All Posts Tagged With: "Susan Sarandon"

Susan Sarandon Wears Nicole Miller to 2011 SAG Awards

(Los Angeles, CA) Oscar winning actress Susan Sarandon wears Nicole Miller to the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild awards. Sarandon stunned in a royal purple custom off-shoulder column gown. Sarandon was also nominated for Best Supporting Actress. Do you love?

Jane Fonda, Susan Sarandon, Sigourney Weaver In V Magazine

Sneak peek to V MAGAZINE’s issue #68 upcoming age defying issue – “The Who Cares About Age Issue” – starring legendary female actresses –Jane Fonda, Susan Sarandon, Sigourney on newsstands now. All Photography by: Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin.

Models Play Ping Pong for Haiti

Tune in NOW to watch Veronica Webb host a livestream from SPiN New York, where Modelinia and Susan Sarandon, along with top models and celebs host a fund-raising event for Haiti! Watch the live feed at or Modelinia’s Facebook page ( )

Bobbi Brown interview with Marta Walsh

A year or so ago, I was given an amazing opportunity to interview Bobbi Brown, founder of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics. I would love to share my interview with Bobbi with you, just in case you’ve missed it:)

Bobbi Brown is the queen of makeup. Not only has she worked with an endless list of celebrities as a makeup artist, she is also the brilliant mind behind the ever popular Bobbi Brown Cosmetics. Find out what it takes to be Bobbi Brown!

Bobbi Brown

Marta Walsh: When did your interest in makeup begin?
Bobbi Brown: Ever since I was a little girl I was interested in makeup. I used to watch my mother put on her white eye shadow and pale pink lipstick in amazement. When I was young I would paint all of my dolls’ faces with makeup, pretending they were real people.

MW: What was your biggest break as a professional makeup artist?
BB: Landing my first Vogue cover with Naomi Campbell.

MW: How was the concept for Bobbi Brown Cosmetics born?
BB: I wanted to create brown-based lipsticks (10) that actually flattered women’s lips, rather than looking fake and garish.