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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.
Aussie funny girl Rebel Wilson is hosting the MTV Movie Awards and we couldn’t be more excited.
Jennifer Lawrence must be super grateful that the Oscars are over because she can finally eat. We, meanwhile, can finally assess what the stars wore to the biggest red carpet of the awards show season. Obviously, some ladies fared better than others, and we’ve got the best dressed right here.
What’s black, white, and red all over? This best dressed list, that’s what! Usually we are all for a rainbow on the red carpet — give us vivid brights over a sea of monochrome any day — but tonight’s Critics Choice Awards proved to be an exception. Nearly all of our favorite looks from the night were either black or white, but, of course, not one of them was boring.
Tonight, while fashion obsessives everywhere stormed the streets in search of deals, steals, and free booze, MTV doled out its annual Video Music Award honors. The usual suspects were there (Katy, Ke$ha, Nicki) in the usual garb (short, tight, bright). But there were also a few surprises.
The ‘King of Cashmere’ opens up about life inside his castle. No, really. He lives in a castle.
How many premieres, galas, and red carpet parties can Hollywood host in a night? If it’s the holiday season, plenty. Angelina Jolie, Nicole Richie, Charlize Theron, Diane Kruger, Gwen Stefani, and Brooklyn Decker all stepped out in their stylists’ finest choices, just so we could sit in front of our computers chugging coffee and getting a week’s worth of judgement out of our systems. So, who was best dressed? Let’s take a look!
The MTV Video Music Awards are always an excuse for celebs to let a little loose, literally and sartorially. But while some stars definitely went for wacky looks, others played it super safe.
The BAFTA Awards are the British version of the Oscars (BAFTA stands for British Academy of Film and Television Arts, by the way). As such, the show’s red carpet can be quite a glamorous spectacle. Though there were some definite hits (Emma Stone, you go girl!), there weren’t too many looks we went crazy for. Even Styleite fave Emma Watson kind of disappointed!
This year’s Golden Globes red carpet did not disappoint. Sure, there were some misses, but there were also a whole bunch of hits. Trends abound, we saw color and texture and lots of pitch perfect awards show style.
Though it’s been (not-so-)scientifically proven that fashion is better than sports, there are quite a few sports figures who know how to turn it out. From dashing suits to more outrageous duds, take a peek at what sports’ most stylish guys and gals are wearing in our comprehensive slideshow of the industry’s best dressed.
If you couldn’t tell from our liveblog, the MTV Video Music Awards red carpet was kind of a mess. Not only was it not red (it was white), but it was poorly organized and, generally speaking, poorly dressed. But because we never turn down an excuse for a
red white carpet round-up, here it is. From Katy Perry to Ke$ha, Justin Bieber to Jared Leto, this is what they wore.
Jennifer Aniston and her co-star Juliette Lewis celebrated the premiere of The Switch in style last night, but while the two couldn’t have looked more different, we can’t decide whose look we liked best.
Earlier today, first lady Michelle Obama met withCrown Princess Letizia of Spain at Marivent Palace. And just as soon as the press pictures from the event hit wire services, bloggers across the world started comparing the first lady’s white bow top and pink skirt to the princess’s one-shoulder white dress and bejeweled neckline.
Let’s face it: at least half of the reason we love Sex and the City so much are the wardrobes of our favorite Fab Four. For the past decade, Patricia Field has dressed the ladies to the nines for their characters, so much so that it often feels as though Sarah Jessica is Carrie, Cynthia is Miranda, Kim is Samantha, and is Kristin is Charlotte. But at last night’s New York City world premiere for the wildly anticipated Sex and the City 2, the actresses proved their distance from their character’s fashion savviness.
Monday night marked the single biggest event on fashion’s yearly calendar: The Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute Gala. The theme this year was American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity and, appropriately, focused on American style through the ages. We’ve touched on some historical icons and wondered how exactly the Gap — this year’s sponsor — was going to pull off outfitting stars for the red carpet, but the photos are up and the guests have made it past the very velvet rope, so now the fun part begins.