The answer is loads of lovely ladies including Sarah Jessica Parker in Giles, Kristen Stewart in Stella McCartney, Sienna Miller in Burberry and so many more. Click away for the entire gaggle of British designer-clad gals!
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley met up with her Transformers: Dark of the Moon costar Josh Duhamel at the launch of BlackBerry's new Z10 phone in LA last night. Other celebrity attendees included Rachel Bilson, Chloë Moretz, and Christina Ricci, who chatted with Rosie on a banquette.
Josh has a big weekend ahead of him as he'll be hosting the Kids' Choice Awards this Saturday — get excited with a look at highlights from past Kids' Choice Awards. He'll also have plenty to do in the coming months as he and wife Fergie prep for the arrival of their first child. Fergie is currently in NYC, where she made an appearance on Good Morning America today and shared that she is still trying to adjust to pregnancy. Fergie said, "I have no idea what I'm doing. I'm just going to play it by ear and see how things go, and let the natural instincts kick in."
Miley Cyrus and Christina Ricci mingled with a fashionable crowd when they attended the Marc Jacobs Fall 2013 show yesterday. Marc's show taking place at the end of Fashion Week wasn't intentional — it was originally scheduled for Monday, but was moved due to delivery delays caused by snowstorm Nemo. Both Miley and Christina showed off their midriffs in belly-baring Marc Jacobs ensembles. Meanwhile, Marc Jacobs's muse Sofia Coppola showed her support for her longtime friend when she dropped by in one of his striped t-shirts. Fashion Week fixture Rachel Zoe also made an appearance in a dramatic blue and white striped frock.
Miley Cyrus kept herself busy during New York Fashion Week, visiting shows for Marchesa and Rachel Zoe as well as hosting a party for Cosmopolitan magazine. Miley isn't just at the shows to make appearances — she might be checking out gowns for her upcoming wedding to Liam Hemsworth. Miley said that Marchesa is "definitely" a possibility for her wedding dress, but noted that she has "so many options" at this point.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Dianna Agron, and Christina Ricci hit the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC last night to celebrate the premiere of HBO's In Vogue: The Editor's Eye. Dianna donned a printed dress from Bottega Veneta, while Sarah Jessica paired a vintage dress with a blue velvet overcoat.
The celebs were joined by a host of big fashion personalities, including Vogue's Anna Wintour and other senior fashion editors, as well as designers Tory Burch, Vera Wang, Marchesa's Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig, and Derek Lam. Models Joan Smalls, Karen Elson, Arizona Muse, and Karlie Kloss turned out as well. We have a look at the trailer for In Vogue: The Editor's Eye ahead of its debut on HBO tomorrow at 9 p.m. Karlie, for one, was excited to see the finished product. She tweeted just before arriving at the Met, "Ready to see the amazing editors talk about bringing the stories come to life!"
The stars came out for the MTV Movie Awards red carpet at the Gibson Amphitheater in LA this evening. Nikki Reed led the pack of ladies when she arrived in a gold Randi Rahm dress with Paul McDonald by her side. Jenna Dewan also posed alongside her husband, Channing Tatum, who was nominated for best hero. Snow White and the Huntsman's Charlize Theron chose a bright red Lanvin look while her costar Kristen Stewart went with a metallic Guishem mini as they celebrated the successful opening weekend of their fairy-tale project.
Presenter Emma Stone, in a Martin Grant skirt and top, posed for pictures solo, and Emma Watson, who also took the stage, wore a printed number by Brood. Jessica Biel went with white Chanel as she preps for her possible Summer wedding. There were many more fun looks on the carpet including nominee Elizabeth Banks in a black Elie Saab jumpsuit and presenter Leighton Meester in a light Christian Cota ensemble. Click through to see all the hot moments and make sure to weigh in on all the MTV Movie Awards red-carpet fashion polls.
Robert Pattinson hit the red carpet this evening for the Berlin Film Festival premiere of his Bel Ami. He joined up with leading ladies Holliday Grainger and Christina Ricci in front of the assembled photographers. The trio were out today earlier as well for their Bel Ami press conference. During the morning chat, Robert discussed playing a bad guy in the movie, his character, Georges. Robert also talked about how he's changed since first reading the script and making the movie in 2010, in addition to how the project differs from his Twilight series. Robert said:
- On why he decided to do the movie: "It's funny, the structure of Bel Ami and the character of Georges really rarely comes up in movies anymore because he's completely unrepentant, and normally a movie has to teach somebody a lesson nowadays. It was quite fun playing that."
- On how he's changed since shooting the movie in 2010: "I read the script a long time ago. I was pretty young. I think I've changed a little bit. I kind of understood that. You create an empire just so you can sh-- on someone else. I think I've grown up a little bit. I'm not as horrible."
- On how the audiences should differ from Twilight to Bel Ami: "I guess my responsibility, I think, it's not necessarily to give anything back other than try and do the best work you can. You get an audience for doing certain jobs, so I think the biggest disservice you can do to your audience is trying to repeat the same thing and to come just to get money or whatever. If a Twilight audience would come watch Bel Ami, it's a movie that I wouldn't have thought that audience would go to, so I think that in some way, it's kind of doing a service to someone. I felt like I learned a lot from it."
It looks like the fash pack in Londontown is getting ready for the Autumn/Winter 2012 show schedule which kicks off this Friday even though New York Fashion Week is still in full swing. Last night at the posh Savoy Hotel on the Strand, models, celebrities, socialites and supporters of master designers such as Burberry's Christopher Bailey, Roland Mouret, Sarah Burton and many more gathered for the Elle Style Awards. Take a peek at all of the high style attendees who managed to make their way onto the red carpet and leave a comment letting me know whose dress you like best.
Last night, chilly London was hit by a gold rush as actresses Gillian Anderson, Christina Ricci, Jessica Chastain, Emilia Fox and Holliday Grainger all dressed up in different style gold dresses for the 2012 BAFTA Awards. This was the ultimate glamorous red carpet as it glittered and gleamed from the dresses, the baubles and the camera flashes. Take a peek through my slideshow of these five gorgeous gold-clad leading ladies and let me know whose dress you like best!
Wow was all I could say when I saw Christina Ricci. Taking a cue from Madonna, she decided to don a long, Givenchy dress to tonight's festivities. However, seeing as it is her birthday, perhaps she wanted to shine just a little more than usual! Paired with red lips, dangling diamond earrings and smoky eyes, this for me, was the most glamorous look of the evening. What do you think of Ms. Ricci's red carpet outfit?
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Christina Ricci went for the gothic romance look via a webbed Zac Posen gown with an incredible train and strategic cutouts. She kept her hair pulled back and accessorized with pendant earrings, but the star was clearly the dress, which looked like it came straight out of a Tim Burton movie. What's your feeling?
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