3 posts tagged "Emmy Rossum"
We’re not going to pretend to be huge Emmy Rossum fans, but we will admit to a serious obsession with the hair she wore to the twenty-first annual A Night at Sardi’s gala in Beverly Hills last night. Thirties/forties meets seventies marcel waves had a fairly big moment on the runway for Fall, where hairstylists like Guido Palau, Paul Hanlon, and Odile Gilbert carved out deep parts before implementing soft ridges with a series of pin curls and irons. But Rossum gave her strands a twenties spin, fashioning a faux bob to keep the texture short and high in the back. We’re feeling these retro styles right now. You, too?
For celebs, we imagine any widely photographed event that doesn’t involve a red-carpet premiere poses a quandary: how best to not overdo it with event hair and makeup but still look camera ready—and flawless. Emmy Rossum came up with a good solution at the Darker Side of Green climate change debate in New York last night, battling the damp, windy temps with natural texture and an adorable loose side braid at the hairline. Clean skin, a few lashings of mascara, and a strong brow finished the look. What do you think of her simple, sweet style?
In addition to the myriad movies and quality celeb-watching currently afoot at the Sundance Film Festival, a whole host of brand-sponsored “gifting suites” are adding to the spectacle on Park City’s Main Street. While the dismal economy has had a slight impact on the typically lavish goody bags on hand for A-list attendees this week, sneakers, watches, electronics, and beauty products still abound for those with the right credentials. Drugstore.com has created an “Uncommon Giving Lounge” stocked with cold-weather travel essentials like Advil, Airborne, and Mission chapstick, as well as Anastasia brow kits and best sellers from Stila Cosmetics, for the likes of Susan Sarandon, Emmy Rossum, and Emma Roberts, all of whom stopped by the tent this past weekend. For its part, Beauty.com debuted designer collaboration bags from Shoshanna and Lela Rose stocked with prestige makeup. But it wasn’t all about beauty aids for beautiful people. Perhaps in the spirit of President Obama’s call for an “era of responsibility,” the online retailers are also donating some other essentials—including humidifiers, sun care, and first aid supplies—to the Association of Hole in the Wall Camps, to benefit children with serious medical conditions.