Helen Hunt classed up the Global Green USA’s Pre-Oscar Party on Wednesday night.
Sticking with the green theme, the actress wore a sleeveless Dolce & Gabbana teal dress that was just tight enough to be age-appropriate.
Green and gold jewels and peep toe heels finished off her look.
Think Helen will pull out all the stops on Sunday or go with something safe???
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Somewhere a haunted house is missing their ghost!
Usually Emmy Rossum is right on the money with her red carpet choices, but her Global Green USA’s Pre-Oscars Party ensemble on Wednesday missed the mark.
Drowning in fabric, the actress donned a Sophia Kokosalaki bridal gown which was so gathered that it’s hard to notice it had a plunging neckline.
A vintage updo, Charlotte Olympia heels, Tacori earrings and Piaget ring put the finishing touches on her elderly outfit.
You can do so much better, Emmy. Don't let this happen again!
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
Reunited and it feels so good!
Miranda Kerr is enjoying her time back in El Lay, and seemed especially happy next to Orlando Bloom at the Global Green USA’s Pre-Oscar Party at the Avalon on Wednesday.
The supermodel showed off a hint of skin in a crazy graphic print Peter Pilotto dress that makes our eyes go directly to Orly — not that we're complaining! Ha!
Unlike her frock, Miranda kept her accessories simple, opting for black Christian Louboutin heels and Charriol jewelry.
Even if her look is a little busy, we’re just glad to see her and Orly back together again.
We’re not sure where all of these breakup rumors came from, but the couple seems fine to us!
Ch-ch-check out more of her ensemble (below)!
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Vanessa Paradis is more than just a beautiful face–she's now the eco-friendly face of H&M's new sustainable clothing line, Conscious.
If only Johnny Depp and their kids could model those! Ahh, the good ole days!
Vanessa explained why going green with H&M was a perfect fit for her, saying:
We've all thought about buying those reusable Starbucks travel mugs while standing in line — but they're just so damn expensive!
Well, here's the fix: the company is rolling out a $1 reusable plastic cup at its cafes starting Thursday.
How fab is this??
That picture (above) is of Damon Wayans Jr. celebrating American Recycles Day… but kicking a field goal through a 21-foot goal post constructed from 125,000 crushed Bud Light cans.
Amazing! We had no idea he could do that!
He did it in the Bud Light Recycling Zone, which is an interactive traveling display that has visited nine cities across the United States this year to encourage and inform NFL fans about the importance of recycling!
We think this is such a great initiative — and we'd love to see more of this kind of work from major companies and celebs alike!
[Image courtesy WireImage.]
Do you love recycling??
Not as much as will.i.am and The Coca-Cola Company do!
We mean, they showed up to the EKOCYCLE Partner Launch — where were you?? Ha!
The whole thing was green-focused… it featured a build out that included sustainable materials throughout the space to offer an inside visual look at the EKOCYCLE story and process, in addition to exclusive artwork created by famed artist Buff Monster (we didn't make that up).
EKOCYCLE is ready to handle more and more brands, which is fab because they already have a huge load