During awards season it is the perfect time for Hollywood's elite to catch up outside of work hours .
And A-listers Hilary Swank, Zoe Saldana and Jada Pinkett Smith did just that at the Michael Kors Fall 2013 show at New York Fashion Week on Wednesday.
After attending both the Narciso Rodriquez and the Vera Wang shows the day before, Collateral star Jada showed no signs of fatigue as she sat front row with the two fellow actresses and her daughter Willow Smith.
The 41-year-old stood out from the crowd in a bright green snakeskin leather jacket from the American designer's range. She let the jacket do all the talking as she slipped on a pair of sky-high patent Mary-Janes and carried a matching leather clutch.
Meanwhile, her daughter Willow dressed in a pair of edgy leather trousers, sparkly gold top and white-studded motorcycle jacket. The fashion-forward 12- year-old wore a pair of black high-top sneakers and once again had her hair in a spiky style.
Meanwhile, Hilary and Zoe opted for softer styles. The Million Dollar Baby star looked elegant in a multi-coloured striped shift dress, which hugged her figure perfectly.
Zoe was pretty in pink in a long-sleeved body-con dress paired with a matching pink snakeskin clutch and black gladiator heels. The four females chatted away and appeared to be getting along famously as they took their seats at the show.
— Daily Mail
Jessica Alba reveals ‘terrifying’ hospital dash
Jessica Alba has revealed how she was rushed to hospital last week — after fearing she was having a stroke.
The Fantastic Four actress, 31, said she was 'terrified' after losing feeling in her hand and suffering a headache and heart palpitations.
The mother-of-two was at home with husband Cash Warren when the drama unfolded.
She explained during an appearance on Jimmy Fallon Live on Tuesday night: “Basically I thought I was having a stroke last week. I really, really thought I was.
It was 2:30 in the morning and I woke up and my hand started to go numb. The whole entire thing went numb.
“It was dead, I couldn't move it. My whole arm went numb; I got cold sensations in the back of my neck to the front. I can't move my face.”
She explained how she looked up the symptoms on the Internet and discovered they were consistent with a stroke.
Jessica then called up her daughter's paediatrician in the middle of the night in a bid to get some urgent advice.
She said: “I texted my paediatrician. It's my kids' paediatrician, but it's the only person who will answer me at 2:30 in the morning.
“I texted him and I said, “I have these symptoms... it's all going downhill!” He was like, ‘You're a little young for this...’”
She eventually went to the hospital for an MRI scan. But the test revealed she was only suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome.
— Daily Mail