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Last night’s red carpets brought sheer shirts, ill-advised jumpsuits, and tragic floral muumuus. Need some tips on what not to wear this weekend? Here are some pretty good ideas.
Winona Ryder’s somber style will always hold a place near and dear to our hearts. Who cares if the weather is warming up? This is a woman whose penchant for black knows no season, and we love her for it. Last night, she hit the town in NYC for the opening night of Orphans on Broadway with another red carpet favorite of ours, Dakota Fanning, looking like the coolest girls on the block in spiffy, menswear-inspired ensembles.
Tuesday night’s Vanity Fair event for the Tribeca Film Festival might have been a sartorial home run, but the outfits at the Mistaken For Strangers opening and a Qantas dinner over in Sydney were quite the opposite. Thank goodness for the well-dressed ladies at The Breast Cancer Research Foundation’s Hot Pink Party.
According to yesterday’s New York Times Style Section, teens are hitting the mall in droves to shop prom looks inspired by red carpet faves. And hey, we can’t say we blame them! With visions like Jennifer Lawrence‘s blush pink Dior couture Oscars gown dancing around in all of our heads, its only fitting that girls would want to channel a bit of that glamour for the glitziest night of their senior year. So we’ve put together a selection of some of our favorite celebrity looks from the past year, and found pieces online that fit the bill without being too literal — you want to make this night your own, after all. And even if you’re just a wee bit past your high school days, there are always weddings and cocktail parties to go to!
Tonight was a great night for sleeves, with both Kerry Washington and Zoe Saldana turning up to the MTV Movie Awards in elegant, covered up looks. But that’s not to say skimpier getups didn’t get their fair share of time on the red carpet. To wit: these five celebs bared everything from solar plexus to upper thigh in the evening’s requisite revealing outfits. It just wouldn’t be an awards show without some skin, would it?
We’ve got every look from the MTV Movie Awards red carpet right here, and we’re updating the gallery throughout the night as the stars prance and preen for the photogs, so check back for the very latest!
This year’s MTV Movie Awards is set to take place on Sunday, and while we’re pretty sure that Kristen Stewart, Selena Gomez, and Channing Tatum will look all sorts of awesome, let’s take a walk down Memory Lane at last year’s red carpet hits and misses.
We half-expected Lindsay Lohan to show up to the premiere of Scary Movie 5 in Hollywood looking like a hot mess. Between her Liz & Dick premiere, and court outfits, can ya blame us? But LiLo surprised us all last night by looking, well, nice!
We spend our Fridays chillin’ with beers and friends, but for Michelle Harper, Olivia Chantecaille, Prabal Gurung, and more, the end of the week naturally means a black-and-white masked ball.
Most country music events call for big gowns and bigger hair, but at last night’s Academy of Country Music Awards, stars like Taylor Swift, Sheryl Crow, and Carrie Underwood proved that more sometimes isn’t always better.
Yesterday, California played host to two events that drew stars both well-dressed and otherwise: Lucky’s Fashion and Beauty Blogger Conference and the opening of celebrity fitness guru Tracy Anderson’s flagship studio. We’ve picked our winners and losers; how about you?
It’s still chilly here in New York City, but the stylish set like Jenna Lyons, Rosario Dawson, and Zosia Mamet turned it up on last night’s Trance red carpet in semi-spring-ready wares.
Someone must have circulated a memo to everyone on the guest list for The Company You Keep’s NYC premiere last night. How else can you explain this level of color coordination on the red carpet? If you’re looking for us to rationalize Shia LaBeouf‘s ever-scruffier appearance, however, that’s simply beyond our powers of deduction.
We’ve said before that the quickest way to make a statement on the red carpet is to bare it all. Well, the ladies at last night’s California premiere of G.I. Joe: Retaliation didn’t exactly pull a Rebecca Ferdinando or Melody Thornton, but they sure were close.
Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper on the same red carpet? Be still our hearts. But such is the beauty of The Place Beyond The Pines, the just-released movie that you can bet your bottom dollar we’ll be catching in theaters this weekend.
Big ups to Diane Kruger, Saoirse Ronan, and Olivia Palermo for bringing out their A-game at last night’s screening of The Host in New York City. Thanks for saving us from another worst-dressed list, ladies!
Two gowns, two gals, two galas. And while both wore black, Nicole Kidman and Kerry Washington delivered two very different looks.
Perhaps in an attempt to protect their best designer duds from getting ruined with Nickelodeon’s trademark slime, the stars that hit the orange carpet last night for the Kids’ Choice Awards kept it, for the most part, pretty simple.
It’s been a bleak week for red carpet style, save for Maria Sharapova’s J. Mendel and Jessica Paré’s Prabal Gurung ensembles, but the bad turned to worst last night. Most of the looks were just not stylish, but three in particular were downright offensive to our eyes: Emmy Rossum, Flo Rida, and event producer Susanne Bartsch. As for who’s the worst offender? You’ll have to decide.
California and London hosted some star-studded red carpets last night. New York was out of the game, but judging from these red carpet fashions, the city wasn’t missing much. Sure, Justin Timberlake may have showed everyone up at his own “20/20″ release party in L.A., and Angela Bassett nailed it over in Hollywood, but well, that was about it. Let’s dissect some of the looks, shall we?