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One of the biggest movie premiers of the summer season is “The Butler”, directed by Lee Daniels and written by Daniel Stray. It is a historically based film about a White House butler named Cecil Gaines, who served there between 1952 and 1986, who saw many changes in America first hand. The movie stars a host of celebrities in the cast including Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, Cuba Gooding Jr., Terrence Howard, Vanessa Redgrave, and Mariah Carey. For the NYC premier, they were out in style.
For celebrity fashion.
This past Sunday was the 67th Annual Tony Awards, which brought many celebrities out to celebrate the nominees and recipients of the Antoinette Perry Award for Excellence in Theatre. It was held in the Radio City Music Hall in NYC and had a host of fabulous and frightening fashion.
Is the “big day” fast approaching and you, the groom-to-be, naturally want to look and feel your best? Besides connecting with the best wedding photographers beforehand, there are some other, personal things that you can do ahead of time to make that happen. First of all, if you have a tendency to be a “junk food junkie”, you are probably not getting all the nutrients that your body needs. Start eating a healthier diet at least a week before the matrimonies with plenty of protein, fruits, and vegetables, as well as drinking more water will help you to feel your best on your wedding day.
The Tony Awards, formally called the Antoinette Perry Awards, are an award that is given for excellence in live Broadway Theatre performance. Live theatre attracts many of the celebrities that you are used to seeing in movies and on TV, it is just another avenue for their craft. While I was looking at the men’s fashion at the Tony Awards this year, there were some looks that shined and some that flopped.
One A+ was Hugh Jackman in his traditional jet black tuxedo with wide lapels, classic white button-down shirt, and matching black bowtie. The cut of the jacket gave his broad shoulders great audience appeal. Hugh was being honored for raising significant amounts of money for the Broadway Community, as well as his charity work. As he graciously accepted the honor from his wife, I realized that he is a guy that I have never seen look bad.