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We're so proud of you all for staying strong through award season; trust me, we're feeling your pain and know it's not easy. But just think of it this way: last night's 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards means we're one event closer to the end of the season of Hollywood's drawn-out ceremonious patting of itself on the back. One of the best ways I've found to cope with this time of year is by focusing on the part I actually give toss about, which is what everyone wore. So, come with me as we take a gander at my picks for best and worst looks from the red carpet at the 2012 SAG Awards last night. More»
Of course we're semi-interested in who went home with trophies, but what we really care about is who the winners and losers in the fashion department were. So let's get to the good stuff and see the best and worst from last night's Emmy red carpet looks. MORE>>>
As with all the other countless occasions for which Hollywood takes the opportunity to congratulate itself with lavish award shows, last night's 63rd Primetime Emmys gave celebrities an excellent platform to impress the world with their fancy style. Of course we're semi-interested in who went home with trophies, but what we really care about is who the winners and losers in the fashion department were. So let's get to the good stuff and see the best and worst from last night's Emmy red carpet looks.
[Zoe Saldana photo via] This week got off to a slow start, but things seem to have picked up last night in a big way with several happening across the city. Whether they were at Confederacy, the El Capitan Theatre, or someplace in between, some of Hollywood's brightest stars stepped out to strut their stuff and put their best fashion foot forward. Unfortunately, for every hit there were roughly 10 misses, but we spotted some winners. From Zoe Saldana to Hailee Steinfeld, let's take a look at last night's best dressed guests. More»
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.