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Someone, for the love of Alexander Wang, teach that girl how to stand!
While being the face of Calvin Klein and looking nonpareil in one of Francisco Costa’s Resort 2014 looks would put a smile on our face, that’s certainly not the case for Rooney Mara. Despite sporting an uncharacteristic summery glow (and by this we mean not stone cold pale), the austere actress looked just as downcast as we’ve come to expect in her navy crop top and black skirt ensemble. Courtney Love looked equally as unenthused despite her sophisticated guise in an ivory midi dress with black lace detail. Thankfully there were plenty of attendees who didn’t look quite as doleful, including Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Zosia Mamet, Rachel Roy, June Ambrose, and more.
Rooney Mara is really gonna have to push the sartorial envelope to ever trump her Givenchy moment at this year’s Met Gala. Or, you know, she could just wear some frills, show some skin, and cap it off with a tiny hat made of human hair.
If you saw our post earlier today about Rooney Mara landing her first-ever campaign as the face of Calvin Klein’s upcoming summer scent, then you might accuse us of burying the lede. Because last night CK also happened to hold one of the most glam parties to come out of the Cannes Film Festival this year.
Rooney Mara might have taken Riccardo Tisci as her date to the 2013 Met Gala, but now, she’s stepping out with another designer as the newly announced face of DOWNTOWN Calvin Klein.
And here we thought Carey Mulligan and Nicole Kidman were going to have all the fashion fun in the French Riviera this week.
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?
For someone who is so frequently referred to as a “fashion darling,” Rooney Mara sure seems uncomfortable with every last facet of the role. The 27-year-old covers the February issue of Vogue, and while she looks enough at ease in the David Sims-lensed spread, her interview with Hamish Bowles tells another story entirely.
W is celebrating their 40th anniversary this year, and to mark the occasion the magazine has recruited four of fashion’s favorite Hollywood faces to cover the November issue, one for each decade they’ve been churning out the glossy.
Rooney Mara may well have been the most buzzed about actress going into tonight’s red carpet, but her Givenchy Haute Couture gown from Riccardo Tisci‘s Spring 2009 collection left us surprisingly disappointed.
Maybe we’re biased, but it almost feels unfair to pit red carpet attendees against each other when Rooney Mara is on the scene. As Trish Summerville quipped in her acceptance speech at last night’s Costume Designers Guild Awards, Mara “[let] me torture her and cut her hair and bleach her eyebrows and dress her up and try and make her ugly — which didn’t work.” Especially if last night is anything to go by.
The powers that be at Calvin Klein were good to us today, because not only were we sat directly behind Anna Dello Russo, we were nothing but an arm’s length aisle space away from Emma Stone and Rooney Mara, whose appearance at the fall show this afternoon caused a veritable photographer frenzy. Even Dello Russo stood up to get a better look! And later, we totally busted the New York Times‘ Cathy Horyn taking her eyes off the runway to surreptitiously (or not so much) take a photo of the pair.
Yesterday everyone who’s up for an Oscar (and a few people who aren’t) gathered at The Beverly Hilton Hotel for a lunch celebrating the fact that it’s an honor just to be nominated. And while we don’t have a say in who will actually win the awards, we can determine right here and now which actress was best-dressed at luncheon.
We’re not saying that Rooney Mara and Shailene Woodley are in direct competition or anything. We’re just saying they wore sort of similar dresses to the Santa Barbara International Film Festival’s Virtuoso Awards last night and that we want you to rate who looked better.
Oh, to be young, rich, thin, gorgeous and wearing a pastel-colored evening gown on a 1940s-inspired cover of Vanity Fair. That’s what’s happening to Rooney Mara, Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain and a slew of other actresses on the cover of the magazine’s annual Hollywood issue.
Last night we were bored to tears by the super lame SAG Awards red carpet. Leave it to Rooney Mara to school everyone, all the way from Japan.
We did quite a few double takes at last night’s Golden Globes. This thing looks like that thing! That thing looks like this thing!
It’s officially awards season, which means that between now and March, there’s basically a red carpet event every other night. Last night, style stars like Emma Stone, Tilda Swinton, Rooney Mara, and Chloe Moretz (among many, many others) stepped out for the National Board of Review Awards Gala in everything from Miu Miu to J. Mendel. But with the Golden Globes just around the corner, who’s setting the style bar the highest?