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The venue may have been Lincoln Center, but the crowd was all West Egg at last night’s New York premiere of The Great Gatsby. But would Jay Gatsby have approved of his guests’ attire? We’re sure he would have coveted a certain other Jay’s Tom Ford suit, and Carey Mulligan‘s dress was worthy of a modern day Daisy, but what about that pair of Uggs we saw peeking out under one guest’s outfit?
We may have ended last week with celebrities all concentrated in one ridiculously glamorous venue, but by now they’ve all scattered around the globe and are back to the nightly circuit of screenings, benefits, parties, and more. Who was last night’s best dressed? Let’s take a look.
The red carpet at the Grammys is always unpredictable, but this year’s Gaga-free pre-show was surprisingly tame. Nary an egg to be seen, the night’s biggest names stormed the step ‘n repeat in — dare we say it? — almost Oscar-ready ensembles.
The Los Angeles County Museum Of Art‘s Art + Film Gala in L.A. last night drew celebs like moths to a flame. As we would expect of a Tinseltown fête, actors came out in force, but so did fashion people (hey, Karlie and Anna!). Let’s discuss the star-studded red carpet!
Vogue has released its list of PYTs under 45-years-old. The list includes 120 people in the entertainment and fashion industries that should be on everyone’s radar right now, if not already. So who made the list?
Florence Welch, hair crush and presumed part-time fairy, covers the July issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK in a dreamy Valentino couture gown.
We never thought we’d end up with so much Prada on the worst dressed list for an event in honor of the brand, but it just goes to show that label isn’t everything. On an evening where everyone’s watching (and werking) there really is no room for error.
Unlike we silly Americans, the Brits are totally down with awards shows not always being on Sunday nights. (Plug: get ready for all our Oscar coverage this weekend!). As such, we present to you tonight’s Brit Awards red carpet.
There are all sorts of gems in the Karl Lagerfeld-edited issue of Metro. Let’s discuss the highlights, okay?
Last night the stars descended upon New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom for the taping of VH1 Divas Celebrates Soul. But which diva ruled the red carpet?!
This was the week Karlie Kloss spoke about her Vogue Italia photos and Lindsay Lohan‘s Playboy spread leaked. This was also the week we got a double dose of Chloë Sevigny, attended some fancy parties, and saw the unveiling of the Pirelli calendar.
Florence Welch has snagged yet another Vogue cover in which she does not look like herself.
This was the week we finally saw the Twilight wedding dress. We also saw offensive billboards, tween thongs, and Thanksgiving style advice. But also awesome puppies! And Muppets! And Obamas!
Jason Segel may have hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend and while the Muppets crashed his monologue, Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine totally stole the rest of the show — and not just because she’s a sick performer, but for her sick style.
Karl Lagerfeld‘s Chanel runway shows aren’t just runway shows, they are FASHION PRODUCTIONS. The Kaiser favors theatrical sets to stark catwalks, and his latest effort did not disappoint. Join us for Chanel: Under The Sea!
This was the week Kim Kardashian wedding details leaked, a lady had Damien Hirst tattoo her vagina, and the Muppets became super relevant. Also, Marc Jacobs might be headed to Dior, and Iris Apfel is getting the documentary treatment.
Not only does Florence Welch have the honor of being the first non-model to cover Vogue Nippon in over five years, but her cover image was shot by professional artiste Karl Lagerfeld, who styled the typically Gucci-clad singer in red patterned smoking jacket and a high-collared, starched white button-down. In other words, he dressed her up as his mini me.
When she’s done parading around the world wearing nothing but Gucci, Florence Welch is reportedly headed back home to work on an affordable collection of clothing. And what better place to sell that collection that UK-based fast-fashion retailer, Topshop?
We love fashion mockumentaries almost as much as we love fashion documentaries, so we’re really feeling the film Markus Lupfer made for his resort presentation.