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Fashion News: 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' best film, MTV says

December 19, 2011 |  8:55 am

Rooney Mara, nominated for a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Lisbeth Salander in David Fincher's "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," accepted MTV's Best Movie of 2011 trophy on behalf of the film.  [MTV]

Rooney MaraThis is a film where fashion and looks certainly had a lot to do with portraying the character, as our Melissa Magsaysay reported. And Mara has kept the edgy look as she makes the rounds of world premieres. Just look at the dress she wore to the New York premiere last week (at left).

Britney Spears' new engagement ring from Jason Trawick was designed by jeweler Neil Lane with a romantic motif in mind. Trawick says Spears is his princess so Lane used a tiara as inspiration for the ring, which features a central round diamond set in platinum with 90 smaller diamonds circling the eternity band. [People]

"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' " Adrienne Maloof has launched a line of shoes. She's also planning handbags and clothing. [WWD]

Just when we thought holiday dressing had gone all girly with sparkly cocktail dresses and such, along comes the Wall Street Journal with ideas for fun party pantsuits. It's an idea I'm sure Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, known  for the pantsuit, will love. [WSJ]

Brad Goreski's new show "It's a Brad, Brad World," is to premiere Jan. 2 on Bravo, and he starts things off by saying he and former boss Rachel Zoe no longer speak. But apparently he doesn't say why. [People]

Chanel has confirmed last week's rumors that model/socialite/rocker Alice Dellal will be the new face of its Boy handbag collection. [Telegraph]


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Photo: Rooney Mara at New York premiere of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo." Credit: Evan Agostini / Associated Press