The 2013 Primetime Emmys have officially kicked off and we're bringing you every look from the red carpet. Don't miss a single glamorous moment! Ph
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.
more Lake Bell always has great casual, cool girl style and she's doing everything right color-wise with this look. Kiera Knightley takes a risk and l
We've become huge fans of the Hollywood Reporter over the last few months, mostly due to Janice Min's excellent makeover of the trade publication. Staffer Merle Ginsberg navigates the LA fashion scene with an entertaining mix of gossip, insider news, and general knowledge that is not only rare for the West Coast, but rare for fashion writing in general. So we were thrilled to see Ginsberg's list of the 25 most powerful stylists in Hollywood covering this week's issue. Rachel Zoe obviously ranks number one, with names like Nicole Chavez, Annabel Tollman, Brad Goreski, Leslie Fremar, and Kate Young rounding it out. See the full list below, and read the Zoe cover story here.
Carey Mulligan has changed red carpet fashion. I say this on the day after the Golden Globes not because she wowed me last night--she wasn't even there. It's because ever since Mulligan wore that Prada dress to last year's Oscars, the red carpet has gotten a bit more interesting. Of course there were risk takers before she the pulled it off: Maggie Gyllenhaal, Kirsten Dunst, Michelle Williams, and Sofia Coppola have looked pulled together and cool over the past decade. But here's why Carey's different: She's not cool. She's pretty and smart and admirable, but she's not particularly slick or hip. She's made not wearing a nude, sparkly dress okay for non-hipsters. She's even made it necessary. Last night, there were more than ten dresses which I thought, even if they weren't perfect, were good. And interesting. Usually, I'd say the number is more like three.