Celebrities leaned on the tried-and-true duo for various affairs.
From red contacts to holographic suits.
The star-studded guest list took advantage of the Italian fashion house's heritage of excess.
There were some truly beautiful standouts this year.
Plus, Alber Elbaz is reportedly collaborating with Converse.
Plus, Emily Ratajkowski goes nude for "Harper's Bazaar."
Plus, meet the artist who collaborated with Kanye West on his "The Life of Pablo" merchandise.
Even Kimye showed up, albeit an hour late.
And Sensilk has designed a biometric sports bra.
Her body is unimpeachable.
Smokey the Bear and some robots, for the win.
The grunge rock goddess dishes the dirt on where she finds fashion inspiration, what she thinks of the grunge trend, the next street trend she thinks people will "steal," why she can't dress the same as Kate Moss, Daphne Guinness or Ciara, Miley Cyrus's "crap stylist," and so much more. She gets real honest.
Ironically, in spite of last night's hostessing duties, the talk show host doesn’t really indulge in NYC nightlife when she’s here.
Celebrities who attended last night's ceremony seemed really confused on dress code--was it prom (looking at you, Jersey Shore cast)? the Oscars? a fancy rave?--but whatever they wore, it was at least entertaining to look at. From the totally tame to the nearly-nude, here's every look from last night's VMA ceremony.
You're not the only one who has been working out extra hard to get in shape for summer, if the fine forms on display at last night's BET Awards are anything to go by. From Ciara's smoking hot Saint Laurent ensemble, to Nicki Minaj's low-cut Roberto Cavalli (and don't even get us started on Meagan Good) there was a lot of skin on display--and a lot of style. Click through to see our favorite looks of the night.
Quite a few models and celebs have made pretty drastic hair color changes recently. Crystal Renn shocked everyone with her new stark white hair and br
PARIS--There was a lot to love about Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli's spring collection for Valentino: 1) gorgeous red-carpet-worthy lace and sheer gowns, in the usual palette of Valentino-red, black and beige, livened up with floral embroidery done in Jil Sander spring 2011-esque fluorescents; 2) the signature ruffles were there but there was also a fresh new strapless tent silhouette that fell straight away from the body; 3) they made eveningwear look good with flats; 4) there was air conditioning (wha happened, Lanvin?).
Kanye West showed his debut collection tonight in Paris. The show was easily one of the most buzzed about of the week and he wrangled an impressive front row, with designers outweighing celebrities. Based on reports from Twitter and Eric Wilson's just-posted write-up on the Times' blog On the Runway, Azzedine Alaïa, Joseph Altuzarra, Alexander Wang, Olivier Theyskens, Dean and Dan Caten, Jeremy Scott and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were all there. The right editors were there too: Anna Wintour, Carine Roitfeld, Glenda Bailey and Anna Dello Russo. As for the celebrities who showed? La Lohan was there, as we reported, and so was Ciara, but sadly Beyonce and Jay-Z were no-shows. Or maybe, not so sadly, considering the show was slammed by critics almost as soon as the first model hit the runway. We'll have our review posted tomorrow morning (our fabulous contributor, Flaunt's Long Nguyen, was one of the lucky 100 granted a ticket). Until then, here's what the critics had to say about it over Twitter. Warning, it's not pretty.