Kerry Washington, Lena Dunham Dress Feet First For PaleyFest; Plus, This Weekend’s Best Shoes

“Scandal” star Kerry Washington brought a pop of spring to Hollywood’s annual PaleyFest panel, dressing feet-first in bright yellow Christian Louboutin pumps. The cast of the ABC hit show were in attendance for the talk, including Tony Goldwyn, Bellamy Young, Darby Stanchfield, Scott Foley, Guillermo Diaz, Josh Malina and Jeff Perry. Jimmy Kimmel was the host.

The ladies of “Scandal” proved that their on-screen fashions continue off-screen. Young wore Tamara Mellon shoes, while Stanchfield stunned in Le Silla red wedges. The cast members were in great spirits, taking this epic selfie with a selfie stick.

Lena Dunham also attended PaleyFest on Sunday afternoon for her show, “Girls,” wearing black lace Nicholas Kirkwood pumps.

Variety was on hand during the panel, at which Dunham talked sex and female roles on “Girls.”

“We have an essential belief that being complex, annoying and multifaceted is the right of women on television, and therefore, to see characters you don’t necessarily adore all the time is, hopefully, in some way, an inherently feminist attribute, because it’s a form of representation we’ve been lacking for a long time.”

Also over the weekend, actresses Zoe Saldana and Camilla Belle attended Moet & Chandon’s celebration of Roger Federer’s 1,000th career match win in Beverly Hills. Saldana paired her all-white look with colorful Christian Louboutin Bandy Pumps (shown), while Belle wore Brian Atwood.

Zoe Saldana in Christian Louboutin
Zoe Saldana in Christian Louboutin Bandy pumps.
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And it looks as though it still hasn’t struck midnight for “Cinderella” actress Lily James. She attended Cinema Society & Stuart Weitzman Host A Special Screening Of Disney’s “Cinderella” in New York City on Sunday in a Stuart Weitzman black sandal.

Take a look at this weekend’s best shoes in FN’s Celebrity Statement Shoes gallery, above.

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