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Posted in Eva Mendes, Mena Suvari, Molly Sims, Nicole Richie, Rachel Zoe, Rose McGowan on October 20, 2010 by fadedblog

Some of Hollywood’s best dresses fashionistas stepped out on Tuesday night (October 19) for the 2010 CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Finalists Celebration at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.

Headed by none other than Rose McGowan and Nicole Richie, the style savvy stars were on hand to celebrate the 10 finalists for the seventh-annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund initiative, which provides financial support and business mentorship for emerging designers.

The winner(s) will be announced in New York City on November 15 at a gala dinner underwritten by eBay.

Says Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour: “Fashion is probably the only industry in the world where its fledgling talents are expected to be as creatively adept at running a business as they are at design. Many, clearly, are not, and it’s through the support of the Fund that these promising designers will be able to build a future for themselves — and for American fashion.”

Other celebrities in attendance included the likes of Mena Suvari, Molly Sims, Eva Mendes and stylist to the stars Rachel Zoe.


Posted in Alyson Hannigan, Anna Kendrick, Annette Bening, Diane Keaton, Elle Fanning, Emma Roberts, Goldie Hawn, Gwyneth Paltrow, Harrison Ford, Hilary Swank, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jenna Dewan, Jodie Foster, Kate Hudson, Kerri Washington, Michelle Trachtenberg, Molly Sims, Rachel Zoe on October 19, 2010 by fadedblog

Hollywood stepped out in full force (and then some!) Monday night (October 18) for Elle magazine’s 17th Annual Women in Hollywood Tribute at The Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.

Dressed in a sexy orange frock, Gwyneth Paltrow lead the galaxy of stars as they honored Hollywood’s best and brightest talent during a celebratory dinner honoring women’s achievements in film.

The tribute featured a diverse group of women who have had a profound impact on the film industry.

This year’s honorees included an amazing five Academy Award Winners – best actresses Gwyneth (Shakespeare in Love), Hilary Swank (Boys Don’t Cry, Million Dollar Baby), Diane Keaton (Annie Hall) and Jodie Foster (The Accused) along with esteemed director/screenwriter Sofia Coppola (Lost in Translation, Best Original Screenplay).

Several of today’s most acclaimed actresses were also honored: Diane Kruger, Kate Hudson and Kerry Washington. Emerging actress Jessica Chastain (Tree of Life, Stolen) received the Calvin Klein Collection Emerging Star Spotlight Award.

“This year’s Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration gathers one of the most extraordinary groups of women we have ever had the pleasure of honoring,” Elle editor-in-chief Roberta Myers said in a statement. “We’re very excited to celebrate this diverse group of women who represent the best of Hollywood, on and off the screen.”

Other celebrity attendees included Alyson Hannigan, Anna Kendrick, Annette Bening, Elle Fanning, Goldie Hawn, Harrison Ford, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jenna Dewan Michelle Trachtenberg, Molly Sims, Rachel Zoe and Stephen Dorff.


Posted in Christina Aguilera, Kim Kardashian, Molly Sims, Nicky Hilton, Nicole Richie, Olivia Wilde on September 26, 2010 by fadedblog

A tanned and glammed Christina Aguilera was among a slew of celebrity attendees at the opening of LACMA’s Lynda and Stewart Resnick Exhibition Pavilion in Los Angeles on Saturday (September 25).

Joined by the likes of Molly Sims, Nicky Hilton, Olivia Wilde, Teri Hatcher, Nicole Richie and tabloid star Kim Kardashian, the Not Myself Tonight singer was on hand to check out the masquerade ball honoring the second gallery building on the LACMA campus designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano.

Xtina is making more and more public appearances these days ahead of the November release of her acting debut in Burlesque.

The singer-turned-actress’ co-star Kristen Bell has reportedly told fans that the highly-aniticipated musical does not contain any nudity. Instead it focusses on the traditional art of striptease rather than stripping.

“There’s lot of sexiness and I show a lot of skin, but there is no nudity,” she says. “The funny thing about this burlesque in the movie is they sort of reinvented it in a way that Europe already knows it. Americans kind of associate burlesque with stripping, which is not what it is at all. Burlesque is actually sort of a funny, wonderful, playful tease.”

The 30-year-old adds: “The movie will be PG-13 and there will be sensual things about it but it won’t be just t*ts and ass.”