“My Favorite Redhead...Lea T. Get to know her world, she is amazingly unbelievable. thanks 4 the pic @GQMagazine France,” tweetedJoan Smalls, introducing the Brazilian model (who has already appeared in editorials in Vogue Paris and Interview Magazine) to the Twitter world.
House actress Odette Annable recently appeared on TFS’s Best Dressed list, but not wearing the New York Giants gear she had on in her most recent twitpics. Turns out the star is a huge football fan.
Alexa Chung at the Chanel Installation
“Thank you Chanel for the most amount of fun ever. #Vegas next stop #LA,” tweetedAlexa Chung, who wore a Spring 2012 buttoned dress by the designer as she DJ’d the opening of their installation Numeros Prives: A Journey Through the World of Chanel at the Wynn in Las Vegas.
Jordin Sparks Shoots a Fitness Campaign for Reebok
Jordin Sparks is celebrating getting fit with a new athletic campaign for Reebok, “Can't wait for you 2 see the photos! I love my new Reebok gear! :D” tweeted the singer.
Kim Kardashian as an Ewok
“Raaaawwwrrrrr,” tweetedKim Kardashian, looking like an Ewok from Star Wars in a furry hooded scarf complete with ears. Are those the horrified screams of PETA activists I hear in the distance?
“Someone gave this to me yesterday. It was my very first magazine cover. Crazy!” tweetedNikki Reed. Recognize that other face? It’s Evan Rachel Wood, with whom Reed starred in Thirteen back in 2003.
Fearne Cotton Tries the Headband Trend
Fearne Cotton must’ve been inspired by Michelle Williams’ and Charlize Theron’s headbands at the Golden Globes, but went a little more homespun for her iteration of the trend. “My mate Becky's nan knitted this for me!” tweeted the Radio One personality.
Ellen Freeman has been contributing to the Fashion Spot since 2010. Since graduating with a degree in comparative literature from Haverford College, her celebrity fashion, wellness, arts and travel writing has appeared in publications including the Matador Network and Philadelphia Weekly. Also a certified yoga instructor, Ellen currently lives in the Japanese countryside—but misses thrift store spelunking in her hometown of Portland, Oregon.