Costume designer Jacqueline Durran also discusses Florence Pugh's Parisian fashion, Laura Dern's 'Victorian Hippie' paisley prints and more.
Here's hoping for a "timeless" red carpet.
Models! Gowns! Oh, and movies!
Emmy-winner Alix Friedberg previews the evolving looks of the Monterey Five, plus newcomer Meryl Streep and her "detective" trench.
The ladies of Monterey are back.
Oscar-winning costume designer Sandy Powell even helped dress the cartoon animals for a song and dance number.
The red (er, blue) carpet was like a giant party, and all your faves dressed for the occasion.
The Alexander McQueen suit made an appearance at "The Post"'s London premiere.
Leading ladies added their own twist to this classic borrowed-from-the-boys style.
With a special appearance from Pharrell Williams and Imaan Hammam on the magazine's subscriber cover.
She had some *words* for the designer following his earlier Oscars dress comments.
Plus, watch Petra Collins' new Gucci video.
You know how you're supposed to cool down by eating zesty foods? Like that, but with clothes.
Lena Dunham and America Ferrera were there, too.
The historical drama, which also stars Meryl Streep, hits theaters on Friday.
Plus the rest of the week's best dressed (outside of Paris).
The costume and hair designers of "Into the Woods" tell us how they made the magic happen.
And Karlie Kloss dons coral lingerie and angel wings for Victoria's Secret.
The highly-anticipated music video for Paul McCartney's "Queenie Eye" has finally hit the Internets; and as promised, there are plenty of A-list cameos including the much-hyped Kate Moss/Johnny Depp "reunion."
Whether the women in Allen's films are portrayed as neurotic or naive—confident or confused—they endure as strong female personalities onscreen—with a unique sense of style to match. From Annie Hall to Vicky Cristina Barcelona, here’s how to wear your favorite Woody Allen character's signature style.
It's been a decade now since Lauren Weisberger first published The Devil Wears Prada--a juicy roman a clef about her time working for Anna Wintour that spawned a hit movie in 2006, starring Anne Hathaway as the abused assistant Andy Sachs and Meryl Streep as the Wintour-esque Miranda Priestly. Well, bad news for Andy: The devil is back.
The Golden Globes kick off the Awards Season this Sunday and while most of you try to predict the winners, we've decided to try and predict what the evening's most fashionable nominees might wear. A myriad of red carpet-worthy dresses walked the runway last season (and before that, couture), so we had a lot to wade through. Not that it wasn't fun--who wouldn't want to pretend-dress ladies like Anne Hathaway, Michelle Dockery and Sienna Miller? Click through to see what we think these ladies might wear on the big day.
We were seriously saddened to hear about Nora Ephron's premature death to cancer last night. Ephron's contributions to the film industry and popular c