An Education‘s Carey Mulligan may be relatively new to the whole awards season business, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t formed her opinions.
Although she’s been offered valuable advice from one of the most respected names in the fashion industry, the Academy Award nominee claims she won’t be using it at the upcoming ceremony.
“Anna [Wintour] said I should wear short for the Oscars,” Mulligan said about Vogue‘s editor-in-chief. “I was like ‘No, that is so not what I had in my head when I was six years old!’”
Ignoring a suggestion from Ms. Wintour herself? Let’s hope Carey isn’t committing
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Your complains about AnnaLynne McCord‘s Golden Globes dress were heard loud and clear.
At an Artists for Peace and Justice Haiti benefit last night, the 90210 star apologized to her critics for donning the grabby gown. (You can see a full-length view after the jump.)
“I had an amazing dress, which was showing a little too much, and I kept pushing it to myself—and apparently, by the end of the night, it looked like it was holding me in a very compromising position!” McCord said about the Lloyd Klein garment. “I’m sorry everyone! Especially middle America! That was not the idea!”
In your defense, AnnaLynne - it’s not like you were known for your fashion choices anyway.
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Did you like the beaded Gucci gown Olivia Wilde wore yesterday evening? Well - for the right bid, you could have it.
The House actress has vowed to sell the elaborate frock she wore at last night’s Golden Globes to raise funds for Haiti.
Wilde, who once helped build a school in the devastated country, said she is saddened by the toll the earthquake has taken. “I am gutted by this catastrophe,” Olivia told Us Weekly.
Other celebrities contributing garments to the Artists for Peace and Justice auction include Meryl Streep, Josh Brolin, Gerard Butler and Amy Poehler. You can find more information here.
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