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Ain’t no party like a Chanel party, and that’s a fact. Last night, the brand hosted an Artists Dinner during the Tribeca Film Festival, drawing scenesters, models, and media types alike. Here’s a look at what everyone wore.
Who said the desert couldn’t stand a little more heat?
At the premiere of her new film, Sunlight Jr., the always-stunning Naomi Watts stepped out in a printed Alexander McQueen sheath and shoes, bright red clutch from The Row, and Monique Péan jewelry that wowed.
The fashion set stepped out in style at last night’s Vanity Fair party for the Tribeca Film Festival. Vera Wang, Rachel Roy, Karolina Kurkova, and more were decked out in menswear-inspired ensembles that were actually quite sexy and feminine, while Tory Burch and Tao Okamoto brought a dash of color and prints.
It was a quiet night at the Tribeca Film Festival, where Jennifer Morrison, Jamie Chung, and ESPN’s Erin Andrews were fete-ing new films in varying degrees of premiere-appropriate attire. Uptown, ladies who lunch mixed with ladies who run makeup companies who mixed with models, designers, and television hosts for the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s annual spring ball, which was sponsored by Gucci and which had a perhaps unofficial dress code of black and white and gold. Also, Cameron Diaz went out in Las Vegas.
If you thought the Tribeca Film Festival was just for actors, think again. Last night, Chanel hosted the Seventh Annual Tribeca Film Festival Artist Awards Dinner, and yes,
performance artists couple du jour Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were there.
Another day, another set of Tribeca Film Festival events, and another excuse for us to round up photos of every celebrity in attendance in order to judge how well their stylists dress them.
The Tribeca Film Festival is well underway, which means the stars are out in New York City (not so much in the sky though…just on various red carpets about town). And you know what that means, folks: DRESSES!
Between the Tribeca Film Festival, The Avengers‘ London premiere, the opening of the Mercedes-Benz Transmission LA: AV Club exhibit at MOCA, and no shortage of screenings, celebrities everywhere were out in full force and across the globe.
At last night’s premiere of The Five-Year Engagement at the Tribeca Film Festival, leading ladies like Emily Blunt, Elizabeth Banks, and Olivia Wilde looked amazing on the red carpet. (Spoiler alert: Jason Segel’s new lady-love Michelle Williams didn’t walk it.)
Last night entertainment and fashion folk alike stepped out to celebrate the start of the Tribeca Film Festival at the State Supreme Courthouse in New York City. Vanity Fair threw the fete, which drew an eclectic crowd of actors, designers, models, and…Judge Judy.
Crystal Renn is as smart as she is beautiful — and she is really beautiful. We’ve always enjoyed looking at the model’s pretty pictures, but also listening to her speak about important issues in the fashion industry. As such, we were downright tickled when we spotted her at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Karl Lagerfeld‘s Magnum ice cream shorts.
We chatted with plenty of fashionable folk at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Karl Lagerfeld‘s Magnum ice cream shorts, but none left us wanting more quite like Olivier Theyskens did. Let it be known: Theyskens knows who is designing Kate Middleton‘s royal wedding dress, and he almost spilled the beans.
We don’t know if it was the frozen treats or the affect of being in the presence of the Kaiser, but the spirits at last night’s Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Karl Lagerfeld‘s Magnum ice cream shorts were high. Seriously, everyone we talked to was such a delight!
Karl Lagerfeld will be debuting not one but three short films at the Tribeca Film Festival this month, all starring Rachel Bilson and all promoting Magnum ice cream.
The Tribeca Film Festival, which came to a close on Thursday, is never one to disappoint in the fashion department. With its laid-back trendiness and cool attitude, the TFF is the festival to see some of the best fashion moments of the season. Silver screen stars never fail to entertain fashion fiends like us, and always offer an unexpected mix of high-end glam and downtown chic. To keep the thrill of this Manhattan mainstay alive a little while longer — we can’t bear to let it go just yet — we’re recapping some of the festival’s most noteworthy ensembles…
This is Kate Hudson getting a little help from Jessica Alba on the red carpet of the Tribeca Film Festival screening of “The Killer Inside Me.”
For her upcoming role as a wayward high-schooler in “Beware the Gonzo,” a dimly-lit teenage drama that premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival today, Zoe Kravitz called up her “dear, dear friend Alexander Wang” to help with the costumes.
Last month, Laura and Kate Mulleavy of Rodarte announced they’d be designing the costume for a ballet in Darren Aronofsky’s new film Black Swan, starring Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis. It turns out this wasn’t their first foray into cinematic fashion — Daily Front Row reports that the Mulleavy’s designed the costumes for Bastard, a short film written and directed by Kirsten Dunst.