Film director Lee Daniels was among arrivals at the 2015 Met Gala. He was snapped leaving the Mark Hotel in New York ahead of the event, alongside a host of other celebrities who were adhering to the theme of China: Through The Looking Glass.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was one of the most breathtaking beauties at this year's Met Gala fashion event. She was snapped stepping out of the Mark Hotel in New York with a guest wearing a gorgeously shaped pale pink gown with her long hair pulled back into a bun.
Kate Moss has attended two events this week and it's not even the weekend
While Kate Moss may be an international supermodel first, by the look of her week so far she’s still very much a party girl second having boogied late into the evening on both Tuesday and Wednesday night. On Tuesday the mum of one celebrated 50 years of one of London’s most prestigious nightclubs, Annabel’s, and showed all the other guests how to party in style.
Kate Moss attended London's iconic nightclub Annabel's in this beautiful pink polka dot ensemble on Tuesday night
Still sexy at 40, Kate, who celebrated the big 4-0 by shooting a Playboy magazine cover, danced until dawn and was spotted dancing in the DJ booth before eventually leaving with her friend, Dave Gardner.
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'12 Years A Slave' star Chiwetel Ejiofor with his model girlfriend Sari Mercer were among the stunningly dressed celebrities snapped leaving their New York hotel to attend the 2014 Costume Institute Gala where this year's theme was 'Charles James: Beyond Fashion'.
Arrivals at the Innovator of the Year Awards organised by WSJ Magazine (from the publishers of The Wall Street Journal) at the Museum of Modern Art in New York included the wife of News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch, Wendy Leng; Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour; Vogue International Editor at Large Hamish Bowles; ice hockey player Sean Avery; 'Revenge' star Christa B. Allen; Milk Studios founder Mazdack Rassi; fashion photographer Mario Testino and artist and designer Patrick Kinmonth.
Rihanna has been braving London’s cold snap in skimpy denim shorts. Is there anything Rihanna can’t pull off? Even when heading back to airports and returning to hotels, the Barbadian star looks effortlessly cool. The Rihanna Twitter page also got a surprise update.
The star had - according to The Sun - spent the day posing for Mario Testino in Kentish Town, when she was snapped in her miniature shorts, which she donned despite the cold weather, leopard-print boots and a long jacket. She was also in possession of a suitably fashionable book by acclaimed photographer Mario Testino. And her contemporary-clad exploits don’t stop there; up early for her flight back to the US this morning, she was seen in tracksuit bottoms and heels, a black bomber jacket and her trademark round sunglasses, even though it was still dark. Before putting all that on, though, Rihanna surprised Twitter with a seemingly topless pic, with her looking extremely tired. “I just wanna send blessings to everyone who was a part of making this day a special one for me! I won't ever forget this day, so thanks to u,” she’d posted the night before.
Her Twitter profile has been in the news recently, given her surprising support of Chris Brown and his drug controversy. He was, of course, sentenced for violent conduct against her, but three years on, the 24-year-old has clearly put that behind her, tweeting: “@chrisbrown I’m praying for you and wishing u the best today” when he found himself in court for failing a drug test.
The September 2007 issue of Vogue was the magazine's biggest issue ever, and the filmmakers follow the incredibly hands-on Wintour through the process, from brainstorming the concepts to deciding which clothes to feature, planning photo shoots and ultimately choosing what images will make it in. Known as a demanding tyrant (one editor calls her "the pope of fashion"), Wintour also gives us a glimpse of her childhood in London and the family pressures that fuel her perfectionism.
Continue reading: The September Issue Review