With Mischa hiding out somewhere, I’ve finally stumbled on some older photos that have not yet been featured on the site. Candids from Mischa shopping in Soho back in August 2007 have been uploaded to the gallery. Hopefully Mischa will hit the media again soon, especially with Fashion Week coming up.
Candids of Mischa walking Charlie and Ziggy in Santa Monica have been uploaded to the gallery. Also added is a shot of Mischa & Taylor at a Cobra Snake Party yesterday (thanks to nililah and Marie for the tip). Finally, the recent InStyle shots (photos by Mark Abrahams) have been uploaded in smaller but crisper resolution.
Photos of Mischa at the Gen D: The Generation Making a Difference Event have been uploaded. For now I’ve uploaded a selection of mq photos (with one hq) but I hope to replace the photos with the larger versions asap.
A few new candids of Mischa out and about in Hollywood from August 13th have been uploaded. Unfortunately the shots are only low quality and they are tagged. If better quality versions surface I’ll be sure to replace them.
Also, some additional outtakes from Mischa’s Dirrty Glam photoshoot have been uploaded. These shots are courtesy Magali via Alie the Great.
Mischa was out and about quite a bit yesterday. Following the Miss Me showroom (posted below), Mischa spent the rest of the day with Taylor. The gallery links are as follows:
– Mischa & Taylor walking Ziggy at the park
– Mischa & Taylor at the Green Door restaurant in Hollywood
Photos of Mischa at the Miss Me showroom trying on various outfits have been uploaded to the gallery. Seems as if Hania is with her too. We haven’t seen them out together in a while.
Why did actress Mischa Barton go blonde?
“It’s just perfect and handy for the summer,” the 22-year-old told Usmagazine.com at Project Malibu Beach House in Malibu, CA Saturday.
“It’s just temporary,” she explained. “I’m about to go off into other roles and I’ll probably have to completely change it up again.”
Barton – best known for her role on The O.C. – has six films in the works, including You and I, Homecoming, and Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain.