Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw reminded us that love does indeed endure sometimes in Hollywood on this romantic St. Valentine's Day.
The twosome were stylish together on the BAFTA Awards red carpet, especially Steven in a very dapper-looking tux.
His wife was completely on-trend in a black jumpsuit and a fur coat stolen from Kris Jenner's closet, probably.
Aren't they so cute together?
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Harper’s Bazaar Spain is celebrating Cannes jury president Steven Spielberg in their June issue with a fashionable, yet cinematic editorial.
For the La Conexión Spielberg spread, or The Spielberg Connection, the mag featured four actresses in frames from some of the director’s most famous flicks.
The first is Mad Men's Kiernan Shipka dressed in a Marc by Marc Jacobs top, reprising Drew Barrymore’s role as Gertie in E.T. How cute is that shot of her kissing that wrinkly old alien? LOLz!
Malin Akerman is downright terrified as Jaws' first victim in
We recently mentioned that Kylie Minogue is Elle UK’s January cover girl, and now we have some nuggets of her superstar wisdom!
In her interview, the singer reveals that she has body image issues just like the rest of us.
She talked about her face and getting older, stating:
We've seen this look on Chloe Sevigny before!!
On Thursday, the Hit & Miss actress attended a very special New York City screening of Steven Spielberg's Lincoln in a black and white print Miu Miu jumpsuit that she wore to quite four score and seven years ago.
We like that Chloe is looking twice as nice, it's very Kate Middleton of her, but we just wish she would've ditched the turtleneck!
Or maybe that was her nod to Lincoln's stovepipe hat?
What do U think???
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"You can make a film in Hollywood without Steven Spielberg's blessing, and you can publish software in Silicon Valley without Bill Gates' blessing, but it’s pretty clear to me you can’t succeed in the fashion industry without Anna Wintour’s blessing."
-The September Issue director R.J. Cutler to WSJ magazine.
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