There was vintage Alexander McQueen, bondage-infused Versace and so much more.
Because it's actually summer now. Get it?
Yes, some were even brave enough to wear those berets.
The silent film follows actresses Allison Williams, Freida Pinto and Kuoth Wiel.
We pop champagne, ohh.
This look deserves honors on its own, don't you think?
Stop being such a little princess, Elle Fanning. Just stop.
And Kate Moss says she would love for Jennifer Lawrence to wear her Topshop collection.
For fall, Kors showed a rich collection that was worthy of his A-list front row.
Plus: Miley Cyrus looking shockingly covered-up.
This week's best dressed ladies were all about simple elegance. We love Carey Mulligan's unfussy, strapless chartreuse Dior (a rare experimentation with color for the actress), as much as Kate Moss and Allison Williams' more subdued black numbers. On the edgier side of the spectrum were Rooney Mara in Proenza, Elizabeth Olsen in Chloé, and newcomer Lupita Nyong'o in Prada. Click through for all that and the rest of this week's best dressed.
While most people bid farewell to summer with barbecues and back-to-school shopping, Hollywood's A-list flocks to Italy for the Venice Film Festival
While the recent tragedies in Bangladesh's garment factories are a reminder of how far the retail industry has to go in terms of reform, it's important to highlight those rare stories of fashion brands that do support the communities they work in. The latest project from Maiyet, the creation of a state-of-the-art weaving facility in Varanasi, India, to preserve the ancient silk-weaving tradition there, is one such story.
It doesn't get much more elegant than Marion Cotillard in Dior or Nicole Kidman in Oscar de la Renta, nor does it get much cooler than Willow Smith in Chanel or Diane Kruger in Preen. Click through for all that and the rest of our 10 best dressed of this week!
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.
Awards season keeps chugging along, bringing us all the strapless/fishtail silhoeuttes and Veronica Lake waves we can handle. The red carpet at the Screen Actor's Guild awards just wrapped up, and the usual suspects showed up looking flawless.
While New York fashion week is upon us here in the USA, across the pond, over in Italy, Hollywood is putting on a different kind of fashion show on th
more Now that The Amazing Spiderman press appearances are over and Emma Stone's red carpet reign has ended (for now), it's time to let other stars' s
Once designed for women with budgets in polar opposition to mine, women about to take off on a fantastical and lavish holiday, resort collections were also secondary occurrences to their ready-to-wear sibling, dignified with a lookbook at best. Last night in Paris, Salvatore Ferragamo went quite radically the other way. The Florentine label, sponsors of the current Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at the Louvre, used the opportunity to throw a lavish runway show at the museum, with a couture-worthy casting and front row.
Actresses, models and singers are used to baring their souls for the camera--and now they're baring all that and more on the red carpet. From Beyonce
more There were lots of bold choices on the red carpet this week--and we couldn't be happier about it. Freida Pinto saw red in a tailored Gucci suit,