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Who Was Best Dressed At The White House Correspondents’ Dinner?


Maybe the much talked-about new White House social secretary, Jeremy Bernard, had something to do with it, or perhaps it’s because it’s an election year, but this weekend’s 98th annual Correspondents’ Association Dinner was its most star-studded ever. Everyone from Reese Witherspoon and Charlize Theron to Kim Kardashian and Lindsay Lohan made appearances, mingling with the President and the First Lady, as well as the usual array of politicians and journalists. At the top of our best-dressed list stand Kate Hudson in a dazzling purple Jenny Packham gown, Dakota Fanning (pictured) in an embellished, sky blue Prada number, and Elizabeth Banks, who sported a bright red Antonio Berardi column with a peplum waist.

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James Franco’s Oscar Look, John Galliano’s Paris Skirmish, The New Guy (Yes, Guy) At The White House, And More…


There’s one Oscar outfit, at least, that’s already in the bag: host James Franco’s. The Best Actor nominee—and face of Gucci fragrance—will be wearing the label. Your sneak peek at one of his custom made-to-measure suits, at left. [Gucci]

It’s been a bad day for John Galliano: The Dior designer was arrested and suspended from his duties at the house, following an altercation at a café last night that allegedly ended with the hurling of a few anti-Semitic slurs. The case is far from closed, however: Certain eyewitnesses suggest that the row was hardly Galliano’s fault and that the police arrest was far more peaceful than the news media suggests. Developing! [Vogue U.K.]

Big news (well, sorta) at the White House: The administration is naming its first-ever male social secretary, Jeremy Bernard, who has been the chief of staff to the U.S. Ambassador to France. Strike one for gender equality! [Huffington Post]

Diane von Furstenberg’s favorite muse and model has always been herself. So not a surprise to find she’s released a timely collection of seventies-inspired pieces based on her own first collection from 1970. Its name? DIANE, of course. [Fashionologie]

Illustration: Courtesy of Gucci