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Ever since her gorgeous fall campaign for the French fashion house, we decided that Michelle Williams and Louis Vuitton were a lethal combination. Last night, the actress backed our theory proving that her alabaster skin is all the more striking against an LBD at the Whitney Museum of American Art Gala & Studio Party.
One thing we learned Monday night at Glamour‘s “These Girls” event? Gloria Steinem’s favorite word is “fan-f*cking-tastic”. Another thing we learned? Well, a lot actually, since that was just the first tidbit of wisdom from an evening of hilarious, personal, and poignant monologues by Alexa Chung, Emma Roberts, Zosia Mamet, Dianna Agron, Lucy Punch, and Amy Schumer on being a young woman in today’s crazy world.
We love Glee as much as the next teen-obsessed fashion blogger, but Dianna Agron and Lea Michele’s appearances on tonight’s red carpet left us sorely disappointed.
For a red carpet that we would characterize as fairly vanilla, there were still some looks from last night’s Emmy Awards that we found sartorially offensive.
What, we ask you, is so challenging about taking a photo of a beautiful woman and just leaving it the hell alone? Cosmopolitan magazine, which features Glee star Dianna Agron on its September cover, doesn’t seem to be aware of that concept — and it doesn’t seem to know what human arms look like, either.
The Glee kids are taking part in next month’s Fashion’s Night Out, and they also know a thing or two about walking a red carpet.
Today’s StyleDish brings us James Franco’s plans for a museum of “non-visible” art (how will we know it’s there if it’s invisible?), men wearing nothing but strategically placed ties, and a fatal warning to obsessive video gamers.
The third annual Fashion’s Night Out will involve its usual bevy of models, designers, and celebrities, but this time stars of the hit show Glee will be there to help you shop. Cast members including Lea Michele, Diana Agron, Corey Monteith, Chris Colfer, and Darren Criss have been selected as spokespeople to appear in stores from New York to Los Angeles.
To celebrate the wrap of Glee‘s second season, Dianna Agron did the unthinkable: she chopped off her pretty blonde locks! Well, it actually looks awesome (though she would be gorgeous without any hair at all). And yes, we have pictures! And video!
First reaction upon hearing that the ladies of Glee would grace the cover of Marie Claire‘s May issue: “Oh, awesome! We hope they don’t airbrush any of them!” First reaction upon seeing the ladies of Glee gracing the cover of Marie Claire‘s May issue: “Oh, no. They did.”
We were so inspired by the Glee ladies’ SAG style that we initially planned on including them in our best dressed round-up. And then we realized each cast member deserved her own close-up. Let’s take a look, shall we?
Dianna Agron‘s latest cover? Elle Canada! We must admit we didn’t know the mag existed, but we love that they have a teaser that reads “The Best Places to Smooch in Canada.”
Last month we deemed Glee‘s GQ spread “totally gratuitous.” The photos, which depicted a fully-dressed Cory Monteith hanging out with scantily-clad Lea Michele and Dianna Agron, were shot by pseudo-porn photog Terry Richardson. We find Terry’s formulaic work to be fairly yawn-worthy, but he also happens to completely creep us (and lots and lots of models) out.
Earlier this week, we wrote a post commenting on Terry Richardson‘s porn-inspired take on Glee for GQ magazine. While we called the photos about as exciting as “week-old bread”, more than a few others — including the Parents Television Council — have called them “disturbing” and bordering on “pedophilia.” The controversy has gotten so bad that Dianna Agron wrote a post half-apologizing for the photos, and that sucks.
Why does everything Terry Richardson touches turn to porn? We’re not saying Glee is a squeaky clean show — their last episode included a girl on girl reference to “scissoring” — but this spread shot by Richardson for GQ mag just feels totally gratuitous. For starters, why is it that both Lea Michele and Dianna Agron are relegated to varying degrees of undress while Cory Monteith remains fully clothed in every single shot.
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.
Hollywood loves an excuse for an awards show, and though we don’t know much about the Breakthrough of the Year Awards — or who won, for that matter — we do know that the usual suspects turned out in full force. Some looked good, some looked great, and some looked like they were wearing a rumpled satin bedsheet for a dress.
We took the “guilty” out of “guilty pleasure” a long time ago when it comes to Glee. And while fashion is not necessarily something that comes to mind while ruminating on the genius of the show, the cast’s break-out stars have been tearing up the red carpet offscreen, most notably Lea Michele and Dianna Agron. So it comes as no surprise that the ladies would be featured in Glamour’sBest Friends issue.