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Demi Moore frequently adorns herself with Jack Vartanian baubles, but this Valentine’s Day she’s taking her connection with the jeweler one step further. Moore, along with husband Ashton Kutcher, collaborated with Vartanian to create a collection of necklaces in the shape of handcuffs for the Hallmark holiday. While prices range from $710 to $2,140 in variations of white, yellow and rose gold and black and white diamonds, it’s for a good cause—50 percent of sales will be donated to the Demi and Ashton (DNA) Foundation, a non-profit organization that raises awareness about child sex slavery. “I am thrilled to collaborate with Demi and Ashton in such a noble cause,” Vartanian told InStyle. Moore, shown, recently wore one of the necklaces to the Sundance Film Festival. The collection and benefit sale launches tomorrow and lasts through February 14th on JackVartanian.com.
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Hairstyles at last night’s SAG Awards ranged from sexy shaken-out waves like Lea Michele to a teased, oversize bun like Jennifer Lawrence. And we got the inside scoop on their looks, thanks to celebrity hairstylist Mark Townsend. “Lea put her dress on, and I immediately saw a very modern ’70s diva,” he told us. “I gave her a big, full blowout with a small round brush for as much volume as possible.” As for Lawrence, he created a look that was young, fun and modern. “I wanted there to be tons of texture inside the bun, but I wanted it to be smooth,” Townsend said. Click through for exclusive behind-the-scenes photos of the stars preparing for the SAG Awards.
[tiImage width=”340″ height=”400″ url=”http://img2.timeinc.net/instyle/images/2011/wrn/012711-halle-lead-300.jpg” credit=”Courtesy of Coty Beauty” align=”right” border=”0″ alt=”Halle Berry Reveal”]After the success of her first two fragrances, Halle by Halle Berry and Pure Orchid by Halle Berry, the stunning star will launch a third perfume next month. “Reveal is an invitation for women to share their story, to reveal some parts of themselves that they have not yet expressed,” Berry said of the scent, which includes a fruity blend of honeydew melon, neroli petals and musk. Check-out our exclusive image from the ad campaign, right, shot by Cliff Watts, and look out for the racy commercials set to air on TV soon. Have you tried any of Halle Berry’s fragrances? Tell us in the comments below!
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The accessories on Gossip Girl always catch our eye, which is why we’re thrilled to find out that one of the show’s stars is launching her own handbag line! Kelly Rutherford, whose style we love as her TV alter-ego Lily van der Woodsen, created a five-piece line of clutches and totes for QVC. “My priority is to design timeless pieces that women of all ages can wear,” Rutherford told InStyle exclusively. “I designed the bags for the chic working mom as well as the sophisticated urban girl on-the-go.” The collection, which she describes as “affordable luxury,” includes an evening clutch and satchel (shown), ranging from $130 to $199. But the big question is… would Lily wear them? “Lily would own the bags in every color,” she said. “They are priced so well, why not? Plus, they go with everything.” Rutherford’s line launches on QVC February 25th at 8/7c. Click through the gallery to see an exclusive preview of her collection!
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Last month, actress Bryce Dallas Howard announced that she had landed a gig as the face Kate Spade‘s spring campaign, modeling the label’s new season of clothes, handbags and shoes. Now, the label just shared some behind-the-scenes photos from Howard’s shoot exclusively with InStyle! (Fun fact: Howard, the 29-year-old daughter of Ron Howard, starred in Hereafter, The Village, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.) Click through to see Howard modeling—in her first campaign ever!—wearing Kate Spade’s bright, fun spring colors, of course. Plus: Click “More” to see a video of the photo shoot.
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When we caught up with recently-engaged Eva Amurri, daughter of Susan Sarandon, at the InStyle/Warner Bros. Golden Globes after-party, the actress told us that her new marital status comes with its own set of challenges. Which is why she’s doing something about it. “I’m writing a book about how overwhelming being engaged is for a modern woman,” said Amurri (in Chris Benz), pictured here with her retired professional soccer player fiancé Kyle Martino. “I realized once I got engaged, that everyone is overwhelmed, but nobody talks about it. I’m going to try and write this book as a companion guide for women who are overwhelmed.” Though, that doesn’t mean she isn’t enjoying herself. “Tonight’s the first time I’m being photographed with my ring,” she said, showing off her round diamond solitaire, which is surrounded by diamonds and set on a pave diamond band (inset). “It’s a big deal.”
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— Sharon Clott, with reporting by Scott Huver
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Amy Adams selected a strapless teal blue gown by Marchesa, which featured lasercut detailing on its scalloped bodice, for her walk down the Golden Globes red carpet. “This is our first time dressing Amy and we couldn’t be more thrilled,” Marchesa designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig told InStyle.com exclusively. “She is always so elegant.” This Marchesa creation is part of the label’s pre-fall 2011 collection, and the designers shared an exclusive sketch of the look, shown left, with InStyle! Adams, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actress that night, finished the look with a rectangle clutch by Kilian Hennessy. See a close-up of the sketch in the gallery.
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Catherine Zeta-Jones walked the carpet at the Golden Globes last night in a strapless emerald textured organza gown by Monique Lhuillier, which featured a side drape and hand-tufted skirt. “I’m just happy to be able to put on a pretty dress,” she told us on the red carpet. “It’s been a while since I’ve had the chance to do that.” Lhuillier first premiered this dress during her pre-fall 2011 presentation last month, and the designer shared an exclusive sketch of the look with InStyle (left)! The actress finished the look with Ferragamo sandals and jewelry by Van Cleef & Arpels. See the dress, from sketch to runway to red carpet, in the gallery.
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Finding the perfect dress for the Golden Globes isn’t an easy task. Just ask True Grit‘s Hailee Steinfeld. “I honestly tried on probably a countless amount of dresses,” the 14-year-old actress told us at the Critics’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles, where she wore a peach one-shoulder mini by Marchesa. “The one I picked [for the Globes] was the last dress I tried on. After you’ve tried on a number of dresses, you don’t even want to put on anymore and you’re so upset by the fact that you haven’t found one. Then I put this one on and I fell in love with the way it fit.” The one that stole her heart? A cream gown by Prabal Gurung (shown), which she accessorized with Tiffany & Co. jewelry and Salvatore Ferragamo shoes. “Fashion is something I’ve gotten into these past couple months,” Steinfeld told us. “When I see something that I really like, I just go for it.”
— Sharon Clott, with reporting by Lindzi Scharf
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Mila Kunis didn’t pick a dress off the runway or off the rack for her Golden Globes appearance, where she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress. It was all custom. “This dress came as a sketch,” the Black Swan actress told us at the Critics Choice Awards in Los Angeles, where she was dressed in a black Nini Ricci look. “We had tried on other dresses. Then, this sketch came in and we thought the sketch was beautiful. In four days, this person made the dress, and whipped it up!” Kunis’s custom creation turned out to be an emerald green one-shoulder gown by Vera Wang (shown). How speedy Wang was in creating her beautiful look!
— Sharon Clott, with reporting by Lindzi Scharf