At last night's annual Teen Choice Awards (i.e. the only show in which Logan Lerman is capable of beating out Leonardo DiCaprio and Bradley Cooper for an acting award), the fashion was surprisingly grown up.
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.
Her four inch Louboutins prevented her from doing any tumbling passes down the runway, but Gabby Douglas still drew the biggest cheers at last night’s Heart Truth Red Dress runway show. I spied Douglas’s megawatt smile in the backstage pre-show chaos and grabbed a few minutes with her while she getting her nails painted. Punctuating her speech with “Oh my gosh”-es and excited giggles, she told me her thoughts on nail art, Ben Affleck, and dismissing that whole Olympics hair controversy once and for all.
At this season's Heart Truth Red Dress show, the celeb-filled fashion show to raise awareness about heart disease, the catwalk strutters skewed a little younger than usual. Gymnasts Gabby Douglas and Nastia Liukin walked (they didn't handspring, sadly), as did Kendall and Kyle Jenner (preceded on the runway by mom Kris), and gorgeous Aussie snowboarder Torah Bright. Minka Kelly and Jamie Chung represented the stunning starlet set, and Soledad O'Brien and Savannah Guthrie brought a little TV journalist gravitas to the proceedings. Kelly Osbourne was on the red carpet, rather than judging it. Toni Braxton and Wendy Williams provided a few goddess moments. Exercise guru Jillian Michaels was there, too, and easily had the best triceps of the whole bunch.
From Raf Simons' appointment at Dior, to Nicolas Ghesquiere's departure from Balenciaga, and the arrival of several new 'It' girls (or 'It' felines, anyway), 2012 brought a lot of big changes in the fashion industry. And, of course, we were on hand to report every single one of them.
Last night Glamour magazine celebrated their annual Women of the Year Awards at New York’s famed Carnegie Hall. The evening honored courageous women and celebrities like Jenna Lyons, Missy Franklin, and Selena Gomez for their charity and progressive leadership. It was full of surprises too.
Rihanna debuted a new 'do, Taylor Swift ditched her princess dresses for a white suit (good move Tay!), Rita Ora and Nicki Minaj wore dueling cat suits, Amber Rose proudly displayed her baby bump, Miley Cyrus paired her Pucci with a bleach blond mohawk, and Gabby Douglas stepped out of her leotard and into some serious sequins.
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