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Bradley Cooper’s Stylist Says His Oscars 2015 Look Will Be “Timeless Like Carey Grant”

When you’re nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role at the Academy Awards, you better believe you put a lot of thought into your outfit. American Sniper‘s Bradley Cooper already is—well, kind of; his stylist Ilaria Urbanati is doing the thinking for him. And it’s going to be timeless. “Bradley really likes to go old-fashioned, like Carey Grant,” she told InStyle at the launch party for her Eddie Bauer men’s capsule collection at the Sundance Film Festival. “I think it’s important to be able to look back at photos from awards shows in fifty years and see something that still looks good after all that time.”

That being said, the search for the perfect tux has already begun. Urbanati said “almost every label” has offered to create a custom look for Cooper. But she’s not doing custom—they don’t want to commit to one thing. “I always bring a lot of options for Bradley, but he always goes very classic for the Oscars,” she said. “He might do a midnight or a black, but I don’t see any color happening. But it’s really going to be a case of ‘may the best tux win.’” Game on, menswear designers! We’ll definitely be keeping our eyes peeled.

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Cara Delevingne Stars In DKNY’s Downtown-Cool Spring 2015 Ad Campaign

It-Brit model Cara Delevingne may not be a true born-and-bred New Yorker, but she may as well be. The model-actress-singer-designer is as international as they come, with a career that’s taken her all across the globe. So who better than jet-setter Delevingne to rep one of the world’s most international cities and its coolest street wear brand?

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After seasons of working with DKNY, including one very downtown-chic #CaraD4DKNY capsule collection later, Delevingne is fronting DKNY’s spring 2015 ad campaign, along with models Binx Walton, Xiao Wen, and Sam Rollingson (all of whom have connections to New York City).

Shot by photog Gregory Harris at the Coleman State Skatepark under the Manhattan bridge, the campaign is a melting pot of “modern classics, sport elements, and playful geometric styles for the always moving, multicultural, multitasking New Yorker.” As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, and these perfectly encapsulate the very soul of New York. #WeAreNYC!

PHOTOS: Stars Clad in DKNY, On and Off the Red Carpet