Girls creator, actor, writer and director Lena Dunham admitted on the Golden Globes red carpet that she would rather be at home, sitting on her bed, eating dim sum and reading the tweets of her followers and fans of her HBO series, which aired tonight.
No such luck. Instead she was all gee-gawed up in a burgundy satin off-the-shoulder gown -- one of her best red carpet choices so far.
We got worried there for a while. It actually looked like black's moment -- its very, very long 20-year moment -- was coming to an end, and we'd have to burn our entire wardrobe. That's how strong this summer of color-blocking was: It nearly knocked black on its back. However, we learned at the Golden Globes from various chic actresses that the "new black" is embellished, beaded, striped with white, or detailed with polka dots and sheer fabric.
At Saturday's BAFTA Golden Globe bash at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, Les Miserables star Amanda Seyfried was overheard telling Hugh Jackman that she was going to wear a white gown to the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday.
And darned if she didn't, turning up in a stunning, delicate white lace Givenchy gown with sexy, sheer panels.
Zooey Deschanel did it. So did Claire Danes. Jessica Alba wore a shade of it. You could say Jennifer Lawrence and Marion Cotillard are in it too. In a sea of black or white -- or black and white -- red orange, often referred to as poppy (the most fiery color around and one that seemed to have its moment last summer), was the standout color of the night.
Johanna Johnston actually was wide awake with jet lag this morning after flying from London to L.A. on Wednesday night.
The Lincoln costume designer found out Wednesday night that her next project —- Steven Spielberg’s Robopocalypse — was postponed indefinitely and was very disappointed because she had been looking forward to the futuristic costumes. She also had "an odd and restless night" worrying about the effect of the cancellation on her crew.
Both nominated for Golden Globes for two physically demanding, dramatic roles, Anne Hathaway and Naomi Watts will be closely watched on the arrivals carpet Jan. 13. And both have been changing up their predictable red carpet looks lately, leaving their safety zones for new silhouettes and bold colors, perhaps inspired by their recent artistic turns. For example, Hathaway lost 25 lbs.
Here’s the first look — call it a teaser — at Katie Holmes’s new ad campaign for Bobbi Brown cosmetics.
The official ad campaign will hit magazines in February. But in this ad, she’s smoldering in creator Brown's new Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick, which is available online and in Sephora stores later this month.
In 2012, we noticed Kerry Washington wore some pretty chic little numbers, including the feisty and flirty peach embellished Gucci cocktail dress she donned to October's Art & Film Ball at LACMA. But now, while out promoting the awards season feature Django Unchained, she's pretty much outdone herself in three spring 2013 looks, all very different, all with European origins worn to European premieres.