The stars came out to support filmmakers Clint Eastwood and John Baldessari at Los Angeles County Museum Of Art’s Art & Film Gala, which honored the two craftsmen.
Kill Bill star Uma Thurman was a majestical goddess, keeping things simple with a billowing black & white evening gown, but matched it with elegant black flats, giving the overall look a slightly undone and fun feel.
When matched with her flawless porcelain skin, and deep chocolate brown hair, Blunt’s famous features pop even more so.
Additionally, Kate Bosworth, Zoe Saldana, Amy Adams, Kate Beckinsale, Reese Witherspoon, Evan Rachel Wood and Julie Bowen showed their support at the Art & Film Gala, each sparkling in their own way.
Gorgeous super model Rosie Huntington-Whietley sizzled in gold while attending the launch of Burberry’s new scent “Burberry Body” in Beverly Hills.
Whiteley’s form fitting, golden colored body con dress was a perfect choice for “Burberry Body” reminding everyone of the fragrance’s title.
In addition to Whietely, Kate Bosworth, Mena Suvari, Serena Williams, Kate Mara, Rachel Zoe were also on hand to celebrate the launch of the new line and fragrance.
Although she’s been the face of Victoria’s Secret & Burberry previously, “Burberry Body” is Whiteley’s first solo campaign as a model.
Kate Bosworth, Perry Farrell, Nicky Hilton, Kat Deeley (love her!), Deryck Whibley (sans Avril?), Joss Stone and a bunch of other people were all at Coachella yesterday. Seriously, everyone was there, except for me. I can’t handle crowds…they give me “the vapors” and I get all panicky. Kind of ruins the fun, you know?
So, I just look at pictures of other people at concerts and armchair quarterback their outfits. Note to Joss: put on some shoes, before you step on a dirty needle or something!
Kate Bosworth posed for photos outside the “Late Show with David Letterman” studio in New York tonight. She is currently promoting her new film 21, in which she stars with Kevin Spacey and Laurence Fishburne.
21, due in US theaters on March 28, is the fact-based story about six MIT students who were trained to become experts in card counting and subsequently took Vegas casinos for millions in winnings.