Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper shine at ‘Silver Linings’ party

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper attend the Vanity Fair, Barneys New York and Weinstein Co. celebration of "Silver Linings Playbook" in support of the Glenholme School on Wednesday in Los Angeles.
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Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence seemed to be all smiles Wednesday night at a pre-Oscars party sponsored by Vanity Fair, Barneys New York and the Weinstein Co. in honor of “Silver Linings Playbook” and in support of the Glenholme School, a boarding school for special-needs students. Film director David O. Russell has said his work on the film was inspired by his experiences with his own son Matthew, who is a student at the school and who was also a guest at the party. The event was one of Vanity Fair’s Campaign Hollywood week-long series of charitable events leading up to the Oscars. Lawrence wore an asymmetrical, black and white Roland Mouret dress for the occasion. [Pop Sugar]

Oprah Winfrey, Alfre Woodard, Naomie Harris, Mara Brock Akil, Gabrielle Harris and Quvenzhane Wallis were honored on Thursday at the Essence Black Women in Hollywood 2013 Luncheon. [Society News L.A.]

Model Amber Rose and finance Wiz Khalifa welcomed a baby boy on Thursday. [People]


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Time’s Style and Design issue, on newsstands as of Friday, features a rare interview with designer Elsa Peretti on the essentials of style inside. But on the cover? Tina Fey. Say what? [Time]

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