There's not much that Drew Barrymore doesn't do. Aside from generally being a badass, she's an award winning actress and director (hello Charlie's Angels) too and now she's turning her hand to photography.
This week Tommy Hilfiger released images of the brand's new limited edition tote in aid of breast cancer awareness month in October. The campaign, which stars French singer and actress Charlotte Gainsbourg, was shot by Barrymore. 'It was great to work with Drew,' Gainsbourg said. 'She was very charming and lovely and funnym and she brought a real positive energy to the set. As a fellow actress, she made me feel very comfortable during the shoot.'
The bag is on sale now at £225 with £100 of the price doing directly to Breast Health International, a non-profit organisation that advances breast cancer research and treatment.
The pair got married over the weekend in a private last-minute ceremony at their home in Austin, Texas attended by guests like Reese Witherspoon and Kenny Chesney. 'We decided to embrace the ritual as an opportunity and adventure we'll take together,' McConaughey told the magazine.
While there has been no word on who designed Camilla's dress, from the cover image it looks like it was all white-lace and long-sleeved teamed with a matching lace veil. Thankfully 42-year old McConaughey ditched his usual penchant for an exposed chest and wore a classic black tuxedo for the occasion.
Drew Barrymore tied the knot with art consultant Will Kopelman in a traditional Jewish ceremony over the weekend. Images of the happy couple kissing in the car leaving the reception dropped earlier on this week but today People magazine released their exclusive images of the ceremony and Chanel wedding dress that Karl Lagerfeld reportedly designed specially for her.
From the cover image it looks like the dress came with a high ruffle neck teamed with a black waistband over her baby bump. 'The day was perfect,' she told People the day after the wedding. 'Everyone we love and care about was there. It was as fun and meaningful as we ever could have hoped.'
If there's one designer collaboration with the high street that we've been excited for, it's Marni for H&M. In the wake of the launch of the collection on March 8, the retailer and Marni designer Consuelo Catiglioni played host to a big party last night in Los Angeles to celebrate.
"It has been an inspiring night, surrounded by a perfect setting and a great crowd. L.A. encapsulated the dream," Catiglioni explained. "It is not long before Marni at H&M is in stores and I am happy to share these magical moments with everybody." Celebrating the experience with the team were stars like Drew Barrymoore, Jessica Chastain and Milla Jovoovich and collaborator, Sophia Coppola. "it"s nice to see again the people I worked with on the project for Marni and H&M," Coppola said at the event. "I just tried to do something that fitted with the mood of the collection, the fantasy and the fun of fashion."
It's been a busy social week so far. Monday night saw the CFDA host their annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund awards and last night everyone came out to tribute director Pedro Almodovar at the Museum of Modern Art's forth Annual Film Benefit. The best look on the night were definitely Miranda Kerr who looked stood out in her zip-up Peter Pilotto top and skirt combo teamed with Nicholas Kirkwood heels.
Drew Barrymore looked simple but pretty on Monday at Chanel's benefit dinner for the Natural Resources Defence Council's Ocean Initiative. She teamed her simple high waisted skirt and ivory silk top with a statement bib necklace to add that little bit extra to what would otherwise be an uninteresting look.
Taylor Swift, America's multiplatinum-selling country sweetheart has been announced as the latest Cover Girl, becoming the successor to the likes of Drew Barrymore, Rihanna and Ellen DeGeneres. She will appear in TV, print and in-store advertising for a new range of products that have yet to be revealed, debuting in July.
Describing herself as a huge make-up junkie, and telling WWD that she loves "anything sparkly or bright coloured or shiny", it seems her campaign for Cover Girl might be the most fitting yet - the twenty year old singing phenomenon also has a deal with Sony and is in partnership with L.E.I Jeans.