Vogue Magazine and Express celebrated six of Hollywood's young scenemakers on Thursday with a soiree held at the Chateau Marmont.
Glee’s Mark Salling was among the honorees at the fashion event, telling The Hollywood Reporter that he draws inspiration from a rock legend when it comes to his personal look.
"I really like Kurt Cobain style a lot,” he said of his own style icon.
Fans can currently see Salling on the fourth season of Glee, which premiered on Sept. 13. With half the crew graduated and a new crop of students entering McKinley High, Salling confessed, "it feels like it is a new show."
“I like the New York stuff a lot, and I think it will be interesting to check out what Puck’s character will be into,” he added.
Boss’ actress Kathleen Robertson -- who was featured in THR's Emmy's Supporting Actress Roundtable in late July -- also attended the magazine’s event and revealed her most regrettable red carpet faux pas.
“Hot Pink! I tried to rock the hot pink trend, I wore a little pink dress and I looked like a cupcake,” she said. “It was awful. Hot pink only for my shoes and that’s it.”
Robertson also told THR about the second season of her Starz’s show, in which she co-stars alongside Kelsey Grammer. “The show is doing great, the audience response has been amazing," she said.
“It’s a show that I feel is really growing and building, it’s one of those shows that when people see the first season on iTunes or on demand, out of a sudden it becomes like ‘Boom,’” she added of the show's growing fanbase.
Twilight’s Julia Jones also stopped by the carpet and chatted with THR about the end of the road for the beloved franchise.
“I feel bittersweet about it, it was an amazing experience and I will miss so many aspects of it, but at the same time, I am excited to move on and see new things,” Jones noted.
Jones considered supermodel Kate Moss her biggest fashion icon: “She can wear pretty much anything and look effortlessly pretty. She inspires me."