The Office went out with a bang with its big series finale this week, packing in plenty of emotional moments — including Dwight and Angela's wedding! The event was a little unorthodox (and so was the bachelor party), but we couldn't see it any other way for two of Dunder Mifflin's quirkiest employees. Not only did the wedding include a very special guest, but it also rekindled a romance between one of the show's most memorable couples. Take a look at all the pictures from the wedding!
Between parties for magazine covers, royals playing polo, the launch of an exciting new collaboration, and the Cannes Film Festival, the style set has been out and about a lot this week.
Model Doutzen Kroes attended the Le Passé premiere in Cannes, with Cara Delevingne and Hanneli Mustaparta also in the mix at the Calvin Klein-hosted Women in Film party. Stateside, supermodel Iman helped Kerry Washington celebrate her stunning June cover of Elle magazine at a party attended by everyone from the magazine's editor, Robbie Myers, to Olivia Chantecaille. Designers Jason Wu and Valentino Garavani both showed up at Prince Harry's charity polo match in Greenwich, CT, where models Karolina Kurkova and Jessica Stam were also spotted.
But perhaps no event drew more members of the style set than Donatella Versace's party for the relaunch of her secondary line Versus and its collaboration with Jonathan Anderson earlier this week. Both designers got hands-on at the event, styling runway looks in front of a crowd that included models like Eniko Mihalik and Heidi Klum.
A look at those events and more, here in the gallery.
The world is focused on the red carpet looks at the Cannes Film Festival, but there were plenty of other amazing hair and makeup moments stateside, too. We're rounding up everything from Ashlee Simpson's pouffy updo to Kerry Washington's ability to always look amazing on- and offscreen. Click through to see our top 10 favorites.
Happy Birthday, Craigy Ferg! Our favorite geeky Scotsman turns 50 today. Craig is a nerd-lover's dream; his love of science fiction and geekery come through on every episode and his Twitter account. Plus, he's got a TARDIS on his desk.
As host of the Late Late Show, Craig Ferguson has been keeping us in stitches since taking over late-night hosting duties in 2005. Here are seven reasons why we love the Ferg:
- Devoted Whovian — He dedicated an entire episode of his talk show to his love of Doctor Who. Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith even made his first American talk-show appearance for the episode.
- Robot cohost — Craig is such a huge Mythbusters fan that show host Grant Imahara built him a robot sidekick name Geoff Peterson.
- Geek Peacemaker — When discussing the time old debate of Star Trek vs. Star Wars with guest Adam Savage, Craig explains you don't have to pick a side, each have their own special star themes.
- Shark Fan — As host of the Discovery Channel's 2010 Shark Week, Craig guided viewers through his "favorite holiday."
- Loves puppets — Regular viewers of the show are familiar with the frequent use of puppets in the opening monologue and skits. For the 1,000th episode Wavy the crocodile hilariously hosted the whole show and interviewed Jason Schwartzman.
- Good sport — Craig went along with the original captain William Shatner's request to show off his horsemanship skills by galloping around the stage with Shatner at the reigns.
- Keeps it real — When Britney Spears was going through tough times a few years ago, Craig refused to joke about her on the show. Proudly sober for nearly 20 years, he understands that such trying issues don't need to be prodded further.
If you need any more proof as to why you should be loving Craig Ferguson, watch the song and dance performed on the Doctor Who episode of the Late Late Show. It wasn't aired on the show due to rights problems with the theme song, but it was later, thankfully, leaked on the web.
When it comes to Cannes Film Festival, some people are focused on the actors, others on the fashion, but we are zooming in on the manicures. The glamorous dresses call for equally exciting nail designs. Get an up close look at the best nail art and polish spotted in the South of France.
Mindy Kaling showed up on The Office series finale last night and stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, but there was a different TV show altogether that was on her mind: Game of Thrones. Apparently Mindy is a pret-ty big fan of Jaime Lannister and gushed to Jimmy about her huge crush on the character. The best part is that Jimmy was able to pass on the result to Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime on the show, and the result is pretty priceless.
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Suzie Boluarte of Project: Party Perfect knew just what the theme for her son Caiden's second birthday should be. "We live near a small airport, and he loves going to the observation deck," Suzie says. "It's on the tarmac, and he gets an up-close experience seeing small planes and private jets take off and land."
Suzie took that love of planes and created an inventive party full of high-flying clouds, crafts, and cute treats. "Because it was homemade and not a commercially licensed, themed party, it was a lot easier on the wallet," Suzie says. "I got to mix and match products and choose my own color theme with a budget." Budget-friendly, DIY, and adorable? Sounds like a party we can get on board with!
It used to be that a trip to Paris meant bringing along an empty suitcase to house all the drugstore beauty buys you'd stock up on. Fortunately, the days of product smuggling are just about over. Most of the products that travelers pine over are available stateside, thanks to that handy thing called online shopping. In honor of the Cannes Film Festival, click through to see the top 10 French brands you'll fall in love with . . . and keep your passport at home.
When the editors of Pottery Barn's Inside & Out blog challenged me to style some of their new outdoor accessories at home, I knew my barren yard would be put to the test. I'd been aching to create an outdoor space where I could sip cocktails while catching up with friends, but my commitment-phobe tendencies always ruled out traditional dining sets or gigantic loungers. Small, dispersed trees in my yard made stringing lights nearly impossible. I started with four leather Mexican patio chairs and an unflattering floodlight, but with the help of some accessories and simple styling tricks, I managed to turn my outdoor fantasy into a reality. Keep reading for tips on how to tackle this in just a day!
No longer does creating the perfect boys' nursery involve painting the walls blue and choosing a bedding set featuring monsters, dinosaurs, or astronauts. As proof, check out the amazingly stylish real kids' rooms we've discovered this year (check out our favorite girls' rooms, too!). From woodland themes to vintage-inspired chalkboard art, from chic chartreuse accents to globally sourced goods, these little boys' rooms offer some serious design inspiration.