I think the LACMA Art + Film Gala is the West Coast’s version of the CFDA Awards — everybody looks totally flawless, and they’re all wearing fashions that are sort of high concept and adventurous. It probably also helps that this year’s LACMA Gala was sponsored by Gucci, and practically everyone wore Gucci to the event. That must have been a total load off the stylists’ minds. In any case, there were some who wore it better than others. Shall we go to the photo evidence?
I’ve already reviewed all the fashion moments from last night’s Emmy Awards, but the hair and makeup almost stole the spotlight — in good and bad ways. Click on to see my picks for the best hair and makeup. Connie Britton, we need to talk….
There are always a few dresses at these big awards shows that I just can’t reach a decision about. Do I love it? Or do I hate it? Here are nine such examples from last night’s Emmy Awards. Help me decide how to feel!
The good news is, the vast majority of those walking the red carpet at last night’s Emmy Awards were dressed nicely. Some I loved more than others (Edie Falco! Emily VanCamp!), but most were difficult to find fault with. And then there were these 13 dresses. I’m sorry, but they were just straight up terrible.
Last night’s Emmy Awards were, for the most part, predictable and boring and really, all you need to know is that you should really watch the first season of “Homeland” — which won best drama series — before the second season starts this Sunday. But before you do that, let’s review what everyone wore, starting with our best dressed!
Posh party alert! Celebs and various wealthy supporters of the arts were on hand last night for the New York City Ballet’s Fall Gala. Let’s see whether their outfits were up to par…
Last night was kind of stressful. Between Fashion’s Night Out, the DNC Obama speech and the MTV Video Music Awards there were not enough hours in the night to get it all done. So much TV to watch! So much shopping to do! Bad timing aside, the VMAs did deliver their usual round of well choreographed dance/lip syncing performances (um, I never thought I’d actually like a Taylor Swift song) and host/audience hijinks (Kevin Hart, such a tiny weirdo!). That said, what we really care about is the fashions. And there were so many! Let’s see what the stars wore, shall we?
The Venice Film Festival is the sleepier cousin to the Cannes Film Festival, which is why, despite the fact that we’re two days into the fest, there’s been relatively few major celebrity sitings. We don’t mind, though — it gives us the opportunity to ogle random French and Italian ladies, instead. Check out some of our favorite (and least fave) looks from the fest, so far.
You know how sometimes you’re like, “Yo, whatever happened to that guy who played simpering Billy Campbell on ‘Melrose Place’?” And then it turns out that Billy Campbell is actually Andrew Shue, and Andrew Shue is the founder of Do Something, an organization that encourages people to, presumably, Do Something to make the world a better place. Every year, Andrew and pals host the Do Something Awards, which honors people who have really Done Something extraordinary, and a slew of celebs come out to fete them. (Including, presumably, his old “Melrose Place” castmates, who go, “Oh, so that’s what Andrew’s been up to!”)
Now that we’ve cleared that up: The 2012 Do Something Awards were held Sunday night, and here’s what everyone wore.
The premiere for Rob Pattinson’s new, David Cronenberg-directed film “Cosmopolis,” was last night, and dozens of ladies vying for the role of Robert Pattinson new GF turned out for the affair. But what all you Twihards really want to know is how are our venerated sparkle vamp is doing. Judging from the Gucci suit he’s sporting, he appears to be adjusting to life post-K-Stew just fine. “Cosmopolis” is a bit of a departure for ol’ Robbie — he plays a billionaire hedge fund dude whose day begins to unravel over the course of several hours. Check out his look — along with the rest of the premiere attendees — above!