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As Kim Kardashian and Kate Middleton have so adeptly proven over the past few months, maternity style can come in all shapes and forms. At last night’s Tribeca Film Festival premiere of A Case Of You, we saw this with our very own eyes, as Evan Rachel Wood, Busy Phillips, and director Kat Coiro all walked the red carpet with their hands on their bellies, baby bumps on full display, and personal style still firmly intact.
After Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell were spotted with matching wedding bands, everyone wondered if the two had secretly hitched. Well, congrats to the newlyweds!
The Los Angeles County Museum Of Art‘s Art + Film Gala in L.A. last night drew celebs like moths to a flame. As we would expect of a Tinseltown fête, actors came out in force, but so did fashion people (hey, Karlie and Anna!). Let’s discuss the star-studded red carpet!
Sometimes, not even Prada or Rodarte can save a red carpet. Case in point: last night’s Critics Choice Awards, which featured a host of A-list style stars and celebs wearing no shortage of high-wattage designer duds on the dreariest, most shoddily constructed grey carpet we’ve ever seen.
Lady suits can be a hard thing to pull off, mostly because a whole lot of lady suits aren’t cut right for lady wearers, or said lady wearers don’t style them correctly. At last night’s Ides of March premiere, Evan Rachel Wood showed us how a lady suit (slash tux!) should be worn.
The Venice Film Festival officially kicked off Wednesday with the premiere of George Clooney’s Ides of March. While, sadly, Ryan Gosling was nowhere to be found, Evan Rachel Wood, Diane Kruger, Marisa Tomei, and Cindy Crawford gave the red carpet all the sartorial eye candy we needed. Who was best dressed?
Last night’s premiere of the HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce brought out stars of all ages. The red carpet included Oscar winners (Kate Winslet and Melissa Leo), bright young things (Evan Rachel Wood) and bright younger things (Quinn McColgan).
Last week Gucci debuted the trailer for the TV spot advertising its new fragrance, Gucci Guilty, and revealed that the commercial is being directed by none other than Frank Miller, cinematic auteur of the comic book world. When we heard rumblings of Miller’s involvement, we reached out to our nerd-oriented friends at Geekosystem for a more in-depth rundown: who he his, why Gucci would want him to direct the commercial for their fragrance, and, most importantly, why allowing him into women’s fashion might be a bad idea.