LOS ANGELES, Feb 24, 2011 / FW/ — With most of the editors in Europe covering the fashion season, we are lagging in our celebrity sightings. But, here we are, trying to make up.
At the world premiere of the Farrelly brothers’ new comedy, “Hall Pass”, held Feb 23rd at ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome in Hollywood, California, Calvin Klein Collection wardrobed actor Tyler Hoechlin who plays the role of “Gerry” in the movie.
Mr. Hoechlin wore a petroleum wool single button notch lapel suit, white shirt, and tie, all from the Pre Spring 2011 Calvin Klein Collection, designed by Italo Zucchelli, the brands’ Men’s Creative Director.
In New York, Lady Gaga was spotted wearing a black suede structured Sally LaPointe jacket with bold shoulders to wear against the cold February 22nd as she left her NYC performance–without any pants!
Gaga also wore the piece again last night when she attended a showing of American Idiot on Broadway.
LaPointe, 26, recently received rave reviews for her sophomore NYFW runway show, which took place less than two weeks ago.
In London, Sarah Harding, Jamie Winstone and Paloma Faith attended the Vivienne Westwood Red Label Autumn- Winter 2011/12 show held at the Royal Courts of Justice, London, on the 20th February 2011.
Sarah Harding wore an African hand-painted silk dress and Paloma Faith chose to wear a wine coloured jacket and skirt suit all from the Vivienne Westwood Red Label Spring- Summer 2011 collection.
Paloma’s yellow tartan bag is also part of the Vivienne Westwood Spring- Summer 2011 accessories collection. Jamie Winstone chose an archive floral print dress from the Vivienne Westwood Spring Summer 2010 Gold Label collection with pink suede skyscraper sandals from the Vivienne Westwood SS11 Gold Label collection.
Speaking of Vivienne Westwood, actress Demi Moore is becoming a big fan of the British designer. Demi Moore attended the 2011 Coalition Awards on February 22nd in Los Angeles. The actress wore a royal blue floor-length corset dress from the Vivienne Westwood’s Couture collection.