The Tribeca Film Festival continues to roll on, and stars keep turning out for film premieres and events, panels and discussions. Over the past couple of days, there’s been premieres for “Your Sister’s Sister,” “The Five-Year Engagement,” “DeadFall,” and a whole bunch more. Shall we take a look at what everyone wore? (Oooh, that rhymed!)
Last night, the Tribeca Film Festival kicked off with a party hosted by Vanity Fair, and dozens of celebs — including Dakota Fanning and Julia Louis-Dreyfus — turned out. The purpose of the Robert De Niro-founded fest is technically to promote films, but famous folk are really there to schmooze and party. Oh, and wear crazy clothes. Check ‘em out!
There’s always a solid style turnout for the Tribeca Ball, and it’s no wonder why. The occasion, hosted each year by the New York Academy of Art, calls upon an eclectic cast of characters, from the most watched celebrities and socialites to revered artists and tastemakers. Last night’s Ball was the first to denote a guest of honor — Robert DeNiro was distinguished for his lifelong commitment of the arts, namely in Tribeca. In fact, the actor is actually responsible for founding Tribeca Film (and, later, its eponymous festival) in 1988. Pretty cool! Anyway, let’s get to it: here are my picks for the good, the bad, and the whatever from last night’s event. Teaser: Paz de la Huerta was there. Thank God!
This past weekend, celebs gathered to watch the new Paul McCartney video, “My Valentine,” hosted by Sir Paul and his daughter Stella. This being Hollywood, practically everybody turned out in designer duds (mostly made by Stella herself), but some carried the look off better than others. Who shone and who totally stunk it up? Click through to find out.
This week, cable network LOGO held their NewNowNext Awards, a celebration of all things LOGO-licious, and by LOGO-licious we mean gay. Drag queens were there, as were toddler beauty queens, and pop stars, so you know the fashion was cuh-razy. Click through this slideshow to check out some of the wildest looks from the party.
The Academy of Country Music Awards: A time when luminaries from the world of country music — and KISS — slap on their finest glittery suits and gowns and celebrate the year’s best in twangy records. With the rise of country-pop singers like Taylor Swift, the country world’s been infiltrated by a slightly more mainstream influence — and that’s affected the fashion, too. But there’s still a whole heck of a lot of glitter, sparkles and prom finery to go around. Take a peek at our favorite and not-so-favorite looks from the night, and let us know if you agree.