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When Jennifer Aniston sets foot on a red carpet in a color other than black, it’s always cause for celebration here in the Styleite office, so imagine our delight in finding that the We’re the Millers star hit the film’s premiere wearing, wait for it, a pretty shade of plum!
It’s finally starting to feel like spring here in New York City, and we actually might have Olivia Wilde to thank for that.
Now that awards show season is officially over, actress aren’t even bothering to dress up for the red carpet!
A couple seasons ago at Calvin Klein, we sat in the second row right behind Anna Dello Russo and were an arm’s length away from Emma Stone and Rooney Mara. This season, we were demoted to the third row, but it’s totally cool because we ended up sitting kitty corner from Jessica Chastain and Olivia Wilde.
Sure, Kanye West‘s skirt was the big news of the night, style-wise, but he wasn’t the only star who came out to last night’s “12-12-12″ concert. Blake Lively, Katie Holmes, and Kristen Stewart were also among the charitably minded celebs who stepped out for the Hurricane Sandy benefit show.
Was it Anne Hathaway in glitzy Nina Ricci? Olivia Wilde in navel-grazing A.L.C.? Take a look and you tell us.
For somewhat obvious reasons we tend to favor the East Coast when it comes to debates over NYC vs. California style. But last night, Hollywood turned it out for a slew of glitzy events, trouncing their coat-clad counterparts.
Another day, another slew of red carpet looks.At the Accessories Council‘s ACE Awards in New York City, designers of baubles, bags, and boots mingled with those who love them — namely actresses Julianne Moore, Olivia Wilde, Katrina Bowden, and Tika Sumpter.
The Tribeca Film Festival is well underway, which means the stars are out in New York City (not so much in the sky though…just on various red carpets about town). And you know what that means, folks: DRESSES!
At last night’s premiere of The Five-Year Engagement at the Tribeca Film Festival, leading ladies like Emily Blunt, Elizabeth Banks, and Olivia Wilde looked amazing on the red carpet. (Spoiler alert: Jason Segel’s new lady-love Michelle Williams didn’t walk it.)
With the Golden Globes less than a week away, some of Hollywood’s biggest (and most stylish!) stars took a red carpet warm up lap at the Palm Springs Film Festival Saturday night. While the colors were a little muted — lots of black, beige, and navy — the designs weren’t. Olivia Wilde and Michelle Williams tied for our favorite looks in lace-backed Monique Lhuillier and sequin embellished Miu Miu, respectively.
Last night’s premiere of The Iron Lady was a rather restrained affair, at least as far as the red carpet was concerned.
Hollywood and fashion A-listers went all out for last night’s Chanel-sponsored celebration of director Pedro Almodovar at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art. Accordingly, almost everyone wore Chanel, though Chloe Moretz, in a champagne pink dress with textured sequin leggings absolutely stole the show.
Last night, Los Angeles celebrated the premiere of In Time with Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried, and Olivia Wilde. This morning, Styleite’s headquarters celebrated the appearance of Prabal Gurung’s pitch perfect and delightfully purple Spring 2012 collection on the red carpet.
August red carpet events are always kind of strange. It’s a bit of a dead month, which means the guest list averages around a B and the fashions run the gamut from red carpet to bottle service — and last night’s turn out for VH1′s Do Something Awards was no exception.
What happens when an actor steps behind the camera to direct short films for a fashion magazine? Readers of Glamour magazine are about to find out. Olivia Wilde, Zoe Saldana and Eva Longoria have all partnered with the magazine’s Reel Moments program, for which they’ll direct short films telling the real stories of Glamour readers.
Revlon has gone to great lengths to successfully spice up their image in the past few years. The makeup company’s latest move? Appointing Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde as brand ambassadors.