Archives for: February 2012
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She may not have been photographed sporting it yet yet, but Jessica Biel was showing off her sparkly engagement ring on the patio at West Hollywood's Chateau Marmont while hanging out with a friend.
According to resources, the ring was glitering and large and it was a large, round rock. The actress was dressed comfortably in a gray blazer, black shorts and a rose-colored blouse. Biel sipped on a coffee and chatted up her friend – a bearded guy in a red plaid shirt and black-framed glasses.
The two enjoyed each other's company for over an hour, never leaving their table and mostly keeping to themselves.
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Octavia Spencer, who won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for “The Help”, is planning to turn producer. The actress who said after winning the golden statuette that she was “humbled” by the accolade and hoped she could be a “beacon of hope” to aspiring actresses, has declared:
“I don’t have any role that I want to play. I want to be a producer. I want to be an activist. I was to be pro-active in bringing about work for men, women, boys, girls, everybody who is good at what they do and deserve a shot”.
Spencer will next be filming a role in an as-yet-untitled Diablo Cody project and will also work on “Snow Piercer”.
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Whether it’s this year's Oscar nominees, or just the women we always love to watch on the red carpet, we can't help but muse on what the event's biggest stars might wear on the red carpet come Academy Awards time.
From Angelina Jolie, who almost always plays it safe in black; to Carey Mulligan, the very epitome of youthful sophistication - the hope remains that, rather than a safe, neutral, appropriate gown, our favourite stars will say: "Let's go for the Givenchy Couture, with face jewellery" and give us a moment to remember. Of course, risk taking is just that, risky - and it's a fine line between Marion Cotillard's delicate fish-scale Gaultier gown and Bjork's not-so-delicate egg-laying swan. But there are a few brave contenders.
Nominee Michelle Williams has earned her stripes as a pretty-but-brave sartorial pioneer this awards season, in creations by Jason Wu and Victoria Beckham; whilst Rooney Mara, newly recovered from her Dragon Tattoo haircut, is wowing the fashion world in everything from Givenchy to ASOS; and who could forget Gwyneth Paltrow's significant Oscars hits and misses.
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With every piece promising the highest, softest quality, MaxMara also promised, at the Milan Fashion Week, “atmospheres of the Twenties and Bauhaus rationalism” and clothes for “the strong, determined woman, like Emmeline Pankhurst and the suffragettes”.
It was certainly as expected, both in its pursuit of luxury: angora, alligator, dévoré knits, camel hair, hand-finished double faced cashmere and glossy brushed furs – and in its line up of military-inspired coats and caps with alligator peaks. The glimmering silver Mary Janes worn with everything, sometimes under khaki or black leg warmers held up by crocodile garters, could have been incongruous but they added a girly insouciance to tailored, mannish trousers cut to way above the ankle.
The mood softened to silky flared trousers in the same military tones, soft, bulging cable knits and cashmere shirt dresses buttoned high up to the neck. Then black and white striped jersey all-in-ones were for days when the MaxMara girls doesn’t feel like leaving the house, before hardy monochrome houndstooth trousers suits remind her of the job in hand.
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