This week’s peek into the celebrity world of Twitter reveals far-off travels, fashion-forward fooling around, and celebrity holiday wishes.
Project Runway winner Christian Siriano and jewelry designer Brad Walsh posted their vintagey holiday card on Twitter – Santa hats, cute dogs and all. "Have a wonderful holiday!" tweeted the couple.
Power couple Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher never stop tweeting, even when they’re halfway around the globe! The pair posted this pic of themselves jumping in front of the Great Pyramids on their romantic holiday to Egypt. But is Kutcher wearing a dress? No, that’s the traditional Egyptian menswear, called a Jelabiya. "Just a little hop in Egypt!" they tweeted.
Designers have all the fun! Elie Tahari tweeted this pic of a super-long pair of pants he designed with the caption: "This sample was worn. On a real person. Models are TALL (note: height of officemate is 5′ 6")." OK, so maybe models have all the fun.
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore "hop" in Egypt (left) and Elie Tahari shows off super-long pants for a super-tall model
Ashton & Demi aren’t the only Hollywood sweethearts traveling this week. Actress Kristen Bell tweeted this pic of a Japanese matcha green tea flavored Kit Kat bar with the warning, "Not as good as it looks." The sweet is extremely popular in Japan where it comes in wacky flavors from Wasabi to rose. The actress wasn’t actually in Japan, however, but traveled to Germany for the premiere of her latest film Burlesque.
Lady Gaga had a heartfelt message for her Twitter followers. After the repeal of "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" finally passed, she tweeted this pic of herself holding a sign that says "Full Equality" with the message, "Today I am so proud to be an American. I wish I was home so I could throw a parade. We are on the way… to full equality."
Kristen Bell shows off a wasabi Kit Kat bar (left) and Lady Gaga responds to the repeal of "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell"
British luxury shoe designer Beatrix Ong had some fun this week dressing up for a masquerade party in a hand-made mask of British retail investor Harold Tillman. If you don’t recognize him, you’ll definitely recognize her entourage of Anna Wintour impersonators.