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Despite Cate Blanchett’s lack of baby-to-be, her maternity chic Balenciaga number was a tough act to follow, but opting for Alexander McQueen is always good for keeping up momentum. The Blue Jasmine star hit the red carpet in a black-and-white McQueen gown which was both form-fitting and had a drop waist, something we didn’t even know was possible (especially after poring through these roaring ’20s editorials).
We don’t know Rose Byrne personally, but we think she seems like a pretty cool chick.
‘Tis the season for see-through clothing which, as we’re sure you’ve noticed on the streets, can be either a sight for sore eyes or a total eyesore. Case in point: Rose Byrne showed up to the premiere of The Internship yesterday in a perfectly pretty Emilio Pucci frock with sheer paneling, while Isla Fisher arrived at another Hollywood event looking like she forgot part of her outfit.
With a two-hour start to finish runtime, the Screen Actors Guild Awards is perhaps the shortest of the season’s shows, but that doesn’t mean it was lacking for sartorial missteps. From Julianne Moore’s ill-fitting Chanel couture creation to Morena Baccarin’s overwrought Basil Soda gown, these celebs fell far short of our expectations for the evening — if we even had any at all.
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.
Target recently released a shoppable film Falling For You, whose instant shopping concept is the first of its kind. The idea is really cool, answering the perennial question “Oh man, where did they get that? I want it!” But watching a live finale at Target’s party inside Terminal 5 on Wednesday, and finding out that stars like Kristen Bell, Nia Long, and Rose Byrne also experience the same moments as us plebes? Well, that was even cooler.
It was a poor showing on Sunday night’s red carpet at the Screen Actor’s Guild awards, which means our Best Dressed List could probably be more accurately defined as A List Of People Who Did Not Look Quite So Awful As Everyone Else.
Rose Byrne bucked red carpet convention and wore a white, embellished jumpsuit to Sunday night’s Screen Actor’s Guild Awards and frankly, we think she killed it.
We pride ourselves on our sports coverage here on Styleite, so you can imagine our frustration when we saw a 7 foot tall man towering over the runway at Sunday night’s Tommy Hilfiger show and couldn’t quite place him. A flurry of emails between us and SportsGrid later, we had confirmation: it was Amar’e Stoudemire, Anna Wintour‘s new BFF and center/forward for the New York Knicks.
Last night’s Emmy Awards was too jam packed with fashion commentary for us to fit it into one post. So we’re giving you two more. And to start the day off on a happy note, here are our picks for the best dressed of the night.
We’re taking a look back at the hits and misses of last year’s Emmy red carpet arrivals before tonight’s show. We hope Glenn Close doesn’t wear sunglasses again this year.
Hollywood loves an excuse for an awards show, and though we don’t know much about the Breakthrough of the Year Awards — or who won, for that matter — we do know that the usual suspects turned out in full force. Some looked good, some looked great, and some looked like they were wearing a rumpled satin bedsheet for a dress.