Last night, Australia's Chadwick Models held a cocktail party. Apparently, the invitations specified LBDs.
On a frigid New York night, Sherlock Holmes came to New York's Lincoln Center. And, amazingly, the stars still managed to look chic. Except when they just looked cold.
Can something be called a "blockbuster" before it, y'know, breaks blocks? Whatever, everyone's already anointed the mega-expensive Avatar, and clearly the premiere, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, was a big deal: it's not just every event that attracts this much fab.
It was an A-list family affair at NYC's Ziegfeld Theatre Nine premiere: Madonna and Lourdes; Goldie and Kate; Mary-Kate and Ashley - and, of course, the lovely galaxy that is the cast. And, yes, it was amazing:
Yes, the film may be cockamamie. But when the premiere, at London's Empire Leicester Square, has not just Robert and Jude and Rachel and Heather Graham but Gwen Stefani, too, well, that's all we're looking at.
The launch of VEVO, a music-video website, at New York's Skylight Studio, brought out a ton of stars. Like, a ton: Sheryl Crow, Rihanna, Ciara, Corinne Bailey Rae, Taylor Swift, Adam Lambert. But...what was it?
For a movie about a young girl who's raped and murdered, people sure looked happy at The Lovely Bones premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre. Rachel Weisz and Saoirse Ronan, in fact, looked amazing. And then there were the 90s flashbacks...
Tom Ford's directorial debut A Single Man has been anticipated as a Stylish Event, and last night's screening - at the Museum of Modern Art - was too: a Madonna-Padma-Julianne-studded style extravaganza with just enough train-wreck to keep things interesting.
Herewith, a fundamental difference between America and Germany: here, parents don't let kids watch Bambi; there, they name an awards ceremony after it! (Also, they do that while we eat turkey.) And Kate Winslet and Shakira join them in Potsdam...
We don't often wish we were at these events, but from the impromptu dancing with ballet greats to Natalie Portman's amazing getup to the seriously bizarre socialite-wear, the New York City Ballet's opening night celebration at Lincoln Center looked fabulous.
Where can you find Ed Westwick, Alexa Chung, Henry Kissinger and Moby in one room? Why, the 37th International Emmy Awards gala at the New York Hilton and Towers, of course! And yes, the clothes were equally...varied.
The 2009 American Music Awards, at Nokia Theatre L.A., had the boldfaces: Rihanna, Reba, Paula, Shakira, Alicia, Kelly and hundreds more. And it had clothes: amazing and bizarre. And, oh yeah, it had Bobby Trendy.
R.Patt and K-Stew insulated themselves from the ravening opening-night hordes with a scenester posse at NYC's Landmark's Sunshine Cinema: It would seem Agyness Deyn, Natalie Portman and the entire cast of Gossip Girl are all Twi-Hards. Down to the costumes!
The 14th annual GQ Men of the Year Party at LA's Chateau Marmont had Levi Johnston. It had Kim Kardashian. It had January Jones and Gabrielle Union and Olivia Wilde and Zoe Saldana. And yes, it was surreal:
You know it's fab when you see Anna Wintour and the Olsens. And that it's bizarre when you see Johnny Depp, Patti Smith, and Danny DeVito. "The Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit: A Tribute To Tim Burton" was both.
The Private Lives of Pippa Lee is one of those movies with a cast of thousands, so obviously, this screening, at AMC Loews 19th Street in NYC, was star-studded. Julianne, Penelope, Marion, Blake, Robin, and many more...
When we heard Marc Jacobs and Daphne Guinness were behind the launch of NARS 15X15, a project to celebrate 15 years of NARS at Industria Superstudio, we knew it would be one weird night. We had no idea....
USA Today's 4th Annual Hollywood Hero Award Gala - and Debra Messing, Mandy Moore, Molly Sims and many more - honored Ashley Judd last night. So, were the fashions honor-worthy? Judge for yourselves...