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Prom season is nearing its end, but alas, we still have yet to be asked. That may have something to do with the fact that we’re, oh, a few years past the age of curfews, corsages, and tuxedo-clad teenagers, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a part of us that wishes we had a limo to hop into once again. Emily Blunt didn’t help matters with her look last night at the “Freeing Voices, Changing Lives” gala: the kind of dress we only wish we could have gotten our hands on at 17.
Out promoting her new film, Arthur Newman, Emily Blunt stopped by The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night, and the conversation quickly turned to her unique style. Leno holds up the May 2013 issue of InStyle, which Emily of course covers, and calls the Burberry Prorsum look “Edwardian space-agey”. Over the course of the interview, Blunt denies being stylish and hilariously nails an American accent. Watch after the jump.
Actress Emily Blunt is no stranger to the cover of glossy mags. From looking waifishly thin on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Australia (but dammit, so chic) to donning peachy silks and black lace on the cover of Elle UK, Emily has no-matter-the-circumstances mastered the alluring stare that halts passer-byers in their tracks.
Most stars are gearing up for the SAG Awards this weekend, but Dakota Fanning, Amanda Seyfried, Emily Blunt, and more stepped out at the Sundance Film Festival and in London. Who was best dressed? You tell us.
Last night was a big night for big screen stars in New York City, with the 22nd Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards going on downtown at Cipriani Wall Street, while uptown Brad Pitt‘s friends and fans joined him for a screening of his new film Killing Them Softly. But who was best dressed in the Big Apple?
At last night’s Women of the Year Awards hosted by Harper’s Bazaar UK, ladies like Marion Cotillard, Emily Blunt, and Gillian Anderson made some major sartorial statements on the red carpet. Alas, only one can be named best dressed.
Between the Tribeca Film Festival, The Avengers‘ London premiere, the opening of the Mercedes-Benz Transmission LA: AV Club exhibit at MOCA, and no shortage of screenings, celebrities everywhere were out in full force and across the globe.
At last night’s premiere of The Five-Year Engagement at the Tribeca Film Festival, leading ladies like Emily Blunt, Elizabeth Banks, and Olivia Wilde looked amazing on the red carpet. (Spoiler alert: Jason Segel’s new lady-love Michelle Williams didn’t walk it.)
Celebrity profiles usually delivery some variation of the same fare: anecdotes about working out (or not: “I’m just lucky!”), woe-is-me paparazzi tales, and maybe swear word or two, thrown in for good, relatable measure. But either Emily Blunt or ELLE UK went rogue during the actress’ interview for their May issue, because instead of salads and canned responses, this profile is chock full of pubic hair stories and first-hand accounts of Michelle Obama’s skin.
Fashion’s favorite exotic bird romps around an eery mansion, perches at an open window, and poses as a gilded statue in this Tatler spread.
It was a poor showing on Sunday night’s red carpet at the Screen Actor’s Guild awards, which means our Best Dressed List could probably be more accurately defined as A List Of People Who Did Not Look Quite So Awful As Everyone Else.
Emily Blunt may have snagged one off fashion’s most iconic campaigns, but the contract certainly hasn’t gone to her head.
They say quality is more important than quantity, and there were a lot of quality news stories this week. Read on to see if there’s anything you missed (like Lady Gaga‘s awesome cover for Vanity Fair).
Emily Blunt snagged the cover of Septemeber’s Elle UK and while she looks fab in the nude and black lace ensemble, it’s her comments inside the cover that have us in love.
Since 1977, Victoria’s Secret has defined what it means to be sexy — which in their case involves a good bra and a solid head of beachy hair. Today, Victoria’s Secret released their annual What Is Sexy? list, which this year celebrates “the sexiest Bombshells in Hollywood.”