Celebrity Mandy Moore and Minka Kelly Celebrate the Opening of Helmut Newton's New Exhibit By Jennifer Davis Jennifer Davis Twitter Jennifer Davis is a writer, editor, and content strategist living in Atlanta. She was previously the Associate Editor for InStyle, and is currently working as a Digital Content Manager at Cox Business. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on June 28, 2013 @ 12:30PM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images Mandy Moore and Minka Kelly helped famed fashion photographer Helmut Newton celebrate the opening of his new exhibit Helmut Newton: White Women, Sleepless Night, Big Nudes at the Annenberg Space for Photography museum in Century City, California. "Helmut Newton is one of the most powerful and influential photographers of the past century," said Wallis Annenberg, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO of the Annenberg Foundation. "If Newton's work was controversial, I believe it's because he expressed the contradictions within all of us, and particularly within the women he photographed so beautifully: empowerment mixed with vulnerability." The exhibition will run from June 29 through September 8, 2013 and is set to feature 100 of Newton's most influential pieces, along with two short documentaries about his life. Learn more about his work by heading to annenbergspaceforphotography.org. Plus, click the photo to see all the photos from this week's star-studded fetes. [wrn_button url="https://www.instyle.com/instyle/package/general/photos/0,,20689921_20711676_21354217,00.html" text="see the photos" title="see the photos"] MORE:Try Blue Eyeliner Like Mandy MooreMinka Kelly's Blonde Hair MakeoverSee Minka’s Gorgeous Hair — On You! 01 of 21 Mandy Moore and Minka Kelly Chris Weeks/Getty helped famed fashion photographer Helmut Newton celebrate the opening of his new exhibit Helmut Newton: White Women, Sleepless Night, Big Nudes at the Annenberg Space for Photography museum in Century City, California. The exhibition will run from June 29 through September 8, 2013 and is set to feature 100 of Newton's most influential pieces, along with two short documentaries about his life. Learn more about his work by heading to annenbergspaceforphotography.org. 02 of 21 Brooke Shields and Wanda Sykes Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com premiered their new movie Hot Flashes in partnership with the American Cancer Society in Hollywood. The film is about a group of middle-aged women who challenge the high school girls' state basketball champs in order to raise money for a breast cancer screening truck. It opens in theaters July 12. 03 of 21 Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer Gennadi Avramenko/Epsilon/Getty posed together before hitting the red carpet to premiere their new film in Moscow. The Lone Ranger opens nationwide July 3. 04 of 21 Alice Eve, L'Wren Scott, and Sarah Jessica Parker Dave M. Benett/Getty Images joined the designer at the annual Serpentine Gallery Summer Party she co-hosted in London's Hyde Park. The event raised money for the modern and contemporary art institute. To learn more about the London landmark, head to serpentinegallery.org. 05 of 21 Princess Beatrice and Matthew Morrison startraksphoto posed together in the spacious gardens during the Serpentine Gallery's Summer Party. 06 of 21 Jennifer Morrison and Adam Brody Gilbert Flores/Broadimage premiered their new movie Some Girls in Los Angeles. The film, about a man who on the eve of his wedding decides to take a cross-country roadtrip to visit his ex-girlfriends in order to make up for past wrongs, opens in select theaters June 28. 07 of 21 Amy Adams and Carolina Herrera Donato Sardella/WireImage showed her support for Carolina Herrera at the Vanity Fair party celebrating the opening the designer's CH Carolina Herrera Boutique on Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles. 08 of 21 Zosia Mamet and Rebecca Minkoff Billy Farrell/BFAnyc/Sipa USA celebrated the launch of the designer's denim line at an intimate rooftop dinner at the Mondrian Soho in New York City. Ranging in price from $48 to $128, the collection features jeans, shorts, and slouchy worn-in shirts, all named after streets in Manhattan. Plus, for every piece sold a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Share our Strength's No Kid Hungry Initiative. Shop the line at rebeccaminkoff.com. 09 of 21 Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, and James Broderick Kiera Fyles/PacificCoastNews.com took a family trip to London for the opening night of the musical version of Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in the West End. 10 of 21 Ryan Reynolds Acero/AlterPhotos/ABACAUSA.COM posed with his animated character Turbo, a garden snail who dreams of winning the Indy 500, at the premiere of the new Dreamworks flick of the same name in Barcelona. The movie hits theaters July 13. 11 of 21 Samantha Barks Robin Marchant/Getty attended The Recording Academy Honors 2013 in New York City to honor those whose work has improved the creative community including the creators of Les Miserables Alain Boublil and Herbert Kretzme. Proceeds from the event benefited the New York City chapter of The Recording Academy's education and development programs. 12 of 21 Channing Tatum, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Jamie Foxx Marion Curtis/Startraksphoto.com premiered their new action flick White House Down in New York City (Gyllenhaal in Christian Dior). The film is, which is about a cop who must save the President and the country from a group of paramilitary invaders, opens June 28. 13 of 21 Frida Giannini and James Franco Tullio M. Puglia/Getty introduced Gucci's new men's scent, Made to Measure, in Milan. The spicy Oriental fragrance is named after the company's made-to-measure customized suit service and will be available at Macy's in mid-July. 14 of 21 Tom Cruise and Johnny Depp Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImage showed how good 50 looks when they attended the ceremony revealing producer Jerry Bruckheimer's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star in Hollywood. 15 of 21 Henry Cavill and Russell Crowe INFphoto.com journeyed down under to premiere Man of Steel in Sydney, Australia. The movie set records when it opened in America, raking in $196.7 million in the box office in opening weekend for the biggest June opening ever. 16 of 21 Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy Splash News and Pictures debuted their new comedy The Heat in New York City sponsored by C. Wonder. In the film, Bullock plays an uptight FBI agent who is forced to work alongside a testy local cop played by McCarthy in order to take down a ruthless drug lord. It opens nationwide June 28. 17 of 21 Kristen Wiig Alex J. Berliner/ABImages cozied up to one of her animated co-stars at the Despicable Me 2 premiere presented by Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment at Universal CityWalk in Universal City, California. The animated sequel is a follow-up to the 2010 smash-hit Despicable Me. 18 of 21 Steve Carell and AnnaSophia Robb Kevin Winter/Getty Images shared a moment on the red carpet at the premiere of their latest project The Way, Way Back. The buzzed about film is a coming-of-age story about a shy teenage boy who begins to open up after he strikes a friendship with a water park manager during his summer vacation. "It’s such an amazing film," Robb told InStyle.com at the premiere. "The script is so strong that it was such a joy to be a part of." The film opens nationwide July 5. 19 of 21 Gabriel Mann, Leven Rambin, and James Marsden Jerod Harris/Getty Images for Tommy Hilfiger put on their most All-American looks to attend Tommy Hilfiger's party to celebrate the opening of his Surf Shack pop-up store, which features the brand's surf inspired collection. The bus will be touring all summer long, bringing the brand's surf-inspired collection to cities in the U.S. and Canada. 20 of 21 Hannah Simone and Jamie Chung Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Montblanc got some rest at the 24 Hour Plays after-party, held The Shore Hotel in Santa Monica. Earlier, the two joined Wilmer Valderrama, Jack McBrayer, Molly Sims, Melanie Griffith, Jason Biggs, and more to participate in the 3rd annual 24 Hour Plays event hosted by Montblanc, where they wrote, produced, and acted in plays all within 24 hours. The performance benefited Urban Arts Partnership in Los Angeles, an organization that supports the arts in underserved public schools. Learn more at urbanarts.org. 21 of 21 Adele and Jay-Z Larry Busacca/Getty Images mingled as they honored Rob Stringer, the Chairman and CEO of Columbia Records, at a luncheon hosted by the UJA Federation of New York.