You most likely recognize our first style star, Jessica Chastain, from her role as sweetly naïve Celia Foote in The Help. The role not only put her on our fashion radar but also earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. With numerous red carpet appearances to follow, Jessica has stepped out some seriously coveted designer gowns landing her top spots on Best Dressed lists around the web. Showing an affinity to bold color and classic silhouettes, we’ve seen her in favorites from Balenciaga to Calvin Klein. Her fair skin and luscious red locks have been making her red carpet style pop, most recently in the gold embroidered Alexander McQueen gown she donned for this year’s Oscars. Jessica was radiant in a lacy, bright green Elie Saab number with loose auburn tresses at a pre-Oscar event and we can’t forget the breath-taking plum Oscar de la Renta gown she wore to The Help premiere in LA. The latter paired with her signature cascading locks and bright contrasting jewelry; we’re convinced this Style Star can rock any bold hue effortlessly!
To be with Elizabeth Olsen is to be at once starstruck and nostalgic. Her face, strikingly similar to billionaire sisters Mary Kate and Ashley, brings to mind so many memories of "Full House" episodes and "Brother For Sale" singalongs.
But for someone who has barely arrived on the big screen, she carries herself...well, like a movie star. The easy smile, the gentle complexion, and the trademark Olsen figure (slender, though at 5-foot-seven she towers over her sisters) give her an air of glamor beyond her 22 years.
Rumors have been swirling that a Sex and the City prequel might be in the works.
But now, Michael Patrick King, who directed the four ladies in the two S&TC blockbusters, and who was an executive producer on the HBO series, has put the rumors to rest.
He told reporters during the Television Critics Association press tour, “My Carrie started at 33, and I took her to 43. I didn’t even want to know who her parents were. The idea of going back in time…and making her less evolved — the idea of going backward — is not something I’m interested in doing.”
Could it be? Imagine how Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, & Samantha were in their high-school/college years?