T&C Culture Watch: On the Agenda for November

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Where are we going?

First, revisit The Phantom of the Opera one last time before Broadway’s longest-running show closes in February after 35 years. Then, how about some quality time with Hollywood’s leading men? Samuel L. Jackson and John David Washington star in The Piano Lesson, while Jeremy Pope and Paul Bettany are Basquiat and Warhol in The Collaboration (November 29). Opera glasses optional but highly encouraged.

What are we wearing?

For thousands of years malachite has been heralded for its protective properties. Employed in Bulgari’s signature Serpenti motif, it feels doubly auspicious. (The snake, after all, is a symbol of rebirth.) And while we’re celebrating legends, consider this an homage to another force of screen and stage: Elizabeth Taylor, a famous fan of the slithering icon, who made her own Broadway debut in 1981.

On model Meisha Brooks (partsmodels.com): Bulgari ring, Serpenti bracelet, and Serpenti Spiga watch ($77,000), 800-Bulgari; Michael Kors dress ($9,990). Hair & makeup by Regina Harris at Elyse Connolly. Manicure by Kayo Higuchi for Chanel Le Vernis. Set design by Stockton Hall.

This story appears in the November 2022 issue of Town & Country. SUBSCRIBE NOW

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