This week’s global hotlist
Mark it in your diaries now because the Chloé. Attitudes exhibition opening in Paris this September is a must-see. Celebrating 60 years of the brand’s understated luxury aesthetic, you’re invited to journey through the maison’s history at the newly revamped Palais de Tokyo surrounded by sketches, photographs (by the likes of David Bailey, Guy Bourdin and Deobrah Turbeville) and iconic looks past and present. What to wear? Head-to-toe Chloé, naturally. 29 Sep – Nov 18; palaisdetokyo.com
Fans of the smooth-talking British spy, “Bond, James Bond”, will love Designing 007: Fifty years of Bond Style at the Barbican Centre in London, a new exhibition to mark the 50th anniversary of the world famous Bond franchise. It will reveal the secrets behind the sets, gadgets, special effects…and of course the stunning costume archive, including designs by Tom Ford, Roberto Cavalli, Gucci’s Frida Giannini and Miuccia Prada. Runs July 6 – September 5; barbican.org.uk
The debut EP from So-Cal’s Haim sisters, Forever, boasts a holy trinity of R’n’B grooves, Pat Benatar style leather jacketed guitar clout and heavenly harmonies. Rocking faded denim micro shorts, floaty maxis and sheer shirts, their laid-back West Coast style is well worth checking out too. haimtheband.com
Until recently, Juno Temple,23, was best known for playing schoolgirls – think Wild Child and Cracks. But this month sees the British actress go edgy, playing the street-smart Holly in The Dark Knight Rises and a trailer trash temptress in Killer Joe alongside Matthew McConaughey.
The Dark Knight Rises is out July 20 US and UK, Killer Joe is out July 27 US. June 29th UK