Kristen Stewart pulled out a showstopping look when she attended the 2013 Costume Institute Benefit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC on Monday while wearing a Stella McCartney jumpsuit. Although her boyfriend, Robert Pattinson, didn't join her on the red carpet, she did attend the event with designer Stella and Cameron Diaz by her side. Kristen has attended previous Met Gala parties, and this year's exhibit, Punk: Chaos to Couture, is a fitting one for the famously nonconformist actress. She kept the fun coming through the night as she made her grand exit with pals Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge.
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Tom Sturridge and Sienna Miller got into the Costume Institute Benefit's punk theme as they hit the red carpet together at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC on Monday night. Sienna covered up a white Burberry gown with a studded leather jacket by the same designer and even sported studs in her hair and on her ears. Tom, meanwhile, covered the safety-pin angle with pins holding together his shirt and adorning his hat. When she wasn't busy posing with her man, Sienna met up with model pal Cara Delevingne, who was also outfitted in Burberry. What do you think of their looks? Make sure to vote on your Met Gala fashion and beauty favorites!
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Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge were hand in hand for a stroll around NYC on Friday. Their outing came on the heels of a big occasion for Tom, whose Broadway show, Orphans, celebrated its opening night on Thursday. Sienna showed her support for her fiancé at the premiere, where Tina Fey, Dakota Fanning, and Winona Ryder also cheered on the Orphans cast, which includes Alec Baldwin and Ben Foster.
Sienna and Tom have been calling NYC home during the run of Tom's play, and it looks like they have even more teaming up to do. Sienna and Tom are reportedly part of a new Burberry campaign, though the news will most likely not be officially announced until July, when Tom's Broadway show wraps.
Sienna Miller hit the red carpet for her fiancé, Tom Sturridge, when she attended the Broadway premiere of his new play, Orphans, in NYC last night. She wasn't the only star who turned out to support the all-star cast, which includes Alec Baldwin and Ben Foster. Other celebrity attendees included Dakota Fanning, Winona Ryder, and Alec's 30 Rock costars Tina Fey and Jane Krakowski, who shared a hug at the afterparty.
Sienna has been spending her time with family in NYC while Tom geared up for his big premiere. Earlier this week, she attended the annual Tribeca Film Festival kickoff party with Tom's sister, Matilda Sturridge, and she also squeezed in a lunch date with her dad and stepmom on Wednesday. Sienna and Tom will spend the next four months in the Big Apple until the play ends in July.
Sienna Miller and her fiancé, Tom Sturridge, held hands for a walk in Manhattan yesterday afternoon. The couple was without their young daughter, though little Marlowe Sturridge was out and about in NYC over the weekend. Yesterday shaped up to be a busy one for Tom. Following his outing with Sienna, he linked up with Alec Baldwin and Ben Foster, his costars in the Broadway show Orphans, for a TimesTalk hosted by The New York Times. The entire week is a big one for Tom, Alec, and Ben — Thursday will be their show's official opening following a few weeks of preview performances.
Sienna Miller held onto her fiancé, Tom Sturridge, for a couple's stroll in NYC on Friday. Along with getting some one-on-one time with Tom, Sienna also fit in a mother-daughter outing over the weekend. On Saturday, she pushed her daughter, Marlowe, in her stroller for a walk around the West Village. The family activities are nothing new for the Sturridge-Miller clan, as the trio stepped out for a loving outing in the Big Apple together last week as well.
Sienna and Marlowe have been a fixture in NYC for the past month while Tom keeps busy on Broadway. He's gearing up for an especially big week with the opening of his Broadway play Orphans on Thursday, and he will also participate in the New York Times series TimesTalk tonight along with his onstage costars Alec Baldwin and Ben Foster.
Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge held hands while out on a walk in NYC yesterday afternoon, and later in the day Sienna also cuddled up to their 9-month-old daughter Marlowe during a playdate. On Tuesday, though, Sienna was solo as she embraced the warm weather during a lunch run, while Tom spent the day out with Marlowe and his mom. The Miller-Sturridge clan is in the Big Apple as Tom works on his new Broadway play, Orphans. The production is currently in previews but will celebrate its official premiere on April 18. Apparently, Sienna's staying at Channing Tatum's NYC apartment while in town. Sienna and Channing became friends working on G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and more recently linked up on the set of Foxcatcher. At the moment, Channing's in Sienna's UK place while he and his pregnant wife, Jenna Dewan, are based there during production on his next movie Jupiter Ascending.
Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge held each other close as they grabbed lunch together in NYC today. The engaged couple were hand in hand as they made their way around the West Village, with Tom sporting his usual beanie and Sienna looking trendy in a pair of printed sunglasses. Tom and Sienna have not been strolling in the Big Apple as a mere duo all week, though. On Monday, Sienna held hands with both her mom, Jo, as well as Tom for a walk in Manhattan. Tom, Sienna, and their daughter, Marlowe, have made NYC their temporary home base while he continues work on his Broadway show Orphans, which officially opens April 18.