Cameron Diaz will talk coyly about her marriage to musician Benji Madden but she really wants you to know that you can live longer if you take care of your genes
Today’s business woman dresses powerfully without ever giving up her femininity and TV art imitates life on shows such as CBS’s The Good Wife and Limitless where Julianna Margulies and Christine Baranski’s characters add style to their courtroom dress.
These pieces are done by show costume designer Daniel Lawson and sometimes-partner, Andrea Cecile Cohen designer/creator of number35, a clothing line she originated in the UK.
By Diedre Johnson While actress Debi Mazar may be best known for her sassy supporting roles on the big and small screen, behind the very light, clear blue eyes and lip-stick pout is a talented, adventurous woman who can tell … Continued
Words by Diedre Johnson With last year’s World War Z to her credit and a recurring role in TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., UK actress Ruth Negga is jumping into the big league starring as Tulip O’Hare in Preacher, a … Continued
Just days before the annual Oscar awards, Hollywood parties like there is no tomorrow. All over town A-list actors, actresses, directors, producers and writers get to be dressed by noted designers and attend a soiree of parties given at hotels, restaurants, and private venues that all seem to collide into one big kaleidoscope of fashion.
by Diedre Johnson October has been the month for the Oscar-winning actress to make Hollywood event appearances. She started on the 9th as one of the honorees at Variety’s Power of Women event in a Brandon Maxwell cream white pencil skirt … Continued
There’s no sell-by date on a good thing, and beloved TV shows with high ratings are considered just that, a good thing for the actors, writers, directors, show runners and fans. As we enjoy summer but look … Continued
If you haven’t seen the first season of Doll & Em, the cleverly humorous HBO serial comedy starring Emily Mortimer, a British actress familiar to US fans of The Newsroom (and artsy films such as Woody Allen’s Match Point and Paris Je T’aime) and her bestie, Dolly Wells, don’t let that stop you from jumping into the second season. The reason is that this meandering scripted slice of life is funny enough without a back story or laugh track in sight. Still, it’s worth seeing both seasons if you have the time.