It was around 26° last night when the amfAR New York Gala kicked off Fall 2013 Fashion Week. For some attendees, it was important to be somewhat weather-appropriate. Other folks just went right ahead and wore sheer dresses and showed plenty of skin, hypothermia (and good taste) be damned.
Random celebrities showed up for the Third Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic held in Los Angeles on Saturday; and in case you're wondering what one wears to a champagne-sponsored polo event in LaLaLand, here are some answers: A turban, a jumpsuit, and some platform wedges.
Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry is working on a pilot called Devious Maids, which seems to be loosely based on a Mexican telenovela Disorderly Maids Of The Neighborhood. The premise: Four maids (Ugly Betty's Ana Ortiz, Entourage's Dania Ramirez, Chasing Papi's Roselyn Sanchez, Scrubs's Judy Reyes) with big…
I'll admit it: I cried in the Conviction preview. So did my dad. But there was no cause for tears about the duds at the Beverly Hills premiere: Hilary, Minnie, Juliette and friends looked awesome.
What is it the ads say? "The Boys Are Back?" Yeah. That. Specifically, at Paramount Studios, surrounded by costars and, yes, entourage:
The DIC/InStyle's 9th Annual Awards Season Diamond Fashion Show Preview at the Beverly Hills Hotel involved many diamonds, tons of stars, and some jaw-dropping sartorial choices. In other words: perfection.
No, nobody aged really rapidly into a skeleton with Christopher Lloyd hair, but we the people came away almost as shocked from viewing the sartorial monstrosities on parade:
2012 is the story of the apocalypse and the shenanigans of survivors. The many stars at Regal Cinemas in LA - Thandie Newton, Camilla Belle, Amanda Peet - had, well, interesting ideas about what to wear when the world ends.