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Ever since her gorgeous fall campaign for the French fashion house, we decided that Michelle Williams and Louis Vuitton were a lethal combination. Last night, the actress backed our theory proving that her alabaster skin is all the more striking against an LBD at the Whitney Museum of American Art Gala & Studio Party.
What do Marc Jacobs and Lake Bell have in common? An infatuation with ink virtuoso Scott Campbell. The designer for the tattoos that adorn his body, and the actress-cum-director because he’s her new hubby/collaborator. The two have both stripped down for the next issue of New York Magazine, with Bell nearly baring ever single inch of her perfect physique on the cover while adorned with temporary ink flowers and Jacobs giving the first up-close-and-personal look at each one of this tattoos—from SpongeBob to Elizabeth Taylor as Martha from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? wearing 3-D glasses (our personal favorite). All of the body art is done by Campbell, of course, who is covered in tattoos himself.
If you’re going to celebrate the screening of a film titled, A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, stepping out in a statement dress makes sense. Lake Bell chose to make her statement in a strappy, black creation by design duo Cushnie et Ochs, which she paired with black and gold cap toe pumps (so on trend!) and a metallic, snakeskin embossed box clutch.
Last night we forwent our plans to have a quiet night at home and headed to Opening Ceremony‘s outpost at New York’s Ace Hotel, where celebrities of every stripe assembled to fete the launch of Target‘s GO International Design Collective. We reported last month that Target would be bringing back a sort of greatest hits collection of the designer collaborations they’ve done over the years, and the dresses that will hit stores again this month were out in full force — both on display and on the fabulous people who attended the party.