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We don’t want to be mean but there’s no real nice way to put this: what on earth was Kristen Bell wearing last night?
Britney Spears’ former manager and current boyfriend Jason Trawick has accused the star of having a serious case Styleitis — the kind that involves not showering, not washing her clothes, and according to earlier photos, not washing her hair. But alas, she isn’t the first un-showered celebrity we’ve seen around.
Angelina Jolie and the cast of Salt celebrated the action flick’s UK premiere in London today — and in true Jolie form, the actress wore a neutral-toned and relatively shapeless gown paired with a smokey eye and not a single stitch of jewelry.
Okay, so diagnosing Snooki with Styleitis is a little redundant; the girl wears her hair in something called a “pouf” and believes a trucker hat is the ultimate accessory. But this photo of Snooki prancing around the Jersey Shore this past weekend reached new heights in sartorial offensiveness.
On the most somber of occasions, normally what we like to do is let the way we dress reflect the sadness or seriousness of what’s going on around us. But apparently if you’re royalty, that rule does not apply.
InStyle held their annual Summer Soiree last night and while the party looked fun, the fashion did not. There were a few bright spots on the sartorial guest list, including America’s Next Top Model alum and W cover girl Ya Ya DaCosta, 90210 starlet Jessica Stroup, and former model Keisha Whitaker, but a preponderance of overwrought and over-thought dresses put a damper on this August evening.
Rihanna is the proud owner of a pretty bad-ass new neck tattoo that reads “rebelle fleur” — which would be awesome if it actually made any sense.
Yesterday, an image of Anna Wintour wearing what appears to be a Rockettes-in-Space costume made of latex and turquoise suede took the Internet by storm. Was is possible? Had the editor in chief of fashion’s most powerful glossy actually made such a sartorial misstep?
Stephanie Pratt may have undergone reality TV’s most successful mean to nice girl makeover, but she’s still struggling in the clothing department. At last night’s NYC premiere of The Middle Man, Pratt walked the red carpet in a late ’80s-esque black mini-dress featuring a sheer back, sheer stomach, and two fabric trapezoids covering her chest.
When we begged Taylor to put on some pants, that didn’t mean she could then take off her top. Last night, Taylor Momsen feted the launch of Material Girl for Macy’s — the line designed by Madonna and Lourdes – in the way only Taylor can: in an inappropriate outfit paired with sulky pout.
If you watched the Bachelorette this season, you may have noticed that this season’s favorite girl next door Ali Fedotowsky’s fashion sense is, well, limited. And she never let us or any of the men competing for her love forget that yellow was her favorite color — a color that unfortunately does not suit her very well. So what did Ali wear to tell the man of her dreams that she wanted him, and only him, to spend the rest of his life with her?
While we’ll leave criticism of her politicking to our friends at Mediaite, Secy. of State Hillary Clinton‘s style has oft been in the sights of fashion writers. Everyone from Anna Wintour, who publicly advised then-Sen. Clinton on what to wear during the 2008 presidential campaign, to the good people at About.com has made some kind of comment on what she’s worn. Today, Styleite joins this group.
We love Miu Miu. And, to be honest, the more we look at this dress the more we realize it’s actually kind of cute. But in that very specific, hyper-idealized way in that no one other than Rachel Bilson — maybe — can pull it off. Which is why we’re trying to figure out what Mischa Barton was thinking when she put this on and left the house.
Last night, Blake Lively celebrated the premiere of her Gossip Girl co-star Chace Crawford’s new film, “Twelve.” But while we normally love Lively — and her mind-bogglingly fabulous cleavage — we’re a little disappointed in this dress. From Chanel’s 2011 Cruise collection, the dress features an open back — which is great — and a flower-patterned lace midsection, which is not so great.
Rihanna showed up to an after party for her LA concert sporting her much spoken about red coif, and donning what appears to be a former Barnum & Bailey circus costume. While we’re normally huge fans of the jumpsuit, the multicolored polka dot pattern on this one-shouldered garb makes it look cheap and, for lack of a better word, silly.
Just when we were beginning to love Megan Fox, she just had to show up to VH1′s Do Something Awards in this brownish-orange, oddly patterned Azzedine Alaïa dress. The cut is less than complimentary, even on a body as perfect at Megan’s. And that accessory we thought she had done away with — the spray tan — seems to be back.
It’s summer. It’s hot. Even in the rain we’re sweating. And we’re frustrated because we can’t take advantage of what Eric Wilson of The New York Times has officially anointed the summer style epidemic (in a good way) of 2010: the cuff roll. But who can actually pull it off?
We appreciate the art of athletics just as much as our friends over at Sportsgrid. [Ed Note: Did you see our World Cup coverage?] But just in case we ever forget how much we love a good game, there’s are always the ESPY awards to provide us with a solid red carpet competition.
It’s difficult to imagine MTV had anything going on last night aside from The Hills series finale, The City season finale, and The Hills After Show party. But in true MTV party spirit, the network was also hosting the Jersey Shore Soundtrack release party. The entire cast showed up to celebrate their favorite fist pumping tunes, and while some may have been blinded by The Situation’s abs, we were too distracted at the poorly dressed, overly orange female cast members to really notice anything else.
Mary-Kate Olsen was recently spotted arriving at LAX an oversized sweater, polka dot skirt, leopard print scarf, and some strange black, mesh-cloth something. (We’re not positive whether it’s a skirt or pants). Our opinion is best summed up in one word: Styleitis.