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Kate Mara is sitting down, standing up, and sprawling out with Elle. In the July issue shoot, the House of Cards star opens up about career and family — namely the other Mara, Rooney. When asked what it’s like to be the older sister of an Oscar nominee, she answers, “People want it to be much more complicated than it is. Family is family, a career is a career.” She adds, “We’re both more concerned with beating ourselves up than competing with each other.”
Kate Mara’s light green Mulberry ensemble at last night’s House Of Cards Q&A in California was nice, but it was really the sherbet collar that made it great.
Kate and Rooney strike again! On Wednesday, the stylish sisters hit the red carpet for the premiere of Kate’s series “House of Cards”, and last night they stepped out once more to promote Rooney’s new movie Side Effects.
From a Dior boutique opening to a Netflix mini-series premiere to, well, Diane Kruger: who gets your vote for best in show?
It’s rare to see stars wear anything from last season, which is why Cate Blanchett looked so refreshing (and not to mention va-va-voom) in Armani Privé from the designer’s spring 2009 collection at the AACTA Awards in Sydney, Australia on Tuesday.
We’re not sure at what point seeing Raf Simons‘ Dior looks on the red carpet will cease to give us a little jolt of excitement, but we haven’t reached it yet. Last night, it was Kate Mara‘s turn to give the Spring 2013 collection a whirl, at the premiere of the Netflix original series “House Of Cards”. Plus, see Scarlett in Dolce & Gabbana, Renée in Hugo Boss, and more!
For somewhat obvious reasons we tend to favor the East Coast when it comes to debates over NYC vs. California style. But last night, Hollywood turned it out for a slew of glitzy events, trouncing their coat-clad counterparts.
Vogue put Rooney and Kate Mara on this year’s best dressed sisters list, and last night the stylish siblings battled it out on the red carpet.
On the whole, the SAG red carpet was a disappointment. There weren’t an overwhelming number of looks we loved, nor were many fashion risks taken. Most of the sartorial choices just felt pretty safe, you know? Alas, there were indeed some actresses who looked worse than others.