Sarah Jessica Parker and Anne Hathaway (in Givenchy) attended the Tate Americas Foundation Triennial Artists Dinner at the Skylight at Moynihan Station in New York City. Sponsored by Christian Dior, the evening honored both artists from the Americas whose works are now included in the Tate Museum’s permanent collection in London, and helped to raise funds for future exhibitions, scholarships, and arts education with a live auction. To learn more the famous London museum head to tate.org.uk. Plus, click the photo to see more of this week’s star-filled fetes.
There were dozens of amazing looks at last night’s 2013 Met Gala, and we whittled down our favorites to the top five you see above. These ladies all interpreted the punk theme of Punk: Chaos to Couture in their own way, which is why Jennifer Lawrence (in Dior), Beyoncé (in Givenchy), Anne Hathaway (in Valentino), Rooney Mara (in Givenchy), and Sarah Jessica Parker (in Giles) top our list. Now that we’ve told you our faves, you tell us yours by making your own top five with InStyle.com’s A-list tool. Visit instyle.com/instyle/a-list and pick your top five looks, then share your picks with your fashion-savvy friends on Facebook and Twitter. Head to the A-list maker right now to get started.
Before she was Carrie Bradshaw and “SJP,” Sarah Jessica Parker was an up and coming 30-year-old actress with a head full of curly hair and a contagious grin. For today’s #ThrowbackThursday on InStyle’s Instagram, we’re looking back at our Hollywood’s Best Bodies issue from June 1995, when the toned star had some progressive thoughts on her workout routine: namely, that she didn’t have one at all. “I hate to think that the first thing people think of is my figure, but I guess it’s easier to have a relaxed attitude about one’s body if people say you have a nice one,” Parker told InStyle. “What I really thank God for every day is that I’m healthy. People should do things that make them feel good.” Amen to that!
Happy birthday, Sarah Jessica Parker! Even before she became known for her impeccable style and fabulous taste in footwear (hello, Manolos!), she was always a Girl Who Just Wanted to Have Fun. So, to celebrate her 48th year on earth, we’re taking a look back at how the Sex and the City star transformed from teen actress to full-fledged style icon. “Every picture I see of myself from [the '80s] is pretty embarrassing,” the formerly big-haired star told InStyle. “But I find comfort in the fact that I looked like everyone else; I wasn’t alone in making those insane choices.” Click through the gallery to see her most memorable beauty moments.
The Week’s Parties: Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick Support Emerging Playwrights, and More!Feb 26, 2013 @ 1:07 pm
Sarah Jessica Parker and husband Matthew Broderick continued their grand tradition of supporting local theater in New York, dressing to the nines for last night’s 10th Annual Love ‘N’ Courage Benefit, a fundraiser for the Theater for the New City’s Emerging Playwrights Program. The program has been around for 35 years, and has nurtured hundreds of new playwrights into mature artists. Click through the gallery to see more of last night’s biggest events!
Parisian designer Vanessa Bruno loves dressing American women! Hart of Dixie star Rachel Bilson and Kate Bosworth (who modeled in one of Bruno’s campaign videos) are both big fans of Bruno’s feminine, classically French clothes and accessories, and the adoration is mutual. “[Rachel] is a fantastic girl. Love her,” Bruno told InStyle.com at the grand opening of her New York popup shop. “I think they all capture this very chic, Parisian, easy-going [attitude]—but I still have a little twist of American girl in a chic, easy way. They catch it very well.” Bruno also told us that Sarah Jessica Parker and Scarlett Johansson were recently spotted shopping in her Paris and Los Angeles boutiques. Luckily, if you’re not near a store, you can find her clothes on net-a-porter.com, otteny.com, and farfetch.com. Tres chic!
Plus, see more stars wearing Vanessa Bruno!
While New York Fashion Week and the Grammys have been taking center stage stateside, celebrities crossed the pond to attend the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards in London, where high-fashion dominated the red carpet. Marion Cotillard wore a sunny yellow Christian Dior design, Sarah Jesica Parker chose a black Elie Saab jumpsuit, Jennifer Lawrence picked a sequined strapless Christian Dior Couture gown, Amy Adams favored a Chantilly lace Elie Saab gown (and pink tourmaline earrings surrounded by 1,451 stones), and Jessica Chastain brightened up the carpet in a sapphire asymmetrical number by Roland Mouret. So which BAFTA look is your favorite? Tell us by voting in the poll below! More
New York Fashion Week kicks off today! And just in case those tickets got lost in the mail, we have your all-access pass to all the runway shows, beauty moments, celebrity sightings, and more. Last night, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kenneth Cole got the party started at the annual amfAR Gala, while Selena Gomez launched her collaboration with Adidas. And BCBG debuted its layered fall collection on the runway this morning. Click through to see more of New York Fashion Week’s best moments—so far!