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“Visible cleavage, very short skirts…” explains Emma Watson in a new featurette for The Bling Ring. We get the idea, Ems, after all we highlighted yesterdaythat you and your character Nicki are polar opposites.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from Emma Watson’s strong red carpet showings this season, it’s that she is essentially the antithesis of her Bling Ring character Nicki. The film’s New York premiere last night brought even more proof as the actress kept it crisp and chic with a shellacked low bun, crimson lips, LBD, and one very sleek pair of Christian Louboutins. It seems Watson is proving herself to be quite the master of minimalism.
The Bling Ring premiered last night in the place that started it all: Hollywood. But while Alexis Neiers and the rest of the real-life perps who inspired the film were not in attendance (surprise, surprise), at least one of their victims was.
This Is The End may be a testosterone-heavy movie (all it takes is a glance at the poster to make that much clear), but at yesterday’s West Coast premiere, it was Emma Watson who was wearing the pants. And what pants they were!
The Cannes Film festival shows the movies we can’t stop talking about, and celebrates the stars who outshine even themselves year after year (see: Nicole Kidman and Paz Vega, for a start). Today, it was refreshing to see a group of girls, nascent in their Hollywood lives, take to a red carpet like seasoned pros.
We here at Styleite adore Emma Watson, but her ensemble at today’s photocall for The Bling Ring left us feeling a tad uninspired. On the other hand, she could totally give Anne Hathaway some pointers on how to wear darts without inciting a torrent of internet comments focused on one’s nipples. So at least there’s that.
Glamour UK’s annual list of best dressed ladies is out, and for the second year in a row, Kristen Stewart beat out, well, everyone.
The fashions at Elle‘s Women In Hollywood Celebration last night were quite a treat, and leading ladies like Emma Stone, Cate Blanchett, Sarah Jessica Parker, and more worked the red carpet in some amazing ensembles.
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!
If wearing Christian Dior Couture is one of the Perks of Being a Wallflower, consider us sold.
And it pains us to say it, but we don’t like it.
It happens to everyone. It happens to Olympians. It happened to Adrienne Bailon. It even happened to the always-perfect Duchess of Cambridge once. (And let’s not even mention all those Naked Red Carpet Nobodies™.) And at the premier of The Perks Of Being A Wallflower in L.A., it was Emma Watson‘s turn to have a big wardrobe oopsies.
Emma Watson isn’t one to play it safe on the red carpet, but the Giorgio Armani dress she wore to Monday night’s premiere of The Perks Of Being A Wallflower in Los Angeles may have been a risk that didn’t pay off.
We’ve already seen lots of fabulous looks at the Toronto International Film Festival, but last night’s showing wasn’t quite as strong as the past few. On the bright side, that gives us much to discuss.
Two years ago, Emma Watson shocked everyone by chopping off her Hermione Granger-branded locks. She’s kept the short ‘do since then, and in the October issue of Glamour, she has some choice words for dudes who don’t like it.
Emma Watson blew up as the frizzy-haired and endearingly annoying Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films. But there’s a cost to that fame — girl can’t even go to a museum.
Last night, celebs were scattered across the glove, walking red carpets in New York, Los Angeles, London, and Paris. But, you know, who looked best?
The Tribeca Film Festival is well underway, which means the stars are out in New York City (not so much in the sky though…just on various red carpets about town). And you know what that means, folks: DRESSES!
The first weekend of Coachella is already over, and even though we’re still depressed that we couldn’t jet to California, we can still check out the fashion in all its fringe-y, crop-y, super layered glory from the comforts of our office.
No closet space? No problem.