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As we learned from the Los Angeles premiere of Oz: The Great And Powerful, three leading ladies mean three times the red carpet fun. Tonight, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz, and Mila Kunis broke out some of their best press tour ensembles yet to fête the collab-happy Disney film in London. But who looked best? Well we know our pick — what about you?
Pretty soon, Oz will be the great, the powerful, and the ubiquitous. A whole horde of companies are collaborating with Disney’s latest film and releasing lines inspired by the movie’s characters.
It may be a Disney film, but with a trio of leading ladies like Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis, and Rachel Weisz, you can be sure the style at the Oz: The Great And Powerful premiere was anything but child’s play.
All in all, this year’s Golden Globe Awards drew a very well-dressed crowd. But no red carpet would be complete without some flubs, and the last night certainly brought out some doozies.
Rachel Weisz was the epitome of minimalist chic at the premiere of The Bourne Legacy in New York last night. She wore cool see-through shoes, understated jewelry, and a fitted black dress from Raf Simons‘s debut Christian Dior Couture show — making Weisz the second person to wear a piece from the collection on the red carpet. That lucky, lucky girl.
The British Advertising Standards Authority released a ruling Wednesday banning a print ad for L’Oreal‘s Revitalift Repair 10 because it used a digitally altered image of actress Rachel Weisz that “misleadingly exaggerated” how well the product works. The Authority also asked L’Oreal to stop using post production techniques (i.e. Photoshop) that “misrepresented what was achievable using the advertised product.”
Beauty magazines worldwide often stress the importance of adopting a beauty regimen to unlock future benefits in your 30s, 40s, and so on. But while you slather on some of Philosophy’s “Hope in a Jar” in your battle to beat the clock, a recent survey is telling women to hold their horses and let the secret to beauty come naturally. According to researchers, British women hit their peak of attractiveness at the age of 31 — but what happens after that?