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Diane Keaton honored at Women in Entertainment breakfast

December 06, 2012|By Susan Denley
  • Actresses Diane Keaton, left, and Kerry Washington share a word at the Hollywood Reporter's 21st Annual Women in Entertainment breakfast.
Actresses Diane Keaton, left, and Kerry Washington share a word at the Hollywood… (John Shearer / Invision…)

Diane Keaton received the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award on Wednesday at the Hollywood Reporter's 21st annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast celebrating the magazine's picks for 100 most powerful women in the industry. Actresses Mindy Kaling and Elizabeth Banks and THR's editorial director, Janice Min, and publisher, Lynne Segall, were among the speakers at the event in Beverly Hills, keynoted by women's rights activist Sandra Fluke. [THR]

Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady's second child is due any day now, sources say. [The Cut]

The Duchess of Cambridge, the former Kate Middleton, was released from the hospital and whisked to Kensington Castle, where she is to rest. [Los Angeles Times]

Ross Burton, makeup artist to Oprah, Gayle King and a bevy of Hollywood beauties, has died at age 46 after an illness. [Elle] [WWD]

Katy Perry has introduced a new collection of fake eyelashes at Claire's. [The Cut]

Macy's has decided to keep most of its stores open around the clock the weekend before Christmas. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

American Apparel Chief Executive Dov Charney is the target of another lawsuit, this one accusing him of choking and trying to rub dirt in the face of a store manager. [Los Angeles Times]

Alexa Chung, who recently received her third British Style Award, has been seen sporting Nail Inc.'s Bling It On Leather Effect polish, which doesn't hit stores until Dec. 13. Thanks in part to Chung, there already is a reported waiting list of more than 800 would-be buyers of the polish. [Refinery 29]

The new documentary "In Vogue: The Editor's Eye" is scheduled to air on HBO Thursday night. It profiles the legendary fashion editors behind some of the most memorable images in the magazine from the early 20th Century till now. [Styleite]

Note to pet owners: You can find companies out there that will take the remains of your beloved Fido or Fluffy and turn them into synthetic diamonds to create a keepsake piece of jewelry. [The Wall Street Journal]


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