Color and volume were scarce as celebs eased into awards season.
With ladies like Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne and Rachel Bilson making the red carpet rounds this week, we knew we were in for some pretty perfect looks. And in Balenciaga, Christopher Kane and Oscar de la Renta respectively, they did not disappoint. We also saw Solange in some Geisha-inspired Prada and Aubrey Plaza impressed us with some very chic Calvin Klein. Click through for all that and the rest of this week's 10 best dressed.
If you thought Comic-Con was just a place for Doctor Who fanatics and Batman enthusiasts to dress up in elaborate costumes, commiserate in geek speak and fabricated languages, and have their photos taken... you'd be partially right. But it's also a place for A-list celebs to dress up in designer clothes! Look at what they wore.
From Glamour's "These Girls" event, where Alexa Chung and Dianna Agron shared stories of feminism, to the glam Billboard Music Awards, there were several events other than Cannes which drew a stylish crowd. Click through to see them all.
Run-of-the-mill red carpets usually feature a lot of smoky eyes, nude lips, and artfully highlighted brow bones. But throw a punk theme in there, and suddenly you have January Jones looking like she escaped from a Gareth Pugh runway. Yes, there were plenty of safe, gorgeous makeup looks at the Met Gala last night, but a handful of celebs really had fun with their eye makeup, either breaking out the color or the arty graphic eyeliner.
Although most of us in NYC didn't have much of a Halloween last night, people in other parts of the country, and world, did.
more The Dark Knight Rises premieres and a Louis Vuitton train stop in Shanghai elicited many great outfits for us to choose from. From Hailee Stein
Comic-Con International wrapped yesterday, and since Hollywood keeps making blockbuster movies based on comics, and sequels based on those comics, and
Emma Stone may have been the indisputable red carpet (and glossy cover) star of this week thanks to her Spiderman press tour, but a few other ladies
more Whites and florals were everywhere this week on red carpets all over the globe. From Kiernan Shipka looking cute as a button in pink Miu Miu to
Believe it or not, there was a little glamour to be found outside of Cannes this week. Rachel Bilson made a welcome return to the red carpet at The
The White House Correspondents' Dinner, which took place Saturday night in DC, always makes for an interesting red carpet. The event is a strange mix of politicians, New York's media power players, and celebrities from the A list on down to the D list. We're talking President Obama and Kim Kardashian in the same room ("Why is she famous anyway?" Obama joked during his speech). And that makes for some very interesting fashion. Take a look. And watch President Obama's hilarious speech first. He's so good.
When Victoria Beckham tweeted a photo of a pile of hair with the caption, "Chopped it off! X vb," fans went crazy wondering what her new 'do looked like. They didn't have to wait long. Photogs caught Beckham out and about, revealing her new long bob, which just might officially be the hottest hairstyle in Hollywood right now. Victoria's chop had us thinking about other celebrities who caused a frenzy with just a snip of their hair. From Jennifer Anniston's brief break from her surfer-girl tresses, to Rooney Mara's total 180, we rounded up 10 of our favorites - and one that we wish would grow out already. Click through to see other celeb's transformations!
We're right smack in the middle of awards season, with the Golden Globes safely behind us. While there are still a lot of big red carpets to look forward to in February--like the Grammys, the Oscars, and the BAFTAs--a few early contenders for strong red carpet hair trends have emerged. And unlike those complicated braids and tortured updos of previous years, a lot of these are looks that regular people can achieve in the comfort of their own homes without needing five stylists at your beck and call. From Rooney Mara to Meryl Streep, click through to see the six hair trends we've spotted so far--plus a few tips for getting the various looks. Will these trends have staying power over the next few red carpets?
The People's Choice Awards might be one of the more pointless award shows (seriously, does anyone actually watch it?) but that doesn't mean the red carpet has to be. Actually, we're pretty sure the only reason to watch the show at all is to scope out what all the cute young starlets are wearing. And in that respect, last night's show was a doozy. From Chloe Moretz in Proenza Schouler to Jennifer Lawrence in Viktor & Rolf, last night's red carpet was surprisingly high fashion. Click though to see who made our top 10 best dressed from the night.
more Making our list this week are celebs who went for a simple and polished look, and still managed to stand out. It was refreshing to see Lady Gaga
The Kates were only the beginning. Remember when everyone in Hollywood was pregnant? Now, they all seem to be engaged. The most recent starlet to get a ring put on it is the always-stylish Carey Mulligan, whose engagement to Mumford & Sons' Marcus Mumford was announced yesterday. A ton of other well-heeled celebs are planning to tie the knot, from Kim Kardashian to Sofia Coppola to Natalie Portman to Zoe Saldana. And since it's currently wedding season, we thought this would be a good time to speculate on what dresses those celebs might wear down the aisle. Or, at least, what we would like them to wear. Click through to see our picks!
There's always a next time Amy.
Editors, designers, celebrities and models turned it out on the red carpet at last night's Fashion Oscars, aka the Met Ball. Unlike the real Oscars, this is a red carpet where people who really know and care about fashion take risks. As last night's gala celebrated "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty," the McQueen retrospective opening at the Met's Costume Institute this week, many attendees honored the late designer by wearing his incredible creations (some even got ready in them in the windows of Barneys). But of course, there was also Chanel, Balenciaga, Lanvin, Gucci, Givenchy, Valentino, etc., Click through to see who made our picks for the best dressed of the night.
H&M is set to launch a unisex collection on April 26th called "H&M Fashion Against AIDS," with 25% of proceeds benefiting youth HIV/AIDS projects around the world. To promote the collection, the fast fashion giant wrangled a bevy of young stars from film, TV, and music including Penn Badgley, Akon, Ginnifer Goodwin, Selma Blair, Keri Hilson, Sky Ferreira, Shiloh Fernandez, Nikki Reed, the Scissor Sisters and ubiquitous fashion scenesters the Misshapes. "When I was growing up, I thought we were all going to get AIDS--it was this big scary disease, but then it seems like people forgot about it, but the disease is still there and very much part of our lives," Selma Blair said in a release. "It's a disease that can be avoided. It's especially tragic when our ignorance keeps us from safety." And as for the unisex designs, Penn Badgley digs it: "I like it! I think it's interesting. It's like a blank slate, your own style and how you wear it. The clothes don't wear you as much as you wear them. The style is simple enough that it doesn't dictate yours." Each star wore a piece of the collection in their own way to fit their personal style. Scissor Sister's Ana Matronic wore a peach trench as a dress. Badgley paired his tee with...a hoodie. Check out behind the scenes images from the campaign shoot.
more Giambattista Valli ruled our best dressed list this week. Usual suspects Diane Kruger and Leighton Meester both turned it out in Giambattista Va