Debbie Harry's iconic rocker style has inspired at least a couple generations of girls to break out of their shells and experiment, and she's never stopped pushing beauty boundaries. Last night at the GQ Gentlemen's Ball, she arrived in a white layered wig and extravagantly long false eyelashes. It was a lot more whimsical than what other women were wearing on the red carpet, and it was definitely a festively Halloween-y look. Do you think Debbie's look was all in good fun, though, or should she have saved it for an actual Halloween party?
Kate Hudson was just named the new face of Almay, and she was out last night to represent the brand at their concert to celebrate the Rainforest Fund's 21st birthday in NYC. Lady Gaga, Elton John, Mary J. Blige, Sting and more performed to the crowd at legendary Carnegie Hall. Kate, who showed off her singing skills in Nine, tried her hand at a duet with Bruce Springsteen. We may not all understand Kate's taste in men like Alex Rodriguez, but the actress looks like she's having a blast spending another season in the city. This time she's been staying away from Yankee Stadium, however, instead sticking to filming Something Borrowed, spending time with Ryder, and keeping her red carpet social schedule full.
To see more from the event including Chris Noth, Deborah Harry, Mary J Blige, Elton John, Sting, Trudie Styler, and others just read more
I'm holding myself from bursting out with some bad "Rapture" rappin', because this week's Bella Donna is the fabulous Debbie Harry. Of course, you probably know her better as Blondie, the name of her band that nonetheless has become her nickname. One of the 20th century's iconic blondes, her '70s platinum hair was punky but accessible—much like her band's music.
Before leaping to fame as Blondie's lead singer, Debbie was a waitress, a dancer and even a Playboy Bunny. But as the front of Blondie, she lept to fame with hits such as "One Way or Another," "The Tide is High," and "Heart of Glass." To see a photo gallery of Ms. Harry, read more