It was a fun-filled seven days for our favourite celebrities this week, with movie premieres and stylish parties dominating the agenda. Kate Moss and Stella McCartney showed us how it was done in the '80s with a wild surprise party for a close friend, while Australian Princess Mary was celebrating in a very different way as Prince Willem-Alexander took the Danish throne after his mother's abdication. The Great Gatsby and Star Trek: Into Darkness premieres ensured we were supplied with plenty of red carpet sightings, including Leonardo DiCaprio and Zoe Saldana, while on set in New York, Girls stars Lena Dunham and Adam Driver got us excited for the third season. And on a beach in Miami? Julianne Hough and Nina Dobrev braided each others' hair. Cute. Click through to see all the pictures from this busy week!
Lena Dunham got cosy with her co-star Adam Driver while they filmed a scene for the third season of Girls in NYC. Adam tickled Lena and she returned the love by pecking him on the cheek after they also showed PDA on set during filming last week in Brooklyn. The other Girls cast members have been hard at work on the new season as well. Lena shot scenes with Allison Williams last week while wearing colourful frocks and a "birthday b*tch" hat, perhaps a nod to a special celebration in an upcoming episode.
In addition to working on the series, Lena's been busy mixing in with New York's glittering party scene, attending the Time 100 Gala last week and presenting at the 2013 Actors Fund's annual gala on Monday. She's also apparently searching for a new home and checked out a $4.45 million penthouse in Brooklyn over the weekend.
With a tagline like "F*ck weddings," you know you're in for a treat. US label Stone Fox Bride released its Spring 2013 look book this week, featuring designer Pamela Love lip-locking with none other than Jemima Kirke — also known as Jessa Johansson from HBO's Girls. While it may be considered a strong statement (with same-sex marriage laws being debated as we speak), it also simply highlights the elegance and grace of two women together, wearing beautifully crafted dresses. If you're a bride who essentially hates all things bridal, then Stone Fox Bride is your go-to for beautiful non-wedding wedding dresses. The brand eschews "anything puffy or fluffy, stiff flowers, and pink cupcakes" and is more for the backyard barbecue bride than the stuffy princess type.
We love how the line celebrates "looking like a more radiant version of your regular self," and prioritises being cool and comfortable over everything else. Each custom-made dress is hand-draped in New York and made with fabrics sourced from Italy, India, and France. Stone Fox Bride has a plethora of colours to choose — you can even dream up your own ombré combination — in addition to tons of lengths, silhouettes, and styles. With evocative style names like The Frida, The June Carter, and, of course, The Jemima, each gown has a cool, laid-back personality of its own. If you prefer floral crowns to traditional veils and long and lacy rather than big and poufy, then this is the bridal line for you. Best bit? They ship to Oz! Click through now to see all of Stone Fox Bride's stunning Spring gowns.
While we enjoy watching her character Marnie on the HBO show Girls, it's Allison Williams's flawless red-carpet style that has us sold. From premieres to parties to award shows, Williams has wowed in high-wattage hues, statement jewels, and form-flattering confections so perfect you'd think they were constructed specifically for her. To top it all off, she's become the style poster child for classic and feminine yet sleek and fashion-forward silhouettes. She blends no-fail shapes with cool designer names, and vice versa, she opts for pieces with a slightly edgier feel and an all-American label behind them. No matter how you spin it, we've got our eye on Williams's styling prowess — see our favourite looks inside.
Season two of Girls wraps up this week, and the Emmy-winning series proved to be a must-see show in many ways in its second year. There have been hilarious lines, awkward interactions, and some disturbing moments that still have people talking. Before we say goodbye to Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna in 2013, check out the most jaw-dropping moments of Girls' second season.
Girls airs tonight at 5:30 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. on Showcase.
In its second season, HBO's comedy Girls is really hitting its stride. Thanks to new faces, new relationships and new wacky hijinks, the show is funnier than ever — which is exactly why you should be tuning in. In this episode of The Buzz, Entertainment Reporters Becky Kirsch and Shannon Vestal tell you why you can't miss Girls this season.
Girls airs on Mondays at 8:30 p.m. on Showcase.
When a show called Girls debuted on television in April last year, it almost instantly catapulted the show's creator and star, Lena Dunham, to dizzying levels of fame (we're talking Golden Globes here!). Slower to garner attention, but now rapidly catching up to Lena, are the boys who provide many of the plotlines for the Girls girls. It's fair to say there's something about these guys — most of them aren't your quintessential golden boys, or square-jawed model types, but they're winning accolades, big roles and more fans than ever thanks to the show. Here, we've pulled out a few fast facts on the guys you need to know about — click through to get to know them, and if you haven't seen the show . . . Get downloading!
Hands up who has a crush on Christopher Abbott? You know, Charlie from Girls? Well if you don't, you just might after watching this short but oh-so-sweet clip from Free People. The US-based chain store known for its boho-gypsetting aesthetic is making in-roads in Australia — delivering down under via their e-shop and launching a pop-up store in Brisbane. Word on the street is that Free People may soon be available IRL via Myer in Sydney and Melbourne. Or, you can find your local stockist by calling (07) 5591 7233. Anyway, back to the cute boy, we mean, cool clothes. The moody film really does draw you into this romantic tale but we couldn't help but notice the flash of an anglaise hem, and the camera spanning over the odd expanse of cotton voille paisley print. The threads really do play an important supporting role. Watch the clip. . .
Calling this past week a big one may be a slight understatement. With the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards kicking us off, we were thrown into a glamorous world full of incredible dresses, funny on-stage moments and red carpet shenanigans. Ben Affleck and Sofia Vergara brought some laughs to the red carpet when they busted out some moves together, and Jennifer Lawrence wowed crowds with her showstopping Dior gown. Meanwhile, Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom put to bed rumours of their split with a loved-up date night at the Instyle after-party. A world away, Robert Pattinson pulled a sneaky on us by arriving at Melbourne airport without any fanfare — he kept his arrival so quiet, he had no fans around him! That's not nearly all, though — click through to see what else your favourite stars got up to!
Lena Dunham was a newcomer on stage at the Golden Globes after earning honours for the very first time. The writer and actress received a statue not only for her part on Girls but also for the HBO hit as a whole. Back in the press room, she joked about getting wrapped up in awards season and how she "drank the Kool-Aid" by wearing heels to the show. She also answered questions about how she feels about critics of Girls, which Lena says are just part of her job. Check it out!