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Last night, stars in both California and Paris closed out the week on an haute note in high fashion wares and fun cocktail frocks. In Los Angeles, ELLE‘s Women in Television celebration brought out small screen stars from series like “Mad Men”, “Revenge”, and “Homeland”, while across the pond, the Sidaction Gala Dinner drew fashion insiders in fresh-off-the-runway ensembles. But whose look gets your vote?
We like to think we have a fairly high tolerance for celebrity clothing lines, but this one really takes the cake. Hilary Swank — she of Boys Don’t Cry and consistently good, if relatively innocuous red carpet dresses — is working on what WWD described as “an apparel collection with an athletic bend.” Oh, dear.
We’re not sure what to make of this news, but according to New York Magazine’s Vulture blog, Academy Award-winning actress Hilary Swank is shopping around a fashion-themed game show of which, presumably, she would be the host.
Last night’s Glamour Women of the Year Awards had Carnegie Hall bursting with so much girl power, it’s amazing the place didn’t explode. Last night marked the awards’ 20th birthday, and the star-studded event certainly did that milestone justice.
There were all sorts of events last night (the Hollywood Awards Gala, the Glamour Reel Moments event, the London Film Festival), which means lots and lots of red carpet action. We’ve combed through hundreds of pictures to bring you some of the highlights. Let us know who you think stunned (and who should be shunned)!
Last night Elle celebrated Tinseltown’s elite at their Women in Hollywood celebration. Vets like Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn mixed with the younger set, which included Mad Men‘s adorable Kiernan Shipka (who looked like she walked right off the set in her retro frock). The fashionable crowd included Sofia Coppola (classy in black and white), Rachel Zoe (fabulous in fur), Gwyneth Paltrow (punchy in tangerine) and many more.
Almost all of the November covers are out by now and, with the exception of Anne Hathaway’s gloriously red cover for Vogue, they all feel, well, kinda summery. But let’s take a closer look, shall we?