Now that’s a Hollywood face! Joan Collins gives a most serious visage, while clutching her fur and doing the red carpet circuit last night at Vanity Fair’s annual viewing party. What ever could be going on? Joan took to Twitter to report she was having “a hell of a time with her mates George Hamilton and Carol Bayer Sager,” staying for an epic eight hours.
Alas, the Oscar awards have come and gone and we’ve had a night to ponder all those red carpet looks. Who thrilled us? Naomi Watts in a custom Giorgio Armani gown fully enveloped in layered gunmetal grey sequins certainly did. The Oscar-nominated actress looked like a zillion bucks. Watts even found the time to freshen up and hit the Vanity Fair party in an Emilio Pucci black and gold beaded one-shoulder gown. Superwoman much?
Ever dream of being in the pages of Vanity Fair? Graydon Carter is making dreams come true this September. VF is asking readers to submit photos of themselves (or someone they know) to be on their 2013 International Best-Dressed list. You can enter by using the hashtag #vfbestdressed on photos posted on Instagram, Twitter, or Trendabl.
Conde Nast announced a duo of internal publisher shuffles today. Paul Jowdy is now vice president and publisher of Details, replacing Steve DeLuca. Pamela Drucker Mann will be Jowdy’s successor as the new vice president and publisher of Bon AppÃ©tit. Jowdy most recently served as vice president and publisher of Bon AppÃ©tit, a position he has held since 2005. Prior to Bon AppÃ©tit, Jowdy was publisher at Details (a moment of career dÃ©jÃ vu, perhaps?) and previously served as an associate publisher of Vanity Fair for two years and advertising director of Conde Nast Traveler for three years. Drucker Mann was most recently the associate publisher in advertising at Glamour. Both publishers will continue reporting to William Wackermann, executive vice president and publishing director of Bon AppÃ©tit, Details, Glamour, the Gourmet brand and W.