20 posts tagged "Kate Hudson"
The Florence-born jeweler Ippolita—one-name only, please—has had the likes of Kate Hudson, Halle Berry, Reese Witherspoon, and more wearing her elegant 18-karat gold and sterling jewelry for 12 years now. Soon, the red-carpet set will see the designer’s new handbags (prices start at $1,495), too. Made of python and suede and topped with brass and wood detailing, the new accessories will launch at the same time as her new Madison Avenue store, her first-ever retail location. The full collection consists of six different color combinations; my favorite is above.
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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At Elle‘s Women in Hollywood bash at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills last night, Gwyneth Paltrow exuded a “less is more” kind of vibe, sporting a long-sleeved, non-plunging Calvin Klein Collection shift in an on-trend ultra-bright hue, (relatively) sensible sandals, and scant jewelry. Kate Hudson, on the other hand, went for a draped, origami-esque dress by Prabal Gurung, complete with a paillette-festooned shoulder and stilettos so high she ultimately ditched them. Our quibble with Kate’s look: If going for all-out glam, the hair should probably look less out-all-night. Which of these two very different dress code interpretations do you prefer?