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Fashion’s most sacred rule of all is that its rules are made to be broken. And yet, we’ve always been hesitant to swipe on red rouge wearing our favorite soft pink. Forget that the two hues are in the same color family, whenever we we pair them together we feel it’s a garish ode to Saint Valentine.
Any red carpet that plays host to Sharon Stone, Amanda Seyfreid, Joan Smalls, and Lou Reed will inevitably be one for the books. Case in point: The Lovelace premiere.
When Amanda Seyfried isn’t rapping dressed as a frog, she is a very sexual being, and she’ll be the first to tell you.
Amanda Seyfried had a very glamorous flight into Hong Kong today. First class ticket, flat bed seats, plenty of champagne…and a silky scarlet nightgown designed especially for her by Riccardo Tisci. Unfortunately, she didn’t realize that she was supposed to change out of the nightgown before attending a cocktail party thrown by Shiseido that evening. Or at least, that’s what we have to assume is going on here.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right? That seems to be Riccardo Tisci’s thinking for his fall 2013 Givenchy campaign, which revives last season’s all-in-the-family theme. This time, however, instead of Mariacarla Boscono and her brand new baby, he’s tapped a mother and daughter pair that can both don the line in Carine Roitfeld and Julia Restoin Roitfeld, along with muse Amanda Seyfried, actor Quim Gutiérrez, and models Mariano Ontañon and Dalianah Arekion. Get your first look at the ads right here!
Less than a week after Amanda Seyfried was announced as the new face of Givenchy’s Very Irrésistible fragrance, her debut spot has hit the web. But while she and Riccardo Tisci have proven to be quite the formidable force on the red carpet at the Golden Globes, Vanity Fair party, and, of course, last night’s Met Gala, we’re not so sure the 45-second ad is quite as irresistible as the name might suggest.
If you’ve walked into a New York City subway station recently, you’ve seen those The Big Wedding movie posters plastered all over. And if you, like us, can’t help but gawk whenever confronted with a bridal confection like the dress on Amanda Seyfried, you’re in luck. Maybe she’s crouched over and blocked by poster text, but could still make out that the petal-bedecked, skinny strap dress is absolutely gorgeous, and we’ve found it!
They’re almost heeeere! Yes, we’re talking about this Sunday’s Academy Awards, and, perhaps even more importantly, the accompanying red carpet. But even as stars are busy finishing up their fittings, hitting the gym, and penning their acceptance speeches out in Los Angeles, many hit the town last night to fête their respective films. But who looked best? Let’s take a look.
Despite all of the cringe-worthy E! red carpet commentary and vacuous introductory voiceover (Jessica Chastain was looking “Zero Dark Flirty”? Really?!), there were actually some slam dunk moments on the Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet. From Marion Cotillard‘s voluminous Christian Dior couture to Claire Danes‘ unexpected one-shouldered Givenchy, here are our picks for the best of the bunch.
Jessica Alba proved her reliability as a red carpet superstar at the 24th Annual Producers Guild Awards last night, but other stars didn’t fare so well. See the photos of who fashion flopped last night.
Beyonce gives us a glimpse backstage at the Super Bowl! Plus a preview of the Comme des Garcons for Hermes collection, vintage looks for NYFW, and plenty more to feast your eyes on.
Most stars are gearing up for the SAG Awards this weekend, but Dakota Fanning, Amanda Seyfried, Emily Blunt, and more stepped out at the Sundance Film Festival and in London. Who was best dressed? You tell us.
Even if their premiere looks sometimes left us feeling somewhat cold or confused, we were almost starting to miss the days when we’d see the Les Misérables girls everywhere during their whirlwind publicity tour. But look who’s back!
Honestly, Amanda Seyfried is just killing it on this Les Mis press tour. Not only is she bringing it, sartorially speaking, but between the whiskey-swigging and this video of her rapping along to Tupac’s “California Love” while wearing a giant frog hat, girl can haaaaang.
In case you haven’t noticed, the Les Misérables publicity machine is in high gear this week, and the stars are capping off their jam-packed days with appearances on the late night circuit. Amanda Seyfried hit Letterman last night, confessing a bit of a penchant for Jameson et al.
Anne Hathaway is putting quite the concerted effort into her edgy red carpet ensembles lately, isn’t she? First she chose a contentious Givenchy Couture batwing beaded number for the London premiere of Les Misérables and last night she stepped out in a full look from Tom Ford‘s spring collection — right down to the bondage-inspired boots-cum-sandals.
Asking us to choose between Balenciaga and Givenchy is usually like asking us to pick a favorite child…you know, if we had children. But at tonight’s world premiere of Les Misérables in London, Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried stepped out dressed to the nines in creations by Riccardo Tisci and Nicolas Ghesquiére, and, in a strange turn of events, we weren’t particularly blown away by either look.
It wouldn’t be fair for Anne Hathaway to get all of the glossy lovin’ this winter, so while she covers Vogue, her equally gorgeous Les Misérables co-star Amanda Seyfried is Vanity Fair UK‘s December star, donning couture creations from the likes of Chanel, Valentino, and Christian Dior.
Last night, celebs from the A-list, B-list, and beyond stepped out in all manner of red carpet duds. Here are our picks for best and worst dressed of the night.