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Even with three stylish Obama ladies as residents, Washington, DC is not exactly a fashion capital. This weekend, however, the city got an influx of red carpet regulars thanks to the 2013 Presidential Inauguration. Eva Longoria, Girls‘ Allison Williams, Rosario Dawson, and Kerry Washington were among the politically-minded stars who stepped out at events like the Latino, Hip-Hop, and Green Inaugural Balls, as well as various lunches, brunches, and celebrations in support of President Obama’s second term.
All in all, this year’s Golden Globe Awards drew a very well-dressed crowd. But no red carpet would be complete without some flubs, and the last night certainly brought out some doozies.
At Glamour UK‘s Women of the Year Awards in London last night, the red carpet was filled with glitz and Donatella Versace‘s jacked-up biceps.
At the Cannes Film Festival, the parties are just as fashionable as the red carpet.
It’s only the second day of the Cannes Film Festival, but leading ladies like Marion Cotillard, Freida Pinto, Eva Longoria, and Jane Fonda are making big fashion statements.
Madonna just launched her first fragrance, Truth or Dare, last week, but she already has another one in the works. Groan.
Fragrance reviews are silly. Fragrance marketing is even sillier. So from now on, we’ll be crowdsourcing our fragrance reviews. Read on to find out what our office thought about the latest scent to land on our desk: Eva Longoria EVAmour.
A good friend is there when you’re down, buys you a bloody mary when you’re hungover, and always makes sure your breasts aren’t popping out in photos. Eva Longoria is lucky to have someone like Victoria Beckham in her life.
What happens when an actor steps behind the camera to direct short films for a fashion magazine? Readers of Glamour magazine are about to find out. Olivia Wilde, Zoe Saldana and Eva Longoria have all partnered with the magazine’s Reel Moments program, for which they’ll direct short films telling the real stories of Glamour readers.
It’s the mystery that stumped a nation: why were normally well-heeled and perfectly put together celebs suddenly appearing in public looking like they’d washed their face with baking powder? First Nicole Kidman walked the red carpet with mounds of white powder carpeting her cheekbones, then Uma Thurman showed up for an event with a light dusting of the same substance all over her face. And just last week, Eva Longoria stepped out for dinner in NYC with the makeup equivalent of football player eye black underlining her peepers. What gives? Well, consider the mystery solved.