Looks like Chris Pine decided to celebrate Father's Day early—or late!—this year.
The Star Trek hottie brought his handsome father, actor Robert Pine, with him as his plus-one to the Rebecca Minkoff show today at Lincoln Center for New York Fashion Week to gawk at models catwalking by.
While Pine was dressed down in a simple white T-shirt and Yankees cap and avoided the press, Bush was the opposite, sporting a fire-engine red blazer and chatting up E! News about the Minkoff's new line and her own future.
"I love everything about [Rebecca Minkoff's] line—it's super girly and super tough—and the fact that she's really branched out...everything is really thought out," said the actress, whose One Tree Hill character happens to be a former fashion designer. "I really appreciate her attention to detail her use of color ,and I just really love Rebecca as a person. She's badass."
After she says a final goodbye to her own badass OTH character—the show is filming its ninth and final season—Bush is planning a permanent move back to Los Angeles.
"We're almost done with season nine, which will be the final season and I can't wait," she said. "On location for nine years in South Carolina has been wonderful and fun, but I'm looking forward to home, to moving back to L.A."
Over at the Rachel Roy show, we found former Las Vegas star Molly Sims, where she chatted with E! News about her latest project. Sims is hosting Project Accessory, a new reality competition series in the vein of Project Runway that follows 12 aspiring artists trying to make it in the accessory world. Designer Kenneth Cole and In Style editor Ariel Foxman are both judges on the Lifetime series.
"We're excited," Sims gushed about Project Accessory. "We had some amazing judges, some amazing challenges, and I hope it's going to be a hit."
Sims also loves her friend Rachel's new collecting, which she calls "very delicate and feminine."
Although Sims pointed out a white number for us that she called "very structured yet unstructured," she stayed mum on whether Rachel was her go-to gown gal for her upcoming nuptials to producer Scott Stuber.