Plus, a movie about Black hair won at the Oscars.
"Vision & Virtuosity" details the company's 180-year history, including an homage to "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and the famous yellow diamond worn by Lady Gaga.
Prepare for Sunday's 88th Academy Awards with some serious red carpet eye candy.
Things got a lot more interesting and, in some cases, a lot more naked.
And elusive photographer Steven Meisel speaks.
We're willing to bet at least a couple of these are heading to Hollywood right now.
We heard that Jared Leto's having some indecision about how to wear his luscious locks to the Oscars Sunday night. So we wanted to help.
Now comes the fun part! After a long night of staying up way way past our bedtimes laughing, crying, singing, and yawning along with the 85th annual Academy Awards, we've scoured the far reaches of Getty Images to bring you our picks for best and worst dressed.
It's hard to believe, but the granddaddy of all red carpet events - THE ACADEMY AWARDS! - is only two days away. Can you tell we're excited? Really, we are. Obviously, our favorite part of the entire evening is the arrivals: Who's there, and more importantly, who they're wearing. Above all, we want to see who's bold enough to take the fashion risks - because those are the dresses we'll be talking about the next morning. And those who really make a mark could end up on a list like this one in twenty years time! Behold, our choices for the fifteen riskiest red carpet Oscar looks of all time. Some are great, some... not so much. But the best ones are an amazing combination of both. Read on as we take a look back at some of the most fashionably daring dames on Hollywood's biggest night.
The Oscars are coming to a red carpet near you this Sunday, and it's easy for your ego and self-esteem to take a beating while you're watching. Thoughts like, "She's HOW old?" and "Wow, her ass looks great in that" may pop into your mind while watching the slinky, strapless fish tail gowns and their flawless inhabitants go by. Well, if this makes you feel any better, those stars--even the ones who are slim and trim--get a LOT of help to look that sleek and svelte, in the form of high tech undergarments. The Hollywood Reporter spoke to several Hollywood stylists who style the likes of Penelope Cruz, Dakota Fanning, and Emily Blunt. And they spilled a lot of their cinching secrets. While a lot of designers (like Elie Saab, Rouland Mouret, and Valentino) build things like corsetry, bust padding, and mesh netting into their gowns, stylists have an entire arsenal of undergarments at their disposal. Because we think everyone, and not only Hollywood starlets, should have the right to look svelte and lump-free under their couture gowns, we pulled out all the products recommended by the stylists--Cristina Ehrlich, George Kotsiopoulos, Jessica Paster, and Cameron SIlver--and figured out where you can buy them.
1. Was Rachel’s conversation with Oscar backstage a conversation or a press interview? The vibe was very there-are-a-lot-of-cameras-pointed-towards-us-so-we-need-to-say-things-to-each-other. 2. This is just a suggestion, but why couldn't Rachel and Roger just pretend their anniversary isn’t during fashion week and celebrate it before or after instead of complaining so much about how they can’t spend time together? Don't people do that? 3. Why is everything a “moment?” Seriously, Rachel and Brad said the word “moment” at least 7 times during the episode, including: “White Moment” - something Rachel dies for, natch, and that Cameron is also known to love. “Princess Moment” - Rachel referring to ODR’s collection and something Cameron hasn’t had in a while “Anti-black Moment” - Rachel referring to what Demi apparently needs to have (which may have worked, as Demi rocked a purple printed mini dress on Regis & Kelly this morning). “Whoever decided the stages should be white just fucked up my whole moment!” - Brad, um, having a moment.