight venue in Los Angeles.

Zoey, who father Howard Deutch directed classic ‘80s movie Pretty in Pink, opted to sport an elegant strapless gown made from coral and light pink-coloured jacquard fabric from Prada for the event.

She complemented the dress with a swipe of rose-hued eyeshadow and topped off her ensemble with bling from Tiffany & Co.

A number of celebrities stepped out to show their support for the film, including Ben Platt, Jack Antonoff, and Aubrey Plaza. Going for a relaxed vibe, Aubrey walked the red carpet in a white 3.1 Phillip Lim outfit comprised of silk dress and chunky knit sweater, which she chose to accessorise with Alexandre Birman high heels and a purse from Jimmy Choo.

Across town, the stars of highly-anticipated comedy-drama Love, Simon also celebrated their new movie at the Westfield Century City.

13 Reasons Why’s Katherine Langford, who takes on the part of Leah in the flick, made a sartorial statement in a custom black dress from Stella McCartney featuring puffed sleeves and white detail on the neckline.

The 21-year-old matched the look with black Jimmy Choo pumps, and jewellery from Ana Khouri and Anita Ko.

Lead actor Nick Robinson, who plays closeted gay teenager Simon in the movie, rocked a casual vibe in brown trousers, patterned shirt, and tan leather jacket, while Alexandra Shipp dazzled in a shiny silver slip dress.

Love, Simon castmembers including Josh Duhamel, Logan Miller, and Talitha Bateman were also in attendance.

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