Hollywood Hits the Red Carpet

Fashionistas rate designers by their new collections -- and the media judge by the quantity and quality of the stars who can be enticed to their runway shows. The city's most stylish week started out slow until Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Marisa Tomei, Camilla Belle and Olivia Munn showed up to the Michael Kors show at Lincoln Center. Nanette Lepore had a front row filled with such friends as Stanley Tucci, Edie Falco and Jennifer Westfeldt. Marchesa managed the media coup of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West front and center, while other celebs there, including Michelle Trachtenberg, Tyra Banks, Madisen Beaty and Stacy Keibler, were utterly upstaged. Said Tucci of his Fashion Week experience, "It's exactly like The Devil Wears Prada." -- Merle Ginsberg


New York Fashion Week | New York, Sept. 5-13

From left: Amy Adams, Emma Stone and Diane Kruger (in Francisco Costa for Calvin Klein) sat front row at the designer's show Sept. 13.

Kim Kardashian (in Marchesa) and Kanye West took in the sights from the first row at the designer's show Sept. 12 at Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal.

Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones in the front at Michael Kors on Sept. 12.

Jessica Alba in Ralph Lauren resort 2013 at his Sept. 13 show.

Kate Bosworth sat in the front at Proenza Schouler at 5 Beekman on Sept. 12.

Harvey Weinstein (with Tyra Banks) took in his wife Chapman's Marchesa show.

"The Master's" Madisen Beaty (left) and "At Any Price's" Maika Monroe flanked Marchesa's Georgina Chapman at her show.

Stanley Tucci and his wife Felicity Blunt at Nanette Lepore on Sept. 12.

Olivia Wilde wore a Ralph Lauren fit n' flare dress to his spring 2013 show.



Toronto International Food Festival | Toronto, Sept. 6-15


From left: TIFF programmer Colin Geddes, writer-director Nicolas Lopez and the film's Lorenza Izzo, producer-star Eli Roth, Andrea Osvart, Matias Lopez and Ariel Levy at the Sept. 11 premiere of Aftershock.

Bill Murray at the premiere of Focus Features' "Hyde Park on Hudson."

"Hyde Park on Hudson's" Olivia Williams and producer David Aukin at the afterparty for the film's premiere Sept. 10.

From left: Producer Jennifer Cochis, Sony Pictures Classics co-president Tom Bernard, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, director James Ponsoldt and Octavia Spencer hit the "Smashed" premiere Sept. 12.




Creative Arts Emmys | Los Angeles, Sept. 15

More than 3,300 TV insiders braved 102-degree temps to celebrate the unsung heroes at the annual precursor to the primetime Emmys telecast. Presenters included such showrunners as Breaking Bad's Vince Gilligan and The Big Bang Theory's Bill Prady, alongside mainstay talent like onetime host Kathy Griffin, who killed with her show-closing note to the contender that triumphed in her category for variety special. "Hello, Schmemmys! And f-- The Kennedy Center Honors!" -- Stacey Wilson


"I will continue to earn this honor," said actor Jeremy Davies (with Lost co-star Evangeline Lilly) of his win for guest drama actor on FX's "Justified."

"This is a total shock!" said Martha Plimpton (in Christian Siriano) of her win for outstanding guest actress in a drama on CBS' "The Good Wife."

From left: "Children's Hospital" actress Malin Akerman, producer Nick Weidenfeld, actress Megan Mullally and producer Jonathan Stern toasted their win for special class programming at the Governors Ball.

From left: Presenter Neil Patrick Harris, It Gets Better Project founders Terry Miller and Dan Savage and TV Academy chairman Bruce Rosenblum. "This win isn't for us, it's for all the LGBT teens out there who need support," said Savage of their Governors Award honor.


"The Oranges" Screening | New York, Sept. 14


"People fall in love from all different age groups," said the film's Allison Janney (with director Julian Farino).

Co-stars Adam Brody and Leighton Meester hit the screening of the film about an older man who starts a relationship with his neighbor's daughter.

Producers Anthony Bregman and Leslie Urdang at the screening, hosted by The Hollywood Reporter, Cinema Society and Samsung Galaxy S III, at the Tribeca Grand Hotel.