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.
Was there a dress code? Or do stars just hear "CHANEL Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner" and assume through long practice that it's an occasion for black and white?
When it comes to fashion week, it doesn't get much more serious than Paris. And that goes double for the A-list front rows.
The French Vogue 90th Anniversary Party was a star-studded, high-fashion, My Fair Lady-style masquerade. And in the immortal words of Liz Lemon, we want to go to there.
Who showed up for the "90 years of Vogue covers" party at Hotel Crillon in Paris last night? Lara Stone! Julia Restoin-Roitfeld! Anna Wintour! And, of course, Lindsay Lohan!
So, what exactly was the dress code at last night's 2009 American Museum of Natural History's Museum dance? Some stars — Milla, Alba — looked flawlessly glam. Others wore robot costumes. I'm confused!
Ever had to dress one way on the weekend and another way at work? And maybe a third way for socializing? Does your mind reel at the complexity? W feels your pain. (Not really.)
amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS 2008 benefit was held last night in Cannes, and... wow. Just wow. (Right now I'm geeking out on too much coffee, cigarettes and, you know, the fact that it's Friday.) Everyone showed up in support: Madonna, Mary J. Blige, Natalie Portman, and even Sharon Stone. Some were fugly (see Stone),…