Camila Alves Wore a ‘Bridal Headband’; Gucci Accommodates Robert Pattinson’s Travel Schedule

• Camila Alves wore a fancy “bridal headband” by Neil Lane to marry Matthew McConaughey. [StyleWatch/People]

• Of Gucci creative director Frida Giannini, Robert Pattinson said: “She taught me one thing — you should definitely have good contacts at Gucci … They’re absolutely amazing. The amount of times I’ve been stuck in some random city and have called her up and had things brought in at absolutely the last minute — it’s crazy.” [GQ UK via Vogue UK]

• Lily Donaldson covers Vogue Russia’s July issue, photographed by Richard Bush and styled by Sarah Richardson. [Design Scene]

• Ford Modeling Agency founder Eileen Ford turned 90 years old with a party at Le Cirque earlier this week. She remembered: “It wasn’t easy for women in business when I first started, but I’m proud to have brought modeling to the next level … I’ve loved and protected all of you like my own children.” [Page Six/NYP]

• Brands like Dolce & Gabbana, Benetton, H&M, and Forever 21 have signed licensing deals with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products, meaning a Rio-inspired infant clothing line by Dolce & Gabbana will hit stores this summer. Seriously. [WWD]

• Mario Testino is donating a portrait of Kate Moss to the Masterpiece London auction to raise money for CLIC Sargent, a charity for children with cancer. [Vogue UK]

• Unsurprisingly, WWD gave Neil Patrick Harris an A in its “Man of the Week” column for his “impeccably fitted Calvin Klein Collection suit” that he wore to the weekend’s Tony Awards. [WWD]

• The Post would like you to know that Erin Heatherton and Leonardo DiCaprio saw the musical Once on Broadway Tuesday night. [Page Six/NYP]

• Kate Bosworth and stylist Cher Coulter launched a thirteen-piece accessories collection of jewelry, bags, and belts, called Boutique, exclusively for their website JewelMint. [WWD]

• Here’s a peak at Oscar de la Renta’s oceanfront home in Punta Cana. [Architectural Digest]

• Stylist Kate Young on who she’d like to work with in the future: “I really love Elizabeth Olsen, but I feel like she has a stylist. I always feel weird about saying this because I never want to steal anyone’s clients. But I shot her for a magazine recently and I just really liked her … I think she’s pretty set, but if she weren’t, I would really like to work with her.” [Refinery29]

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