“It takes things even further, which I didn’t know was possible,” said Bledel of season two, which picks up where Margaret Atwood’s book ends.
The young American actress plays new character Eden, a 15-year-old Gilead native, on season two of Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale.”
The designer presented some of her forthcoming Reebok collaboration in Los Angeles, where she was joined by brand ambassador Shaquille O’Neal.
The designer and the actor came together to toast Oldman’s Oscar and 60th birthday with Dan Stevens, Keegan-Michael Key and Sam Rockwell.
The retailer dubbed the one-day event the Ultimate Family Festival, with live performances to celebrate its limited-edition collection with Hunter.
Lionel Richie, Adriana Lima, George Hamilton, Ricky Martin and more also supported the annual fund-raiser fete, which raised $5.9 million.
Coats were de rigueur at the beachside awards show, where Greta Gerwig, Allison Janney, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet and “Get Out” won.
The singer-actress hosted a brunch for her organization Fem the Future, which empowers female music executives, filmmakers and engineers.
Lena Waithe, Tessa Thompson and ‘Black Panther’ star Danai Gurira were also honored, and Lupita Nyong’o got a surprise birthday cake.
Washington was given the Spotlight Award by the Costume Designers Guild for her work on “Scandal,” while Longoria gave her a thoughtful introduction.
WWD, Variety and the CFDA’s event drew Alison Brie, Olivia Munn, Serayah and more; Vera Wang shared that the red carpet “changed my business.”
The event honored Robbie, Olivia-Newton John and John Travolta and drew Aussies Rose, Isla Fisher, Rose Byrne, Jessica Hart and more.
Time was up for all-black dressing as actresses embraced pale hues, crimson, metallics, dark florals and solidarity on the red carpet.
The party also attracted Sterling K. Brown, Willem Dafoe, Hong Chau, Brittany Snow, Sophia Bush, Erika Christensen and Sarah Hyland.