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Style.com/Print was a print edition of the website of the same name. Occurring twice a year, it documents the 4 major city fashion weeks for each season.

top looks 18, 21, 1 (pictured) On the soundtrack, Diane Keaton intoned the tale of six fashionobsessed sisters. On the catwalk, Thom Browne paraded their wardrobes. it wAs A peR-

top looks 55, 44, 35 (pictured) Dries Van Noten’s dreamy show will be remembered for the madefor-Instagram moment when the models sat themselves down, Summer of Love-style, on the forest-floor runway. Hundreds of camera phones clicked at once. The truly lasting accomplishment of the collection, though, was Van Noten’s tapestry of gossamer silks and gilded jacquards. A pRe-

foRmAnce piece As oVeR the top As Any bRowne hAs stAged in A cAReeR filled with theAtRicAl indulgences. The differ-

ence this time was the clothes themselves. There were the usual ornate fabrics—twisted, beaded, bangled, almost post-couture in their complexity. (Who could get past the jacket woven from fishing line trimmed in mink?) But Browne cut them into straightforward shapes, which encouraged the eye to appreciate his surreal artistry. Better yet, Stephen Jones distilled each outfit into a hat that perfectly complemented the gorgeous craft of the clothes.

RAphAelite time cApsule by wAy of the eARly 1970 s , VAn noten’s clothes weRe utteRly sumptuous And yet RemARkAbly eAsy to weAR.

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Altuzarra top looks 15, 37, 10 (pictured) Thanks to the commercials for his Target collaboration, by now every TV-watching person in America is familiar with Joseph Altuzarra’s signature sexy look.

erdem top looks 6, 18, 1 (pictured) Erdem Moralioglu’s backstory was all about a famous Victorian biologist and botanist. Sounds academic, but Marianne

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Altuzarra is too talented a designer to be hemmed in. His Spring show culminated in a trio of radiant floral gowns that were the most ambitious pieces he’s ever done.

top looks 46, 3, 5 If you needed proof that a boundary-busting designer like Nicolas Ghesquière could produce a “wardrobe” for women, you only had to glance at the front row at his show at the Fondation Louis Vuitton. All those starlets looked fantastic in his Fall 2014 debut collection for the house. And the clothes

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geometry of greenhouses was a good fit with his own appetite for order, the rest of it had a steamy, sensual feel, with snaking vines, thick green fronds, and feathers sprouting from lush embroidery.

with its cAged leAtheR Vests And pencil skiRts, his lAtest collection will fuRtheR buRnish his ReputAtion foR poised pRoVocAtion. But

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ghesquièRe showed on his spRing 2015 RunwAy RepResented AnotheR step foRwARd, building on the blueprint he laid out last season

but also offering new ideas to please the sensation seekers in his audience. —diRk stAnden

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bottega Veneta saint laurent top looks 50, 15, 46 Let other designers take a trip to ’70s Bohemia this season. Hedi Slimane had already been there, done that in his pre-collection. For Spring, he took a different detour through the decade that keeps on giving, alighting amid the groupie scene on the Sunset Strip circa 1973. thAt teAse of sleAze gAVe the collection An up-to-the-minute edge that elevated it above most of the nostalgiafests elsewhere. —ds

top looks 33, 39, 8 (pictured) The trick to Bottega Veneta is the way in which luxury is stripped to bare bones. Tomas Maier is revolted by ostentation. Spring was one of his “poorest” collections yet, featuring workout-wear in cotton jersey, deranged gingham, asymmetric indigo denim dresses with raw hems, and random patches of decorative sequins that added to a steady accrual of the chaos Maier enjoys toying with. He gets away with it because he himself is the most disciplined of individuals. heRe, the designeR tipped his cAp to A kindRed, obsessiVe spiRit—the bAlleRinA. Posture

was Maier’s buzzword. The clothes moved with a dancer’s grace. —tb

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tomas maier thinks of eVeryparent company, Tomas Maier, the man, is Maier label has its own space. And that thing. he has, for example, about to give Tomas Maier, the collection, descent from the 15th floor to the sixth is designed the perfect sweata whole new life. too perfect a metaphor to resist. suit for transatlantic flights “It was around before BV, then it took a “The BV office is more of a laboratory,” “because you always have people sleeping backseat because Bottega grew into a lot Maier explains. “People are astonished in front of you or behind you that you recmore than I ever expected,” he says of his when they come. There is nothing much ognize … and you don’t know if you’ll do eponymous line. “About two years ago, it personal. It’s very functional, very cold. some sleepwalking.” It’s hard to tell whether became obvious that we either do it 100 On purpose. It’s just like a backdrop. It the laconic, German-born designer is kidpercent or don’t do it at all. Everything can’t have any color, because we bring ding or whether he is genuinely concerned worked, everything paid for itself, but it that with fabric and skins and swatches, about midair somnambulism. Either way, it was like a weekend job. I’d come in on Satand it changes all the time, so you need a wouldn’t be surprising. urday morning to merchandise the store; neutral surrounding. Downstairs is rawer: Over the course of his 37-year career in I’d go to Paris after showing BV in Milan wood furniture, cement floor, pretty rough. fashion, Maier has worked on everything to buy things for the store. It just got to the It’s an open, floating space, desks back-tofrom mail-order ranges and industrial lines point where I thought, How much longer? I back, people sitting together by force. PR, to the collections of Hermès. For the past didn’t want a weekend job anymore. TM wholesale, retail, creative—everybody sits 13 years he’s been at the helm of Bottega was always financed and run by us, but together. And there’s a common break Veneta, vaunted on its own website as “the we needed more to go to another level. room, where people have breakfast. That’s world’s premier luxury fashion brand.” That’s when the idea came to get somenothing I did. It’s funny—every morning That wealth of experience has shaped one body on board. I didn’t want to mix it all somebody else brings breakfast.” of the industry’s most sinMaier agrees gular, almost paradoxical that each interior aesthetics. “Expensive represents a state of product can at times be mind. “You cue it by very distasteful, too rich, what’s around you, “ThE lAbEl WOrkED, EvErYThing pAiD fOr iTSElf, buT iT WAS likE A WEEkEnD jOb. i’D cOmE in On SATurDAY mOrning too ostentatious—embroilike a stage set,” he TO mErchAnDiSE ThE STOrE. iT gOT TO ThE pOinT WhErE i dery and fur trim making says. “It’s the same ThOughT, how much longer?” it look horrific,” Maier with the stores and declares. The relish with the product, too. which he expresses revulBV is an emotion, sion is the single moment something special, in conversation when he almost like collectiup by going to Kering, but someone finally allows himself to be anything other than bles that you keep for a long time, not just said to me, ‘You should just be talking to measured and moderate. “So I always try a season. I’m perfectly clear it’s not how François-Henri [Pinault].’ So here we are, to make it look poor, in a way,” he continyou pick up your kids at school or how a little more muscle-y and able to do more ues, “because it’s revolting when it looks you spend your weekend.” He makes it product.” And more shops, like the TM rich. And I don’t think the customer we equally clear that TM, on the other hand, flagship that just opened slam-bang in the cater to wants that, either. is exactly how you do those things: “It is for middle of Madison Avenue’s Golden Mile. “I have worked on very expensive prodevery day, very edited and essential, for the It functions as a kind of design manifesto uct and very affordable product,” states relaxed, casual side of life. It’s not another for the brand, with a lifestyle offering— Maier, “and I always find it very interest$4,500 sweatshirt. It’s what you put on home accessories as well as clothing—that ing to work on the affordable, to make a when you come home at night.” reflects Maier’s own refined taste. product that is supposed to be inexpensive f it sounds like TM is his buzz at the Maier insists that nothing fundamental but make it as nice as possible.” Which moment, that may be because Maier has changed with the investment from means the future is only going to be more is emphatic that a restriction such as Kering. Maier’s partner, Andrew Preston, interesting for the designer. Since 1997, he’s affordability stimulates him creatively. doesn’t have to do the books anymore, also been designing a collection of accessiHe harks back to the triangle bikini, one of and Maier doesn’t have to merchandise the ble, affordable sportswear basics under his TM’s early signature pieces: “We had little windows. But nine floors below Bottega’s own name, available in three beautifully money, little material, and the challenge sleek, minimal design studios in the Fuller curated stores, kind of under the radar. was to make a swimsuit without putting Building on East 57th Street, the Tomas Now, with a transfusion from Kering, BV’s

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alexandra lanZendorf Rockford, IL

curtis hennager Jordan, MN

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Jason avey San Diego, CA alexandra asainov London, United Kingdom

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grant Martin Portland, OR rhianna Jones Chicago, IL

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eric schlosberg Miami, FL eliZabeth aMMerMan Amarillo, TX

give uS your STyliSh, your chic, your idioSyncraTically layered MaSSeS yearning To Sell yang li, SiMone rocha, and SupreMe. The sales team at the new Dover Street Market in New York is emblematic of the city’s meltingpot spirit: All demographics are welcome here, and singularity is the norm. “We look for diversity, originality, character, dedication, and enthusiasm for hard work,” explains Adrian Joffe, CEO of Comme des Garçons, the parent company of Dover Street Market. “There is nothing without the staff.” The members of the DSMNY sales team come from all over, with hometowns as near as up the block in Manhattan or as far afield as Seoul, South Korea. They’re all native speakers of a common language, though—the language of cool.

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A re-launch of the men’s fashion-focused fashion trade magazine published by Fairchild Fashion Group and published quarterly. ART DIRECTION, EDITORIAL DESIGN, BRANDING

Contents Fall’s tailored clothing balances gentlemanly fabrics with a modern silhouette. Page 54

February 2011

FEATURES

DEPARTMENTS

40 ECKHART AND SOUL Actor Aaron Eckhart bases his craft on a simple theory: “We’re all douches. We’re all heroes.”

17 TALKING POINTS Armani and Ford square off on the red carpet.

Plunge into activewear. Page 46

18 Q&A The retro vision of Oliver Peoples’ Larry Leight.

46 SEA CHANGE Spring’s activewear takes a sophisticated turn with vibrant colors and gimmick-free design.

19 GLOBAL MARKETS Tokyo boutiques with a singular point of view. 20 RETAIL SPACE Five American men’s stores that hit their targets.

52 PACKING HEAT Runway star Riccardo Tisci reveals his secret weapons—and a newfound passion for men’s wear.

21 BY DESIGN Milan Vukmirovic gives Trussardi a fresh edge. 22 DENIM REPORT Jeans makers vie for the celebrity A-list.

54 THE JETÉ SET The New York City Ballet flips over fall suits marked by rich textures and a “Gray Swan” palette.

New York City Ballet’s CHASE FINLAY in Armani Collezioni’s wool coat, Oxxford Clothes’ wool suit and Brioni’s cotton shirt. Isaia tie; Tom Ford scarf; Thomas Pink belt.

Contents

February 2011

24 THREADS Mills update heritage fabrics for fall 2012. 26 EDITORS’ PICKS Seventeen pieces of consummate elegance. 30 INSPIRATION Paul Smith looks to the heart of rock ’n’ roll.

The Webster, one of five standout stores. Page 20

32 MAN IN THE NEWS Brunello Cucinelli: fashion’s philosopher king. 36 TECHNOLOGY Men’s stores try to catch the m-commerce wave. 62 ON THE GRID The best of the season’s culture and commerce.

Hermès’ shirt and Dockers’ pants, both in cotton. David Yurman necklace; Tod’s bracelets; TechnoMarine watch; Osklen backpack.

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ON THE COVER Oliver Peoples in focus. Page 18

FINLAY PHOTO BY RODOLFO MARTINEZ; WEBSTER BY LEXIE MORELAND

Ermenegildo Zegna suit and tie, both in wool, and Tom Ford cotton shirt. Robert Talbott tie bar. Photo by Matthias Vriens-McGrath. Styled by Alex Badia.

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THREADS

by JEAN E. PALMIERI

by EMILIE MARSH

Rugged suiting fabrics are set for a comeback.

Men’s stores are like brands. The best of them excel while maintaining a clearly defined identity, as evidenced by these five standouts.

Subalpino

Loden Steiner

A Touch of Classic

The Webster, Miami Beach

Housed in the famed Art Deco-era Webster Hotel on Collins Avenue in South Beach, The Webster offers luxury sportswear, contemporary denim, T-shirts and well-known swimwear brands, along with jewelry and photography for “the enjoyment of Miami Beach tastemakers and jet-setters alike.” Its owners—Laure Hériard Dubreuil, Frederic Dechnik and Milan Vukmirovic, co-founder of the celebrated Paris boutique Colette— offer more than 85 brands, including Band of Outsiders, Dsquared and Tom Ford in men’s. Customers are pampered with private valets and their own personal stylists, and the luxe Paris restaurant Caviar Kaspia operates its first U.S. restaurant at the store.

Kilgore Trout, Cleveland

With more than 80 brands and 5,500 square feet devoted to denim in the World Denim Bar at its L.A. flagship, American Rag has what is believed to be the largest denim selection in the country, if not the world, according to men’s buyer James Hammonds. The mix centers around premium brands but actually runs the gamut from Levi’s 501s for $50 to exclusive washes from PRPS for $1,000. The company, founded in 1984 by Mark Werts, will expand its footprint this year by opening a World Denim Bar adjacent to its existing store in Newport Beach, Calif. By the middle of 2011, denim bars will open in Scottsdale, Ariz., and on San Francisco’s Union Square.

Billed as the “Unhurried and Uncommon” store, the 10,000-squarefoot emporium offers luxurious apparel, accessories and home goods for both men and women. Founded in 1977 by Wally Naymon and named after a character who appeared in several novels by Kurt Vonnegut, the store offers everything from sportswear and suits to tuxedos. Top labels include Robert Comstock, Scott Barber, Wellensteyn, Kroon, Agave, Moncler, Robert Talbott, John Varvatos and Eton of Sweden.

Saturdays, New York City

The middle of a concrete jungle may not seem like the most logical place to open a surf shop, but that didn’t stop the owners of Saturdays Surf NYC from choosing Manhattan’s SoHo district for their retail debut. Since it was unveiled on Crosby Street a year and a half ago, Saturdays has generated a tsunami of buzz with its line of contemporary men’s surfwear. The collection makes nods to the old-school style of the Fifties and Sixties, but always with an updated twist. The store also offers other brands with a similar sensibility, such as Riviera Club jeans, as well as all the surfing essentials: boards, wet suits and leashes, not to mention books and grooming products.

Mitchells Family of Stores, Westport, Conn.

Since its modest beginnings in 1958, the Mitchell family has cobbled together what is one of the finest assortments of independent men’s specialty stores in the U.S., comprising Mitchells in Westport, Conn.; Richards in Greenwich, Conn.; Marshs in Huntington, N.Y., and the latest additions, Wilkes Bashford in San Francisco and Thomas Miller on Long Island. All told, the retail juggernaut generates annual sales of more than $100 million a year.

WEBSTER PHOTO BY LEXIE MORELAND; KILGORE TROUT BY BILL SCHUMANN; AMERICAN RAG BY DONATO SARDELLA

American Rag Store, Los Angeles

European mills are giving their heritage fabrics a fresh spin for fall 2012, playing with new finishes, blends and unexpected weights as consumers put a premium on innovation as well as tradition. Irregular surfaces and rugged textures, typically associated with vintage textiles, were the prominent trends weaving through Premiere Vision, the Paris fabric fair held in the fall. “We must remember these are modern times,” says Nino Cerruti, “Men are dressing for owner of Lanificio F.lli Cerruti, the intensity of an whose sporty Parcour collection urban contemporary updates vintage military garments life, but with the chic and the wardrobe of Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton. refinement of the past.” “Men are dressing for the intensity —NINO CERRUTI of an urban contemporary life, but with the chic refinement of the past.” Designer Raf Simons agrees that “strong and masculine” suiting fabrics are dominating fall collections. The focus, says textile designer Franco Fabrello of Marzotto SpA, is on fabrics with a more rugged appeal—dyed, overwashed, even made to resemble denim. “Men want durability, but not if it’s boring,” says Dior Homme’s Kris Van Assche. British mills, including Reid & Taylor and the Clissold Group, are also staying true to their roots while delivering new twists, such as playing with the scale of traditional herringbone and tweed motifs. Irregular finishes, puffy yarns and even classic jaspé with Lycra made the case that there’s beauty in imperfections.

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“The Swede Life” Stockholm travel, retail and lifestyle story September, 2011

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“Sea Change” Activewear story January 2011

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MENSWEAR MAGAZINE (continued) “Just Suit Me” Suiting story March 2011

“Evening News” Men’s suiting story June 2011

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“Scotch Rocks” James McAvoy profile April 2011

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Table of Contents Fall 2014

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M is a re-launch of the men’s fashion lifestyle magazine that was shuttered in the early nineties. It is geared toward menswear industry insiders as well as men with a $200,000+ household income.

volume xiii

number 3

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Contents for Fall 2014 MIx

Editor’s Letter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Michele Pasini Sees a New Milan . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 By Alessandra Turra

THE MUST LIST

Two Street-Style Upstarts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 By Elon Green

Christopher Raeburn in His Studio . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Now That’s a Funky Sandal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Stripes: No Longer Just for Lowlifes . . . . . . . . . . 22 Can WildLeaks Save the Elephant? . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Vintage Watches From Christie’s . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Postmodern Suits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 The Big Bob Hope Bio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 David Bowie Takes Chicago . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Christophe Lemaire, on His Own . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Return of the Denim Jacket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 2-Gether, 4-Ever: Lulu and George . . . . . . . . . . . 29 A Well-Rounded Pair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Campus Craze: The Coffee Nap . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 European Souvenirs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Spring ’15 Inspirations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Ten Plus One . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

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Philipp Plein Doesn’t Care What You Think . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 By Alessandra Turra Futurecore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 By James Scott Linville

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a few days before the start of filming the theory of eve ry t h i n g , eddie redmayne visited stephen haw k i n g at his home in ca mbridge, e ng l a n d. “the reality of m e et i n g h i m wa s p r e t t y intimidating,” r e d m ay n e told me. “You’ve done five months of work, you’ve watched everything, you’ve read everything, and you arrive to meet the man. I was left with him, the two of us. Because he can only move the one muscle in his face, now it takes him a wee while to reply in conversation. What he does now is, his eyes move, and his glasses have a sensor. He sees a cursor move across the alphabet, and he uses the muscle below his eye to stop it when it gets to the right letter. So, it can take a while for him to respond. And I’m someone who, as you can hear, suffers from verbal diarrhea. “There was a moment when he was taking some time responding to something. Here I was, filling the air, telling him about himself. I was a nervous wreck. He was laughing a lot. I couldn’t tell if it was with me or at me. Probably a bit of both. He makes a big point in his books that he was born on the eighth of January, which is the date of Galileo’s death. I said, ‘You’re the eighth, and I was actually born on the sixth of January, so we’re both Capricorns.’ ” Long pause, and then the famous computerized voice: “I’m

FROM ETON TO H O L LY wo o d he played a monk in the pillars of the earth, a psycho in hick, and a singing revolutionary in les MiséraBles. now, with the theory of everything, 32-year-old British actor eddie redmayne has pulled off his greatest transforMation yet, eMBodying stephen hawking in a breakthrough role. By ChRISTIAN LORENTZEN photographs By BRIAN BOwEN SmITh styled By ALEx BAdIA

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Redmayne’s stars, meanwhile, seem to be aligning. The Theory of Everything is due out November 7, and Redmayne’s performance— inhabiting not just a famous character, but one who is subjected to a gradual and total disability—is the sort that has been known to earn an actor a statuette or two. February will see the release of Jupiter Ascending, a space opera by the Matrix auteurs Andy and Lana Wachowski. Redmayne stars as one of the villains opposite galactic saviors Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum. At 32, Redmayne is engaged to longtime girlfriend Hannah Bagshawe, who is head of global public relations at Mergermarket Ltd., an international media company specializing in financial news, with headquarters in London, New York, and Hong Kong. He wouldn’t say if they have set a date and wouldn’t say much

about her when asked directly, but she kept appearing in his anecdotes—dragging him to bookstores because of her obsession with the Bloomsbury Group; putting up with him when he comes home from movie sets and has a hard time getting out of character; counseling him through an embarrassing charity tennis match. Redmayne is boyish, thoroughly freckled, and unceasingly earnest when he talks about his work. Sitting down with him on the terrace café of the Young Vic theater, just south of the Thames and around the corner from the actor’s flat, in the part-Dickensian, part-pomo London neighborhood of Borough, I remarked that, from all I have heard about him, he seems not to have a dark side. I asked if he had ever been in a fight. “Pathetically, I haven’t, other than the odd shove in the queue to a club when I was 18, 19.” That morning, I had watched him in Hick (2011), one of those train wrecks of a film with a cast so good (Chloë Grace Moretz, Blake Lively, Juliette Lewis, Alec Baldwin) that you can’t stop watching, if only to see which wrong move will come next. Redmayne

plays a drifter who saves a teenage runaway, played by Moretz, from a rapist barfly by bludgeoning him to death with a sink he rips off the ladies’-room wall. (“That was my superhero moment,” he says.) But Redmayne’s character later rapes the girl himself and accidently kills Blake Lively’s character with a pistol he doesn’t know is loaded. “The hard thing about Hick,” he said, “was trying to play a character who’s hideously unlikable, but, for some reason, the kid keeps getting back in the car. So the challenge was, how do you make someone who’s hideously repugnant have a bit of charm, too? But, no, I don’t think I’m a particularly dark person. “It’s often roles that are closer to home that I’m less successful at or that I find weirdly more difficult, because you don’t have to leap off the precipice. I don’t know about the success of it, but My Week With Marilyn”—the 2011 film in which Redmayne’s character looks after, goes skinnydipping with, and smooches Michelle Williams’ Marilyn Monroe—“I found really challenging, even though, on paper, it’s basically of who I am:

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an astronomer, not an astrologer,” Hawking said. “I t h o u g h t , H o ly s h i t ,” Redmayne said. “Stephen Hawking thinks the actor who’s playing him thinks he’s Mystic Meg or Shelley von Strunckel.”

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“Imagine if you were breaking up with someone,” he said, “and you can’t intonate—you can only press play . All he can do is nudge.” Much of the dramatic burden falls on Jones at this point in the film. “This job on her was incredibly difficult,” Redmayne said. “She had so many confines. She was a complete support, in the way that Jane was to Stephen.” The film brought Redmayne back to Cambridge. He didn’t at first realize he was returning to part of his own life. “I was in such a myopic bubble,” he said. “About three days into filming in Cambridge, I got a text message from my mum, to the effect of how amazing that, ten years on, you’re back where you were lucky enough to go to university. In Cambridge, all the place’s history is on display. It’s a staggeringly romantic place.” Hawking himself spent a few days on set. “He entirely holds the room in the most extraordinary way. And he’s fucking funny. He really is genuinely funny. And a ladies’ man. People just flock to him.”

someone who went to Eton and works in the film industry. That film I found really hard because he’s a cipher for the audience.” The role got him a nomination for BAFTA’s Rising Star Award. Redmayne was born in London, in 1982, and his family still lives in Chelsea. It’s fair to say they’re well-placed in the English establishment: His father, Richard, is a banker in the City of London, and his half brother, Charlie, is the CEO of HarperCollins U.K. Redmayne went to Eton College, the alternately revered and resented incubator that turns pimply teenage boys into Britain’s ruling class. Those Old Etonians I’ve met tend to move through the world with the self-deprecating charm that can only be the handmaid of a steely inner confidence, and Redmayne is no exception. Nineteen have become prime ministers. David Cameron, class of 1984, has been repeatedly criticized for picking a Cabinet that could easily be mistaken for an Old Etonian cabal. The list of writers educated at Eton—Percy Shelley, George Orwell, Cyril Connolly, Anthony Powell, Henry Green, Ian Fleming—is more recognizable than the roster of actors, at least to American eyes. The most famous of Redmayne’s classmates is Prince William, with whom he played a bit of rugby. I happen to know several of Redmayne’s classmates and spent a weekend in Spain (a “stag do,” as the English call their bachelor parties) with quite a few of them, days that involved a high degree of tipsy laddishness (toreador outfit, go-karts, cheese, not a little vomiting into trash cans). “What did those Judases tell you?” Redmayne asked. But my efforts to uncover embarrassing, or at least interesting, details about Redmayne’s time at school were met with a sort of Old Etonian omertà. “Sorry, mate, can’t help you,” was the standard reply. Others responded as if they had internalized the discipline of a flack at the onset of puberty. “He was clearly brilliant from the start, the star of the school play as soon as he got there, at age 13”; “I think he’s got a real respect for the craft of acting. And he didn’t go to drama school.” So much for my contacts. One Old Etonian, a few years Redmayne’s junior, said he was “prefecty,” adding, “He was the sort of prefect you were meant to hate, but you couldn’t, because he was so nice. Really good actor and singer.” Redmayne considered drama school after Eton but, instead, decided to go to Trinity College, Cambridge—alumni: Newton, Byron, Tennyson, Wittgenstein, Nabokov, Niels Bohr—and study art history. He wrote a thesis on nouveau réalisme painter Yves Klein, but, in 2002, he had the opportunity to play Viola in Twelfth Night, opposite Mark Rylance. “I was doing what I did at school, which is boys playing girls,” he said. “And then I went up to Liverpool and did Athol Fugard’s “Master Harold”…and the Boys. I was living in a bedsit in Liverpool, doing this play, and no one particularly well-known was in it, and no one was coming to see it.” But he was enjoying the work. “I realized this was what I wanted. “And then I did a play in London”—Edward Albee’s The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?, in its first U.K. production, in 2004—“and Albee came and hung out, and he was pretty inspiring. And that whetted my appetite for doing new plays and working with writers.” (It was also the start of a minor theme of sexual deviancy in Redmayne’s work: His character, Billy, falls in love with a goat; he has gone on to play a pedophile in Hick and the object of Julianne Moore’s motherly lust in 2007’s Savage Grace.) A review in Variety caught the attention of the casting director for the CIA morality tale The Good Shepherd, directed by Robert De Niro. “She said, ‘I want you to come back and meet Bob this afternoon.’ I was like, Who? ‘Bob De Niro.’ Fuck. “When I came back, the casting couch was full of the best actors in

Just before he began prepping for The Theory of Everything, Redmayne wrapped Jupiter Ascending. “There, I was dressed in some extraordinary outfits,” he said. “I was made to go and spend six months eating chicken in an attempt to get a six-pack on my pallid body. I was endlessly doing these scenes, tensing my tummy muscles. Then, the worst thing was, I was hoping I’d get to go on one holiday where I’d, for once, have something resembling a six-pack, but then the day it finished, I immediately had to begin starving myself for Hawking.” Because of budget constraints, Theory was shot non-chronologically. On the first day of shooting exteriors, Redmayne went from playing a healthy Hawking, to using a pair of canes, to sitting in the wheelchair. Continuity was a challenge, he said. “I needed the script to be absolutely airtight, because once that figure stops working, it doesn’t start again. With motor-neuron disease, you have upper neurons and lower neurons. The upper neurons are

rigid, and the lower neurons are soft. So, you could have a rigid shoulder and a soft wrist. There was a detective-work aspect to the job of finding pictures of Stephen at the different stages of his illness and re-creating them on-screen. “I don’t know whether I’d call it fun. I do normally quite enjoy what I do, but I’m also riddled with fear. Particularly on that job, when you’re playing an extraordinary man, a living icon, you’re representing a disease that people I’ve met—I spent three or four months visiting a motor-neuron clinic and meeting families—have suffered. And then you feel a responsibility to the science and a need to find the emotional truth of what happened between these people. All of these things were pretty challenging, and I was fueled with fear from the word go. Before I read the script, I had no idea there was this beautiful love story behind this iconic figure who, when I was at university, I’d occasionally see going by on campus.”

After the film was finished, Redmayne returned to art history, working on a British TV documentary about art from World War One. In London, his hobby is playing the piano. He bought himself a baby grand with the money he made on Les Misérables (2012), then held his breath and left the room as it was hoisted from the street and through his flat’s window. His next project will reunite him with Les Misérables director Tom Hooper, playing the artist Einar Wegener, who became Lili Elbe—another challenge that has plunged Redmayne into lots of reading, this time in gender theory. On the notepad I brought along, there was one compromising phrase I had gotten from the Old Etonian Judases: “frog voice.” I pointed it out to Redmayne. “Oh, that I sound like a frog when I sing? Who said that?” he said. “Yup, good. Thanks, Judases. Well, the Muppets did a parody of Les Mis, and Kermit the Frog sang my part. It was pretty much bang-on.”

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prior to attending Cambridge’s Trinity College, Redmayne graduated from eton College, whose alumni include percy Shelley, george Orwell, and david Cameron. School chums contacted by M had only nice things to say about him—“clearly brilliant,” et cetera. lefT: lAnvin’S COTTOn SHiRT And gieveS & HAWkeS’ COTTOn pAnTS. RigHT: eRMenegildO zegnA COuTuRe’S COTTOn SWeATeR And vAlenTinO’S WOOl pAnTS. giORgiO ARMAni BelT; OvAdiA & SOnS SCARf; lOuiS vuiTTOn SHOeS.

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So far in his career, Redmayne has been the go-to actor for period pieces, having appeared in films and BBC miniseries set during the Middle Ages, the early sixteenth century, the late sixteenth century, the nineteenth century, World War One, World War Two, and the 1950s.

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The Center is proud to celebrate our 16th annual Women’s Event and recognize Laverne Cox, star of the hit TV show “Orange is the New Black,” for her role in breaking the trans glass ceiling. The Center is also thrilled to recognize Beth Brooke, Global Vice Chair Public Policy at EY, for her commitment to the LGBT community and her dedication to working within a company culture to move it beyond diversity, towards human equality. We also celebrate Joy Tomchin for her 30 years of supporting countless LGBT, HIV, women’s and children’s rights organizations as both an activist and a donor.

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Wom e N ’ S e V e N t 1 6 H o N o r e e S LAverne Cox Laverne Cox is a critically acclaimed actress who can currently be seen in the Netflix original series “Orange is The New Black,” where she plays the groundbreaking role of Sophia Burset, an incarcerated African American transgender woman. Laverne is the first trans woman of color to have a leading role on a mainstream television show, to produce and star in her own television show, VH1’s “TRANSForm Me” and also the first trans woman of color to appear on an American reality television program, VH1’s “I Wanna Work for Diddy.” She was named one of the top 50 trans icons by The Huffington Post, one of Out magazine’s Out 100 and Metrosource magazine’s 55 People We Love. Laverne is a renowned speaker and has taken her empowering message of moving beyond gender expectations to live more authentically all over the country. Beth A. Brooke Beth A. Brooke is Global Vice Chair - Public Policy at EY and is a member of the firm’s Global Executive Board. Beth has public policy responsibility for the firm’s operations in 150 countries. In addition, she has global responsibility for the firm’s Diversity and Inclusiveness efforts. She has been named six times to the list of Forbes World’s 100 Most Powerful Women, and was named 2009 Woman of the Year by Concern Worldwide. Beth is passionate about using her leadership platform to make a difference in the world. She is a devoted advocate for the advancement of women around the world. Beth has an undergraduate degree, with highest distinction, from Purdue University, where she majored in Industrial Management/Computer Science, while playing Intercollegiate Women’s Basketball. Joy toMChin A nationally recognized activist in the LGBT, women’s and children’s rights movements, Joy joined the Board of Directors of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis in 1987, and served as GMHC’s Board President from 1989-1992, cofounding the Lesbian AIDS Project. In October of 1990, Joy was appointed by Mayor David Dinkins to the Board of the Economic Development Corporation of the City of New York and served for four years as the Board’s only openly LGBT member. She served as the national co-chair of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund from 1992-1996. In 2012, she co-founded Public Square Films, a social issues film and TV production company based in New York. Joy is executive producer of the documentary, “How to Survive a Plague,” directed by award-winning journalist David France. This film was a finalist for an Academy Award. Joy lives in Chelsea with her son, Evan.

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