Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Valentino at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party
AHHH love Isla Fisher! But also this is a pretty fantastic cast lineup.
and I loved it. Apparently, it was supposed to be a lot like Bridesmaids, but I wouldn’t know because I’ve never seen it. And I probably won’t for awhile because I just can’t stand Kristen Wiig. Anyways, Bachelorette was witty, girly, snarky, and hilarious. Within the first five minutes of the movie, my best friends and I established that I was Isla Fisher’s character in several more years so every moment after that was just envisioned with me in mind.
Also, it’s a movie about a wedding. I’m bound to like it, right? We somehow managed to watch this movie on my friend’s OnDemand and I don’t even think it’s fully released yet. Things like this are awesome. Here’s the trailer below.
François-Henri Pinault with Salma Hayek both in Alexander McQueen
There was an unbelievable amount of love for Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney at this year’s 2011 Met Ball. I think out of all the Met Ball’s I have seen, this one has provided the most looks that I have fallen in love with. Well done everyone.
This year’s theme was in tribute to the late designer Alexander McQueen as the museum debuted a new exhibition in his name. Since there were so many attendees this year, I decided to post only my favorite looks (and a few others) – don’t worry, it’s still pretty image heavy!
Where was Camilla Belle this year?
Q: What actor or actress would you want to play you in a movie?
I have never been able to answer that question. For one, I don’t think any actress looks like me. A woman once told me in an airport that she believed I resembled the actress in Everybody Loves Raymond. Uh which one? The mother or the wife? Instead of going off looks, why not go off of personalities. If I could choose to be any type of character in a film, it would be the indie pixie dream girl.
What does that mean exactly?
“that bubbly, shallow cinematic creature that exists solely in the fevered imaginations of sensitive writer-directors to teach broodingly soulful young men to embrace life and its infinite mysteries and adventures.” [source]
Meet the girls:
Zooey Deschanel as Summer Hathaway in 500 Days of Summer
Elish Cuthbert as Jordan Roark in My Sassy Girl
Today, I went into this movie loving Isla Fisher (Rebecca Bloomwood) and finished it lusting over Hugh Dancy (Luke Brandon)