The Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards happened this past Saturday–what, your iPhone reminder didn’t go off? (Kidding, of course it did!)
But just in case you’re over the age of 14 and didn’t get a chance to actually watch the awards, we’ve combed through countless snaps to bring you the celebs (some of them grown-ups!) whose outfits you will most definitely want to see. We’re talking Kristen Stewart, Jessica Alba, Katy Perry… oh! And Johnny Depp was there!
Let’s all look back at Clarke’s flawless red carpet evolution.
Thought you’d seen it all when Jennifer Lawrence face-planted in Dior? Wait ’til you see her standing upright in Calvin Klein Collection! Anne Hathaway? She’s got more than that little Prada (and, well, Armani) number up her sartorial sleeve. And Britney Spears? We know you’re dying to see what she wore last night! (Hint: It’s potentially the best she’s ever looked–and for once, we’re not being sarcastic.)
Click through to see what the stars wore after the Oscars.
Now comes the fun part!
After a long night of staying up way way past our bedtimes laughing, crying, singing, and yawning along with the 85th annual Academy Awards, we’ve scoured the far reaches of Getty Images to bring you our picks for best and worst dressed.
It takes some people years to establish a signature look. It’s taken nine-year-old Oscar nominee Quvenzhané Wallis a single awards season. In a sea of Judith Lieber clutches, this history-making actress is never without a purse shaped like a dog, of which she has 20, she once told Ellen Degeneres.
This is it: The most important of all the red carpets, the Oscars red carpet. And we’ll be documenting every bit of it. Check back here all night to see what all the stars are wearing.
With the Oscars imminent, awards season, also known as red carpet season, is coming to an end. And the season has become almost as important to designers as it has to actors. There are of course always the mainstays like Elie Saab, Giambattista Valli, Armani Privé, Marchesa, J. Mendel, Reem Acra, and Oscar de la Renta. In fact, we’d bet money on all of the above being answers to the inevitable “who are you wearing” question this coming Sunday, as they have been since what seems like the beginning of time.
But over the past couple of years, there have been some new names in the red carpet conversation.
From Erdem to Alexandre Vauthier, click through to learn a little more about the new wave of red carpet designers (so you’ll be an expert on all 10 of them before the Oscars)!
The Academy Awards are fast approaching and all of the stars and their stylists are making the final decisions about what they’ll wear on the red carpet this Sunday. Thing is, we can probably guess what they’ll be wearing. Save for those few well-connected fashion-savvy darlings (Jennifer Lawrence in Dior, Anne Hathaway styled by Rachel Zoe, Naomi Watts who just always looks flawless) we’ll probably see what we always see: Strapless sweet heart necklines; mermaid dresses; champagne hues, et al.
We get it–hese silhouettes and colors are universally flattering and therefore safe. But if we had our druthers we’d like to see some risks on the red carpet.
So here, we humbly submit some things we hope the stars will leave off their options list for Oscar night.
Puffy genital skin-banning dress code, be damned! Last night’s Grammy Awards may not have had the craziest fashion we’ve ever seen, but it was still pretty great. I mean, there was a dress that birthed butterflies–and Justin Timberlake finally introduced his baby ‘fro to a blow dryer. It doesn’t get much more awesome than that.
Of course, it wasn’t all amazing: Katy Perry was there, so you know how that usually goes…
Just because it’s fashion week, doesn’t mean we’re taking time off from our red carpet coverage!
Right smack dab in the middle of New York fashion week, it’s the Grammys–the perfect dose of Hollywood glamour in the midst of all the fall collections.
From Jennifer Lopez’s daring Anthony Vaccarello gown to Alexa Chung’s sweet Valentino frock see what all the stars wore to the awards show.