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We’ll admit it, we’re not huge country music fans. We’re not tiny country music fans, either. But we are into any event that can somehow bring Nelly, Lisa Marie Presley, and Kellie Pickler together on one red carpet. That event was the The CMT Music Awards last night, and we’ve pulled together some of the evening’s most notable looks.
Target recently released a shoppable film Falling For You, whose instant shopping concept is the first of its kind. The idea is really cool, answering the perennial question “Oh man, where did they get that? I want it!” But watching a live finale at Target’s party inside Terminal 5 on Wednesday, and finding out that stars like Kristen Bell, Nia Long, and Rose Byrne also experience the same moments as us plebes? Well, that was even cooler.
Target just launched the first episode of its shoppable short film today, and the video is actually pretty cool!
Hollywood’s hottest stars came out to celebrate movers and shakers at last night’s Do Something Awards in Santa Monica, California. The ceremony honored those age 25-and-under who are making a difference in the world, as well as their charitable celebs. Awards were given out, and now, we’re giving out our own accolades for the red carpet’s best and worst dressed.
Jumpsuits are tricky to pull off because of their very nature, but Kristen Bell definitely got it right at last night’s premiere of Hit and Run in Los Angeles. Her wide-legged Jenny Packham onesie didn’t make her look look frumpy and, more importantly, there was no camel toe. What a winner.
The purple carpet at last night’s CMT Awards received a heavy dose of embellished gowns, nude-colored frocks, and leftover prom dresses. Let’s dissect the looks.
While we couldn’t tell you who won what at last night’s People’s Choice Awards (and let’s be honest, it’s not like you actually care), we can who wore what and, more importantly, who wore it best.
We don’t want to be mean but there’s no real nice way to put this: what on earth was Kristen Bell wearing last night?
The Tribeca Film Festival, which came to a close on Thursday, is never one to disappoint in the fashion department. With its laid-back trendiness and cool attitude, the TFF is the festival to see some of the best fashion moments of the season. Silver screen stars never fail to entertain fashion fiends like us, and always offer an unexpected mix of high-end glam and downtown chic. To keep the thrill of this Manhattan mainstay alive a little while longer — we can’t bear to let it go just yet — we’re recapping some of the festival’s most noteworthy ensembles…