You Gotta Have Heart
Chanel fetes Drew Barrymore's new book, while Tory Burch celebrates her just-opened Rodeo Drive store
Some in Hollywood were still nursing Golden Globe hangovers, but Tuesday night was a big one for parties in L.A. First up was cocktails and dinner at Chanel's Robertson Boulevard store, where the French house was celebrating the release of Drew Barrymore's new book, Find It in Everything. A collection of images taken over 20 years (and curated down from 30,000), the photos spot hearts in the everyday. "The heart shape is so positive and devoid of negativity and not mistakable like a lot of things in life," Barrymore told Style.com. The pregnant star was as sunny as ever, talking animatedly with pals like Molly Shannon and Chelsea Handler. "I like that now something that was so personal to me can be about other people," she added. Reese Witherspoon, Busy Philipps, and Jennifer Meyer joined her for an alfresco meal later in the evening.
A bit farther west, Tory Burch welcomed fans including Brooklyn Decker and Jessica Alba to her new Rodeo Drive flagship. Burch's second outpost in Los Angeles, the bi-level place was outfitted with all things TB, including a special Rodeo Drive capsule collection that Burch designed with the flowers of Southern California and old Hollywood glamour in mind. "I just love that she's such a girl's girl," Isla Fisher said, admitting that she's not one for store openings but was happy to make an exception this time. A huge fashion fan, Hailee Steinfeld walked wide-eyed into the new boutique. "When you have designers like Tory who are trying new things, you want to take a risk alongside them," she said of how the designer has impacted her red-carpet MO. "And you want to see what kind of response you're going to get."