Christmas has come early for superfans of the New York Times’ Modern Love column—the series will be spun off into a new podcast via Boston’s WBUR radio station.
Yesterday The Hollywood Reporter held its 22nd annual Women in Entertainment breakfast, and talented ladies gathered at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
The New York Times' Modern Love column is like a box of chocolates, if half of the chocolates were replaced by cringeworthy middle school journals crumpled up and dipped in hardened, bitter regret. I'm happy to report, however, that this week's Modern Love was actually pretty sweet.
This time of year brings out the best in all of us, and even Kim Kardashian is getting into the holiday spirit. The tarnished star has traveled to Haiti to spend some time "giving back" with the charity cWe Advance, which calls itself "a movement to advance the health, safety, and well being of women throughout…
And the stars came out to Vanity Fair's afterparty, and they wore strange clothes, and we saw their work, and it was Bad.
Perhaps as a testament to the ceremony's name, the stars showed up at last night's Independent Spirit Awards wearing everything from ball gowns to blue jeans.
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.
The 13th annual Hollywood Awards Gala Ceremony (how's that for a generic title?), held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, was awesome. Think A-list stars, and clothes to match. But you don't have to take my word for it:
Variety's 1st Annual Power of Women Luncheon at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel brought out plenty of dashing dames: Anne Hathaway, Christinas Aguilera and Applegate, January Jones, Jamie Lee Curtis, and...Terrence Howard?
[Los Angeles, June 24. Image via Bauer-Griffin]
The Independent Spirit Awards are sort like the alt-prom to the Oscars: The so-called "indie" crowd — plus mainstream celebs posing as hipsters for the evening — turn out to honor work that is supposedly not part of the Hollywood machine. As an added punch, ELLE sponsored the event, and I wonder: did the magazine also…