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See All the Stars at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival

New York City’s annual Tribeca Film Festival kicked off on Wednesday evening with a slate of high-profile premieres and after-parties in Manhattan’s most luxurious locales. Among the A-listers getting their film festival fill was Sarah Jessica Parker, who celebrated the premiere of her film Blue Night alongside husband Matthew Broderick at an after-party hosted by Nespresso at the Ainsworth on Thursday evening. [tiImage img-pos="1" image_style="684xflex" align="left"]   On Friday evening, the cast of Duck Butter gathered at an intimate event hosted by Cîroc at Bar Gonzo. Friends of the cast and crew—including Riz Ahmed, Aubrey Plaza, and Michael Cera—celebrated the film's Tribeca premiere alongside stars Alia Shawkat and Laia Costa.  Tessa Thompson and Lily James shared a fun-filled evening at The Ace Hotel on Saturday, where Broad City’s Ilana Glazer and The Crown’s Matt Smith were also in attendance. RELATED VIDEO: Is MoviePass Worth It? Across town, Christina Hendricks and Egg co-star Alysia Reiner enjoyed champagne and sushi at an after-party at TAO Downtown hosted by IMDbPro, while Annette Bening and Saoirse Ronan toasted to the premiere of The Seagull at a gathering hosted by Bulleit at Mailroom in the financial district. [tiImage img-pos="3" image_style="684xflex" align="left"] [tiImage img-pos="2" image_style="684xflex" align="left"] Scroll down below to see all the stars that stepped out for the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival.

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12 Celebrities Who Remind Us that Redheads Can Wear Red

Fashion rules were meant to be broken. There’s perhaps no better example of this than the idea that redheads cannot wear the color red. For years (centuries, maybe), women have been taught to tread lightly when wearing bold colors, leading us to ask seemingly rhetorical questions like “is this too yellow?” For this reason, some don't stray from the black-navy-gray family. For redheads, however, there’s a whole new set of constraints. The first unspoken rule of the ginger sisterhood is that those of the auburn/strawberry/mahogany (et al.) persuasion are not to wear red—EVER. Hollywood’s leading ladies love to break this sartorial law, and we’re so glad they’ve dared to do so. Scroll down below to see 12 famous redheads who wore red and looked incredible.

'Mad Men' Star Christina Hendricks Joins NBC's 'Good Girls'

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Inside InStyle’s Elizabeth and James Los Angeles Flagship Store Opening Fête with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

Just days after Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen opened the doors of their first-ever, brick-and-mortar Elizabeth and James store at the Grove in Los Angeles, InStyle celebrated the launch with the famed twin designers via a star-studded bash inside Chateau Marmont’s Penthouse. The ladies of honor, who made a rare public appearance for the Tuesday evening fête, were accompanied by Mary-Kate’s husband, Olivier Sarkozy, as they greeted guests with hugs and smiles. Keeping in line with their signature, effortlessly chic style, both Mary-Kate and Ashley donned ankle-length coats, with Mary-Kate wearing a sleek black trench with rolled up sleeves paired with a textured oxblood Elizabeth and James handbag and multi-colored bracelets. Ashley contrasted her sister’s look in an off-white belted Elizabeth and James coat paired with a brown clutch. The duo’s younger sister, Elizabeth Olsen, was also on hand to support her siblings, telling InStyle, she was thrilled to be there. “Anything to celebrate how smart and talented and great my sisters are, I’m there very, very quickly,” the actress, who wore Elizabeth and James jeans, along with an Elizabeth and James jacket, bracelet, bag and satin Manolo Blahnik pumps, told InStyle. “I’m so inspired by everything they do and their work ethic and their eye. I’m always excited to celebrate.” Guests at the event enjoyed stunning views of the city, as they walked past mirrored tables topped with fresh flowers and clustered glass votive holders flickering with candlelight. The vibe was casual L.A. chic, with the fashionable attendees opting for Elizabeth and James pieces and understated designer garments for the bash. They sipped signature “Elizabeth” and “James” cocktails and Rouge bourbon iced tea, and munched on an assortment of small bites, including bacon wrapped dates and avocado toast, with Elizabeth grabbing a bite of the latter. As the night went on, guests gathered outside by candlelight, mixing and mingling along the patio. Christina Hendricks, who attended the event with her husband Geoffrey Arend, sat on a bench and caught up with a couple of girlfriends. The former Mad Men star remarked that she’s been a "huge, longtime fan" of Mary-Kate and Ashley, with whom she chatted earlier in the night. “I think they're style icons,” she told InStyle. “I just think they always look amazing. I’m always admiring them.” Heidi Klum, who sported a pink Elizabeth and James dress, echoed those sentiments. “I love their clothes. I mean, I really do. I love The Row. I love Elizabeth and James," she told us. "I don’t really buy a lot of things. But, what I will buy is Elizabeth and James or The Row. I just feel like they always get it kind of right.” Meanwhile Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale told us she loved the “intimate vibe” of the event, and her co-star Shay Mitchell said she was happy to enjoy a “cold glass of wine” after enduring the 90 plus temps in the city for the last week. It was not only a night to celebrate fashion, but a chance to relax and release with friends as well. Scroll down for an intimate look at the evening.