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Some were pretty and some were punk, but these ten Met Gala attendees hit it out of the park with their not-so-chaotic couture.
They’re almost heeeere! Yes, we’re talking about this Sunday’s Academy Awards, and, perhaps even more importantly, the accompanying red carpet. But even as stars are busy finishing up their fittings, hitting the gym, and penning their acceptance speeches out in Los Angeles, many hit the town last night to fête their respective films. But who looked best? Let’s take a look.
Once again, last night’s red carpet looks were below par. It’s to be expected since everyone is saving their Sunday best for the Oscars this coming weekend. But still — well, let’s dissect the looks.
Attendees opt for the soft and the ladylike at the annual benefit.
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!
Well, if you’re Rihanna, Krysten Ritter, or Dakota Johnson, your finest undergarments. If you’re Julianne Hough, Lizzy Caplan, or Lady Victoria Hervey, you most likely went commando.
When a fashion mag like InStyle throws a party, you can bet that the stars are going to think carefully about their outfits. Thankfully, Jaime King, Christa B. Allen, Sophia Bush, and more stepped up their style game, and bandage dresses were nowhere on the red carpet.
Jaime King, Zoe Saldana, Abbie Cornish, Diana Agron, and more celebrated Persol at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens last night. Last night’s red carpet was probably the only red carpet where celebs could wear sunglasses without looking like idiots. But what else did they wear, and who looked best? Let’s break down the looks.
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.
Hollywood has enough red carpet events that you wouldn’t think they’d need a special one dedicated just to style, but lo and behold: they do! And we’re not complaining. Mainly because we get to see Chloe Moretz and Jaime King cuddle like they’re the bestest friends in the world and that is awesome because Chloe is one of favorite teens and Jaime was once the most awesome teen of all time (at least according to Jennifer Egan’s seminal NYT Magazine article, “James Is A Girl”, which we will never tire of referencing in every Jaime King post we write).
‘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.
We’ve referenced James Is A Girl, Jennifer Egan’s 1996 New York Times article on the modeling industry starring a then 16-year-old Jaime King, no shortage of times and we’ve been planning on dedicating a Time Warp to its awesomeness for months now, which is why we were super pumped to see the Times reference it in a retrospective this weekend. As part of a larger round-up, they asked now 32-year-old actress King how she felt about her portrayal in the piece.
Last night saw Country Music Television Awards as well as the premiere of J.J. Abrams‘ new mysterious monster flick, Super 8. While the former meant lots of fake tan, unremarkable garb, and Nicole Kidman, the latter meant Elle Fanning. And in case you didn’t know, she’s totally, like, fashion’s fave It Girl right now. Jaime King was also there and both she and Kidman wore Proenza Schouler, which is why it’s a best dressed face-off between them and Elle. Begin!
Last night, Hollywood stepped out to celebrate GQ’s Men of the Year issue. And while we love a good party style recap, the resulting red carpet wasn’t so much a battle of the best-dressed as it was a collection of famous (and sorta famous) people wearing clothes. Let’s take a look, shall we?