The Hamilton Behind the Camera Awards, which took place at the Hollywood Highlands last night, honors those behind-the-scenes but was itself camera-ready. I mean, when it's Zooey Deschanel, Zoe Saldana and Diane Kruger, how bad can it be? (Not rhetorical.)
I like that the detailing on Anna Kendrick's dress can double as a deterrent to close-talkers.
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Here's the thing: doesn't Dana E. Glauberman's dress defeat any and all purposes of having sleeves? But to each her own.
Do you think director Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker) deliberately matched the fall of her necklace to the slit in her skirt? Or is it serendipitous?
Tippi Hedren looks Melanie Daniels pulled-together. (Pre-birds, I mean.)
Diane Kruger can wear flats and a jumpsuit. This is the sort of thing a fairy gifts you with in the cradle.
Zoe Saldana's really running with the whole futuristic thing. In this case, futuristic bombshell!
Susan MacLeod is a special effects supervisor. Which is maybe how she supervised the theft of this Klimt.
Nikki Reed needs the jacket to tone down the blinding brilliance of her frock. It's like looking at the sun.
Her bracelet strikes me as confusing, but given that Zooey Deschanel I'm going to go ahead and assume it's actually adorable.
Well. It wouldn't be a Hollywood event without Kat Kramer propping up the red carpet. And by "wouldn't" I mean, "would."