Marina Abramovic proposed a new way to party—in your pajamas. “[I had] this idea to try to come at it from a different way, [with everyone] dressed in pajamas or in beds, so that everyone is equal,” she told Style.com at the Art of Elysium’s annual Heaven Gala. Donning Costume National silk robes, screen stars such as Johnny Depp, Joaquin Phoenix, Anna Kendrick, and Jena Malone pulled up a bed to take in the evening’s performances. Now that’s something we can get on board, er, in bed, with.
Amid the glamorous Golden Globe pre-parties on Saturday evening, some of Hollywood’s A-listers, including Charlize Theron, Reese Witherspoon, Salma Hayek, Adrien Brody, and Ben Stiller, joined Sean Penn for his fourth annual Help Haiti Home Gala. During the night, which included an auction and performances by Coldplay’s Chris Martin and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the crowd raised an impressive $6 million for Penn’s J/P Haitian Relief Organization.
How Amy Adams Celebrated Her Win…
Following the Golden Globes ceremony on Sunday night, the Hollywood set let their hair down at the Weinstein Company and Netflix’s after-party at the Beverly Hilton hotel. The silver screen’s top tier spent the evening on the dance floor and snacking on Fatburger, which Globe winner Amy Adams was exceptionally excited about.
It’s All Just Fun and Games…
Guests indulged in lively rounds of mini golf and ping-pong while being serenaded by Yale’s tuxedoed a cappella group, the Alley Cats, at Stella McCartney’s Pre-Fall cocktail party. Games with a side of eye candy? That’s our kind of party.
What do you get when you put three of fashion’s favorite screen gems together in a single film? One press tour we’re sure to keep our eye on. Julianne Moore, Kate Bosworth, and Kristen Stewart attended a screening of their film Still Alice on Tuesday in New York, bringing their sartorial A-games. Moore, who won a Golden Globe for her role, stepped out in a white Alexander McQueen jumpsuit. In keeping with her brooding character (and real-life persona), Stewart chose a sheer black Roksanda sheath, while Bosworth was statuesque in a crystal-encrusted Oscar de la Renta number.
—Erinn Hermsen, Style.com