Film buffs and fashion aficionados alike gathered at Harvard
Square's Brattle Theatre on Oscar night to watch
the red carpet the way it was meant to be seen - on the big screen! Custom
Oscar-inspired champagne cocktails and Cambridge Brewing Company beer flowed as
VIPs bid on auction items and noshed on snacks from foodie havens Harvest and
Flour. Guests were also treated to a screening of the nonprofit art-house
theater's Kickstarter campaign video. It must have been effective: the Brattle
has since exceeded its goal of raising $140,000 for a new digital projector and
HVAC system, so next year's Oscar Party will be even better. For more information
and programming deets, visit brattlefilm.org.
Andrea O'Meara, associate director at the Brattle
Andrea looked red-carpet worthy in a Forever 21 mod-chic
frock. She kept the accessories simple with a dainty necklace by jeweler and
friend Bethany Cooper, a gift from her boyfriend.
Her other accessories were a bit more
permanent. She was sporting some
pretty fierce ink, including a tattoo of the line "Daylight is good at arriving
at the right time," a favorite George Harrison lyric. Another tattoo commemorates her dog Duncan, a yellow lab.
(It's written in Braille so no one mistakes it for an ill-advised ex-boyfriend
This theater buff's favorite movie of the
season is Les Misérables, but she was also rooting for Django
Unchained, or more specifically
her celeb crush, Christoph Waltz. "There's something about the way he talks
that fascinates me!"
Her daily style is a mix of 1950s and 1960s vintage, and she heads
to shops like Artifaktori to keep her closet stocked. She completes the look
with her daily makeup routine: cat-eye liner and a bold red lip.
More party pics! At thePhoenix.com/parties. See you out there!