They really are the definition of a perfect couple!
Let's be honest, who else makes married life and walking dogs look so effortless??
How polite and cute of them!
Bow chicka wow wow!
Vanity Fair's May issue is all about the women of primetime television and they got some of the hottest leading ladies to pose for them.
It's kinda cheesy and poorly put together, but that's just our opinion.
What do U think about the cover???
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We're not impressed with the hair, but the dress is lovely.
It could use a touch of bling around her neck just for some pop, but the dress, while simple, is a great fit for her.
The Good Wife did good!
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Oh to be a fly on the wall when Julianna Margulies picked out this dress for the Golden Globes.
The Good Wife walked the red carpet last night in a long-sleeve Naeem Khan dress that looked WAY too casual for an evening as glamorous as the Globes.
The only thing going for Julianna are those earrings, even though they don't exactly work with the dress.
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Before heading inside the Ed Sullivan Theater, the star of The Good Wife posed for pictures in a Carolina Herrera Resort printed cocktail dress and Giuseppe Zanotti slingbacks.
The dress is cute, but the sheer panel across her chest makes us want to grab a pair of scissors.
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It was a full house at the amFar New York Gala Wednesday night, which drew anyone and everyone from the fashion industry.
Iman looked gorgeous in a black Oscar de la Renta sequin gown while Helena Christensen dared to be different by showing off her supermodel legs in high-waisted shorts that she paired with black tights and a strong shoulder blazer.
The designers who came to the event were rather boring in black, except for Tamara Mellon who sexed it up in a black body hugging gown.
Tied for worse dressed were Donna Karan, who showed up wearing a dead black sheep on her shoulder and Julianna Margulies for stealing her grandmother's black dress.
[Image via Andres Otero/WENN.]