Lorde performs a private show for Hilary Duff, Anna Kendrick, and Ashley Benson at Soho House for the Delta Toasts the Grammys event; Rita Ora, Paul Oakenfold, and Iggy Azalea attend the Friends 'N' Family 17 Grammy VIP Dinner; Lady Gaga, Heidi Klum, and Joe Jonas celebrate Arthur Fogel at Chateau Marmont—with the Grammys around the corner, check out where music world A-listers were out getting pumped for Sunday in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
A slew of stylish ladies gathered at Sunset Tower Hotel Wednesday night for ELLE's Women In Television celebration. Presented by Hearts of Fire Diamonds and Olay, a mix of our favorite stars from the big and small screen donned their dressed-up casual finest for the swanky dinner party. From crop top-and-pantsuits to elegant, swingy frocks, see our top looks of the evening with ELLE in this edition of Best Dressed Guests. [All photos by Michael Buckner / Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images]
As the exciting week-long invasion of the music world otherwise known as Grammy Week continues, the weekend brings some of the hottest events, from the pre-parties and private concerts featuring nominated artists, to the awards show and after parties. And if anyone knows how to throw down, it's definitely the music industry so we urge you to take advantage. It would be a shame to miss out on what might be L.A.'s biggest open bar weekend of all, so we present to you our 2014 Grammy Weekend Party Guide to help you navigate all the top events going down surrounding the awards.
Malin Akerman, Zooey Deschanel, Emma Roberts, Emmy Rossum, and a slew of other stylish starlets step out to Sunset Tower for the ELLE Women In Television dinner celebration; John Mayer and Celine Dion serenade the crowd at the UCLA Head and Neck Surgery Luminary Awards; Gibson Guitars hosts a rock star-studded Beatles Photo Auction and Music Showcase—catch up on Wednesday's top events around L.A. with this installment of Last Night's Parties.
Evening poolside lounging, roasted marshmallows around open fire pits, and champagne? Oh, that's called "winter" in L.A. For the month of January, luxury champagne house Veuve Clicquot is toasting to Clicquot In The Snow, a celebration of the winter season in very L.A. fashion by transforming the pool at the W Westwood into a winter wonderland.
Stephen Stills, Dave Matthews, Chad Smith, and other musicians honor Neil Young at the Producers & Engineers Wing Grammy Week event; Paris Hilton, Allison Janney, Ray Liotta, and more attend opening night of Cirque Du Soleil's Totem; Carla Gugino, Timothy Olyphant and the rest of the "Justified" cast participate in a tribute to writer Elmore Leonard—see who was out and about on Tuesday in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
You may have noticed we are getting super pumped over here for the 2014 Grammys, and not just because we like to party with the music industry, although that is a significant factor. History tells us we are guaranteed a spectacle of fashion and live performances, as well as a wealth of premium WTF moments at the awards show. From acceptance speech hijackings and blunders to soy bombs, join us as we countdown to Grammy night with a look back at the top 10 most ridiculous moments in Grammy Awards history.
As Grammy Week continues with music events all over town, last night The David Lynch Foundation put on one bash for the books to honor Ringo Starr at the El Rey with A Night of Peace & Love. The event, which also served as a 68th birthday party for founder David Lynch, celebrated the life and work of the legendary Beatle by presenting him with the "Lifetime of Peace & Love Award" and a very special all-star tribute concert featuring Joe Walsh and Ben Folds.
The David Lynch Foundation honors Ringo Starr with a star-studded tribute concert including Joe Walsh, Ben Folds, and the Beatle himself; Benedict Cumberbatch poses for photos with fans after the PBS "Sherlock" panel at Day 12 of the Winter TCA Tour; Justin Timberlake brings The 20/20 Experience to The Forum—catch up on all of this and more in today's installment of Last Night's Parties.
Saturday, March 8
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.