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October 25, 2016   Ali   Articles & Interviews, Awards, Events, Style Be first to comment

InStyle hosted their second annual InStyle Awards at The Getty Center in Los Angeles on Monday evening, an intimate dinner hosted by newly appointed Editor-in-Chief Laura Brown that was meant to honor the actors, actresses and artists whose style has helped shape the red carpet as we know it, as well as those behind the scenes who help make them look so effortlessly glamorous. The evening was full of big names, both from Hollywood and the runways of Paris, who all gathered together to honor Nicole Kidman, Tom Ford, Priyanka Chopra, Shailene Woodley, Leon Bridges, hairstylist Danilo, makeup artist Sir John, and stylist Leslie Fremar

Honorees Kidman said it was “really sweet” to be celebrated as InStyle‘s Style Icon, but her at-home critics weren’t as impressed: “My kids were like, ‘Where are you going?’ I said, ‘To get a style award.’ They were like, ‘What?’” she joked to People. After all, they are their mom’s most valuable style weapons — when asked if she gives them style advice, Kidman said, “No! They give me it.”

The Oscar winner admitted she’s come a long way from her early days: “My mom made all my clothes when I was a little girl and then when I got bigger I suddenly had people like Lagerfeld and Tom Ford and Alexander McQueen and Galliano making clothes for me and I get to wear those extraordinary things. It’s kind of amazing. That’s like fairytale stuff right?” (It definitely sounds like a dream to us.) And he style has certainly improved from those early days, she says: “It was a train wreck when I was 10, 11, 12…But I was really into chill skirts and ankle boots and all that sort of stuff. So I think I’ve just evolved as I’ve grown up. And now I probably have a far more, I would say, classical style with a bit of a twist.”

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October 25, 2016   Ali   Events, Images Be first to comment

Last night Nicole was honored at the InStyle Awards as their Style Icon. She walked the red carpet in a beautiful black & pink gown by Atelier Versace.

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October 25, 2016   Ali   Articles & Interviews, Awards, Style Be first to comment

Nicole spoke with ET on the red carpet of last night’s InStyle Awards.

Nicole Kidman has been a style icon for as long as we can remember, and the second annual InStyle Awards on Monday night in Los Angeles was no exception.

The statuesque actress stunned in a sexy pink-and-black Versace gown featuring a thigh-high slit, and paired it with gorgeous black T-strap pumps. Her elegant updo and a diamond bracelet completed the high fashion look.

ET spoke with the Australian star at the event — where she was fittingly honored with the Style Icon Award — and she revealed her favorite red carpet looks of all time.

“I think I like the Dior… you know, the chartreuse that I wore,” she tells ET’s Nischelle Turner, referring to the iconic brightly-colored John Galliano for Christian Dior satin gown she donned at the Oscars in 1997.

“There was another beautiful gold Dior that no one comments on but was probably one of my favorites,” she adds, also shouting out her bold look at the Oscars in 2000. “And I got to wear, like, the most beautiful 24-carat gold antique gloves that I still own — fingerless gloves. There’s just different things. I mean, so much of it for me is the combination of jewelry and dresses and the way it’s all put together.”

Kidman, 49, says her sense of style comes from her mother, who actually made her clothes growing up.

“I think because I grew up with a mother who could sew, she would make all my clothes for me ever since I was little,” she reveals. “So I was able to think things up and tear stuff out of magazines when I got to be a teenager, and she would make them for my sister and I. So, our prom dresses, my mom made.”

“I think that’s probably why I love clothes so much because I watch them… and really, I love couture because of that — because I know what it takes to make things, and the mastery in a couture dress takes my breath away — still takes my breath away,” she notes.

Kidman was accompanied inside by her husband, Keith Urban, who she gushed was racing to the event to join her after performing on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Kidman shares that she and her two daughters with Urban — 8-year-old Sunday and 5-year-old Faith — are planning a quiet celebration to mark his 49th birthday on Wednesday.

“He said, ‘I want nothing big. I just want the four of us together,'” she explains. “But, we’ve organized things. We’ve got stuff. The girls and I have planned it. … I think when you’re just a really close family, the last thing you want to do is go out and have some big party. He just wants to be surrounded by his girls so that’s what he’s getting.”

Kidman and Urban celebrated their 10-year wedding anniversary in June, and clearly, appear more in love than ever.

October 23, 2016   Ali   Big Little Lies, Images Be first to comment

HBO has released the first still from the new series Big Little Lies starring Nicole, Reese Witherspoon & Shailene Woodley.

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October 21, 2016   Ali   Awards Be first to comment

E!Online shared this exciting news today!

Congratulations are in order for Nicole Kidman, Hugh Grant, Naomie Harris and Lily Collins—the latest bunch to be announced as honorees for the 2016 Hollywood Film Awards.

In a statement released today, dick clark productions announced that supporting Kidman and Grant will be taking home the awards for Hollywood Supporting Actress and Hollywood Supporting Actor for their respective roles in Lion and Florence Foster Jenkins.

The two will be joined by Hollywood Breakout Actress winner Harris, for her roles in Collateral Beauty and Moonlight, and New Hollywood award winner Collins, for her role in Rules Don’t Apply.

The awards, which are celebrating their 20th anniversary this year, will be held Nov. 6 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and will be hosted by James Corden.

Serving as one of the first awards show of the season, Hollywood Film Award winners often go on to receive Golden Globes and Oscars, which means these honorees are in for a potentially great year—Just ask Kidman, who won her first HFA in 2001 for Actress of the Year and later went on to win a Golden Globe and received an Oscar nod the same year.

Hopefully she, along with the other honorees, has as great of a year this time around.

Previously announced honorees include, Eddie Murphy, who will be receiving the Hollywood Career Achievement Award, and Tom Hanks, who will be given the Hollywood Actor Award.

Other winners include director Tom Ford, producer Marc Platt, costume designer Albert Wolsky, and films Zootopia and The Jungle Book.

More honorees will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

October 16, 2016   Ali   Big Little Lies, Videos Be first to comment

Who knows what lies out there beneath the surface.
Based on the best selling book, Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Alexander Skarsgård, Adam Scott, James Tupper, Zoë Kravitz star in HBO’s limited series “Big Little Lies,” coming 2017.

October 12, 2016   Ali   Events, Images Be first to comment

Tonight in London Nicole walked the red carpet of the London Film Festival’s American Express Gala and Lion Screening. She looked gorgeous in a Giorgio Armani Privé black silk velvet dress embroidered with black crystals. Images from the event are now in our gallery.

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October 12, 2016   Ali   Articles & Interviews, Events, Lion Be first to comment

Nicole talked with the Daily Mail about raising her daughters with Keith Urban.

The actress has two young daughters, Sunday Rose, eight, and Faith, five, with husband Keith Urban, as well as an adult son and daughter with Tom Cruise

Nicole Kidman stole the show in a stunning leg-bombing black dress tonight, as she led famous faces at her Lion premiere in London.

And the star, 49, flashed a huge smile as she met fans, before opening up about the dread she feels about her youngest children growing up.

The Oscar-winning actress has two young daughters, Sunday Rose, eight, and Faith, five, with husband Keith Urban, as well as an adult son and daughter with Tom Cruise.

Arriving at the BFI London Film Festival to promote her movie, in which she plays the adoptive mother of a young boy from India, she told the Press Association: “My maternal instincts are very strong.

“I’m raising two little girls right now and I have two adult children, but Keith, my husband, always says ‘you’re so maternal’, which I take as a compliment, but I will be sad when there is not a five-year-old in the house.

“I think of that. But at least my sister has some under-5s so I still get a little bit of that.”

Lion tells the true story of Saroo Brierley, a little boy from a rural township in India who fell asleep on a train carriage and was trapped on board when it departed, taking him hundreds of miles from home.

After ending up in an orphanage, he was adopted by an Australian couple until he became haunted by lucid memories of his past and uses Google Earth to search for his family in India.

Nicole, who plays Sue Brierley, said: “It’s a true story, it actually happened and I found it incredible that he could go, through memory and Google Earth, to find his birth mother.

“The idea of the destiny of a child was very powerful to me.”

The adult Saroo is played by Slumdog Millionaire star Dev Patel, whom Kidman was quick to lavish praise on.

She said: “He’s delightful and funny and down to earth and a good catch! I don’t know if he has a girl but he’s a good catch.”

Patel, who first found fame on TV show Skins, said this was the role he related to the most in his career.

He told the Press Association: “I really discovered India when I shot Slumdog and I went there with Danny Boyle and this is a boy who was born in India but grew up in Australia and had to go back and rediscover it in search of his mother, so I related to that in a big way, it’s a modern role for me.

“There is a young child playing the younger Saroo and when I step into it it’s a metropolitan young film and I could relate to a lot of that.”

Patel, who has made a large number of films in India since the Oscar-winning Slumdog – including The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel films and the upcoming dramatisation of the Mumbai terror attacks – added: “It’s important to breathe life into stories, it’s about making film-making more diverse… and I’m in a very privileged position that I can go there and make films on an international scale.”