Watch Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson Strut Down a Paris Fashion Week Runway As Their Zoolander Characters
Just when you thought you’d seen the last of Le Tigre, and Blue Steel, Hansel and Derek Zoolander ride again. Reports (in the shape of excited Vines and tweets) started pouring in from the Valentino show at Paris Fashion. Ben Stiller andOwen Wilson walked the catwalk as their supermodel alter egos. That’s right, it’s a walk-off. Sound too good to be true? Here’s Stiller strutting his stuff to Human League’s “Don’t You Want Me?”
Just in case you’re wondering what they’re wearing, that’s Derek in a custom Night Butterflies brocade suit with hand-embroidered overcoat and black Creeper shoes and Hansel wears a Silk Continent print Pajama suit with Double Cashmere overcoat and Open sneakers.
The pair left the runway, with Stiller turning left (!!!!) as he went, and dropped their coats just before exiting the room. I suppose that’s the supermodel version of dropping the mic.
A week’s worth of trends in a minute’s worth of words. Here’s what people were talking about this week on Tumblr:
In entertainment: Derek Zoolander and Hansel pouted, walked, and turned for Valentino at Paris Fashion Week. Lots of talk about the season finale of The 100—anyone know how many of them are actually still alive? Winter is coming in April: HBO released a new trailer for Game of Thrones season five. And Broad City: the show that speaks for all of us.
In tech: Apple’s new smartwatch, the :apple emoji:WATCH, will tell your wrist what’s on your phone.
In the news: Two police officers were shot in Ferguson, MO, exacerbating an already tense situation. Hillary Clinton explained that her briefcase only holds one phone. And Ireland accidentally legalized drugs for a super chill 24 hours.
In tremendous loss: Beloved author, joyful to the end, the prolific and beaming Sir Terry Pratchett left the party early to avoid the rush.
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