Patricia Clarkson, Kieran Culkin, Laura Dern, Jon Voight and more turned up for the cable network’s annual bash at the Beverly Hilton hotel’s Circa 55.
After 27 years at J. Crew, Jenna Lyons’ name was once synonymous with the brand, but she has spent the past two years redefining her identity and forging a new path.
Kit Harington, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gwendoline Christie, Nathalie Emmanuel and Best Supporting Actors Peter Dinklage & Thandie Newton came.
The awards for media industry reporting were very relevant this year.
Consumers’ changing viewing habits, ever-casual dress codes, the end of situational dressing and the mystifying influence of Bravo’s “Real Housewives” series were among the subjects discussed.
At a screening for their new HBO series, WWD asked the 2 Dope Queens what they are into right now.
The recipient of 16 doctorates honoris causa alone, Krim received numerous other honors, most notably the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2000.
The cable network’s party boasted the cast of Globe-winner “Big Little Lies,” along with the “Game of Thrones” crew.
The bash drew winners from “Big Little Lies” and “Veep” as well as Riz Ahmed, Affleck, Jon Hamm, Larry David and the “Westworld” cast.
With the HBO series finale approaching, the actor who plays Jaime Lannister looks ahead, saying of the show, “we will have told the story and then it’s time to move on.”
Nevins has written a New York Times bestseller, “You Don’t Look Your Age and Other Fairy Tales.”
WhisBe and the journey of the gummy bears to 4 WTC was recently shot for an upcoming Vice News segment.