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Yes, the clothes make the man, but shoes make a red carpet outing. Just refer to celebrities like Nicole Kidman, Jessica Alba, Gwen Stefani, and Olivia Palermo, who have all worn spotlight-worthy heels at various events in the recent past.
Leave it to Gwen to find ultra-glam sunglasses in the perfect shade of azure to match Sully at a Monsters University premiere. Who else could stomp the carpet so fiercely, when it’s in front of an animated film? Well, maybe Katy Perry to a Smurfs premiere — but besides that, nobody.
Our favorite part about last night’s Man of Steel premiere was the fact that Henry Cavill and Bill Nye the Science Guy shared the red carpet. Who saw that coming? Oh, and Amy Adams looked stunning in Nina Ricci, too.
From Downton Abbey to Mad Men, the small screen is having a love affair with period pieces as of late, and at last night’s Critics’ Choice Television Awards, the same nostalgic attitude permeated the red carpet, with Emmy Rossum, Diane Kruger, and more opting for looks that harkened back to decades past. But while some gowns captured the best elements of bygone times, others were the wrong kind of retro.
Angelina Jolie can wear a sack and still look stunning — but when she leaves the shapeless stuff at home and wears something like this impeccable Ralph Russo Couture number, that’s when the real magic happens.
This Is The End may be a testosterone-heavy movie (all it takes is a glance at the poster to make that much clear), but at yesterday’s West Coast premiere, it was Emma Watson who was wearing the pants. And what pants they were!
Let’s face it: even if one of the attendees at yesterday’s World War Z premiere in London had arrived in a neon orange, sequined, see-thru gown, they still would have had a hard time getting the crowd’s (and cameras’) attention away from Angelina Jolie, who stepped out with fiancé Brad Pitt for the first time since she penned a piece for the New York Times announcing that she had undergone a preventative double mastectomy surgery. Thankfully, no one pulled any such stunts, and the carpet saw only a penguin parade of black and white getups.
If there’s anywhere you want to show a little skin, it’s a summer soirée hosted by a men’s magazine. We’re just not sure how we feel about the way some of the guests at last night’s Esquire bash in London went about it. What we are sure about? Jared Leto’s new look was not about to land him any of the models in attendance.
Ellen Page isn’t exactly a clothes horse, which is A-OK since Hollywood isn’t exactly in short supply of them, but it’s nice to see her looking cute and (gasp!) cracking a smile on the red carpet. Plus, at last night’s Hollywood premiere of The East, co-star Brit Marling definitely gave us our fix of high fashion and hair envy.
The Cannes Film Festival drew to an end this weekend, and oh, what a glamorous ride it’s been. From perfectly pared-down looks to full-on, look-at-me show-stoppers, the red carpet offerings have run the gamut, and this weekend’s Closing Ceremony and Zulu premiere was no different. Nicole Kidman cemented her Most Sophisticated title in an elegant Giorgio Armani column, while Laetitia Casta appeared to have sprouted wings, and one attendee got a little too carried away with her slit-up-to-there gown.
Just about everyone, from Marion Cotillard to Karlie Kloss to Bianca Balti, opted to bare their backs for today’s premiere of The Immigrant at the Cannes Film Festival. And yet, despite the inevitable lack of bras on the red carpet, there wasn’t a single wardrobe malfunction. High fives all around, stylists!
It was quite the weekend over in the French Riviera, with red carpet favorites like Jennifer Lawrence, Marion Cotillard, and Zoe Saldana stepping out to fête a host of films. Did their fashion picks up the ante at the Cannes Film Festival? Read on to find out.
Yesterday’s premiere of French coming-of-age film Jeune and Jolie played host to some of the best gowns we’ve seen out of the Cannes Film Festival so far. It also brought out some of the worst.
Photocall attire is fine and dandy (especially when it’s as good as today’s offerings), but the real action from the Cannes Film Festival doesn’t start until the first star hits the red carpet at the Opening Ceremony. And tonight’s is shaping up to be a stunning showing — even if the dresses are in danger of getting a little drenched in the downpour.
How fierce were the ladies of FOX on the red carpet at last night’s programming presentation post-party? Well, some fared better than others, as you’ll soon find out.
This week, in hotel rooms all over Cannes, meticulously-packed gowns are being unloaded from their trunks in preparation for the 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival. Since we’re way across the Atlantic Ocean, we’re preparing by taking a look back at our absolute favorite looks to come out of the French Riviera in the past five years. Somehow we even managed to restrain ourselves from making this a solo gallery of Diane Kruger — for the most part.
While the week’s biggest red carpet is done and dusted, Hollywood’s style stars were out on the town yesterday, decked out yet again in designer duds. So how did Anne Hathaway, Kate Bosworth, Sarah Jessica Parker, and more measure up? Let’s take a look.
Start your engines and get your safety pins at the ready, folks! The Metropolitan Museum of Art 2013 Costume Institute Gala red carpet is well underway and we have every look right here.
We’re sure many of you are already planning all-nighter Arrested Development extravaganzas for season four’s May 26 release on Netflix. But since that day is more than three grueling weeks away, you’ll have to join us in tiding ourselves over with Bluth family reunions like this one, on the red carpet at yesterday’s Los Angeles premiere.
The crowd at TIME’s annual 100 Most Influential People Gala is by definition an impressive one. But did the gowns at last night’s event do justice to their wearers? Click through to find out.