What are we going to do when this promo tour ends?
Costume designer Sarah Edwards talks Cate Blanchett's Keith Richards-inspired suits, wardrobing Rihanna and recreating fashion's biggest night.
Watch Sandra Bullock lead a dream scheme to rob the Met Gala.
Your holiday dressing inspiration, right this way.
With the Academy Awards imminent, we decided to play dress up on some stylish nominees and presenters with some dresses that hit the runway over the past few weeks. Lupita, your dream dress is this way...
After the Grammys, celebs dialed things back a bit, going for more casual looks that strayed just a tad away from convention.
Well played, Hollywood.
Read on to see who's on our shortlist, and tell us: Whose red carpet look are you most excited to see?
From Diane Keaton's Annie Hall revival to a ruffle gone very wrong, here are the top fashion moments from the Golden Globes.
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
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.
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.
The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards happened this past Saturday--what, your iPhone reminder didn't go off? (Kidding, of course it did!) But just in case you're over the age of 14 and didn't get a chance to actually watch the awards, we've combed through countless snaps to bring you the celebs (some of them grown-ups!) whose outfits you will most definitely want to see. We're talking Kristen Stewart, Jessica Alba, Katy Perry... oh! And Johnny Depp was there!
It's good to be a celebrity. One of the many perks that comes along with the job, if you're a hot young A-lister, is the opportunity to wear just about any runway or couture look that you or your stylist likes. And when you're celebrity of that caliber, the world's top designers will do just about anything to dress you--including altering their runway creations to your liking. Recall, if you will, that episode of the Rachel Zoe Project when the stylist musters up the courage to ask the Kaiser himself to alter one of his couture creations for Cameron Diaz to make it appeal more to the American masses. With Cannes, the Met Ball, and the Oscars in recent memory, we've compiled a slideshow of starlets who wore looks right off the runway, with some minor changes made. The question is, which do you like better: The original runway versions more or the alterations made to please the stars? Click through and weigh in.
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.
In this week's best dressed Gwen Stefani keeps cool at the beach, Sandra Bullock looks amazing in Zero + Maria Cornejo, Chloë Sevigny gets in touch with her inner animal at an Emmy's afterparty where Anna Paquin traded in her McQueen for a simple and chic LDB, and Drew Barrymore continued on her fashion mission, I mean press tour, looking like she stepped out of a Ralph Lauren ad.
We're sure the looks will be revealed on Entertainment Tonight or Access Hollywood either this evening or the next, but we decided to make predictions
The WSJ had an interesting story in its Thursday style column about which stars actually prompt shoppers to buy clothes. StyleSpot.com, a Los Angeles