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They may be a small country but they’re a great one too — the country of Shakespeare, The Beatles, Sean Connery, Harry Potter. David Beckham’s right foot… David Beckham’s left foot… And also, fashion!
It’s exactly one week until Thanksgiving, and by now you might be wondering what to wear to the turkey table. Well, if you can afford a $4,390 Valentino dress that you may or may not end up dribbling cranberry sauce down, Jena Malone has an idea for you.
Jennifer Lawrence continued her streak of wearing 100% Dior and being 100% the greatest at The Hunger Games: Catching Fire‘s L.A. première.
I’m still not entirely sure I’ve seen Kat Dennings in anything other than the ad photos for 2 Broke Girls, yet I am sure she is as super talented at acting as she is at looking phenomenal in a mustard-colored waitress uniform and making me want to be her best fried.
Leave it to Rita Ora to turn every head in a room, even when said room is filled to the brim with supermodels.
Animal ears as legitimate headwear for adult women is a trend that’s not going anywhere soon. Nicole Richie is the latest to jump on the bandwagon, wearing lacy cat ones to play host at Who What Wear and Cadillac’s 50 Most Fashionable Women event in California last night.
If you thought yesterday was Thursday or Drake’s birthday, you’d be correct. But it was also Giorgio Armani Day.
Last night Elle magazine hosted its annual Women in Hollywood Awards in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. EIC and Women in Serious Journalism proponent Robbie Myers was joined by lady screen stars Lea Michele, Lake Bell, Marion Cotillard, Naya Rivera, Emmy Rossum, Jessica Pare, Melissa McCarthy and honoree Reese Witherspoon for a red carpet event heavy on both glam and girl power. See what Hollywood’s finest females wore below.
Nicole Richie, Gwen Stefani, Charlize Theron, Demi Moore, Amy Adams and Alessandra Ambrosio attend the Wallis Annenberg Center For The Performing Arts Inaugural Gala, presented By Salvatore Ferragamo.
It’s been a while since Sienna Miller was the unofficial poster girl for boho chic, but if she’d never worn crochet waistcoats we wouldn’t have such a rapturous response to her more elegant outfit choices.
With all the appearances she made at fashion week you’d better hope Paris Hilton picked up some style inspo. And this Hervé Léger bandage dress — Paris, you have a color — does not disappoint. Sure this dress is second skin-tight, glittery and features chest region cut-outs, but with sleek hair and classic black pumps the whole look is decidedly elegant.
We’re fully aware of the big role control briefs play on the red carpet. Sometimes people even wear multiple pairs at one time! And while we dig it when stars come forth and admit their enviable award show figures are not solely due to Pilates and liquid dinners, there are ways to do this and ways to not do it.
There’s nothing quite so telling of the times they were taken than photographs of Nicole Richie at New York Fashion Week. This is a woman who’s always ahead of the game, whether it’s two-toney highlights and flares in the front row glory days of ’04, or the crystal-studded Antonio Berardi crop top and matching pants she wore to host last night’s 10th Annual Style Awards.
GQ’s Men of the Year Awards might originally have been intended to celebrate dudes, but last night’s event was a veritable lady takeover. We don’t the guys would have been overly pissed by the boy/girl ratio, however – particularly as the latter category included Daisy Lowe, a non-accidental wardrobe malfunction and some side boob thrown in for good measure. Whether or not her underwear is actually part of the dress we’re not sure, but we are sure that she definitely didn’t miss a waxing appointment.
Sometimes you just have to say “enough is enough”, and it’s with regret we’ve finally come to realize that no amount of staring at Lily Collins’ face is going to result in it becoming grafted onto our own.
The Teen Choice Awards is THE event on the younger set’s pop cultural calendar, a sugary virgin cocktail of bright outfits and all the usual red carpet suspects. This year is set to pan out extra interestingly considering many of the events biggest names have gone through much-publicized
episodes of pissing into restaurant mop buckets and not being ratchet white chicks growing paints. So while the nominees (including Anna Kendrick, Olivia Wilde, Dior roof-squatter Robert Pattinson, Amanda Seyfried, Kristen Stewart, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato and SO MANY MORE) are worth gluing yourself to the telly until the end for, it’s the red turquoise carpet showdown that has us, as semi-mature adults, willing to put of semi-mature Sunday activities on hold.
‘Ladylike punk’ is a phrase that makes us want to ram the backspace key as we type, but we’re not sure how else to describe the look Miley Cyrus had going on at the premiere of Paranoia in Los Angeles last night.
Chloë Grace Moretz spilled to Glamour that designers won’t lend her clothes until she turns 20, and appeared sympathetic to their claims that customers don’t want to see a $50,000 gown on a 16-year-old. But the suit she wore to the photocall of her new film Kick-Ass 2 this morning suggests she might have taken the offense to heart.
Given that those who attended the New York screening of Prince Avalanche last night were all pulled from the upper echelons of the fash ranks, we’re not surprised they’re onto pretty much all of our favorite trends: Androgyny, monochrome and matchy outfits.
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.