Last night, I had the honor of attending a special screening of Anne Hathaway's new film, "Rachel Getting Married," presented by The Cinema Society and Lancôme. New York's elite were all out to celebrate the occasion and, though the film was rather dark, the stars (and their tresses) were shining brighter than ever.
Anne's shoulder-length hair was frizz-free and lustrous (she's actually one of the only actresses I've met whose hair looks as amazing on-screen as off ...), Debra Winger's was full of body and bounce, Bee Shaffer (Anna Wintour's heir to the throne) looked perfectly polished, and Susan Sarandon rocked a fun (and wonderfully forgiving) newsboy cap.
I also owe a little apology to Alan Cumming, whose crazy new cut I've now seen in person and (after critiquing on the red carpet) quite like. I know it may be hard to believe, but it's actually rather charming. In fact, the only person who appeared to be having a bad hair day was Anne's character in the film, who runs out of a salon mid-color― leaving the actress with blonde, skunk-like streaks for the remainder of the movie. Lucky for Anne, she's simply Magnifique and can pull off such an awful look without looking awful.