All the cliches that you know of what goes into a bachelorette party, whatever you’ve seen in the movies and read in the books, they are all true. If you have ever been to a bachelor/bachelorette party you know this is what goes down before your friends says ‘I do’. Last month, my closest friend got married.
Bollywood celebrated the festival of colours yesterday in true filmy style. Shabana Azmi and Ekta Kapoor threw grand parties – TV channel Zoom threw a Holi bash as well and all your favourite stars were spotted. Here is a glimpse.
Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan’s two-month-old son Taimur Ali Khan attended his first big Kapoor khandaan party as his grandad Randhir Kapoor rang in his 70th birthday. While Kareena looked stunning in a blue salwaar kameez, Saif looked dapper in a white white kurta pyjama. Randhir’s 70th birthday brought together not just the Kapoor clan but also thye B-Town.
Mom-to-be Anne Hathaway made her first red carpet appearance since her pregnancy news. (Photo: Getty Images)
Jonathan Anderson, far right, with cohosts Don and Mera Rubell at the Loewe store during Art Basel Miami. Photo: Courtesy World Red Eye
One of the many Art Basel fetes that took place on Tuesday night included the opening of “No Man’s Land” at the Rubell Family Collection where one couldn’t help but feel the collective surge of girl power in the air. The evening, which was cohosted by W Magazine and Roberto Cavalli, celebrated the works of 150 female artists ranging from the established (Cindy Sherman, Elizabeth Peyton) to the new gals on the block (Jennifer Giudi, Silke Otto-Knapp).
There was a universal sense of awe at the Ziegfeld Theater tonight, where Marc Jacobs decided to stage his show after his contract with the New York State Armory (where he has held his shows for the past several years) had expired. Upon running up to the iconic building — yes, running, Jacobs likes to start on time, and the fear of missing his show put this reporter in a full blown panic — the red carpet had been rolled out and his name appeared in lights on the marquee. The show did not start at 6pm on the dot, so rehydrating with a fountain soda was essential. It was served in a cup that read, “Marc Jacobs: Live Onstage at the Ziegfeld Theater.” There were also matching T-shirts that were being given out as well as Playbill with Marc’s likeness. By the time Natalie Westling set foot in the building in the first look, the band was strumming the first chords of “Sabotage” by the Beastie Boys.