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It was quite the weekend over in the French Riviera, with red carpet favorites like Jennifer Lawrence, Marion Cotillard, and Zoe Saldana stepping out to fête a host of films. Did their fashion picks up the ante at the Cannes Film Festival? Read on to find out.
If you saw our post earlier today about Rooney Mara landing her first-ever campaign as the face of Calvin Klein’s upcoming summer scent, then you might accuse us of burying the lede. Because last night CK also happened to hold one of the most glam parties to come out of the Cannes Film Festival this year.
Photocall attire is fine and dandy (especially when it’s as good as today’s offerings), but the real action from the Cannes Film Festival doesn’t start until the first star hits the red carpet at the Opening Ceremony. And tonight’s is shaping up to be a stunning showing — even if the dresses are in danger of getting a little drenched in the downpour.
If the first looks to come out of the 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival are any indication, we’re in for a real treat from the French Riviera — albeit a rather monochromatic one.
We’re deep in the throes of a Great Gatsby fever, but at least one notable name has no interest in seeing the film in theaters tomorrow. Carey Mulligan, who happens to play Daisy, the crown jewel of the story and Gatsby’s long-lost love interest. In this video, Mulligan spills to Jon Stewart on the specificity of Catherine Martin’s costume design, and why we won’t be seeing her in line for popcorn.
Guests at yesterday’s pre-Met Ball screening of The Great Gatsby seemed to have dressed more for Truman Capote’s legendary monochrome-themed ball than any bash the film’s namesake would have hosted, but while the MoMA resembled the penguin enclosure at Sea World, there were a few attendees who didn’t get the memo.
The venue may have been Lincoln Center, but the crowd was all West Egg at last night’s New York premiere of The Great Gatsby. But would Jay Gatsby have approved of his guests’ attire? We’re sure he would have coveted a certain other Jay’s Tom Ford suit, and Carey Mulligan‘s dress was worthy of a modern day Daisy, but what about that pair of Uggs we saw peeking out under one guest’s outfit?
We didn’t really like Carey Mulligan’s May Vogue cover, but we’re totally in love with her June cover for Harper’s Bazaar UK. What do you think?
We can hear the high-schoolers firing up their “prom inspo” Tumblrs as we speak. Sarah Jessica Parker, Carey Mulligan, Kate Hudson, and more attended Tiffany’s insanely glitzy party at Rockefeller Center last night. And damn, it was faaancy.
The Great Gatby is the stuff of dreams for fashion editors looking to the film for inspiration: visually stunning, replete with Prada duds and Tiffany & Co. jewels, and with a great looking cast to boot. So, naturally, the covers have started rolling in in anticipation of the May 10 release date. So far, two Vogue editions have taken their cues from Daisy Buchanan‘s glamorous excesses for this month’s issues, with Vogue Australia casting Karlie Kloss and her era-appropriate bob, and the US version going, predictably, with Carey Mulligan, who will star as Daisy on the big screen. But which cover captures the essence of Gatsby best? Let’s take a look.
It’s no secret that filming deshabille in Hollywood is the most awkward thing ever. Most people can barely handle swimsuit season, let alone acting out a full-on sex scene with a director, a camera crew, and who knows who else watching. And since Carey Mulligan has performed her fair share of adult material, she’s had to devise her own ways of coping with the stress of stripping down.
The long-awaited trailer for The Great Gatsby is here, and it involves Kanye West.
Just in case you wanted to own a piece of Met Gala history, here’s your chance! Carey Mulligan is auctioning off the custom-made Prada halter dress that she wore to the fashionable fête on eBay to raise money for Oxfam America.
Mazel tov! The 26-year-old actress wed beau Marcus Mumford, frontman of indie band Mumford & Sons, in a rustic ceremony in the English countryside yesterday. Rustic, yes, but still decidedly fabulous.
Carey Mulligan took some bright blue steps on the red carpet Thursday night at London’s Critics Circle Awards, pairing a red Roland Mouret dress with a royal blue pair of YSL’s Palais pumps. We love the dress and love the idea of playing around with bright accessories, but we’re not sure if this works.
This was the week Karlie Kloss spoke about her Vogue Italia photos and Lindsay Lohan‘s Playboy spread leaked. This was also the week we got a double dose of Chloë Sevigny, attended some fancy parties, and saw the unveiling of the Pirelli calendar.
Carey Mulligan’s January 2012 cover for W magazine marks a decidedly sexy departure for the British ingenue, who is typically seen styled in slightly more conservative (though no less beautiful) wear.
Carey Mulligan is one very popular cover star. The Drive actress covers the November issue of ELLE France and the December issue of german Glamour, which would be awesome if the photos weren’t identical. Worse yet — they’re both recycled from Vogue’s October 2010 issue which, yes, is over a year old.
Get ready for a wave of 1920s style, everyone. We’ve had a look at a few photos from the set of The Great Gatsby, and the casts’ 1920s costumes are so good, we wouldn’t be surprised if the decade’s style came roaring back onto the runways during fashion week.