For starters, earlier this month, he got to showcase his first project with athleisure brand Real Essentials as its new brand ambassador. His first campaign included Mario’s Top Picks, which featured his favorite products, including joggers, pullover hoodies and mesh shorts.
As a father of three, Lopez sees Real Essentials as a must-have line.
“Real Essentials products are great because of their affordability,” Lopez said. “They have a ton of options, and it’s great for families trying to shop during a time when a lot of people are struggling economically. I spend a lot of time at home with my family, and athleisure is my jam.”
Lopez was a Real Essentials customer for several years before they entered a formal partnership. When he was approached by the Real Essentials team to become a brand ambassador, it was a seamless partnership.
In addition to Real Essentials, Lopez has a slate of things to celebrate this holiday season. He, his wife Courtney Lopez, and their kids, Gia, 12, Dominic, 9, and Santino Rafael, 3, are set to be on the first float for the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The day after that, his new movie “Steppin’ Into the Holiday” debuts on Lifetime.
“’Steppin’ Into the Holiday” is a throwback to the old school kind of musical,” Lopez said. “There’s dancing, romance, comedy and it’s all set around Christmas. I was also an executive producer on this film, and I’m happy with the way it turned out. My wife in plays a part in the movie as my character’s ex.”
While Lopez has had his share of formal dance training, he got to polish up his dance skills for this film and had the privilege of working with two-time Emmy-nominated choreographer Spencer Liff.
Lopez stars opposite country singer and television star Jana Kramer in the movie. Kramer became a natural choice for the role due to her musical skills and she was also living in Nashville, Tennessee, where the movie was shot.
Among his other projects, Lopez is also a host on “Access Daily” and on “Access Hollywood.” He also his radio show “On with Mario,” which is nationally syndicated.
“Steppin’ Into the Holiday” premieres on Lifetime on Nov. 25. The movie stars Mario Lopez, Jana Kramer, Cheri Oteri, Carla Jimenez, Mario Cantone, Courtney Lopez and Terri Hoyos.
Marsèll Makes Handbag Push
Footwear label Marsèll is committing to the handbag and leather goods categories.
For spring 2023, the brand is introducing its first full-fledged range after it tested the waters for the past 20 years with small capsules and a few styles regularly flanking the core shoe business.
The brand installed a creative team and beefed up its manufacturing capacity with new hires of dedicated artisans.
Marco Cima, cofounder and creative director, characterized it as a “natural progression built from our know-how in leather production.”
“We have always wanted to telegraph our aesthetics…and methodology via different product categories, projects and objects.…We believe we are an alternative brand representing and drawing customers looking for minimalist and no-logo designs,” Cima explained.
Centered on timeless styles with a minimalist bent in line with the footwear category, the spring range comprises doctor bags and irregularly shaped pouches as well as tiny tote bags with handles knotted to the bag’s body, all coming in a muted color palette of earth tones and pastels.
The bags retail for between 700 euros and 2,000 euros.
Shania Twain Channels Animal Inspiration in Leopard-print Bra Cups and Velvet Skirt at People’s Choice Awards 2022 Red Carpet
For this year’s ceremony, the singer wore a dress with a leopard-print silk hood and cape shawl, leopard-print bra cups, sheer long sleeves, a sheer bodice and a floor-length black velvet skirt custom designed by Rodarte. The singer’s only notable accessory was her wedding ring, leaving her outfit to speak for itself.
Twain worked with stylist Chris Horan to create her look for this year’s awards ceremony. Horan also works with Christina Aguilera, Debby Ryan and Charli XCX.
Twain went for a matte coral pink lip, pink blush and heavy eye makeup, with statement eyelashes. Her eyes were adorned with pink and blue eye shadow. For hair, she had it highlighted bright pink, coordinating with her makeup.
Twain received this year’s People’s Choice Award for Music Icon, presented to her by her friend, actor Billy Porter.
During the awards show, she took to the stage to perform in a custom Diesel bright red coat-style dress with pants and a zip-up corset underneath designed by Glenn Martens. Twain accessorized the look with coordinating gloves, a cowboy hat and sunglasses.
The People’s Choice Awards is a show where fans honor a year of outstanding pop culture entertainment in TV, film, acting and music, with winners chosen by the public. This year’s award show was hosted by comedian Kenan Thompson, and also awarded Lizzo as the People’s Champion Award and Ryan Reynolds with the People’s Icon award.
Noah Schnapp Suits Up in Head-to-toe Fendi at People’s Choice Awards 2022
For the event, where the actor took home the People’s Choice Award for Male TV Star of 2022 for his work on Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” he wore a double-breasted navy suit, a white turtleneck, black lace-up shoes and a crossbody bag — all from Fendi.
Schnapp worked with Phillipe Uter to create his look for the event. Uter has also worked with Roselyn Sanchez, Taylor Mack and Meagan Good.
Schnapp is familiar with wearing brands under the LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton umbrella on the red carpet. In May, the actor attended the season four premiere of “Stranger Things” in a full Dior look featuring a white shirt, white pants and a blush pink jacket.
“I really had the desire of dressing Noah in a brand that we never used before. Something trendy, cool but still luxury. Noah is between the teenager and adult life so I couldn’t go too classic nor too young. That is why I decided to collaborate with Dior on this appearance,” Uter said to WWD at the premiere.
Schnapp also attended Fendi’s spring 2023 menswear runway show during Milan Fashion Week, where he sat front row and sported a full Fendi look.
In addition to “Stranger Things,” this year Schnapp also starred in the mystery film “The Tutor.”
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