Katie Holmes, who is rumored to be dating Jamie Foxx on the sly for awhile now, may finally go public with her romance with the actor, who has been spotted around these parts of late. Foxx attended marketing mogul Loren Ridinger’s birthday blowout at Cipriani Miami last month, albeit solo. But that’s apparently the way this low-key Hollywood couple prefer it.
“She is head over heels for him,” a source told Page Six of Holmes. “But they don’t want to fuel any of the rumors so Jamie has been avoiding attending parties she’s been going to.”
On Friday night, the former Dawson’s Creek star will be the special guest at Ocean Drive’s annual VIP bash, the Art of the Party. Holmes is also this month’s cover girl. So what if the ex Mrs. Tom Cruise doesn’t have a man on her arm? She seems at peace with her life since divorcing the Mission Impossible star in 2012. Though their relationship (to the naked eye) seems to have ended badly — and Cruise is rumored to not have seen daughter Suri in roughly two years — Holmes doesn’t look back in anger.
“I don't regret anything that I’ve done,” the 36-year-old actress told OD. “I’ve learned from everything, and everything sort of leads you to the next place. I just keep going.”
Holmes will keep going, all right. Right to Miami Beach and its surroundings. This Basel will be her first, she told the magazine.
“I love the weather, the restaurants,” says the NYC resident. “I picture this exciting city and great energy. And the beaches are incredible. I will take time to peruse [art]; I’m really excited to have all of those galleries in one place, and I’m going to check everything out.”
Giorgio Armani has a lot to celebrate on Wednesday: The grand opening of the 81-year-old style icon’s boutique in the Design District, 174 NE 39th St.; the 40-year anniversary of his label; and an eponymous book. The hardcover, a look back on the Italian fashion designer’s glamorous life, has a picture of Armani as a baby on the front. Copies will be available for sale for the haute, invitation-only crowd. Regular Joes can buy the gorgeously illustrated coffee table book with photos by Annie Leibovitz, Herb Ritts, Steven Meisel and more on Amazon.
Sorry, folks, another invitation-only Basel bash: This time the party is called the Art of Opulence and it’s being hosted by Shark Tank star Daymond John. The soiree is to be held at Private Key in Wynwood, 567 NW 27th St., which will undergo a transformation into a “plush, European-style lounge” reflective of ME by Melia’s resorts and hotels. John will showcase the works of Argentine-born, Miami Beach-based pop artist Havi Schanz; Spanish fashion photographer Alberto Van Stokkum; and New Yorker Delano Brown, who tends to paint on women’s clothing but is set to do up a Ferrari on site.
Lesley Abravanel contributed to this report.