Is there a better way to get back into your good graces than giving you the inside scoop on who wore what at the MOCA 30th Anniversary event this weekend? Seems that anyone who's anyone, including the holy couple themselves - Brangie, was present to celebrate the Museum of Contemporary Art's big 3-0 (look at that we are almost the same age!). And what better reason to put on your pre-holiday party dress?
We love when the fashion industry gives those LA girls a chance to shine. Enter Vogue and the CFDA, who hosted a fashion show in honor of the CFDA Fashion Fund Finalists over the weekend at the Chateau Marmont.
Yes I've been absent again. It's sadly become common place.
But I'm catching up and will hopefully be up and running like normal as of this afternoon.
Looks like this week has been all about Milan Fashion Week and all about Dolce & Gabbana (with a bit of Marley & Me in there too).
I wonder if Dolce flew everyone there in one private plane?? Can you imagine??
Oh and it's just not fair that Gisele is beyond perfect.
Ok it was near impossible, but I narrowed it down to 10 best dressed.
So let's narrow it done to one from this group and one from the next, to see who your top two favorites are.
Am I being terribly unfair? Did your favorite look not make it up here? Let us know!!
Tagged with: Freida Pinto, Kate Beckinsale, Cameron Diaz, Eva Mendes, angelina jolie
Eva Mendes chose yet another Bill Blass number for the LA premiere of The Spirit. You have to give it to her, she knows what works and rarely strays.
You know I've been complaining about nothing but darkness on the red carpet so this makes me very happy. It's like a little bit of sunshine on the day before a snow storm!
Granted it's a bit off season, it is Christmas after all, but it's so happy that I can't help but like it.
I have zero interest in seeing The Spirit. Yes I know I'm supposed to be into graphic novels etc, but I've always found Frank Miller to be a bit too gruesome for my taste (I was not a fan of Elijah Wood as a blind cannibal in Sin City, but that's just me).
But last week's various events promoting the new movie brought out stars Scarlett Johansson and Eva Mendes in what felt like the greatest pairing since Thelma & Louise.
5 - count them - 5! Red Carpets...
You think these two are friends in real life? If not they should be...if only for the shopping trips.
I love Scarlett's younger, edgier wardrobe, but Eva's Sophia Loren like looks and very classy 50's starlet outfits (a lot of Bill Blass and Michael Kors) made her the week's standout.
Now if only I was excited to see this movie.