The celebrity-filled red (uh, purple) carpet featured dozens of dazzling looks — and some genius Marvel-inspired accessories.
The Scottish actress wore blinged-out Alice + Olivia to the premiere of "Ant-Man and the Wasp" on Monday.
NY1 traffic reporter and Complex Magazine dating columnist Jamie Shupak went to DC this weekend to see what Washington’s “Nerd Prom” is all about. While her and her boyfriend, New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter didn’t attend the actual White House Correspondents Dinner (long-standing NYT company policy) they did hit all the weekend’s festivities. It’s Friday evening and I’m standing at the bar of The New Yorker’s party at the W Hotel with New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly. We’re playing the first of many rounds of “New York – DC – Hollywood” which is exactly as it sounds. You point to a person in the room and based on their outfit, guess where they’re from. I warm him up with an easy one. “Dark blue satin,” I say, gesturing to a woman nearby who looks like she just walked off the floor of the Senate. He laughs to avoid answering. (The Commish is so politically correct.) He then looks down at his own getup – head-to-toe black of course – then back up to me. With a shrug and a smile he smirks, “New York.” This game, just like the intersection of DC political types, New York media, and Hollywood celebrities, is both fascinating and funny.
If 1995's Clueless left us wanting more of anything, it was Cher's budding romance with her ex-step brother Josh, played adorably by Paul Rudd (swoon). Thus, we were beyond excited to see that Alicia Silverstone and Paul Rudd were together again at a screening for Rudd's new film Our Idiot Brother.