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Marc Jacobs set to make Film debut

The New York Fashion Week darling is to star in Disconnect, an indie drama that, in the words of IMDB, is 'centred on a group of people searching for human connections in today's wired world.'  Fashionista.com reports that the designer's latest professional incarnation has just been added to the film site, though there is no official word, as yet, on the character he will play.  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2058743/Marc-Jacobs-set-make-acting-debut-Disconnect.html#ixzz1d9DEGD2a
The New York Fashion Week darling is to star in Disconnect, an indie drama that, in the words of IMDB, is ‘centred on a group of people searching for human connections in today’s wired world. Fashionista.com reports that the designer’s latest professional incarnation has just been added to the film site, though there is no official word, as yet, on the character he will play. The 48-year-old will make his acting debut alongside Jason Bateman, Alexander Skarsgard, Andrea Riseborough, Paula Patton, Frank Grillo and Michael Nyqvist. The impressive cast – and world-famous designer – is currently filming in New York. – – Read more


Costume Designer Rosemary Ponzo

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Carlos J. Segura | the Author  During 2010′s Fashion Week, Cinespect had the pleasure of sitting down with one of its first interviewees, Rosemary Ponzo, an industry veteran who’s worked with the likes of Coppola, Prince and beyond since her entry into the world of fashion design and styling. This time around, appropriately during Fashion Week once again, we sit down with Ms. Ponzo to talk about her latest ventures, her take on what it takes to be a successful designer/stylist for anyone looking to break into the business and, of course, fashion.  Ok, so tell us what you’ve been up to since our last interview; what you’ve got in the works, etc.?  My most recent projects have been working with pharmaceutical companies, doing commercials for them. Although they’re not glamorous they have teeth because they pay a lot (laughs).  I have also been working with a company that is doing a movie called “Harley Quinn,” and it’s an independent film. It’s a very exciting movie because the character of Harley Quinn transforms herself from a psychologist into someone that is quite the diva, almost like Catwoman. And the make-up I’ve done should be very exciting, almost “Black Swan” like. I worked for Jeff Gordon, grooming him for his charity, which is on television right now, and also for events that he attends with his wife. I also worked on a rap video for Jim Jones; the video is called “Money Bags.” And he is all real Louis Vuitton (laughs). And then I did a Blackberry apps commercial. I love the theater but movies and commercials are fast money. I also did a Sharp Television spot in Japan based on the work of artists like Duras, Degas, Van Gogh, and I had to bring their paintings to life. And it was done in 3D.  …find out more about Rosemary PonzoDuring 2010′s Fashion Week, Cinespect had the pleasure of sitting down with one of its first interviewees, Rosemary Ponzo, an industry veteran who’s worked with the likes of Coppola, Prince and beyond since her entry into the world of fashion design and styling. This time around, appropriately during Fashion Week once again, we sit down with Ms. Ponzo to talk about her latest ventures, her take on what it takes to be a successful designer/stylist for anyone looking to break into the business and, of course, fashion. Ok, so tell us what you’ve been up to since our last interview; what you’ve got in the works, etc.? My most recent projects have been working with pharmaceutical companies, doing commercials for them. Although they’re not glamorous they have teeth because they pay a lot (laughs).

find out more about Rosemary Ponzo