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Last night, New York celebrated the annual amfAR Inspiration Gala, while California honored Shirley MacLaine with the AFI Life Achievement Award. But who was best dressed?
We are quite conflicted.
Remember that episode of Toddlers and Tiaras from a few months ago where one of the mothers dressed her 3-year-old as Julia Roberts lovable hooker character in Pretty Woman? Months later, she still can’t believe how much flak she got, and went on national television this week to clarify that the costume was just that: a costume.
Julia Roberts as Snow White‘s evil queen? We don’t quite buy America’s sweetheart as a wicked villain, but that doesn’t mean we’re not going to spend a fair amount of time looking at her costumes.
The Parents Television Council has spoken out against Toddlers and Tiaras for featuring a little girl dressed up like Julia Roberts lovable prostitute in Pretty Woman. But the mother of that child says the TLC show left out footage of her little girl in much tamer costumes.
First there was the Madonna cone bra costume, then Dolly Parton (complete with fake breasts and butt padding), and now the TLC reality show, “Toddlers & Tiaras” has officially outdone itself by featuring a three-year-old dressed up in Julia Roberts’ iconic prostitute costume from Pretty Woman.
The British Advertising Standards Authority has blocked a Lancome ad featuring Julia Roberts and a Maybelline ad with Christy Turlington from publication because of complaints the images look overly Photoshopped. The companies, which are both owned by L’Oreal, acknowledged retouching them, say the images aren’t unbelievable.
Okay, maybe old school isn’t quite the right turn of phrase, but Julia Roberts and Tom Hanks on a magazine cover reminds us of the ’90s in the BEST WAY. Anyway! They’re starring in a new movie together, and consequently also gracing the cover of W.
Walking the red carpet is a daunting task for any celebrity — the fear of wardrobe malfunctions, interview snafus, and worst dressed lists loom . But while most sartorial slip-ups eventually fade, a few live on forever. In honor of the upcoming Golden Globes, we’ve put together a list of the all-time worst dressed celebrities to ever attend these tony awards. And while some entries are obvious — ahem, Lara Flynn Boyle — some may surprise you. Who would have thought the words Diane Kruger and Marchesa would go together so terribly.
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.
Glamour’s annual Women of the Year Awards isn’t just a pat on the back to well-known women who make a difference when they write large checks. It’s a moment when the world takes notice of what women famous and not-so-famous have done not just for other women, but for the world at large.
Julia Roberts wore a floral patterned Dries van Noten frock to attend an “Eat, Pray, Love” press conference in Tokyo today. And while the dress was undeniably gorgeous, we were too distracted by its uncanny resemblance to the Sony Pictures backdrop. Coincidence?
Last night, Julia Roberts showed up to her Eat, Pray, Love premiere in an all-black ensemble consisting of shorts, a blazer, and black strappy sandals. What do you think?
Why are actresses in their 40s dominating the September fashion covers? Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and Elle will all have award-winning, glamorous, beloved women on their covers this fall, instead of teenage upstarts — and we couldn’t be happier!
We’re used to pitting cover stars against one another. It’s just in our fashion blood to do so! But as we pondered who had the better cover — Jennifer Aniston for Harper’s Bazaar or Julia Roberts for Elle — we came across something that left us a bit confused.
Robin Domeniconi hasn’t started as Elle‘s new branding officer yet, but it seems like Julia Roberts wants to lend a helping hand until she gets there. Roberts, whose new movie Eat, Pray, Love premieres in mid-August, will appear on the cover of Elle’s ultra-important September issue here and abroad.
In a survey conducted by The Radio Times, a group of 1,000 men and and 1,000 women were asked to name their favorite female film roles. Not surprisingly, the ladies chose the powerful, independent characters, and the men noted the sexy bikini-clad hotties. So, in an homage to the ladies of the silver screen, we present you with seven of our favorite and most fashionable film heroines.