Last week Julianne Hough nailed it in that red Kaufmanfranco dress that she wore to attend the CFDA Awards and last night she was on top form again as she attended the world premiere of 'Rock of Ages' at the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. For the occasion she chose a neon yellow dress from the designer and teamed it with a relaxed top-knot and drop earrings in what was definitely one the strongest looks of the night.
Tom Cruise's W magazine cover, which I posted recently, was strange for many reasons. Firstly it showed him topless and sporting several tattoos and secondly, he appears to tower over both Abbey Lee Kershaw and Edita Vilkeviciute who appear alongside him on the cover. While his sudden height remains a mystery, what we do know is that the cover was to support his new movie, 'Rock of Ages'.
'If he didn't approach the role with sincerity and intensity, Cruise could easily look like a joke,' W's Lynn Herschberg wrote in relation to his make-over. While that's true, I'm still not convinced. The full editorial, which hit the net this week, doesn't do much to make convince me that Cruise is Stacee Jaxx but maybe I'll feel differently after seeing the film.
Actress Amy Spanger went for two trends (nude and asymmetrical) at the after-party for the Rock of Ages Broadway opening night in New York. Is her second-skin frock just right, or is all that ruching a bit too much?