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The High Life Of Hollywood Fashion
As the sun set on the 90th Academy Awards, the most celebrated names in Hollywood made their annual pilgrimage from the Dolby Theatre to the Vanity Fair Oscar party.
Housed for the fourth year in a custom-built space adjacent to the Wallis Annenberg Center and Beverly Hills City Hall, the party, hosted by Vanity Fair editor Radhika Jones, welcomed newly-minted Oscar winners and more boldfaced names to walk the green-and-white carpet, then celebrate well into the night.
Leslie Bibb transitioned into film and television during the late 1990s, first appearing on television in 1996 with minor roles in a few television series, while first appearing on film in 1997 with a small role in “Private Parts”.
Leslie scored her first recurring role in the TV show, “The Big Easy”, before her role as Brooke McQueen on the WB Network dramedy series, “Popular”, brought her to the attention of a wider audience; she received a Teen Choice Award for Television Choice Actress for the role.
Leslie also starred as the journalist, Christine Everhart, in “Iron Man” and “Iron Man 2”.
British stylist, Neil J. Rodgers, created the perfect final touch to every outfit with his modern yet elegant chic shoe line.
Through his 15 years as a stylist, he worked on flawless looks for celebrities such as Beyonce, Giselle Bundchen, Anna Kendrick and Dita von Teese.
His handmade collections come from locally sourced materials made in a family factory in Venice, Italy.
Neil’s understated yet luxury shoes have graced the red carpets of the Golden Globes, Oscar’s, Grammy’s, Met Ball and other prestigious events.
The collection is the ideal contrast of tone and texture making it the must have shoe for every affair.