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When Jennifer Aniston sets foot on a red carpet in a color other than black, it’s always cause for celebration here in the Styleite office, so imagine our delight in finding that the We’re the Millers star hit the film’s premiere wearing, wait for it, a pretty shade of plum!
Given that it’s late afternoon on a rainy Tuesday, we’re feeling particularly susceptible to jealousy right now, so the front rows of Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris are a big ol’ kick in the face that just hurts so damn good. Sure the shows themselves are providing plenty to rave about. Multi-media modeling, high-octane colors and NAOMI FREAKIN’ CAMPBELL — but it’s who’s occupying the prime seats that we want to see.
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.
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.
Yesterday afternoon we hit up Seventeen‘s party for its Pretty Amazing contest finalists. The purpose of the contest is to find girls who possess both outer talent and inner beauty, and one thing’s for sure: the five girls who have made it to the final round are doing some incredible things.
Target kicked off their shop-in-shop collaboration last night with a bash in the Frank Gehry-designed IAC Building. It was, as they say, right on Target.
Festival fashion is the most annoying, what with the trying-too-hard crop tops and fauxhemian maxi dresses, the hilariously impractical shoes and dumb hippie headbands. Today we examine the questionable style choices of one Ms. Emma Roberts, who was basically naked this entire weekend.
What would a Versace for H&M fashion show be without tons and tons of celebrities?
Earlier this year, rumors swirled that fashionista du jour Blake Lively would be playing Carrie Bradshaw in a third Sex and the City feature film based on Candace Bushnell’s best-selling prequel book, The Carrie Diaries. Lively’s rep quickly shot those rumors down, but now we hear Lively may indeed be starring in the movie — just not as the title character. So who will play the fashionable foursome? The answers may surprise you.
Celebrities are good for a lot of things: entertainment, gossip, and — our personal favorite — style. Hollywood’s elite have the opportunity to wear some of the chicest, most beautiful, and most expensive clothing in the known-universe, allowing them not only to showcase trends, but also create them. So when we noticed that celebrity after celebrity was spotted sporting a feminized take on cap toe shoes, we realized we had a footwear frenzy on our hands.
Because coffee has no effect on us whatsoever anymore, we were ecstatic to start our day off with Michael Kors, whose shows are always energetic, effervescent, full of supermodels, celebs, and enough looks to keep us totally sartorially sated for the rest of the day. And to top all that off, we chatted with Brad Goreski, walked into Anna Dello Russo, and witnessed Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones cause the most intense photographer frenzy we’ve ever seen.
On Thursday night, Alber Elbaz and his game-changing collection for Lanvin Hearts H&M checked into New York City’s Pierre Hotel, where fashionistas, fashion bloggers, and fashion designers feted the line’s launch with a couture show and shopping party fit for a queen.
Last night Elle celebrated Tinseltown’s elite at their Women in Hollywood celebration. Vets like Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn mixed with the younger set, which included Mad Men‘s adorable Kiernan Shipka (who looked like she walked right off the set in her retro frock). The fashionable crowd included Sofia Coppola (classy in black and white), Rachel Zoe (fabulous in fur), Gwyneth Paltrow (punchy in tangerine) and many more.
The stars turned out for Spike TV‘s Scream 2010 Awards (an event “honoring the best in sci-fi, fantasy, comics and horror”), and we rounded up some red carpet looks for you. Check out our slideshow, and tell us who looked fab and who looked drab!
Emma Roberts has long been on our red carpet radar, thanks to her timeless style that always seems age appropriate (she is just 19, after all). Her glam getup at the Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party only confirmed our suspicion that Roberts will be a fashion force to be reckoned with for years to come.
Emma Roberts, who sat down with WWD to discuss her evolving personal style, can spit names of fashion’s greatest as though they’re already on the tip of her tongue. So it’s no surprise that her next mission, in addition to continuing her budding acting career, may be a design deal.