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Attendees opt for the soft and the ladylike at the annual benefit.
This year’s Met Gala red carpet was overwhelming, to say the least. There were tons of show-stopping gowns, but we had to narrow it down to a few standouts.
If you thought the Tribeca Film Festival was just for actors, think again. Last night, Chanel hosted the Seventh Annual Tribeca Film Festival Artist Awards Dinner, and yes,
performance artists couple du jour Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were there.
Another day, another set of Tribeca Film Festival events, and another excuse for us to round up photos of every celebrity in attendance in order to judge how well their stylists dress them.
At last night’s premiere of The Five-Year Engagement at the Tribeca Film Festival, leading ladies like Emily Blunt, Elizabeth Banks, and Olivia Wilde looked amazing on the red carpet. (Spoiler alert: Jason Segel’s new lady-love Michelle Williams didn’t walk it.)
It’s not every day that you can get one world-famous billionaire to sit down and chat with another world-famous billionaire in front of a live audience, but last night Oprah Winfrey and Ralph Lauren did just that. Winfrey interviewed the designer in front of a star-studded audience in New York’s Lincoln Center — and the talk ended with a redux of the designer’s spring show.
Camilla Belle did Fashion’s Night Out right, making exactly one stop at David Yurman “and then maybe dinner afterwards.” And while the Los Angeles-born actress is true to her West Coast roots, she came out to support a New York-based brand. Which prompted us to ask, which city has more style?
Last night, Camilla Belle attended the premiere of her new film From Prada to Nada in an outfit that we can only describe as confusing. The actress wore an all-Jason Wu ensemble that included a ruffled beige bandeau top, high-waisted flared slacks and a black blazer. We’re not really feeling these pieces separately, and together they’re just perplexing.
The festive season is indeed upon on — there were so many events that went down this weekend! While we stayed in our sweats and blogged about Willow, Hollywood’s elite put on their finest frocks and partied like it was almost 2011.
Elle‘s 25th anniversary issue has been met with a little controversy — some of which we’ve harbored right here on Styleite — but we’ll be honest: The short film photographer Carter Smith made featuring the 25 game changers and revolutionaries from the October issue is really quite charming.
The stars came out Monday night in Manhattan for the New York premiere of Rossini’s Armida at The Metropolitan Opera House, sponsored by Yves Saint Laurent. Look of the night? Pants. Maggie Gyllenhall, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Chloe Sevigny all sported jumpsuits.