Kate and Laura Mulleavy aka the designing sisters that make up Rodarte are spilling the deets on those amazing tutus they created for Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan.
Laura says constructing the 40 costumes for Natalie Portman and the rest of the cast was difficult:
"A tutu is 13 layers of tulle sticking straight out and then it’s over the body, so you can imagine. It’s crazy! Building a tutu is one of the lost couture arts. Everyone will know it’s like getting your hand on the prize, like a coveted piece of couture that no one ever gets to see. You can’t go rent a tutu. You have to own it…They’re never actually perfect, but from afar, when you’re in the audience, it looks like one of the most beautiful things in the world."
We're sure all that hard work paid off and we can't wait to see them on the big screen!
Justin Bieber is gonna have to do a lot more than say he's sorry to get out of this one!
The superstar is being sued by an indie pop singer who claims Bieberoni ripped her vocal loop for his smash hit Sorry!
According to TMZ, Casey Dienel -- who goes by the stage name White Hinterland -- claims the "unique characteristics of the female vocal riff" off her 2014 single Ring The Bell are identical to Sorry.
Though JB only uses eight seconds of the riff in the song, Dienel says he repeats it six times over the track -- and also points out that both songs feature keyboard synthesizers, synth bass, drums, and percussion.