Allison Williams

Allison Williams (disambiguation)
Allison Williams may refer to: Allison Williams (actress) (born 1988), American actress. Allison Williams (reporter) (born 1984), ESPN reporter. Allison Williams (Miss West Virginia) (born c. 1981), 2003 pageant titleholder. Alyson Williams (born 1962), American R&B singer. William Allison (disambiguation).

2017 in film

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2017 in film is an overview of events, including the highest-grossing films, award ceremonies, festivals, a list of films released, and notable deaths in 2017.

Peter Som

He has a clientele consisting of actresses such as Ginnifer Goodwin, Scarlett Johansson, Kate Mara, Allison Williams, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Natalie Portman, Liv Tyler, Amy Poehler, and Rashida Jones. Som was born in 1970 and raised in San Francisco, California by architect parents, who influenced him to start sketching at a young age. He now has a showroom located in New York City. Peter Som graduated Cum Laude in Art History from Connecticut College in 1993. He then studied fashion at Parsons School of Design and graduated holding apprenticeships with designers, Calvin Klein and Michael Kors.

List of Yale University people

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Allison Williams (B.A. 2010), actress (Get Out), comedian, singer. Jessica Yu (B.A. 1987), Academy Award-winning film director. Joseph P. Allen (Ph.D. 1965), NASA Astronaut with two STS missions experience. Herbert Boyer (1963–66), co-founder of Genentech; genetic engineering pioneer. David Bushnell (ca. 1776), inventor of the screw propeller, submarine, naval mine, and time bomb. Ben Carson (B.A. 1973), pediatric neurosurgeon, first surgeon to successfully separate twins conjoined at the back of the head. Francis S. Collins (Ph.D. 1974), director, Human Genome Project. Harry B. Combs (B.S. 1935, Sheffield Scientific School), aviation pioneer.

2013 MTV Video Music Awards

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Allison Williams – introduced Katy Perry. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis (featuring Wanz) – "Thrift Shop". Bruno Mars – "Locked Out of Heaven". Taylor Swift – "I Knew You Were Trouble". Robin Thicke (featuring T.I. and Pharrell) – "Blurred Lines". Kendrick Lamar – "Swimming Pools (Drank)". Ed Sheeran – "Lego House". Robin Thicke (featuring T.I. and Pharrell) – "Blurred Lines". Justin Timberlake – "Mirrors". Miley Cyrus – "We Can't Stop". Demi Lovato – "Heart Attack". Pink (featuring Nate Ruess) – "Just Give Me a Reason". Rihanna (featuring Mikky Ekko) – "Stay". Iggy Azalea – "Work". Twenty One Pilots – "Holding On to You". The Weeknd – "Wicked Games". Zedd (featuring Foxes) – "Clarity".


March 1988Other events of 1988
April 13 – Allison Williams, American actress. April 14. Roberto Bautista Agut, Spanish tennis player. Ben Lloyd-Hughes, British actor. Chris Wood, American actor. April 15. Eliza Doolittle, English singer–songwriter. Kyle Okposo, American ice hockey player. Chris Stuckmann, American film critic, filmmaker, author and YouTuber. April 18 – Vanessa Kirby, English actress and model. April 19 – Haruna Kojima, Japanese singer, actress and idol (AKB48). April 21. Robbie Amell, Canadian actor. Ricky Berens, American Olympic swimmer. Sophie Rundle, English actress. Christoph Sanders, American actor. Jencarlos Canela, American singer, songwriter and actor.

Gabriela Hearst

Hearst's collections have been worn by celebrities, including Gillian Anderson, Victoria Beckam, Laura Dern, Miroslava Duma, Lena Dunham, Dakota Fanning, Selena Gomez, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Anne Hathaway, Rebecca Hall, Naomi Harris, Lauren Hutton, Gwen Jorgesen, Mindy Kaling, Nicole Kidman, Brie Larson, Demi Moore, Emma Stone, Vanessa Traina, Alicia Vikander, Emma Watson, Allison Williams, Renee Zellweger, Meghan Markle, Zoe Kravitz, Oprah, Diane Lane, Carey Mulligan, Julia Roberts, Danai Gurira, Patricia Clarkson, Gemma Chan, Hilary Swank, Lady Gaga, Amal Clooney, Amy Adams, Uma Thurman, Christine Baranski, Carolyn Murphy, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Vanessa Kirby, Julianna Margulies, Glenn Close