Kate Hudson and Benny the Dog Hit the Red Carpet This Week
Kate Hudson is one of the biggest “it” girls on the red carpet, making every premiere, awards show or Hollywood event her personal runway. From sparkling gowns to silk silhouettes, her stunning fashion choices have won over admirers over the years.
She boasts a closet filled with the top labels, such as Oscar de La Renta, Thom Browne, Erdem, Rodarte and Carolina Herrera that she proudly wears. Additionally, her wardrobe boasts an array of powerful pantsuits for every occasion.
At her latest Glass Onion luncheon appearance, she donned an exquisite light gold fringe halter gown that caught all eyes as she walked the carpet. To complete the look, she added a vibrant pink pout and blonde locks for an exquisite appearance.
This week, stars from a variety of movies took to the red carpet for premieres and events. Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Rita Moreno to Sally Field and Harry Hamlin – there was no shortage of star power on Jan. 6 for the world premiere of 80 for Brady at Hollywood Bowl.
On Saturday in Los Angeles, Netflix hosted a screening, panel and reception for Rian Johnson’s whodunit. Following the screening, there was an interactive discussion with the filmmakers.
Throughout awards season, the actress has been seen at various film festivals wearing an array of stylish looks from sparkling gowns to silk silhouettes and daring pantsuits. Additionally, she donned some designer pieces during production on Something Borrowed, including a skintight Alexander McQueen number and fitted Versace design that shone on the carpet.
She is renowned for her stunning looks and delightful sense of humor, which she’s demonstrated through interviews. Truly a gifted communicator, she’s shared some hilarious observations with us over the years.
On a happier note, the actress was joined by her beloved dog Benny at Venice Film Festival competition entry Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon. In this fantasy adventure, Jeon Jong-seo stars as Mona Lisa – an unsettling figure who uses supernatural powers to escape from maximum-security wing of a mental asylum and run away from police in New Orleans where she eventually finds refuge with exotic dancer Bonnie (Hudson).
On January 16, Avatar: The Way of Water filmmakers James Cameron and Jon Landau were honored at a handprints ceremony held at TCL Chinese Theatre on Thursday. Joined by Sigourney Weaver and Stephen Lang, they shared this momentous occasion.