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Last night, January Jones played co-host for Chloé’s star-studded Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Dinner held at Ron Burkle’s sprawling Green Acres Estate in Beverly Hills.
We literally have no words.
January Jones and Kiernan Shipka have completely different red carpet styles, but at last night’s Mad Men season five presentation at the The Paley Center for Media, it seemed like the two swapped outfits on their way to the event. Take a look, and chime in.
It’s always spring in California, and last night, celebs like January Jones, Ariel Winter, Katy Perry, and more took advantage of the great weather to support the Children’s Defense Fund at a Coach shopping party in Santa Monica.
In a mere three days, Peggy Olson, Betty
Draper Francis, Joan Harris, and the new Mrs. Draper will be back on the small screen for a brand new season of Mad Men. Suffice it to say we are VERY excited. Magazine editors have also fallen hard for the show’s leading ladies and January Jones, Christina Hendricks, Elisabeth Moss, and, as of last season, Jessica Paré have been newsstand fixtures ever since the show hit the airwaves. In the spirit of nostalgia, we’re taking a look back at their best shoots, and in the spirit of competition (of which there’s certainly no shortage on the show), we want to know whose you like best.
Our favorite part about Mad Men may just be the costumes, but at last night’s season six premiere in Los Angeles, the dresses on the leading ladies unfortunately fell short of fabulous.
This glorious little time capsule of a scan is taken from an issue of Nylon from the year 2000, and features a 23-year-old January Jones.
A room of gorgeous people dripping in Chanel and diamonds — could anything be more glamorous? Well, perhaps if the rain had held out, but no matter. The 80th anniversary of Coco Chanel‘s “Bijoux De Diamants” collection was still a sight to behold.
Any time you have Julianne Moore (in anything), January Jones (in a complex, fashion-forward creation), and Chanel (anything Chanel!) on one red carpet, you know the best dressed list is going to be stiff competition. At tonight’s 64th Annual Emmy Awards, some of Hollywood’s most well-heeled talents stepped out in bright colors, daring cuts, and eye-catching jewels. Take a look at our best dressed nominees — and let us know if you agree.
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.
Last night, celebs were scattered across the glove, walking red carpets in New York, Los Angeles, London, and Paris. But, you know, who looked best?
Target kicked off their shop-in-shop collaboration last night with a bash in the Frank Gehry-designed IAC Building. It was, as they say, right on Target.
Mad Men is very similar to Downton Abbey in that we really don’t like seeing the cast in “real” life. It confuses us! But January Jones and Jon Hamm are usually excepted from that rule, mainly because they’re both as ridiculously good looking in real life as they are on the show. Basically, the symmetry of their faces transcends time, space, and television. But anyway! They went out last night (for a Mad Men media something something fete) and January Jones had pink streaks in her hair. That is so not Betty Draper.
Ever since we saw the previews for Unknown, starring Liam Neeson, January Jones, and Diane Kruger, we knew the premiere would make for fantastic post fodder. Jones and Kruger may be the two most fashion-focused celebs on the circuit right now (aside from Blake Lively and her Louboutin, that is) and true to form, they didn’t disappoint.
Another Sunday night, another awards show. This time, the stars came out to celebrate each other at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where a decidedly safe red carpet provided but a few outstanding ensembles. Our favorites, after the jump.
Even after watching this video we still don’t really understand why Donatella Versace picked January Jones to be the face of Versace. Smart she may be, but seductive she most certainly is not.
Even though the fashion and celebrity whirlwind known as The Golden Globes is just a sparkling memory in the Internet’s eye, we know that there are still a fair few people who haven’t had the chance to feast their eyes on the glorious bounty of pinks, greens and sequins that dominated the award shoe’s red carpet yet. And to make it easy for you to dive right in, we’ve collected all of our Golden Globes coverage into one post.
Besides the fact that January Jones‘ red Versace number looked decidedly familiar, it also had a lot (or a little, depending on how you look at it) going on. Between the fringe and the missing fabric, we didn’t know what to do with Jones’ dress. Help us out!
This week Carine shocked the fashion world by stepping down from Vogue Paris, Nicole Richie‘s wedding dress was a thing we coveted and Kate and Will got called out on their Photoshopped pics. Whatever, we’re just really glad we don’t work for UBS.
Call it stunning if you will (because it is stunning), but we think January Jones‘ ad for Versace and the marketing fluff behind it is chock full of misdirection.