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New Miss America Mallory Hagan plans career in cosmetics

January 14, 2013|By Susan Denley
  • Mallory Hagan, Miss New York, waves after being crowned the new Miss America.
Mallory Hagan, Miss New York, waves after being crowned the new Miss America. ( David Becker / Getty Images )

Mallory Hagan, crowned Miss America on Saturday night, is a Brooklyn resident who is studying at the Fashion Institute of Design and Marketing in New York. Her goal is to become a cosmetics executive. [New York Times]

Stars flocked to Los Angeles for the 2013 Golden Globes on Sunday, showing off new red carpet looks.  Some of the fashion trends noted by Los Angeles Times fashion critic Booth Moore included backless dresses, long sleeves and blush, cream and nude tones. [Los Angeles Times]

PHOTOS: Best and worst fashion moments at the Golden Globes

The Golden Globes wasn't the only thing going on in Los Angeles over the weekend. On Saturday, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts hosted a "Downton Abbey"-style tea party for nominees. The cream fashion trend was seen there, too, notably in the cream and silver cocktail outfit by Vionnet worn by Amanda Seyfried. Her "Les Miserables" co-stars Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Eddie Redmayne and Helena Bonham Carter were also in attendance, along with a host of other film and television heavyweights.  [Society News L.A.]

On Saturday night, much of young Hollywood turned out for the Art of Elysium's annual Heaven gala. The event took place in downtown L.A.'s Second Street tunnel, which Oscar-winning costume designer Colleen Atwood had transformed with a giant eye that projected images of sea and sky. The event honored Atwood and actor David Arquette. [Society News L.A.]

Mother-daughter Marie and Kelly Gray, the founder-former designer and former chief executive respectively of California-based St. John knits, are starting a new fashion line. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

The Missoni menswear collection for 2013 was shown in Milan as scheduled Sunday, even while searchers continued to look for the plane that disappeared off the coast of Venezuela on Jan. 4 carrying company executive Vittorio Missoni and his wife. The collection received a standing ovation. [The Cut]


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