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While the week’s biggest red carpet is done and dusted, Hollywood’s style stars were out on the town yesterday, decked out yet again in designer duds. So how did Anne Hathaway, Kate Bosworth, Sarah Jessica Parker, and more measure up? Let’s take a look.
Sometimes two dresses are better than one — especially when you’re going from a formal soirée at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to a late night party at the Standard Hotel. But while many guests at last night’s Met Gala opted to stick with their red carpet pick, a handful pulled out second designer looks for the latter half of the evening.
Some were pretty and some were punk, but these ten Met Gala attendees hit it out of the park with their not-so-chaotic couture.
In the world of punk-themed galas, there are two camps: the literal interpreters of the era’s gutter-and-grit days, and then those who opt for a glam reinvention of punk’s inspiration on couture fashion
When we first spotted Anne Hathaway in the corner of the frame, we immediately recognized her even with her new, nearly platinum crop. See the pics and let us know what you think of the punk-inspired hair transformation.
While it may be true that all of the biggest stories of the night happened at the Academy Awards ceremony (and, ok, on the red carpet beforehand), we’ve always been partial to a good after party ourselves, and yesterday’s annual Vanity Fair bash may hold the honor of being the most star-studded of them all.
It wouldn’t be a proper awards show roundup without the worst dressed yin to the best dressed yang. And although there weren’t too many glaringly offensive fashion foul-ups, there were a few looks that left us scratching our head more than Fantine did after her haircut.
Anne Hathaway shouldn’t expect an invite to Gstaad next year if she keeps pulling stunts like this. The actress was lined up to wear a custom-made Valentino gown to tonight’s Oscars ceremony, but swapped it out at the last minute for a pale pink Prada column with a set of darts that drew attention to her, ahem, assets. Quel scandale!
Last night’s Costume Designers Guild Awards provided a much needed dose of red carpet glam after two consecutive nights of subpar looks. Anne Hathaway, Amy Poehler, Ashley Madekwe and more all showed up in Beverly Hills in some chic wares, and we’ve got it all right here.
If you’re wondering what on earth she’s talking about, well, you’re not alone. We didn’t spot any sort of wardrobe malfunction with Anne Hathaway‘s Burberry dress at the BAFTAs Sunday night, but she told Jay Leno last night that there was indeed a slight snafu before hitting up the red carpet.
While Rihanna and Beyoncé rocked the red carpet at last night’s Grammys in Los Angeles, Jennifer Lawrence, Marion Cotillard, SJP, and more held their own over in London at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards.
You’d think that being in the very city where Les Misérables takes place might inspire Oscar nominee Anna Hathaway to step it up in the fashion department, but it looks to us like she folded under the pressure.
What’s that, you ask? Another awards show? Yes, that’s right. While you were out painting the town red on Saturday night, Hollywood was fêting filmmaking’s behind-the-scenes stars at the 65th Annual Director’s Guild of America Awards.
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.
Before we go any further, let’s just acknowledge that Marion Cotillard had the best look of the night. Draped in a scarlet Dior (surprise!) dress custom designed for her by Raf Simons, the Dark Knight Rises star managed to look modern, natural, and drop-dead gorgeous in one sleek fell swoop. But that isn’t to say she wasn’t given a run for her money on the evening’s red carpet.
The jig is up with Joan Rivers. We all know she’s going to say and do whatever she wants, and that often what she wants to say and do is close to unthinkable for the average celebrity.
Some actresses may score lucrative deals for the jewels they sport on the red carpet.
No awards show would be complete without a sartorial snafu or two. Whether its an errant undergarment, a seam torn all the way down a rear end, or a slipping neckline, it’s pretty much bound to happen to someone. It must be all that beading or something.
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!
Listen, when you’re Valentino, you can do whatever you want. Like, for example, play music obnoxiously loud on New year’s Eve — and get away with it.