The Nylon + BCBGeneration Young Hollywood Party went down in style Thursday night at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood. The actors, models and musicians, each served up a certain je ne sais quoi, if you will. Here, we recap a few of the moments.
Actor Scott Eastwood, 28, was spotted getting cozy with model Brittany Brousseau -- for the cameras. Which makes one think, was the PDA a bit of a show? Well, between Brousseau’s body language and Eastwood’s hands (he copped a major feel in one shot), there’s a good chance these two were simply goofing around. But that’s not to say they are not an item. Ah, young Hollywood.
Two of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s daughters -- Scout Willis, 22, and Tallulah Willis, 20 -- also swung by the affair. Scout seemed to make more of an impression, though. She wore an ivory bodysuit so sheer that when cameras flashed, she offered a little too much of her upper half. She paired her bodysuit with high-rise jeans and an ankle-length floral kimono. Meanwhile, Tallulah hit the carpet in an orange structured blazer and a snakeskin mini dress. No wardrobe malfunction there.
In line with the jovial sisters was 14-year-old actress Bailee Madison. Earlier that day she learned that her ABC family comedy “Trophy Wife” was to be canceled. “The news is out. That’s a show wrap on #TrophyWife. My heart is broken & the only thing keeping me going is YOU ALL...,” Bailee tweeted. “Our fans, who have loved & supported our show. Who have tweeted, trended, vined & emailed anyone possible to help us...Thank you for recognizing how special our show was & thank you for never giving up on us. I love you. #foreverfamily. Love, B.”
Also in attendance were Nickelodeon talents Jennette McCurdy, Drake Bell and Keke Palmer, the last of whom is set to become the youngest talk show host ever with her program “The Keke Palmer Project” on BET. Fellow Disney actors Emily Osment and Peyton List joined the crew too.
So why did all these lovely stars convene? They came to honor Nylon’s May issue featuring "True Grit" Oscar nominee Hailee Steinfeld as its cover girl. Steinfeld, 17, is clad in denim on denim on the mag's front page and told the glossy she is really just a regular teenage girl. “People live different lifestyles, and I always find an equivalency: If I’m filming or going to an audition it’s [the same as] my friends going to school or dance class. I think everyone lives the same way and encounters the same sort of life.”
Steinfeld, who's still up on a few big screens with February's "3 Days to Kill," leans on pals like singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, whom she calls “an amazing friend.” She continued, “We both respect each other tremendously, but we choose to keep our friendship out of the public eye. She's a really great person and an inspiration to me and many others."
In addition to giving kudos to Steinfeld, Nylon’s celebration also gave attendees a taste of its partnership with Maker Studios, an online video content provider. Their first joint project is a 10-episode drama series called “Oh, You Pretty Things!” starring Francesca Eastwood, daughter of Clint Eastwood and Frances Fisher and, yeah, Scott's younger half sister. The scripted show centers around a clique of trendsetters aiming to break into the underground music and fashion industries on the Eastside of Los Angeles.
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