Summer is almost here, and for major movie stars, that means one thing: Blockbuster season.
While we line up at the box office to see movies like The Great Gatsby or Star Trek: Into Darkness, starlets run a worldwide marathon of premieres, interviews, and even film festivals like Cannes, each one requiring a different outfit.. It is undoubtedly glamorous–but it’s also a lot of hard work for their stylist.
We wanted to know just what kind of work goes into planning a celebrity’s wardrobe for a media tour, so we caught up with Cher Coulter–stylist to Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Kate Bosworth and Sienna Miller, just to name a few–to get all the behind-the-scenes details on press prep.
As spring began to bloom, this week’s best dressed ladies (and one gentleman) showed a little skin while keeping things tasteful. Jennifer Lawrence showed of a new ‘do and her shoulders in David Koma; Elle Fanning went high-drama in Lanvin; and Kiernan Shipka looked adorable yet grown up in Dolce. Click through for all that and the rest of this week’s 10 best dressed!
Awards season may have ended a month ago, but the red carpet looks are still inspiring us–especially when it comes to hair. Naturally, YouTube’s make-over mavens have been quick to jump on creating how-to’s for some of the stars’ most memorable looks.
So with wedding and prom season almost upon us, we thought it was the perfect time to take a look at 10 of the best red carpet hair YouTube videos inspired by recent red carpet looks. From Jennifer Lawrence’s unfussy updo, to Jessica Alba’s classic Hollywood waves, read on for these easy-to-follow updos–and get ready for your closeup.
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.
It’s too bad Christopher Bailey’s fall 2013 Burberry show missed Valentine’s Day by only about four days. Dubbed ‘Trench Kiss’ by the designer, it was the most romantic, loved-up collection we’ve seen from the designer. Perhaps it was a love note to all of Bailey’s adoring fans–the front row included A-listers like Douglas Booth, Olivia Palermo, Melanie Laurent, Michelle Dockery, Rita Ora, Freida Pinto, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Kate Beckinsale.
There were hearts and leopard prints, which gave a quirky, girly twist to the brand’s signature trenches and daywear.
The Golden Globes is the first major event of award season and it usually gives us a taste of what sort of trends we can expect on the red carpet this year.
From bold red, to pale blush tones, and plunging necklines, click through to see what trends the A-listers were sporting last night.
Which ones are you feeling most?
Cher Coulter is one of Hollywood’s top stylists. She was named one of The Hollywood Reporter’s top 25 stylists this year and her client list includes perennial best dressed list-ers Kate Bosworth, Sienna Miller, and Elizabeth Olsen.
For the Golden Globes, she dressed an impressive four clients: Sienna Miller, Nicole Richie, Rosie-Huntington-Whitely, and Huntington’s beau Jason Statham.
We asked her to keep a diary of the whole process, which she says is “VERY competitive”–especially considering this is a “difficult time for fashion.” What she means is that the new couture collections are just days away, summer is long gone, and it’s “too early in the season to pull anything new.”
Somehow Coulter managed just fine.
Last night celebs and fashion’s VIPs were out in their red carpet finest at not one but two major industry events. It was the Fashion Group International’s Night of Stars in NYC, and a CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund fashion show at the Chateau Marmont in LA. How did they choose which one to attend?
It’s summer and that means on Fridays everyone should be sneaking out of work a little bit early to go on a weekend jaunt or grab a drink on a sunny rooftop. The fashion industry, which works really hard, also knows how to cut loose and play hard. In our new weekly column, called Summer Read more →