While some prints are still waiting for their comeback (e.g. paisley), stripes are something that never truly go away. Katie Holmes loves them so much - she’s not only a repeat wearer, her daughter even sports them.
You can see more pics of the striped ones after the jump.
If you’ve been trying to keep up with Katie Holmes’ latest hairstyle, it’s time to hit your stylist once again.
The actress who’ll be making her Broadway debut in All My Sons next month, showed off her shorter tresses in New York this week. Maybe she wanted to spend more time rehearsing and less time in front of the mirror?
So what do you think of Katie’s new look? Are you kind of missing her Joey Potter days?
Someone page Victoria Beckham stat.
Just yesterday, Katie Holmes was allowed to walk LA’s streets after committing not just one, but two fashion crimes.
Apparently ‘mad money’ doesn’t always buy you styling sense.
And to think they bumped Mario Lopez for this…
Although Katie Holmes’ is apparently getting a sizable paycheck for her Broadway debut, ticket sales have reportedly been underwhelming. According to the New York Post, advance purchases for All My Sons have not yet reached the $1 million mark. In comparison, when Tom’s last wife (a.k.a. Nicole Kidman) hit the stage, The Blue Room raked in $4 million before opening night. (And that was at 1998 prices!)
Of course, both ladies have to take a back seat to Julia Roberts’ 2006 stint; tickets for Three Days of Rain were snapped up in just one day.
So if you have the free time and $300 to spare, it sounds like you may have your choice of seats to jump on this September.
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While I’ve never been a huge fan of Ms. Holmes, I like to think of this as karma coming back to bite Mario in the ass.
In case you haven’t already heard the news, Katie Holmes has finally chosen to put Suri down and get back to work. (Seems her Mad Money gig wasn’t satisfying enough for her or anyone who watched it.) But instead of returning to the big screen, Holmes has chosen to make her Broadway debut in All My Sons, a revival of an Arthur Miller play.
So what does Katie’s decision have to do with Lopez? Well, in order to recoup the money for
the actress’ paycheck, the producers had to seek out a venue with more seats. Unfortunately, taking over the Schoenfeld Theater meant an early end to the show currently performing there: A Chorus Line starring Mario Lopez. Needless to say, Lopez is reportedly “pissed” by this news. (Oh, poor baby.)
You can expect lengthy reviews on Holmes’ performance this September.
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At last night’s Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala, female celebrities of every caliber had the chance to put on their finest. (Their escorts did their best to look acceptable in their suits.)
Unfortunately, most of the dresses I saw this year were either outright boring or simply ugly. You can view more of the lowlights - and some of the highlights - after the jump.
(David and Victoria Beckham, Eva Longoria, Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen)
Katie Holmes has apparently proven that she knows how to spend money on clothes, so that must mean she’s qualified to design them as well. Right?
A recent issue of OK! magazine reported that Mrs. Tom Cruise was in line to have her own label under the Giorgio Armani name. The collection, supposedly titled ‘Katie Holmes for Armani’, would have eventually included items for toddlers, kids and women. It was a story too ridiculous it was probably true. But surprisingly, it wasn’t. Or isn’t yet.
According to Holmes’ rep, the designing rumor was just that - a rumor. “Katie Holmes is not designing a children’s clothing line for Giorgio Armani.” Who knows? Maybe her rep planted the story in hopes of making it true. I mean, really—what else does Katie have going on? She’s already made a mess of her acting career (choosing to come back in Mad Money and not the Batman sequel was not a smart move)—she might as well do something else.
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