All posts related to Gloria Steinem on Guest of a Guest for Gloria Steinem.
While it seems like everyone in Hollywood is connected, some celebs are even more closely tied than you realize. Sure, you have the big show biz families that everyone talks about - the Smiths, the Baldwins and yes, even the Kardashians - but there are other stars that can call each other family that you may not even know about. From a Today Show host with rockstar connections to an Oscar-winner with a feminist icon for a stepmother, click through for 24 celebrities that you will be surprised to learn are related. MoreÂ»
Rob Lowe, Michelle Trachtenberg, and the cast of Killing Kennedy hit the L.A. film premiere at the Saban Theatre; despite Chris Hemsworth and Liam Hemsworth's presence, Jaimie Alexander's shockingly revealing dress steals the show at the premiere of Thor: The Dark World; Kristen Bell hosts the Gorilla Doctors of Africa benefit with Sharon Stone and Dax Shepard; Zac Efron helps honor Michael B. Jordan with Vanity Fairâ€”catch up on Monday's top events in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Last night in NYC, Nicky Hilton, Sigourney Weaver, Jessica Stam and other fashionable guests attendedÂ American Ballet Theatre's Opening Night Gala, UNICEF held its annual Masquerade Ball, a chic Naomi Watts channeled Princess Diana at the "Diana" film premiere, and so much more!
Last night in NYC, Mary-Kate Olsen, Naomi Watts and Lake Bell all attended The New York Academy of Art's 2013 Take Home a Nude Benefit Art Auction, Miley Cyrus celebrated the release of here new "Bangerz" album at The General,Â Robert Redford, Zachary Quinto and Connie Britton hit the after party for "All Is Lost" at Lincoln Ristorante, and so much more!
Last night in NYC, Olivier Theyskens hosted ACRIA's Unframed 2013 at the Sean Kelly Gallery, Emma Roberts, Dianna Agron, Alexa Chung, Amy Schumer, Lucy Punch and Zosia Mamet performed at Glamour's one-night-only theater event, Brit Marling and Alexander Skarsgard partied at at "The East" premiere after party, and so much more!
Mary Thom, who served as editor for Ms. Magazine for 20 years, died in a motorcycle crash last Friday. Her influence, leadership and writings helped shape the feminist movement during the '70s. After her career at Ms., she continued on in the struggle for womenâ€™s rights as the editor for The Womenâ€™s Media Center until her death. â€śMary was one of the great writers, editors and visionaries of the womenâ€™s movement, and the heart and soul of Womenâ€™s Media Centerâ€™s feature writing,â€ť Women's Media Center President Julie Burton Said in a statement. Read on to learn more about Thom, from her early years to her tragic, untimelyÂ death.
Over the weekend in NYC, Claire Courtin-Clarins and Lauren Santo Domingo stepped out for Save Venice's Black & White Masquerade Ball, Gloria Steinem, Olivia Wilde, and Gabrielle Douglas presented the DVF awards at the United Nations, Michael Kors honored Halle Berry at the United Nations World Food Programme Dinner, and so much more!
Winter lasted a little longer than we expected, but the weather is finally starting to warm up and there are plenty of things to do in April to take advantage of it. Whether you want to experience the delicate beauty of the cherry blossom, or partake in a giant pillow fight with friends and strangers, we've got you covered for the best events for the next 4 weeks! MoreÂ»
Wednesday, March 12
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.