Omega celebrates its upcoming opening in Miami’s Design District & beautiful actress Camilla Belle was on hand to celebrate. It’s a real pity that we rarely get to see the 28-year-old actress working her mojo in front of cameras.
For someone as beautiful as her, you’d think Hollywood bigwigs would hook her up with an annual summer blockbuster, but unfortunately that hasn’t been the case. It definitely sounds like Camilla needs to work on getting a new team around for the final few years of her career…
Camilla Belle attended the Guggenheim International Gala Dinner made possible by Dior in New York City. Funds raised were in support of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, helping to make possible the Guggenheim’s care, study, and exhibition of its unparalleled collections of modern and contemporary works of art, and innovation educational programs. Visit the Guggenheim for more information.
Pictured: Camilla Belle, Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne
Celebrities attended the 2014 LACMA Art + Film Gala honoring Barbara Kruger and Quentin Tarantino presented by Gucci. Perhaps the biggest surprise of the evening was the presence of British pop star Boy George and Culture Club, who entertained the guests with a set of four numbers, including ’80s favorites “Karma Chameleon” and “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me.” As with past Art + Film galas, Saturday’s event coincided with a new film-themed exhibition at LACMA. “Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s,” running through April, focuses on the German Expressionist cinema of filmmakers like Fritz Lang and F.W. Murnau.
The always-beautiful Camilla Belle was spotted wearing a light summer dress & sandals as she left Lemonade restaurant in Los Angeles yesterday afternoon after enjoying lunch with a friend.
The stylish 27-year-old has a number of projects, big & small, set for release this year, with the most interesting of the bunch titled ‘The American Side’. Along with Camilla, the film stars Greg Stuhr (also the writer), Janeane Garofalo, Matthew Broderick, among others. Here’s some plot action:
In 1943, inventor Nikola Tesla died penniless in the New Yorker Hotel. Within 24 hours the U.S. government seized everything in his room. But one design was missing. 70 years later in Buffalo, NY, a brilliant young engineer has found it. Source
I’m sorry, but did all Hollywood stylist boycott this premiere or what because everyone looks like they got wasted before putting on whatever they wore to the ‘Cavemen’ red carpet premiere. The only person looking remotely sexy is probably Kenny Wormald’s trophy girlfriend (anybody know her name, by chance?).
The real sad thing about this is that these are all great looking chicks, so if they had just kept things somewhat simple, we’d be dishing praises as opposed to slinging critiques.
As for Camilla Belle, whom we haven’t seen in a while, I would love to say she looks really hot, but that thing is so unbelievably ugly that it’s actually taking a toll on Camilla’s hotness rating. Normally hot chicks can wear whatever and cruise through on their beauty, so we’re assuming this is one of those extremely rare cases…
The Art of Elysium’s 7th Annual HEAVEN Gala presented by Mercedes-Benz took place at Guerin Pavilion at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles. The event was designed by songwriter Linda Perry to express her view of heaven, and it honored actress Ali Larter and comedian Hayes MacArthur for their contributions to the charity, which brings creative arts to ill children. The evening included a performance by Micah Sheiner on Tibetan Bowls and Gingger Shankar on tabla and Sitar. In addition, guests were treated to a fashion show featuring the Marc Jacobs Resort 2014 collection. To learn more visit The Art of Elysium website.
Presented by Gucci, The LACMA 2013 Art and Film Gala honoring David Hockney and Martin Scorsese took place in Los Angeles over the weekend. The gala included a musical performance by Sting and now in its third year continues to be co-chaired by LACMA Trustee Eva Chow and Leonardo DiCaprio. The event also celebrated a collaboration between The Film Foundation, founded by Martin Scorsese, and LACMA and the Annenberg Foundation, to preserve four films by French filmmaker Agnès Varda. Gucci once again demonstrates its support of the museum as presenting sponsor of the Art+Film Gala, with Gucci Creative Director Frida Giannini as Gala Host Committee Chair. Visit LACMA for more information.
Pictured: Eva Amurri, Camilla Belle, Krysten Ritter, AnnaLynne McCord
“A Quest for Beauty: The Van Cleef & Arpels” Bowers Museum Exhibit Gala was held at The Bowers Museum in Orange County. At the museum, visitors can see jewelry, watches, and precious accessories, as well as archival drawings and documents of the Place Vendôme High Jewelry Maison. This was the Bowers’ annual fundraising gala including honorary event co-chairs, Edward P. and Gayle Garner Roski, and Henry T. and Elizabeth Segerstrom. Visit The Bowers Museum for more information.