US Vogue has had a good year as far as its covers are concerned. Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga and Marion Cotillard are just some of the good cover stars its had this year and by the sounds of it, the magazine is set to end the year on a high.
Last week, Annie Leibovitz revealed that Rihanna and Anne Hathaway will respectively cover the magazine's November and December issue. Who will cover which issue isn't clear but the timing makes sense for both stars. RiRi has just dropped a new single, Diamonds, and will release her seventh album in November and Hathway's new film, Les Miserables (the one she cut her hair for), is out in December.
Lauren Weisberger, the writer behind bestselling novel 'The Devil Wears Prada', confirmed that the book is getting a sequel. According to Entrainment Weekly, the book, titled 'Revenge Wears Prada', is set to drop in April 2013 and will be published by Simon & Schuster.
Naturally, everyone's attention has quickly shifted too the big question of whether there will be another movie too. So far there's no word on whether it will happen but if it were to go ahead, it sounds like Meryl Streep is happy to return. Access Hollywood's Shaun Robinson slipped the question in to her at the end of an interview on the red carpet of the Women In Film 2012 Crystal + Lucy Awards, where she didn't rule out returning to the role. 'Yeah…no, no, is there one? I’ve never heard about it,' she said. 'But, sure, I mean I’d have to lose the fuuucking weight, but I would do that, yeah.'
The red carpet looks at last night's Oscars was mixed. Angelina Jolie looked incredible in an Atelier Versace black gown with thigh high slit, just about everyone wearing Elie Saab Couture looked incredible and Emma Stone stole the show in a red halter neck Giambattista Valli Couture gown.
Unsurprisingly, Jessica Chastain chose an Alexander McQueen gown and Rooney Mara chose Givenchy as we expected but unfortunately did not make the statement that we were all hoping for. The most interesting look of the night came from Gwyneth Paltrow who, like last year with that Calvin Klein dress, managed to pull off a difficult Tom Ford dress.
'Julie & Julia' actress Meryl Streep wore a long-sleeved, draped white dress created by 'Project Runway' alum Chris March on the 2010 Oscars red carpet. Since being kicked off the fashion-design competition during Season 4 - the Christian Siriano year - March has also helped design Beyonce's Thierry Mugler-label costumes, which she wore on her most recent tour.