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From Downton Abbey to Mad Men, the small screen is having a love affair with period pieces as of late, and at last night’s Critics’ Choice Television Awards, the same nostalgic attitude permeated the red carpet, with Emmy Rossum, Diane Kruger, and more opting for looks that harkened back to decades past. But while some gowns captured the best elements of bygone times, others were the wrong kind of retro.
Taylor Swift, Maroon 5, and Rihanna may all be waiting with bated breath to see which of their 10+ nominations they’ll take home at tonight’s Billboard Music Awards, but there’s one honor we can already bestow: The Most Naked on The Red Carpet Award.
It’s been a bleak week for red carpet style, save for Maria Sharapova’s J. Mendel and Jessica Paré’s Prabal Gurung ensembles, but the bad turned to worst last night. Most of the looks were just not stylish, but three in particular were downright offensive to our eyes: Emmy Rossum, Flo Rida, and event producer Susanne Bartsch. As for who’s the worst offender? You’ll have to decide.
California and London hosted some star-studded red carpets last night. New York was out of the game, but judging from these red carpet fashions, the city wasn’t missing much. Sure, Justin Timberlake may have showed everyone up at his own “20/20″ release party in L.A., and Angela Bassett nailed it over in Hollywood, but well, that was about it. Let’s dissect some of the looks, shall we?
New York and California hosted a slew of A-list events last night, bringing out actresses like Tina Fey, Halle Berry, and Emmy Rossum, and fashion heavyweights like Monika Chiang, Pamela Love, and Carol Alt. But which coast had the best dressed stars? Let’s break down some of the looks.
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!
Small screen stars from The CW, CBS, and Showtime made their way to the Beverly Hils Hotel last night for the Television Critics Association‘s Summer Party. The red carpet was, as usual, a fairly mixed bag.
Lots of celebrities descended upon San Diego’s favorite nerd haven this weekend. We’ve got the scoop on the convention’s most eye-catching looks.
Sure, awards were given out at the Broadcast Television Journalists Association‘s Critics’ Choice Awards in California last night. But really, the most important accolades are the ones we’re giving out for being best (and worst) dressed on the red carpet.
Target‘s party celebrating its collaboration with designer Jason Wu was a star studded-affair wrapped in a gigantic line drawing of Paris. And Wu told us last night that that’s exactly how it should have been.
A bevy of stars, models, and bold-faced names stepped out for last night’s opening of “Le Compte Ory” at New York City’s Metropolitan Opera. And while Claire Danes, Mary Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen, Raquel Zimmermann, Olivia Munn, Emmy Rossum, and Rebecca Hall already make for a competitive red carpet, the fact that every one of them was dressed by YSL makes the competition even closer.
Whatever you did for New Year’s Eve, it probably wasn’t as star-studded or super swanky as the Marquee bash at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas. The guest list included Blake Lively, Alexander Wang and Beyoncé. Jay-Z and Kanye performed. Rihanna was there. We, sadly, were not. The next best thing? Seeing what everyone wore the day after!
Celebrities flocked to the CNN Heroes tribute — an event celebrating “everyday people changing the world.” The special will air on CNN Thanksgiving night, but for now we have pictures from the star-studded red carpet. Click through the slideshow, and tell us who was a fashion hero (and zero)!
Is Rossum’s dress a young and fun example of tie-dye, or too much? Are her oversized sleeves a night nod to the ’70s, or a dated silhouette that must be retired? You tell us.
Monday night marked the single biggest event on fashion’s yearly calendar: The Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute Gala. The theme this year was American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity and, appropriately, focused on American style through the ages. We’ve touched on some historical icons and wondered how exactly the Gap — this year’s sponsor — was going to pull off outfitting stars for the red carpet, but the photos are up and the guests have made it past the very velvet rope, so now the fun part begins.