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We’ve been writing about the Metropolitan Museum of Art 2013 Costume Institute Gala for months. Specifically, that the theme this year was Punk: Chaos to Couture. When prepping for this evening, we were sure we’d be penning a ‘too much chaos!’ debrief rounding up an explosion of Sid Vicious-inspired torn denim vests. To our shock and, dare we say, disappointment, the most offensive outfits on tonight’s red carpet weren’t bad because they took the theme too far. They were bad because they completely ignored it.
Candy and clothing will forever be two of our favorite things, and for New York magazine’s Spring 2013 Fashion Issue, artist Will Cotton played to our not-so-guilty pleasures in a spread starring Hollywood’s sweetheart Elle Fanning.
We know, we know — Elle Fanning landing on a Worst Dressed list sounds nearly impossible, but her
tablecloth Chanel dress really missed the mark tonight at the Critics’ Choice Awards. Unfortunately, she’s not alone. Let’s break down some of the looks.
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.
Next up in award show season is the Critics’ Choice Awards, and we’ve got every single look from the red carpet right here. Last night saw the People’s Choice Awards, and if that was any indication, we’re in for some great (and of course, not-so-great) looks on the red carpet tonight as well. So sit back, relax, and keep checking back here tonight as we update the gallery!
Just when we thought Elle Fanning couldn’t get any cuter, she has a giggle fit on the Tonight Show With Jay Leno after being asked about her first on-screen kiss.
Elle Fanning has no doubt taken Hollywood by storm, but this wunderkind is as much a fashion icon as she is a respected actress. She’s the cover star of Bullett‘s current ‘Surreal’ issue, and the images are nothing short of fantastic.
Marion Cotillard wasn’t the only one who struck a pose for the flashbulbs last night, even if she was the only one who did so in fresh-off-the-runway Christian Dior.
Despite last night’s wintry mix in New York City, stars like Keira Knightley and Olivia Wilde came out for the premiere of Anna Karenina. Of course, they were bundled up for the most part, but looked cute nonetheless. It was a different story out in California and Australia where celebs like Kerri Washington, Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks, and Mena Suvari showed off some skin on the red carpet. Let’s dissect the looks, shall we?
We suppose it was not a question of if, but when Marion Cotillard would pop up on the red carpet in a piece from Raf Simons‘ debut ready-to-wear collection from Christian Dior. The actress was the first to wear a dress from his couture collection at the premiere of The Dark Knight Rises back in July, and this weekend she stepped out in a black minidress straight off the Paris runway for the Rust and Bone premiere at the BFI London Film Festival.
While you were sleeping last night, Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones, Elle Fanning, Naomi Watts, Freida Pinto, and more ladies took to the red carpet. But who looked best?
Elle‘s annual “Women in Hollywood” issue is here, and on the cover is a woman who does not, in fact, live in Tinseltown at all, but rather right here in NYC: Sarah Jessica Parker!
Elle Fanning has dyed her hair for her new movie, Bomb, and we dig it. Do you?
May the odds be ever in your favor.
We’re the first to admit that we have a pretty transparently giant girl crush on Elle Fanning, but this behind-the-scenes video of her shoot for Teen Vogue just added fuel to the fire.
Just when we thought we couldn’t want to be best friends with Elle Fanning any more, she goes and covers Teen Vogue.
Kate and Laura Mulleavy are the latest designers to pair up with A Magazine, the biannual mag that invites designers to take over an issue and make it their own. Obviously, A Magazine Curated by Rodarte totally rules.
Elle Fanning has hit the red carpet once again. Rejoice!