"I knew it was a brand for me the moment I saw their watches," says the former 'Soup' host of luxury watchmaker Glashutte Original's designs.
"The whole reason I wanted to do this movie was to make sure that women feel like it's OK to just figure out who they are," Johnson said of the offbeat rom-com.
"There's something for everyone in the line," the actress-turned-shoe designer announced during the launch party.
"I just remember Barbie taught me to stick up for others and protect those who couldn't stick up for themselves," said Queen Latifah, adding, "because Barbie was always in danger at my house — I had a big brother."
At the New York premiere for the Weinstein Company release, the actress-producer and her co-star/screenwriter Joel Edgerton talked candidly about the challenges they faced making the Western.
"You got to be in 'the room where it happens.' It's the truth," LaTanya Richardson Jackson said of producers, adding that Academy voters don't necessarily watch films they don't vote for.
After her epic performance — which saw Justin Bieber, Rebel Wilson and Leah Remini in the audience — J.Lo headed over to Mr Chow's new Caesars Palace location for an afterparty that lasted until early morning.
In celebration of the iconic Reverso watch's 85th anniversary, the famed shoe designer incorporated his signature aesthetic: "My work is rooted in femininity, and [in this project] I never lost the vision that I should keep this very feminine side."
"We are nothing without them. We would all be insecure, goofy-looking lizards," says Jessica Biel of her glam squad during Marie Claire's inaugural event at the ever-hip Chateau Marmont.
When we say everyone, we mean everyone. (At least, it felt that way.) From rockers Marilyn Manson and Johnny Depp (who both closed out the night with a rock 'n' roll performance) to actresses Elizabeth Olsen and Emilia Clarke, Hollywood A-listers and fashion insiders alike partied all night on Tuesday at Hollywood's Amoeba Music store, where rows of records and groovy Stella McCartney-themed posters served as backdrops to the models seen wearing the designer's pre-fall 2016 collection.
Calvin Klein's ex-wife — who has photographed the likes of David Bowie, Kate Moss and Gisele Bundchen — describes her latest project as "a photographic journey of my life."
"I’m just waiting to see Leonardo DiCaprio."
Johnny Depp, Amber Heard and Jaime King turned out for the climate revolution-inspired fundraiser.
The luncheon celebrated the films and TV shows that the American Film Institute named as its best of 2015, honors that included 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens,' 'Carol' and 'Room.'
One half of the design team shared his thoughts at the Venice event announcing the N.Y.-based brand's arrival on Elyse Walker's FWRD e-commerce site.
Speaking to THR at the New York premiere of Tarantino's eighth film, his cast and producers lavished praise on the writer-director, who says he wants to stop making films after his 10th one.
The streets were filled with stars from a galaxy far, far away.
A handful of demonstrators gathered across the street from Manhattan's Ziegfeld Theater, holding signs showing their solidarity with the filmmaker.
Pasta for the win.
Speaking to THR at the film's New York premiere, writer Brian Burns reveals how the movie is based on his personal experience and helped him get along better with his wife's ex.
American Apparel founder Dov Charney, director Edward Berger and actress Nele Mueller-Stoefen feted the unique furniture store's latest installation by H.D. Buttercup CEO Evan Cole and gallerist Michael Fuchs.
A glimpse inside RiRi's charity event, where Kevin Hart played host and Lionel Richie performed his famous tunes like "Easy Like Sunday Morning" and "All Night Long."
"It’s been a labor of love," says the 'Playboy' cover star of her new vegan-friendly collab with the French footwear designer.
"With everything going on in society right now — war, all the police brutality," the 'OITNB' actress lamented. "The beauty of it is you see someone that was so strong, get beat up and then find themselves rejuvenated in their own strength again."
Co-star Rachel Dratch jokes about a possible sequel, and Bobby Moynihan explains why people should see the Universal comedy before 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens.'
"Kids today have so much pressure. ... They're not allowed to be kids because their parents are so focused on their adulthoods when they're in elementary school."
On Monday evening, the actress celebrated her new party-perfect dress collab with Christy Dawn at the designer's namesake boutique in Venice.
The 10-episode event series, which among other things explores the role that race played in the murder case against the former NFL star, is "a 10-hour trailer for 'Black Lives Matter'," consultant Jeffrey Toobin said at a New York dinner celebrating the show.
Ron Howard directed Chris Hemsworth and his crew in their battle against the notorious white whale with a grudge.