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Despite all that hullaballoo over Hedi Slimane‘s debut for Yves Saint Laurent, there’s no doubt that the clothes photograph well. The latest to give the collection its stamp of approval is Vogue, whose January cover features Gwen Stefani in a full Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane ensemble.
From Taylor Swift’s many costume changes to Nicki Minaj’s homage to Bob Ross, tonight’s American Music Awards featured no shortage of high-wattage stage looks — and we’ve got them all right here.
Seriously, girl’s been snagging some awesome covers lately.
‘Tis the season to reveal the September cover girls. The suspense is (kind of) over!
How many premieres, galas, and red carpet parties can Hollywood host in a night? If it’s the holiday season, plenty. Angelina Jolie, Nicole Richie, Charlize Theron, Diane Kruger, Gwen Stefani, and Brooklyn Decker all stepped out in their stylists’ finest choices, just so we could sit in front of our computers chugging coffee and getting a week’s worth of judgement out of our systems. So, who was best dressed? Let’s take a look!
‘Tis the season for LA art museum events! Last weekend the Los Angeles County Museum of Art held its gala, and this weekend it was the Museum of Contemporary Art‘s turn.
Celebrities: they’re just like us! They attend Halloween parties in silly costumes! Let’s look at them!
Scheduling must be really a difficult thing for a celebrity who has a lot of creative impulses and not much time to follow them all. Case in point: Gwen Stefani, the No Doubt singer and designer behind a few clothing brands, might not show up to the runway show for her flagship label LAMB during New York Fashion Week next month.
This week Kate Middleton‘s $400,000 wedding dress went on display, Karl Lagerfeld unveiled his plans for Macy’s, and Harper Beckham made her Twitter (and Facebook!) debut. Also, Valentino had some things to say about Christian Louboutin and Summer’s Eve proved it really is the worst.
The wait is over, Harajuku lovers! Thanks to the enterprising people at Target, the babies and toddlers in your lives will be able to face the world dressed in singer Gwen Stefani‘s Anime-inspired clothes come November.
Designer Michael Angel, who just a few days ago seemed to have accused Gwen Stefani of taking credit for a dress he designed, has released a statement saying that she, in fact, did design the dress.
At the amfAR Gala in Cannes last week, Gwen Stefani auctioned off the gown she wore to the event. The lacy dress raised more than $125,000 for AIDS research, and we assume part of the reason why the bidding went so high is because Stefani designed it herself. Or did she?
And the Cannes red carpet rages on. Last night’s big draw was The Tree Of Life premiere, which saw star Jessica Chastain face off against Angelina Jolie, Anna Dello Russo, Zoe Saldana, and Gwen Stefani. That’s some stiff competition, the fact that both Dello Russo and Saldana then changed into second gowns for the after party notwithstanding.
Do you remember Gwen Stefani‘s wedding dress? Because we do! We hadn’t thought about the gorgeous Dior gown for quite some time (her wedding to Gavin Rossdale went down back in 2002), but we remember being obsessed with the amazing pink and white ombre creation designed by John Galliano.
Per usual, Gwen Stefani closed out New York Fashion Week with her L.A.M.B. show. And while we were too busy eating spaghetti on our couch to go in person, we did watch the mayhem vicariously through our Twitter feed, which is where we learned of this week’s final model spill. Yes, there is a certain form of schadenfreude that comes with photos of models falling, but rest assured: this one got up with a smile and to the sound of 1500 people clapping. Let’s take a look, shall we?
Have you ever heard of Yo Gabba Gabba? No? Yeah, we hadn’t either until about five minutes ago. Apparently it’s a super popular kids’ show on Nick Jr., and now the cast is on a tour of sorts. Why is this relevant? Because the Los Angeles leg of the tour had celebrities — and their cute kids — out in droves.
L.A.M.B. was the last show in an utterly exhausting week, and though the clothes were a little lacking — in style, not color — the overall experience (which included an interview with Gwen Stefani herself) was really, strangely fun.
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.
Earlier this month we reported on a study that said blondes make more money and marry richer men. Apparently the magazine industry also thinks blondes are better for circulation.