Stars came out to celebrate the opening of Rag & Bone's new flagship store in LA last night. Cameron Diaz posed with pal Reese Witherspoon on her way into the event, which also brought out Emma Roberts, Mandy Moore, and Kate Mara. It was Reese's first official red carpet since giving birth to son Tennessee James Toth in September. Reese has been all about the brand lately, wearing her Harrow booties and stocking up at the new shop on Thursday afternoon. Cameron, meanwhile, has been spending time with friends and met up with Gwyneth Paltrow for dinner on Monday and a group of ladies for lunch this Tuesday. Also on hand to toast the retail spot were Rag & Bone designers David Neville and Marcus Wainwright, stylists Meritt Elliott and Emily Current, and Mad Men's Kiernan Shipka.
The 2012 Emmy Awards were the hot ticket in LA this weekend, and I was on the scene for the small screen's biggest night, reporting from the red carpet and PopSugar's prime spot backstage in the winner's circle. There, I had the chance to get a behind-the-scenes look at the show and interview many of the evening's big winners just after they were presented with their statuettes.
Take a look at some of my favorite moments and memories from the night, from getting an up-close look at Nicole Kidman's gorgeous gown to chatting with Aaron Paul about Jesse's fate on the last few episodes of Breaking Bad, here. Click through to relive them with me!
Channing Tatum and his wife, Jenna Dewan, joined their 10 Years costars yesterday morning in NYC for a special brunch at the Hotel Chantelle. Along with Channing and Jenna, Anthony Mackie, Brian Geraghty, Max Minghella, Kate Mara, Ari Graynor, and Rosario Dawson stepped out to mingle at the meal. Channing and Jenna aren't the only real-life couple who worked on the film — Kate and Max are also dating! 10 Years opened in limited release last Friday, and the star-studded cast continues to throw their weight behind the high-school-reunion-themed film.
We caught up with Channing and Jenna before they chowed down on their meal, and they told us about their own experiences as teenagers. Channing skipped his own high school reunion, but says he knows their movie is still true to life. Jenna described her high school years as typically Texan, but with the addition of dance class every night. The training served her well — it was on the set of the dance flick Step Up that she and Channing first got together.
He's played an undercover cop, a hopeless romantic, and a stripper in 2012, and Channing Tatum is adding to his banner year with another memorable performance in 10 Years. Tatum is part of an ensemble as Jake, a man returning to his hometown for his high school reunion. Not only does the film provide its fair share of belly laughs, but it also paints a bittersweet portrait of what all those archetypes from our favorite teen comedies (the ones where someone's trying to lose their virginity at prom) might be up to 10 years later. All the players are still the same, but this time around, the cruel jock (Chris Pratt) is attempting to make amends with the geeks he beat up in high school, the popular girl's (Lynn Collins) life is no longer one to envy, and everyone is struggling to reconcile who they used to be with the people they've become.
Jake's on-the-brink-of-engagement relationship with his girlfriend Jess (Jenna Dewan) is the primary focus of the movie, but it's just one of the dynamics on display throughout the night. The couple arrives in town for a preparty at old high school royalty Sam (Ari Graynor) and Cully's (Chris Pratt) house. Now living in the 'burbs with kids and a mortgage, their life is far from the homecoming court of yesteryear. One of the things that I appreciate about this movie is that it could so easily slide into a superficial trip down memory lane, but instead it plays up the realism. It's evident that despite their popular past, Sam and Cully aren't content with the paths they've taken, and they're not the only ones. To find out more about why I loved 10 Years, just keep reading.
Summer is officially here, and to celebrate, Coach hosted the second annual Summer Party at the High Line, where Chelsea Market was transformed into a giant carnival filled with magicians, jugglers, and tons of fun and games. We got the chance to chat with model Jessica Stam about her warm-weather style as well as her first memories of Coach. Watch today's Fab Flash to hear more from Jessica!
It's official: blazers are one of the hottest items in Hollywood. And to keep them fresh, blazers are taking on entirely new forms. There are bright blazers like cobalt blue, light blazers like soft pink, and even funky ikat blazers. But the sweetest of all is the polka-dot blazer, which Mischa Barton, Kate Mara, and Molly Sims have all worn in various colors and styles. And as you can see from these three ladies, they can easily go from casual to dressy with the right accessories. Mischa dressed her polka dots down with jeans and oxford flats, Kate dressed hers up with a sheer blouse and pumps, while Molly went in an edgy direction via leather pants. If you don't have a dotted blazer in your mix, shop one of our favorites below and wear them like these three stars did.
Dianna Agron led a pack of ready-for-Summer stars who attended Coach's Summer Party on the High Line in NYC yesterday. The public park was closed off for the event and filled with carnival games, like a dunk tank and fortune teller's booth. Penn Badgley attended without girlfriend Zoe Kravitz, and showed off a seriously bushy beard. Maggie Gyllenhaal also stepped out to check out the scene, as did Anna Kendrick, Kate Mara, Jessica Stam, Benjamin Walker, and more. Many of the ladies made the rounds carrying pieces from Coach's new Legacy Collection. Anna is hanging out in NYC after a clip from her new movie dropped this week. The Pitch Perfect trailer came out Friday, showing Anna taking a page from Dianna's series Glee and joining an all-girls music group.
Splendid's NYC store opening last night brought out three stylish ladies — Solange Knowles, Brooklyn Decker, and Kate Mara — who all worked the brand's casual pieces in totally fresh, dressed-up ways. Solange opted to pair her white Splendid tee with a racy black lace skirt, Brooklyn worked her bright yellow tee with glittery Miu Miu sneakers, and Kate Mara stuck with a seriously stylish black-and-navy theme. Step inside for a closer look at these fabulous ladies and to shop their Splendid pieces.
Celebs are officially obsessed with the motorcycle-jacket trend, and we are super excited to see them varying the style from leather to suede. As you know, suede is just a form of leather with a napped finish, and its nonshiny appearance opens up a whole new category for the biker-chic trend. Olivia Wilde layered her tough TheEternal leather jacket over an embroidered dress in NYC, while Emma Roberts chose a black suede moto-style jacket to rough up her black-and-white frock in LA. Whether you're looking for a black leather jacket, a suede topper, or a bold colored number, step inside to see a handful of celebs in various styles, and then shop our favorite leather and suede picks.
Busy Philipps, Kate Mara, Emma Roberts, and Mena Suvari turned up at the Viceroy hotel in Santa Monica this afternoon for a luncheon hosted by Clos du Bois wines and fashion designer Tracy Reese. Tracy unveiled her new "Chic Picnique" picnic basket, lined in one of her signature prints, in partnership with the winemaker at the event. She also outfitted her celeb friends in attendance in some of her latest Spring looks. We caught up with Busy during the afternoon soiree to talk about what's next for Laurie on Cougar Town and to hear about some of her favorite award-season adventures with her good friend Michelle Williams. Check out some highlights from our chat:
PopSugar: How's the show going?
Busy Philipps: It's great. We're done for the season. We're done filming. We were so excited for it to come back on the air, and now we're just hoping that more people start figuring out that we're on Tuesday nights at 8:30, and tuning in.
PS: That's always hard, though, when you switch times.
BP: It's the worst, it's terrible. And I really feel sad about it. I wish that more people were tuning in . . . You know, we are a show like Community that has loyal, hardcore fans and for that I am so grateful. It's amazing to be a part of something that people feel so strongly about. We just want to reach the other 85 percent of the population. I hope that they tune in!
PS: And what about Laurie's new boyfriend? What will happen with that as the season goes on?
BP: We're going to see him via Skype and we have a pretty intense connection. And then, he may or may not show up at the end. In real life, in person.
PS: You and Michelle obviously had a busy award season. What was the most fun part memory or event you two attended?
BP: The Golden Globes night was really, really, fun. It was fun because she won. And then, honestly Oscars night was incredibly fun. And we had a great time and we were out very, very, very, very, very late — or early. Which, for two moms, is a big deal. It's funny that that's like, what we are now . . . because we became friends when we were in our very early 20s. It's a totally different lifestyle, but occasionally we get to relive those moments of our early 20s together.