A megaslideshow featuring all the red-carpet looks from the Golden Globes.
If last night’s Gotham Awards ceremony at Cipriani were any indication, the upcoming spate of year-end prize-giving will be a series of smooth, well-oiled affairs.
The designer will create a capsule men's and women's collection for the label for next spring.
Also, Tiffany's appeals the eBay case ruling, and Du Juan is the first Chinese model to bear the Olympic torch.
Also, battery-operated mascaras are all the rage, makeup inspires a new dance video, and hair hides wrinkles.
At least night's 'Elegy' premiere, we met a former teenage fire starter, a drunk cheerleader, and a comedian who says that sometimes bad touching can be oh-so-good.
Knightley appears on 'Vogue,' which is a risk since her last 'Vogue' cover didn't sell very well. Simpson ought to sell well for 'Elle.'
The people being paid to market this movie would like you to know that it's more threesome-centric than its director might let on.
The movie's threesome-publicizing marketing staff scores a decisive victory over its threesome-nixing director.
Plus, gossip on Brandon Davis, Molly Sims, Julia Roberts, and more in our daily roundup.
Woody fires the next salvo in his ongoing battle with his 'Vicky Christina Barcelona' publicists.
Despite what Woody Allen would have you believe, this movie might actually be hot.
Looking forward, what are some of the weaknesses and obstacles that the candidates will have to overcome, besides the endorsement of terrorist groups and possible senility?
Also, Rogan for Target debuts at Barneys today, don't forget to get Mom something for Mother's Day, and 40 percent off at Intermix continues.
Woody takes only twelve words to eliminate any desire anyone might have had to see his next movie.