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Annie Leibovitz plus Disney is a dream that comes to live once a year when the photography doyen shoots a different celebrity as a Disney Princess for the ongoing Disney Dream Portraits series. Normally we try to quash our jealousy a little by claiming the magic is 90% created on Photoshop, but apparently the combination of Leibovitz, childhood nostalgia and a modern pop culture icon is just as heavenly as it sounds.
We’ve got a case of child star envy in the wardrobe department, and now we can add the majority of attendees at last night’s Do Something Awards to our list of teenagers’ closets we’d like to raid. The awards celebrate under-25ers who are making a difference in their communities, which already gives this neon green carpet a sunnier sheen, and the fashion choices are making us feel equally positive about the future of humankind. This is assuming that little Noah Cyrus doesn’t inherit her sister’s twerking hand-me-downs in seven years time.
The Grammy Awards Show isn’t known for inspiring conservative dressing in its attendees, but last night’s gala was decidedly less than wild. We’ve culled a few good looks, a few bad ones, and a few from in-between.
Our enthusiasm for Fashion’s Night Out pretty much went out the window the third time someone nearly knocked us over last year trying to elbow their way to the in-store bar, but we realize there are those of you with higher crowd thresholds and a greater will to meet Kim Kardashian, so for you we’ve got some details for September 6th!
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?!
Music’s biggest and brightest stars showed up at the American Music Awards last night wearing versions of their standard red carpet uniforms.
What would a Versace for H&M fashion show be without tons and tons of celebrities?
Actors, singers, designers, and models alike attended Tuesday night’s 2nd annual amfAR Inspiration Gala at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City. At the gala, Ke$ha was seen dishing with James Franco and the crowd was treated to performances by Courtney Love and Jennifer Hudson. But as we all know, the highlight of the night happened before the gala even started: the red carpet.
Admittedly, the bevy of expensive gowns at this year’s Oscars wasn’t the most exciting we’ve ever seen, but that didn’t stop a few looks from standing out. And among the ones that did, there were some pretty clear cut trends. Take a look at the colors and ideas that dominated the night and let us know if you see any trends you’ll be taking off the red carpet.
We’re totally split on Jennifer Hudson‘s tangerine-red (at least, that’s what we’re calling it) Versace gown. It almost works, you know? But it doesn’t?