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This is a reminder of what fashion is like at its best.
There were a lot more winners than losers, at least sartorially.
From a gorgeous Donna Karan gown worn by Vogue's Rickie de Sole to the Frick Young Fellows Ball to perfect pants looks from Jenna Lyons and Zosia Mamet to Gwyneth Paltrow's flawless figure, there was a lot to admire among this week's best dressed. Click through to see them all!
Last night's Met Gala offered plenty of ultra-glam shots--but thanks to the crowded red carpet it also gave us some excellent and hilarious photobombs. And, as everyone knows, as fun as it is to see your favorite celebrities looking all poised and fancy, posing for the cameras, it's even more fun to see them looking slightly disheveled and confused in the background. So without further ado, click through to see the best photobombs of the night, from Amy Poehler's awesome mischievous grin, to Donatella Versace's poker face.
The White House Correspondents' Dinner, which took place Saturday night in DC, always makes for an interesting red carpet. The event is a strange mix of politicians, New York's media power players, and celebrities from the A list on down to the D list. We're talking President Obama and Kim Kardashian in the same room ("Why is she famous anyway?" Obama joked during his speech). And that makes for some very interesting fashion. Take a look. And watch President Obama's hilarious speech first. He's so good.
I'm going to start this review by apologizing profusely to Alice Temperley, because her gorgeous spring collection did not have my full attention. And that's not because it was boring. Just the opposite, in fact. Held in a grand hall in the British Museum, models entered through a central door, walked a circuit in front of the audience, then went to stand on the stairs in a lovely tableau. There was drama, there was sparkle, there was visible nudity under many sheer looks. But Pippa Middleton was in the front row. Pippa quietly snuck in before the show started and a pair of guards stood in front of her until everyone was seated. I'm not sure the room really realized who was there until the photogs figured it out and all lenses were suddenly aimed at her. She looked fresh-faced and lovely, and smiled throughout the show, obviously liking what she saw. And here's what she saw: