Filmmaker Ang Lee and Anne Hathaway join Louis XIII Cognac for a conversation on their craft with The Film Foundation; Stan Lee steps out for a night with Yoshiki hosted by the Grammy Museum; Julie Delpy fields questions on a panel at Film Indepent's Directors Close-Up eventâ€”catch up on Tuesday and Wednesday's top happenings with this edition of Last Night's Parties.
With the sun shining brilliantly over Los Angeles yesterday, we were on a mission seeking style inspiration and staked out the picturesque street of Melrose Place. Fortunately, we spotted some sartorially savvy Angelenos as they made their way to and from the high-end boutiques along the posh treelined block and got the deets on their ensembles. From maxi dresses and chambray shirts to boyfriend jeans and espadrilles, click through for the scoop on a gorgeous February afternoon in street style at Melrose Place.
If you've been busy layering up your neck and wrists with a mix of pretty, shiny things, we understand if you've forgotten about your digits. But we're here to remind you to invite them to the party by getting them stacked with a medley of stylish rings. From mixed metals and punk-inspired styles to delicate bands and sparkling stones, click through to shop our 20 favorite stack sets and single-piece rings perfect for mixing and matching in your finger stack bling.
Sure, it's nothing like the bitter, icy misery that's happening on the other side of the country, but anything other than shorts weather feels a little chilly for L.A., no? Letâ€™s embrace our own brand of winter weather and warm up by indulging our sweet tooth with some hot chocolate, the quintessential drink of the season. As great lovers of all things chocolate, we know where to find the best cups of cocoa in the city and are here to let you in on our favorites. From authentic Oaxacan and spiced up chili versions to hints of lavender and even whiskey flavors, click through to see our guide to L.A.'s best hot chocolate.
Kelly Osbourne hosts the wild premiere party for the new season of "RuPaul's Drag Race" at Beacher's Madhouse; Kurupt and Raekwon make surprise appearances at the listening party for Schoolboy Q's new album, Oxymoron, at Sonos Studio; Red Bull Music Academy premieres the documentary What Difference Does It Make?â€”see who was out and about on Monday in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
When you're rich and famous, you get to do lots of really cool things you may or may not have any business doing. So winemaking? Why not? Many a famous face has entered with vinter business and even opened their own vineyard in prestigious winemaking regions of the world, including the Golden State's own Napa Valley. Since our country formally recognizes the majesty of vino with National Drink Wine Day (yes, that's a real thing) today, join us in raising a glass as we bring you this look at five very recognizable celebrities you may be surprised to learn have their very own brands of California wine.
Jason Derulo, Bella Thorne, Taylor Lautner, Victoria Justice, and loads more hit Cartoon Network's Hall Of Game Awards; KISS performs for Paris Hilton, Tim Tebow and Sylvester Stallone at the Mending Kids International Rock & Roll All-Stars Fundraising Event; Johnny Depp, Jane Lynch, Kat Graham, Melissa Leo, and others attend the Make-Up Artists And Hair Stylists Guild Awardsâ€”catch up on L.A.'s busy weekend with this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Whether they worked timeless Hollywood glamor on the red carpet of swanky awards ceremonies or brought fresh, youthful looks to the less formal green carpet for Cartoon Network's own awards show, stars showcased fantastic style over the weekend at events all over town. From one-shoulder gowns to bold print suits, click through to see our top five party looks of the weekend in this edition of L.A.'s Best Dressed Guests.
Friday night, SPiN Standard invited both couples and singles to the Valentine's 80s Prom for a night of festive costumes, dancing, drinks and live music. Come take a peek inside SPiN's totally bitchin' version of the Valentine's Day scene.
Tuesday, March 11
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.