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Diana is on its way to the big screen, now that the eponymous biopic starring Naomi Watts has just been picked up for US distribution. With the news comes our very first official photo of the actress in the role of the People’s Princess. What do you think? Does the look do Di justice?
At the premiere of her new film, Sunlight Jr., the always-stunning Naomi Watts stepped out in a printed Alexander McQueen sheath and shoes, bright red clutch from The Row, and Monique Péan jewelry that wowed.
While it may be true that all of the biggest stories of the night happened at the Academy Awards ceremony (and, ok, on the red carpet beforehand), we’ve always been partial to a good after party ourselves, and yesterday’s annual Vanity Fair bash may hold the honor of being the most star-studded of them all.
Jessica Alba proved her reliability as a red carpet superstar at the 24th Annual Producers Guild Awards last night, but other stars didn’t fare so well. See the photos of who fashion flopped last night.
2012′s most recognizable faces went low-key and messy for the W Magazine shoot, and shared some at times surprising anecdotes.
Before we go any further, let’s just acknowledge that Marion Cotillard had the best look of the night. Draped in a scarlet Dior (surprise!) dress custom designed for her by Raf Simons, the Dark Knight Rises star managed to look modern, natural, and drop-dead gorgeous in one sleek fell swoop. But that isn’t to say she wasn’t given a run for her money on the evening’s red carpet.
What’s black, white, and red all over? This best dressed list, that’s what! Usually we are all for a rainbow on the red carpet — give us vivid brights over a sea of monochrome any day — but tonight’s Critics Choice Awards proved to be an exception. Nearly all of our favorite looks from the night were either black or white, but, of course, not one of them was boring.
Award show season is upon us once again, which means Hollywood’s pretty people are gearing up for some of the biggest red carpets of the year, and while this weekend’s events didn’t bring anything too showstopping, there were still a couple of winners that we hope foretell some major moments in the weeks to come.
As befits the occasion, Italian labels like Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana, and Alberta Ferretti took center stage during the first day of the 69th Venice International Film Festival. But, of course, some stars channeled la dolce vita better than others.
Uhhh, this is just a little weird.
Montblanc, purveyors of expensive timepieces, pens, and other such luxurious niceties, celebrated the opening of their newest (and biggest!) concept store ever in Beijing last night, luring stars from both East and West to walk the red carpet and talk about all their fancy wares.
At Glamour UK‘s Women of the Year Awards in London last night, the red carpet was filled with glitz and Donatella Versace‘s jacked-up biceps.
And so the French Riviera’s fashion jubilee continues!
It’s officially awards season, which means that between now and March, there’s basically a red carpet event every other night. Last night, style stars like Emma Stone, Tilda Swinton, Rooney Mara, and Chloe Moretz (among many, many others) stepped out for the National Board of Review Awards Gala in everything from Miu Miu to J. Mendel. But with the Golden Globes just around the corner, who’s setting the style bar the highest?
It’s not every day that you can get one world-famous billionaire to sit down and chat with another world-famous billionaire in front of a live audience, but last night Oprah Winfrey and Ralph Lauren did just that. Winfrey interviewed the designer in front of a star-studded audience in New York’s Lincoln Center — and the talk ended with a redux of the designer’s spring show.
The Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic is an event where fashion people, famous people, and other people gather to pretend they are British and sip champagne. This sounds 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.