At the Vanity Fair party celebrating the Vanities Calendar, in which actresses pose as pin-ups, there were some cute party outfits hiding out amongst a lot of bizarre prints.
The Bid to Save the Earth is "a one-of-a-kind "green-clusive" collaboration of people, business and environmental not-for-profits committed in spirit and action to protecting the future of our Earth." Translation: a big, fancy, star-studded, money-raising gala and fashion show for a cause, with serious sartorial…
You'd think that the 2010 Hollywood Style Awards, which numbered Emily Blunt, Zooey Deschanel, Kate Bosworth and Lea Michele among guests, would be chock-full of gorgeous clothes. In which case, you're in for a rude awakening.
Somewhere is Sofia Coppola's story of an actor and his daughter. The premiere is the story of a bunch of indie stars in really bizarre clothes.
- Apparently Naomi Campbell — who just weeks ago was boasting of having mastered her volatile temper — assaulted her chauffeur because he is also chauffeurs her boyfriend, Vladimir Doronin, and he refused to tell her if Doronin was cheating. [NYPost]
- Madonna's fall campaign for Louis Vuitton leaked online, and the star — captured by Steven Meisel and 23 psychedelic Photoshop layers — sort of looks like a marble statue. [Fashionologie]
- Paris Hilton on dropping $3,880 in 40 minutes: "I think it's important to help out, you know, the economy out here, everywhere in the world... It's New Year's, I need a New Year's dress." [Breitbart]
- Tim Gunn is taking some conflict-of-interest heat regarding a recent column he wrote OK! magazine. (Tim writes for OK!? How declasse!) When advising a reader about what jeans are best to fit most bodies, he steered the reader towards Liz Claiborne and Lucky Brand. Funny thing is, Gunn just happens to be the Chief…