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On Wednesday, the World Gold Council hosted a pre-Globes lunch in honor of Miss Golden Globe, Francesca Eastwood, daughter of Clint Eastwood and actress Frances Fisher. The 19-year-old already has a reality show under her belt — E!’s Mrs. Eastwood & Company — and her first feature due in 2013. And she’ll be giving out the statuettes with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on Sunday night at the Beverly Hilton.
Unlike most Globes-goer’s, Eastwood was all too eager to let THR in on her Golden Globe gown choices: She will arrive in a gown by Pronovias, the Barcelona-based wedding gown design company which also makes intricate gowns and cocktail dresses. For the actual telecast, she’ll change into an Armani gown. And she told us at the World Gold Council lunch at the new Selma House at the Chateau Marmont that she might even change for the Warner Bros. and InStyle after Globes party. Her hair and makeup look will change several times during the evening, and she’ll have her own team backstage. Lucky girl — she’s being styled by Deborah Waknin, who is the stylist to Halle Berry, Sofia Vergara and many other actresses. Wankin has been on the Hollywood high fashion circuit for a long time. And Miss Golden Globe will, of course, be wearing gold and probably diamond jewelry by Neil Lane, who also attended the lunch.
The movie Eastwood just finished is called Final Girl, and stars Wes Bentley and Abigail Breslin. It was directed by Eastwood’s rather controversial boyfriend, Tyler Shields. Of course, he’s notorious for burning her Birkin bag on Mrs. Eastwood in the name of art, which brought a world of controversial press down on the two of them.
“Tyler got me an orange Birkin bag to say he was sorry,” she told THR. “I love Birkins and that was never meant to be my statement on Birkin bags. I had no idea that that action would get that much press. Although I must admit, I actually prefer Hermes Kelly bags to Birkin bags.”
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