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Is that Claire Danes or her Homeland character, Carrie Mathison, on the cover of Vogue’s August issue? Danes, who plays a CIA agent on the hit show, is so in character on the cover and in the pages of the magazine that it’s a little difficult to make the distinction.
The crowd at TIME’s annual 100 Most Influential People Gala is by definition an impressive one. But did the gowns at last night’s event do justice to their wearers? Click through to find out.
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.
Unlike other pregnant celebs who strip down for magazine covers,
Angela Chase Claire Danes kept her clothes on for the cover of ELLE‘s February issue. In fact, the new mom doesn’t even look like she was eight months pregnant at the time of the photoshoot with her first child with Hugh Dancy.
Any time you have Julianne Moore (in anything), January Jones (in a complex, fashion-forward creation), and Chanel (anything Chanel!) on one red carpet, you know the best dressed list is going to be stiff competition. At tonight’s 64th Annual Emmy Awards, some of Hollywood’s most well-heeled talents stepped out in bright colors, daring cuts, and eye-catching jewels. Take a look at our best dressed nominees — and let us know if you agree.
Angela Chase Claire Danes and her dreamy husband Hugh Dancy are having a baby. CONGRATS, YOU GUYS!
Despite the small number of fashion folk on the Time‘s 100 Most Influential People list this year, last night’s red carpet was quite stylish.
Another day, another set of Tribeca Film Festival events, and another excuse for us to round up photos of every celebrity in attendance in order to judge how well their stylists dress them.
The, um, girls were out in full force for last night’s premiere of Girls.
Valentino is having quite the week, and we’re happy to be along for the ride. On Monday we attended a press conference at MoMA to get the details on the Valentino Garavani Virtual Museum, and last night we feted the project with the designer and his fancy friends.
A bevy of stars, models, and bold-faced names stepped out for last night’s opening of “Le Compte Ory” at New York City’s Metropolitan Opera. And while Claire Danes, Mary Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen, Raquel Zimmermann, Olivia Munn, Emmy Rossum, and Rebecca Hall already make for a competitive red carpet, the fact that every one of them was dressed by YSL makes the competition even closer.
We’re still recovering from the Grammys and the BAFTA Awards (and gearing up for the Oscars!), but the awards show goodness just won’t stop. The Costume Designers Guild Awards were held last night, and we have a red carpet roundup just for you!
If Latisse turned on Claire Danes, could it turn on you? Page Six reports that the actress, who signed up to join Brooke Shields as a spokeswoman for the eyelash enhancing serum this summer, has had her share of trouble with one of Latisse’s side effects.
Chanel celebrated the opening of its new SoHo store Thursday night, and with seven days left to go for NYFW, we can pretty definitively say that it was probably the party of the week. Between Blake Lively, Liv Tyler, Jessica Stam, and The Kaiser himself, there were more bold-faced names than we could tweet! (Though we most certainly tried.)
Because we know there’s no such thing as red carpet overkill, we thought we’d bring you one more wrap-up, this time featuring ten looks from Sunday night’s 62nd Annual Emmy Awards that deserve a Styleite-approved honorable mention. Remember, just because it wasn’t the best or the worst, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be seen.
There’s a little part of us, way deep inside, that feels terrible for sitting on our couch on a rainy Monday night and going through photos of our favorite bold-faced names and judging them purely on their looks. But then we see the Ms. Havisham monstrosity that Kirsten Dunst chose to wore and we shove that part even deeper down inside and carry on our merry, judge-y way. What follows are the most lackluster looks from tonight’s Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala.