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Today is the last day of renowned contemporary art show Art Basel Miami, which calls for a red carpet roundup!
The saying goes that if you build it, they will come. So Tommy Hilfiger, that old stalwart of American design, built a park in the middle of New York City for his fall 2012 runway presentation. And celebrities and editors and fashion lovers alike all came in droves to see it.
What would a Versace for H&M fashion show be without tons and tons of celebrities?
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?
It’s the mystery that stumped a nation: why were normally well-heeled and perfectly put together celebs suddenly appearing in public looking like they’d washed their face with baking powder? First Nicole Kidman walked the red carpet with mounds of white powder carpeting her cheekbones, then Uma Thurman showed up for an event with a light dusting of the same substance all over her face. And just last week, Eva Longoria stepped out for dinner in NYC with the makeup equivalent of football player eye black underlining her peepers. What gives? Well, consider the mystery solved.