Lady Mary Charteris stepped out in a sequinned Ralph Lauren blazer at the launch party of the brand's collaboration with ocean global movement Project Zero. The society model and DJ was on hosting duties alongside Mick Jagger's son James and British art curator and son of rocker Ronnie Wood, Tyrone, at the Ralph Lauren flagship store on New Bond Street, which saw Nick Knowles, Paul Sculfor, Jo Wood, Jack Guinness, Meg Mathews, Suzy Menkes, Stephen Webster and Zara Martin among guests.
After a night out at Scott's in Mayfair, former US First Lady Michelle Obama stepped out to a sold-out crowd as she continued her global tour, discussing her best-selling memoir, Becoming. Chat show host Stephen Colbert hosted the talk, where the wife of the 44th US President discussed how she misses having 'the spontaneity of life' before becoming a global figure, compared Donald Trump to a 'divorced dad' and charmed the British crowd as she praised the Queen.
Ariana Grande, Donald Glover, Janelle Monáe, Selena Gomez, Billie Eilish and BLACKPINK were some of the highlights of the first weekend of Coachella, taking to the stage in the Indio desert in front of celebrity guests including Kendall Jenner, Jasmine Sanders, Teyana Taylor, Brooklyn Beckham, Hailey Bieber, Stella Maxwell, Winnie Harlow and Emily Ratajkowski. Jeremy Scott also hosted his annual Moschino party, while Levi's, Revolve, Nylon and YouTube also hosted events. Tame Impala, The 1975, Diplo, J Balvin, Khalid, Zedd and Ella Mai were among performers.
Lara Stone, Neelam Gill, Nicola Roberts and Ella Eyre were among VIPs at the grand re-opening of The Ivy Spinningfield’s Roof Garden, following a fire at the venue at the start of the year. Jack Guinness, Caroline Flack, Kym Marsh, Laura Whitmore and Rhian Sugden made up the rest of the celebrity guests at the circus-themed event, which raised money for The Fire Fighters Charity.
Pop icon Katy Perry was honoured for her work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and LGBTQ equality advocate as she received the Inspiration DVF Award at Diane von Furstenberg's annual awards. Gloria Steinem, Julia Stiles, Allison Williams, Coco Rocha, Arianna Huffington and Nicky Hilton Rothschild were among VIP guests at the tenth annual ceremony celebrating women who have demonstrated leadership and courage in their commitment to women's causes. American lawyer Anita Hill collected The Lifetime Leadership DVF Award at the ceremony, which also saw Chloe X Halle perform at the Brooklyn Museum.
Scarlett Johansson led A-listers and stars of Avengers: Endgame Chris Hemsworth and Paul Rudd on the red carpet for an exclusive fan event ahead of the film’s UK release later this month. The trio joined directors Anthony and Joe Russo at Soho’s Picturehouse Central, where they posed together with some of the lucky fans invited to the premiere.
Gemma Collins, James Argent, Marcel Somerville, Jess Impiazzi, Georgia Kousoulou, Eyal Booker and Bobby Norris joined James Ingham as he hosted his Jog-On to Cancer fundraiser at Proud Embankment. Mutya Buena, Rebecca Ferguson,The Cheeky Girls and Jamie Raven performed at the seventh annual party, while MIC star Alex Mytton entertained Chris Jammer, Danielle Armstrong, Ella Wise, Gemma Oaten, John Galea and Sandi Bogle on the decks.
Former TOWIE star Amy Childs enjoyed some family time as she walked the red carpet with her daughter Polly at the Where Is Peter Rabbit? press performance. Harry Potter actress Miriam Margolyes, who lends her voice to recordings used in the musical, also stepped out to watch the children's show following the beloved character Peter Rabbit and his friends in a story based on Beatrix Potter's magical world. Shappi Khorsandi, Imogen Thomas and Cara de la Hoyde all posed next to a giant Peter Rabbit, before heading in to the Theatre Royal Haymarket.
Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett, Kacey Musgraves, Luke Combs and Dan + Shay were among winners at this year's Academy of Country Music Awards. The ceremony, at the MGM Grand, also saw performances from Jason Aldean, Brothers Osborne, Kane Brown, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Reba McEntire, Chris Stapleton, Kelly Clarkson, Florida Georgia Line and Ashley McBryde. Guests included Nicole Kidman, Brandi Carlile, Khalid, Marren Morris, Hunter Hayes, Carrie Underwood, Dennis Quaid and Miranda Lambert.
Gillian Anderson left The Olivier Awards empty-handed, despite being hotly tipped to win the Best Actress gong for her role in All About Eve, but Patsy Ferran won the accolade instead for her performance in Summer and Smoke. The Inheritance, Company and Come From Away were the big winners of the evening, taking home four titles each, and further Winners included Kyle Soller, Stephen Daldry, Chris Walley, Monica Dolan, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Sharon D Clarke, Jonathan Bailey and Patti LuPone. The Duchess of Cornwall, Sally Field, Tom Hiddleston, Gloria Estefan, Kelsey Grammer, David Suchet, Bill Pullman, Richard E. Grant, Katharine McPhee and Vanessa Redgrave all walked the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall for the prestigious awards, hosted by Jason Manford, followed by an afterparty at the Natural History Museum.
Veteran broadcaster Sir David Attenborough served as host for the world premiere of his new Netflix documentary, Our Planet, welcoming celebrity guests David Beckham, Brooklyn Beckham, Ellie Goulding, Richard Curtis, Michaela Coel and Terry Gilliam to the Natural History Museum for the exclusive preview. Outspoken environmentalist The Prince of Wales was joined by sons The Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex at the screening, while Aaron Ramsey, Iwan Rheon, Dougie Poynter, Charlie Brooker and his wife Konnie Kuq made up the rest of the VIP guestlist.
Judges will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson, Olly Murs and Sir Tom Jones were at Elstree Studios for a photocall ahead of the final of this year's series of The Voice, hosted by Emma Willis. Last year's winner Ruti Olajugbagbe also joined the judges as well as hopefuls Jimmy Balito, Molly Hocking, Bethzienna Williams and Deana Walmsley before they compete in the final on April 6.
Singer Lily Allen debuted a new multicoloured hairdo, stepping out in a Burberry trench as joined a star-studded line up including Victoria Secret models Stella Maxwell, Elsa Holsk and Shanina Shaik for The Best of with Pat McGrath launch party. Brooklyn Beckham, Edward Enninful, Christopher Kane, Zawe Ashton and Bella Freud were among further partygoers celebrating the veteran make-up artist's new collection, A Technicolour Odyssey, designed exclusively for Selfridges. Celebrity DJ Fat Tony took to the decks at the Brasserie of Light as Sam Rollinson, Pam Hogg, Nicholas Kirkwood, Maxim Magnus, Sabrina Dhowre and Maria Borges partied the evening away.
Pixie Geldof, Daisy Lewis and Lady Amelia Windsor led a fashionable crowd into the Victoria and Albert Museum for its new Mary Quant exhibition, joining veteran British designers Pam Hogg, Philip Treacy, Jasper Conran and Julien MacDonald at the show’s private view. VIP guests and influencers Gizzi Erskine, Henry Conway, Anne Robinson, Meredith Ostrom, Pearl Mackie, Zara Martin and Nell Hudson were among others previewing the iconic 1960’s designer’s fashion creations.
Fashion designer and former presenter Alexa Chung stepped out in an ivory mid-length dress, teamed up with her Superga trainers, for the launch party celebrating her collaboration with the Italian sneaker brand. The model was joined at Gloria Trattoria by Lilah Parsons, Tanya Burr, Sophia Smith, Betty Bachz and Martha Ward, where her new spring/summer 2019 collection with the brand was displayed throughout the east London venue.
Fantastic Beasts stars Claudia Kim and Dan Fogler joined Harry Potter actor Jason Isaacs as the Warner Bros Studio tour based on JK Rowling's much-loved novels launched its new attraction. Kimberly Wyatt, Matt Edmondson, Gizzi Erskine, Sam Thompson and Carrie Hope Fletcher were among Harry Potter VIP fans to catch a glimpse of the display, based on the goblin-run Gringotts Bank, ahead of its opening to the public.
BAFTA TV Award nominees Jodie Comer, Sandra Oh and Fiona Shaw were out in Hollywood for the season two premiere of their hit BBC show, Killing Eve. Comer, Oh and Shaw, who are all nominated for acting prizes at the ceremony in May, joined stars Jessica Lu, Alex Landi, D'Arcy Carden, Sonali Deraniyagala, Lesley Nicol, Sam Richardson and Mara Wilson on the red carpet at ArcLight Cinemas Hollywood.
Love Island and Celebs Go Dating star Georgia Steel celebrated signing up to another reality series as she arrived with TOWIE's Courtney Green for the launch of Celebs On The Ranch. Fellow reality stars Eyal Booker and Bobby Cole Norris were also in tow as they joined other contestants Stephen Bailey and Jenny Powell at 33-34 Rathbone Place for a media preview of the new 5Star TV show, where celebrities exchange their luxury lifestyle for life on an Arizona ranch, followed by an intimate screening at Salvador and Amanda.
Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman won the Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture award as he joined co-stars Lupita Nyong'o, Michael B Jordan, Danai Gurira and Letitia Wright at the NAACP Image Awards. The Marvel film also collected The Outstanding Motion Picture prize, while Beyoncé took home the night’s top honour, Entertainer of the Year. Jay Z, Issa Rae, Thandie Newton, Kate Beckinsale, Logan Browning, Sanaa Lathan and Trevor Noah were also among guests at The Dolby Theater.
Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack joined a society crowd at this year's Russian Ballet Icons Gala. Prince Michael of Kent, Princess Michael of Kent, Lady Colin Campbell and Martha Fiennes were also at The London Coliseum for the annual gala, dedicated to celebrating and showcasing new talent from Russian ballet.
Beyoncé Knowles and Jay Z praised the LGBTQ community as they accepted the Vanguard Award at the 30th annual GLAAD Media Awards. Hosted by Jameela Jamil at The Beverly Hilton, Gwyneth Paltrow, Adam Lambert, Meghan Trainor, Hayley Kiyoko, Jenifer Lewis, Jonathan Van Ness, Lea Michele, Logan Browning and Olivia Munn were also among A-list guests.
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