Cannes you believe it's over? After a two week-long red carpet marathon of some of the most gorgeous gowns we've ever seen--and some absolute atrocities--the 2013 Cannes Film Festival has come to a close. But while the cameras may have ceased flashing and the film reels stopped rolling, let's not forget the memories: Those countless Cannes moments that we'll simply never forget. ...Especially since we've put together this nifty gallery to showcase the best of 'em! Click through for "embarrassing," "accidental" T and A with a little crying and some recyclables to mix it up a bit.
We're right smack in the middle of awards season, with the Golden Globes safely behind us. While there are still a lot of big red carpets to look forward to in February--like the Grammys, the Oscars, and the BAFTAs--a few early contenders for strong red carpet hair trends have emerged. And unlike those complicated braids and tortured updos of previous years, a lot of these are looks that regular people can achieve in the comfort of their own homes without needing five stylists at your beck and call. From Rooney Mara to Meryl Streep, click through to see the six hair trends we've spotted so far--plus a few tips for getting the various looks. Will these trends have staying power over the next few red carpets?
Last night, we stopped by the Huffington Post Game Changers Awards at Skylight Soho. Aside from odd occurrences like Occupy Wall Street protesters chanting outside and a fire alarm going off, there was an interesting mix of people there. We chatted briefly with Bai Ling, who was surprisingly pleasant to talk to even though her presence there was kind of baffling. The former Celebrity Rehab star told us she had a new song out on iTunes called "Rehab" and that her style has gotten more conservative since she got sober. Later on, we caught up with Warby Parker's Neil Blumenthal David Gilboa and Andrew Hunt. When asked what they thought of all the companies copying them (Eyefly, Shauns Shades), Neil offered, "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery...I don't know why someone would want to dedicate time to copying someone else, though."