10 Things to Watch, Shop and Do in March
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By Paige Brettingen
If Mardi Gras and St. Patrick's Day are the only events on your radar for March, get ready to start marking up your calendar. From a new television series (starring a familiar face from Dawson's Creek) to a new supermodel-designed apparel line, here are ten March events, guaranteed to rid you of the winter blues.
Academy Awards2 of 11
Predicting which of the Oscar nominees will claim Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Actor at the 86th Academy Awards tonight is especially tough this year, but one thing we do feel fairly certain of? The likelihood that Amy Adams and Lupita Nyong'o will land on every best-dressed list. See all the star-studded action, starting at 4 p.m. PST on ABC.
GIRL by Pharrell3 of 11
Say what you will about his hat choices, there's no slowing Pharrell Williams this year. His winning streak continues with the release of his latest album, GIRL. You're likely already familiar with the album's hit song "Happy," which has been dominating the airwaves.
Last Day of Fashion Week4 of 11
Closing a month's worth of Fashion Weeks worldwide, Paris hosts its final shows today. Among the designers to appear in the grand finale: Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu and Hermès.
The Grand Budapest Hotel5 of 11
Wes Anderson's latest film stars Ralph Feinnes, Jude Law, Bill Murray and Edward Norton. Prepare to get swept up in the adventures of Gustave H., a concierge at a famous European hotel during the years between the two world wars. As one might expect from the writer/director of The Royal Tenenbaums and Fantastic Mr. Fox, wit and whimsy will abound.
Once Upon a Time & Revenge6 of 11
If you're a Once Upon a Time and Revenge fan, consider your evening booked as both series return with new episodes. In Once Upon a Time, get ready for a shift from Neverland to Oz as a certain witch from the west arrives. And with tension between Revenge's Emily and Daniel at an all-time high, the chance of her risking everything she's worked for reaches new heights. The drama begins at 8/7c on ABC.
The Blazing World7 of 11
Harriet Burden encounters repeated failure as an artist until she conducts an experiment: presenting three solo exhibitions as the work of her male counterparts. The shows are successful, but when Burden reveals herself as the artist, backlash ensues—particularly when one male artist refuses to recognize Burden as the true creator. Told through Burden's journals after her death, Siri Hustvedt's The Blazing World provides a series of conflicting perspectives about Burden and the bizarre death she becomes involved in.
The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion8 of 11
From the author of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe comes a light-hearted mystery about family and self-discovery. When Sookie Poole discovers a secret about her mother's past, the search for answers takes her from Alabama to California and finally to the Midwest where she discovers the All-Girl Filling Station—a wildly popular pit stop for truck drivers in the 1940s. As Sookie learns about the filling station girls' adventures, she finds newfound motivation for her own life.
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Even supermodels need a break from the bikinis. Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio makes her design debut with ále by Alessandra. The beachy bohemian cover-up pieces, costing between $118 and $146, will be sold exclusively at Planet Blue boutique and eventually expand to include accessories, footwear, eyewear, swimwear, handbags and fragrance.
Topshop x Adidas10 of 11
The sportswear company gets a fresh new look, thanks to its collaboration with Topshop. The 20-piece collection, inspired by spring/summer 2014 runway trends, will include tailored track pants, graphical sweatshirts featuring London landmarks and footwear in pastel colors for a touch of femininity.
Friends With Better Lives11 of 11
"The grass is always greener" best sums up the attitude of the characters in this new romantic comedy series—starring Kevin Connolly, Brooklyn Decker and James Van Der Beek—about six friends variously navigating marriage, divorce, and singlehood. Tune in at 9 p.m. EST on CBS, following the series finale of How I Met Your Mother.
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