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5 Best Dressed at American Ballet Theatre Opening Night Spring Gala

Selena Gomez, Emmy Rossum, Anne V, Lydia Hearst, Karlie Kloss

Pictured: Selena Gomez, Emmy Rossum, Anne V, Lydia Hearst, Karlie Kloss

The American Ballet Theatre 2014 Opening Night Spring Gala took place at The Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. This week features performances of Don Quixote with tickets available. Visit the ABT Calendar for a full listing of upcoming performances and how you can buy tickets.

Top 3 Best Dressed At “Girls” Season 3 Premiere in NYC

Stephanie March, Allison Williams and Karlie Kloss

Pictured: Stephanie March, Allison Williams and Karlie Kloss

Even though it was pretty damn chilly last night, the stars of the HBO hit series ‘Girls’ catwalked down the red carpet to celebrate the show’s season three premiere. Along with the show’s main stars (pictured below), a handful of NYC’s fashion-industry elite, supermodels included, also hit the red carpet.

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For those of you wondering, Lena Dunham still hasn’t gone into rehab for an eating disorder, but who knows, maybe we’ll get lucky in 2014? She still insists on wearing extremely unflattering dresses that do nothing in terms of making her look sexy.

Here are the stars of ‘Girls’, with Lena Dunham, once again, doing her best to get all the cameras pointed in her direction…

Zosia Mamet, Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke and Allison Williams

Pictured: Zosia Mamet, Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke and Allison Williams

Fashionable Ladies at 2013 Tribeca Film Festival

Naomi Watts, Saxon Sharbino, Lydia Hearst, Nicole Steinwedell, Mira Sorvino, Erin Cummings

Pictured: Naomi Watts, Saxon Sharbino, Lydia Hearst, Nicole Steinwedell, Mira Sorvino, Erin Cummings

Here are some highlights from this past weekend at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival: Naomi Watts attended the Sunlight Jr. premiere. Saxon Sharbino attended the Trust Me premiere. Lydia Hearst atteneded the Big Shot premiere. Nicole Steinwedell attended the Raze premiere. Mira Sorvino attended that I Got Somethin’ To Tell You premiere. Erin Cummings attended the In God We Trust premiere. The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival runs through April 28th. For more information on all the films that’ll be showing, visit the Tribeca Film Festival website.

Terry Richardson Definitely Has The Best Job In The World!

Terry Richardson

Terry Richardson

Pictured with Terry Richardson:
Row 1: Kate Upton, Gisele Bundchen, Lily Donaldson, Lily Aldridge
Row 2: Barbara Palvin, Candice Swanepoel, Miranda Kerr, Doutzen Kroes
Row 3: Magdalena Frackowiak, Anja Rubik, Emily DiDonato, Eniko Mihalik
Row 4: Jessica Miller, Lindsey Wixson, Joan Smalls, Jessica Stam

Terry Richardson has the best job in the world getting some of our favorite models to strip off their clothes to pose in front of his camera. Our assumption is that he’s banged most of these chicks and they’ve willingly allowed him to perform kinky sex acts that we could only imagine. There must be a whole catalog of sex photos somewhere on his personal hard drive. We figured to display just how much jealousy towards Terry we should have given that he’s had the hotties above, more in the Gallery, and others who we didn’t post, visit his studio and get either completely naked or damn near close to it. Check out all of Terry’s exploits, including the NSFW stuff, at Terry’s Diary.

And here’s a video of Terry getting a B12 shot performed by the beautiful Miranda Kerr:

Fashionable Ladies @ The Rodeo Drive Walk Of Style Honoring BVLGARI

Bella Heathcote, Christa B. Allen, Drew Barrymore, Kate Walsh

Pictured: Bella Heathcote, Christa B. Allen, Drew Barrymore, Kate Walsh

The Rodeo Drive Walk Of Style honoring BVLGARI took place last night with Drew Barrymore presenting Mr. Nicola Bulgari a Robert Graham-designed torso statuette and the city’s mayor reading an official proclamation declaring December 5th, 2012, “Bulgari Day.” Previous honorees Giorgio Armani (who received the first award in 2003), Valentino (2009), retailer Fred Hayman (2011) and, most recently, the late Diana Vreeland. For more information, visit the Rodeo Drive Walk Of Style website.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ashley Madekwe, Lydia Hearst, Cat Deeley

Pictured: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ashley Madekwe, Lydia Hearst, Cat Deeley

Anne V. @ The Rodeo Drive Walk Of Style honoring BVLGARI

Anne V.

Wow, Anne V. definitely caught our attention at The Rodeo Drive Walk Of Style honoring BVLGARI and Mr. Nicola Bulgari. Legs, legs, legs… that’s all we can say. If you like that then we’d like to divert your attention a few weeks back to Anne’s bikini vacation in Miami. Now those were some nice sunny days.

– Anne Vyalitsyna Catches Some Rays In Her Tiny Bikini In Miami – Gallery
– Anne Vyalitsyna Vacations Wearing A Pink Bikini At Miami Beach – Gallery
– Anne V. Spends Her Thanksgiving In A Bikini At Miami Beach – Gallery

Ladies Who Atteneded Los Angeles Haunted Hayride VIP Premiere Night

Ashley Madekwe, Erin Andrews, Fivel Stewart, Jillian MurrayPhoto Credit: WENN
Pictured: Ashley Madekwe, Erin Andrews, Fivel Stewart, Jillian Murray

The 4th Annual Los Angeles Haunted Hayride VIP Premiere Night was held at Griffith Park in Los Angeles. The event goes through Halloween and is billed as LA’s Scariest Halloween Attraction. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride website. Now that we’ve got the vitals out of the way, on to the poll…

Lucy Hale, Lydia Hearst, Olivia Holt, Sarah HylandPhoto Credit: WENN
Pictured: Lucy Hale, Lydia Hearst, Olivia Holt, Sarah Hyland

L.A.: Fashionable Ladies @ Variety’s Power of Women Event

Fashionable Ladies @ Variety’s Power of Women EventPhoto Credit: WENN
Pictured: Maria Menounos, Stacy Keibler, Serinda Swan, Lydia Hearst, Katherine Heigl, Jennifer Garner & Paula Patton

Variety hosted its 4th Annual Power Of Women event celebrating the 2012 Lifetime Impact Honorees for their philanthropy & attention to charitable causes. This year’s honorees include Jessica Biel (charity: water), Halle Berry (The Jenesse Center), Queen Latifah (The Lancelot H. Owens Scholarship Foundation), Felicity Huffman (Entertainment Industry Foundation and Stand Up To Cancer) & Sue Kroll (Film Independent).

In an attempt to shine spotlight on those charities, Variety puts together a star-studded event featuring 450 invite-only guests made up of Hollywood insiders who come to celebrate, support and pay tribute to the philanthropic efforts of the ladies mentioned above. Aside from free-flowing booze, great food & Hollywood glamour, the event also features Variety’s Philanthropy Bazaar, which attempts to provide an interactive area for guests to engage with the featured charities and participating brand partners. Ultimately, the goal of Variety’s Power of Women is to inspire and encourage people from all walks of life to get involved, give back and make a difference. (Source)

Kristen Bell and Lydia Hearst Open TopShop in Las Vegas

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The blonde-locks-and-tresses duo of Kristen Bell and Lydia Hearst descended upon Fashion Show in Las Vegas yesterday where they opened up the Topshop flagship store. The “veronica Mars” actress was on hand to in a full ice cream-colored and gold accented ensemble which had many in a summer mood. Model-turned-actress Hearst showed up in a simple-but-ornate dress which had no one doubting her runway cred. Rock it, Liddie!

More Ladies Who Attended BAFTA LA Awards Season Tea Party

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Be sure to check out the first group of ladies (including Charlize Theron and Michelle Williams) that attended BAFTA Los Angeles 18th Annual Awards Season Tea Party held at the Four Seasons Hotel. Check out our continued coverage of all the pre and post celebration of the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

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NY Fashion Week: Richard Hambleton: A Retrospective” Opening Party

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The “Richard Hambleton: A Retrospective” is a new exhibition featuring the legendary graffiti artist’s works. For those of you bastards who don’t know, Richard Hambleton has been called the godfather of street art (grabbed that from his Wiki). As with all famous artists in history, beautiful women flock to them, so naturally, the opening party of this exhibition at the Phillips de Pury gallery in NYC (450 West 15th St.) was packed with supermodels galore. And on that note, as I’ve stated on numerous previous occasions, when everything fails in life, I’m becoming an artist! Following some initial hardships, the lifestyle offers a great schedule, pricing power, a cadre of good-looking colleagues and an opportunity to live and work in a great environment! What else could you possibly as for in life?!?

Sampling of Richard Hambleton’s works (credit: Smoke Signals Mag):

Photo Credit: Smoke Signals Magazine

Here’s more juice about the event:

This exhibition will be the final installment of an international series curated by Roitfeld and Valmorbida in collaboration with Giorgio Armani, which has included solo shows in New York, Milan, Cannes, Moscow, and London. Richard Hambleton: A Retrospective will highlight 50 of Hambleton’s most influential works spanning from 1982 to the present, as well as twenty iconic images of the artist’s work chronicled by photographer Hank O’Neal. A new catalogue will accompany the exhibition, featuring an essay by Christian Viveros-Faune.

From his “Mass Murder” installations of the late 1970s, in which he secretly placed blood-splattered, chalkbody outlines throughout 15 cities, to his “Shadowman” series of the 1980s, where ominous, shadowy figures were painted in unexpected corners, alleys, and side streets, Richard Hambleton has permeated our collective consciousness with unforgettable images for over three decades. One of the only surviving members of a peer group that included Warhol, Basquiat, and Haring, Hambleton has been living a reclusive life in his Lower East Side studio for the past twenty years.

Despite a low public profile, Hambleton has continued to create and his works can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Brooklyn Museum, The Houston Museum of Fine Art, The Check Point Charlie Museum and The Zellermeyer in Berlin, the Andy Warhol Museum, the Austin Museum of Art, the Milwaukee Art Museum, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, the Queens Museum, and Harvard University. He was chosen for the Venice Biennale in 1984. [Source]

Photo Credit: Splash News Online

And, the coolest regrettable tat we saw all night was this…
Photo Credit: WENN

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