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Scarlett Johansson Has Anything But a Rough Night in Fashion at N.Y.C. Premiere

Always the style star, never the worst dressed.

Scarlett Johansson was, once again, in head-to-toe Michael Kors Collection on Monday at the New York City premiere of Rough Night. Johansson, 32, created a disco-ball effect as she walked the black carpet at AMC Loews Lincoln Square in her custom silver sequined silk-crepe gown.

Just 24 hours before, at the 2017 Tony Awards, the mother of one was dazzling in a custom white chain-embroidered crepe-sablé blazer and skirt from Michael Kors Collection.

And at the Rough Night premiere, Johansson was joined by costars Kate McKinnon, Demi Moore (in Dior), Jillian Bell (in Marchesa Notte), Zoë Kravitz (in Oscar de la Renta), Ilana Glazer (in Lanvin) and the film’s director, Lucia Aniello.

The R-rated comedy follows five best friends from college who reunite in Miami for a wild bachelorette weekend. But when the partying ends up taking a dark turn, and they accidentally kill a male stripper, the longtime friends are forced to put their heads together and cover up the accident.

“It’s hilarious,” McKinnon told PEOPLE of the script. “Scarlett Johansson is a great actress — really funny,” McKinnon said of her costar. “She improvises really funny stuff and it’s really rare to find the two rolled into one. And it’s such a cool thing to watch her just work. I sort of just sit there and go, ‘Wow, look at that.’”

Rough Night hits theaters June 16.

Temptation: Part II

Part II is here! I was so happy with how you all reacted to Part I that I couldn’t stop myself from writing more. So I stayed up really late last night and here we are! Please, always remember that I am always glad for feedback. Happy reading!!

Part I / Part III / Part IV / Part V

Feyre felt exhausted. After six hours of traveling to the Academy with her father, making small talk about what her classes would probably be like, and pretending she was a lot more excited than she actually was, she’d at least expected to have some peace and quiet here at the school. But instead she had this:

“It’s just so unfair!” Cassian exclaimed. “She doesn’t even get to, I don’t know, fight back—”

“Get over it already,” Amren rolled her eyes at him sighing as if she’d heard this a million times. “It’s a TV show, you’ll survive.”

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Scarlett Johansson Suits Up for the 2017 Tony Awards

Scarlett Johansson arrived at Sunday’s Tony Awards in New York City in a sophisticated, yet daring look.

The actress, who doesn’t work with a stylist, wore a custom white chain-embroidered blazer and a full-length skirt with a thigh-high slit from the Michael Kors Collection, as well as a silver Elsie clutch from the designer’s diffusion line MICHAEL Michael Kors.

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Johansson, who previously starred in the Broadway production Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in 2013, is among the evening’s presenters, along with Orlando Bloom, Tina Fey, Mark Hamill, Taraji P. Henson, Sarah Paulson, Anna Kendrick and Olivia Wilde.

The 71st annual Tony Awards, hosted by Kevin Spacey, airs live at 8 p.m. ET (tape-delayed on the West Coast) on CBS.

As classes are back in session and I’m growing more accustomed to the halls of one Dalton Academy, I’ve decided to branch out in my extracurricular activities. After looking through the extensive list of those available, I approached a member of the faculty only to be told that a group focusing on accessorizing of the modern man’s professional uniform isn’t something available or welcome here. How else are we supposed to share ideas in individualizing our blazers and embroidered sweaters? Not every boy has my same eye and I would have been happy to hold some kind of seminar. 

An audible cheer goes up as Syria’s tiny delegation is announced, the likes of which usually accompanies big countries like the US or near neighbors like Chile. And rightly so. I can’t even imagine what those athletes went through to get here.

And, hey, look, athletes from South Sudan, the newest country in the world, and also home to an ongoing civil war. Glad they could make it.

Sweden should start a shiny yellow outfit club with Senegal. They can blind everyone together.

I kind of like Tajikistan’s embroidered blazers. I mean, yes, blazers and ties, but at least it’s a bit different. Then there’s Thailand, who also went the suit and tie route…but in shiny gold.