Seen & Heard

Seen & Heard: Thandie Newton, Demi Moore, Kylie Minogue, Halle Berry, Marisa Tomei, Rashida Jones

Thandie Newton in Calvin Klein Collection

DALLAS, Oct 26, 2010 / FW/ — For Tuesday, we are going around the world for our celebrity sightings – Thandie Newton, Demi Moore, Kylie Minogue, Halle Berry, Marisa Tomei, Rashida Jones

Thandie Newton, one of the stars of “For Colored Girls” was wardrobed by Calvin Klein Collection for her appearance in the film’s premiere last night at Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City.

Ms. Newton wore a Spring 2011 charcoal silk cupro racerback dress, designed by the brand’s Women’s Creative Director, Francisco Costa.

Singer and songwriter Kylie Minogue performed in Cairo, Egypt on October 21, 2010 wearing an Emilio Pucci dresses from the Fall/Winter 2010 & Spring 2011 collections for her performance in Cairo, Egypt.

In Los Angeles, Demi Moore added a rock ‘n’ roll edge to her sleek outfit pairing the BIRD by JUICY COUTURE leather pants with her blazer and top when she attended the 5th Anniversary of Glamour Reel Moments at the Director’s Guild of America.

In Beverly Hills, California, Academy Award winning actress Halle Berry accessorized her one-shoulder red gown with a pair of bronze and gold sandals by Diego Dolcini for her appearance at the 32nd Annual Carousel of Hope Ball in Beverly Hills.

Again, in Beverly Hills, Rashida Jones was spotted wearing a pair of Emilio Pucci gold caged sandals from the Autumn / Winter 2010 Collection to the 14th Annual Hollywood Awards Gala on October 25th, 2010.

In Beijing, China, Marisa Tomei chose to wear a dress by Gary Graham for the premiere of “An Italian Dream” on October 22nd.

“An Italian Dream” is the result of a close collaboration between Tod’s and the Teatro alla Scala. Directed by Matthias Zentner, the video includes choreographies by Gianluca Schiavoni performed by 13 dancers of the La Scala Ballet Company.

This video-ballet represents the complex and numerous passages involved in handmade work, and is the synthesis of the explicit similarity between the moves, the efforts and the work of fine craftsmanship which relate to the antique Italian savoir-faire.

[MARI DAVIS]