At the Spotted Pig, the New York gastropub as celebrated for its famous patrons as for its char-grilled burger, the arrival of an actress best known for her work on the CW series The Vampire Diariesnormally wouldn’t cause much of a stir. But when Nina Dobrev makes her entrance on a lovely evening in June, heads do turn—and not just because she is channeling Jackie Kennedy in an oversize pink coat by L.K. Bennett and Dior sunglasses. Dobrev’s canine companion, Maverick, an adorable and impeccably well-behaved border collie–Australian shepherd mix, is garnering her own fair share of attention.
Coach 1941 jacket, $1,250, coach.com; Wacoal briefs, $15, wacoal-america.com; Simon G. Jewelry rings, $1,100–$1,540, simongjewelry.com.
Tommy Pickles would be proud.
If you were a kid in the '90s, chances are you're more than a little familiar with Nickelodeon. Whether you were a fan of watching Tommy Pickles break out of his playpen with his trusty screwdriver or you were just trying to figure out whether Arnold was wearing a skirt the whole time, one brand has your '90s TV obsession covered. Love Tribe has partnered with Nickelodeon to create a new '90s Nick-inspired clothing line, and it's probably identical to the stuff you wore as a little kid.
Which is worth $4.6 million?
to Princess Diana's velvet black off-the-shoulder number from President Reagan's White House Dinner in 1995―and plenty of Oscar-worthy Couture gowns in between―here are 10 of the most expensive dresses of all time.
Anne Hathaway in Valentino - $80,000
The red Valentino gown that Anne Hathaway wore when she presented the 2011 Oscars cost $80,000, which she then teamed with a Tiffany & Co necklace worth $10 million.
Kate Winslet in Valentino - $100,000
Kate Winslet's young daughter, Mia, chose the mint green Valentino gown that her mother wore to the 2007 Oscars.