When actor and writer Zoe Lister-Jones (Breaking Upwards, Life in Pieces) set out to make her charming directorial debut Band Aid, a film in which she stars opposite Adam Pally as a couple who tries to save their marriage by starting a rock band, she assembled a depressingly rare kind of production team: one entirely…
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.
After decades of inevitable nuptials and the female leads who are too beautiful and romantical to screw up their climactic hitching, romantic comedies are beginning to relegate their brides to the background while the best friend in all of his or her drunken, self-destructive splendor, takes center-stage and falls…
One thing that's so fun about a theatrical red carpet like last night's Arcadia is that people don't use stylists: it's just pure individual style — and the occasional fumble — on people's own terms.
The bad news about the premiere of All Good Things? Ryan Gosling wasn't there. But don't worry, Kiki — and plenty of rad clothes — were.
The Cinema Society & OC Concept screening of RED, at The Museum of Modern Art, was a treat: Dame Helen looked smokin', and Mary-Louise Parker's bizarre dress, alone, is worth a look!
Given that the Gen Art Film Festival, presented by Acura's 15th Anniversary launch party, was held at at 7 For All Mankind, it's no shocker that guests dressed down — well, for stars. Denim was the order of the day!