Yesterday InStyle hosted their 11th annual summer soiree party at The London Hotel in West Hollywood. All of the usual faces were there, like Ashley Tisdale who arrived wearing ERIN by Erin Fetherston and Twilight's Nikki Reed. Those two didn't deliver the best outfits from the night but that aside, the looks were really good.
Khloe Kardashian looked incredible and svete in a black leather dress and simple Christian Louboutin pumps and so did Christa B. Allen wearing Giorgio Armani. My favorite look, though, came from Jaimie King who looked so feminine in tht red one-shouldered dress from the pre-fall Marchesa collection.
Last night the CFDA Awards, the Oscars of the fashion world, took place and in New York at Alice Tully Hall and the winners are in. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen took away the big womenswear designer of the year award for The Row, Joseph Altuzarra won the Swarovski Award for womenswear and Phillip Lim for menswear and Tommy Hilfiger was awarded the Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award.
Simon Spurr didn't end up winning the menswear designer of the year award, which was just as well considering all of the controversy surrounding his departure from his namesake line.
When the Art of Elysium, a charity organization that encourages entertainers to reach out to sick children, honoured Kirsten Dunst on Saturday, plenty of Hollywood came out to see the festivities. Everyone from Ashley Olsen to Jessica Alba to Dita von Teese hit the red carpet for the third-annual charity gala, titled "Heaven."
Dunst, who has worked with The Art of Elysium for more than six years, received the Spirit of Elysium Award in Beverly Hills from last year's winner, Eva Mendes. The gala's after-party - planned in part by co-chair Lisa Love of Teen Vogue - featured an appearance by Billy Idol and Steve Jones. But most importantly, who gets your style vote for the evening?
AnnaLynne McCord and Sophia Bush both attended the launch party for Open Campus at Mel's Diner in West Hollywood last night. McCord opted for a fitted waistcoat and jeans; whereas Bush looked simple but classic in short tailored shorts teamed with a plain tee and cardigan.