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In the 1930 film Morocco, Marlene Dietrich raised eyebrows by gender bending in a sharp black tuxedo. Her ensemble’s pièce de résistance was her white bow tie, and since then she has been an emblem for women taking on the borrowed-from-the-boys neck accoutrement. You might recall Madonna’s Dolce & Gabbana tux getup from earlier this summer, top hat et all, as proof of just this.
We’ve always envied that perfect strawberry blonde coif that Rachel McAdams donned in The Notebook, but as soon as we saw actress hit her About Time premiere sporting bright orange hair, we were totally jazzed at premise of Allie Hamilton 2.0. As much as we covet this super-contemporary hue and are tempted to try it ourselves, we wouldn’t give it a test-drive unless we awoke one morning and magically found ourselves with a perfect English Rose complexion.
Ah, Toronto. What a city. Home of the Ikea monkey, birthplace of yours truly, and, as it turns out, the kind of place where Rachel McAdams‘ local grocer doles out pot to his celebrity clientele.
Who knew this A-list actress was such a whiz on the other side of the camera?
Isn’t there something just so delightful about Rachel McAdams? She just has that spark. We know, we know — we sound like a mom. But we can’t help it! It’s that je ne sais quoi. Anyway, Rachel and her je ne sais quoi were out last night for the premiere of Journey To The Center Of The Earth 2 (don’t look at us), where she wore a floral maxi-skirt and matching short-sleeved, crew-neck top by Peter Som.
Rachel McAdams is Glamour’s February cover girl (the last before their fancy makeover in March) and while she looks delightfully spring-y, it’s the inside Q&A that we’re most excited about, mainly because she talks about Ryan Gosling.
We love a good red carpet premiere because they’re a chance for different actresses to show off just how original their style is. But we think last night Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace must have coordinated some kind of sparkle offensive, because they both showed up to the premiere of Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows in very, very sparkly dresses.
This morning we promised you plenty of Cannes-focused red carpet coverage, and now you’ve got it. The film festival kicked off last night with an opening ceremony feted by the stylish likes of Uma Thurman, Salma Hayek, Rachel McAdams, and Fan Bing Bing — all of whom looked stunning and none of whom (in our humble opinion) held a candle to Ines de la Fressange, who wore embellished, flat sandals with her custom Carven gown. But that’s just our opinion. What’s yours?
So Carla Bruni is only in the trailer for her new movie, Midnight in Paris, for about three seconds. But we love every one of those three seconds more than we’ve loved anything else this morning. Except maybe the muffin we had for breakfast. There was zucchini in it.
Rachel McAdams‘s appearance at the UK premiere of Morning Glory confuses us. The actress usually goes for ultra-feminine, pretty frocks, but today she opted for something a little more more.
Rachel McAdams, how we’ve missed her! The actress (and fellow Canadian!) stepped out in New York for the premiere of her new film, What’s The Story Morning Glory? co-starring Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton. And McAdams, in typical McAdams form, lit up the red carpet in a ruched, gunmetal grey dress paired with strappy heels and an arm full of jewels.