Ahead of the 2020 election, the designer's civically-engaged graphic is cropping up everywhere.
Including bold lip colors, blue eye shadow, pink hair and inventive updos.
Let awards season begin!
As the age-old saying goes, after the party it's the after-party.
And Vogue UK made a mockumentary about the influence of the film "Minions" on fashion.
Oh, sure, there are some actors and actresses who look exactly like their TV alter egos. (Hi, Zooey Deschanel!) But there are some who owe a big debt to the makeup, hair, and wardrobe departments (and whoever makes Jon Hamm shave on Mad Men). Good acting is one thing, but a good costume can make or break a character. Click through for all the actors we spotted at the Emmys who undergo some amazing transformations for our viewing pleasure every week.
Claire Danes' hairstylist filled us in on how you can get the star's flawless Emmys look.
The Emmys are this Sunday, and some of our favorite actresses are nominated for major prizes. They're also a pretty stylish bunch, so we thought we'd make some suggestions for what these leading ladies should wear on the big night. Check out our picks for Emmy night:
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While we're pretty sure that the Hollywood stylists didn't all get together and decide that highlighter yellow and "sexy mermaid" would be the themes of the evening, that's totally what happened. From sultry eye makeup, to post-breakup cleavage on display, to $2 rings for babies, click through to see the top trends from last night's Emmys.
Ay, dios mio! Sofia Vergara, who was poured into a green Zuhair Murad gown at last night's Emmys broadcast, had a major wardrobe malfunction mere minutes before she went onstage. And unlike Leah's NYC Ballet mishap in which she maybe mooned Drew Barrymore, Sofia did not hide in a bathroom begging for the kindness of strangers. No, Sofia put her bare ass on the internet.
We here at the Fashionista offices are pretty excited about the Emmy nominations, announced this morning, because there were so many of our obsessions in the mix (Mad Men! Game of Thrones! Schmidt!). And then of course, we can't wait for the inevitable red carpet hits and misses. We aren't the only ones already thinking about Emmy night fashion. According to an interview with Vulture, Lena Dunham and real-life gal pal Zooey Deschanel are already plotting their nail art:
Watching last night's award show, we laughed (thank you, Jane Lynch), we cried (Friday Night Light's Kyle Chandler tends to do that to us), but most of all we admired the show-stopping creatures that ruled the red carpet. Oh, and the actresses wearing them didn't look too shabby either. From Kate Winslet's fire-engine red gown (red on the red carpet was kind of a thing last night) to Gwyneth Paltrow's midriff-baring top (yes we know, what a show-off), check out our favorite red carpet looks from last night.
In this week's best dressed Gwen Stefani keeps cool at the beach, Sandra Bullock looks amazing in Zero + Maria Cornejo, Chloë Sevigny gets in touch with her inner animal at an Emmy's afterparty where Anna Paquin traded in her McQueen for a simple and chic LDB, and Drew Barrymore continued on her fashion mission, I mean press tour, looking like she stepped out of a Ralph Lauren ad.