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We can imagine the nerves that come along with meeting the FLOTUS, but one would think that a late night talk show host, who has shaken his fair share of famous hands, would be pretty jaded when it comes to getting starstruck. Not so for Jimmy Fallon!
We’re not sure at what point seeing Raf Simons‘ Dior looks on the red carpet will cease to give us a little jolt of excitement, but we haven’t reached it yet. Last night, it was Kate Mara‘s turn to give the Spring 2013 collection a whirl, at the premiere of the Netflix original series “House Of Cards”. Plus, see Scarlett in Dolce & Gabbana, Renée in Hugo Boss, and more!
2012 ended with several major baby announcements for Kate Middleton, Jessica Simpson, and Kim Kardashian. But in a new interview with ELLE UK, cover girl Scarlett Johansson says that kids aren’t in her forecast anytime soon.
Dressing for the red carpet in the winter can be problematic (so long, dreamy dresses and cute skirts), but not impossible. Case in point: at the New York City premiere of Hitchcock, stars like Helen Mirren, Jessica Biel, and more managed to make some serious sartorial statements despite the chilly temps.
We never thought we’d end up with so much Prada on the worst dressed list for an event in honor of the brand, but it just goes to show that label isn’t everything. On an evening where everyone’s watching (and werking) there really is no room for error.
Between the Tribeca Film Festival, The Avengers‘ London premiere, the opening of the Mercedes-Benz Transmission LA: AV Club exhibit at MOCA, and no shortage of screenings, celebrities everywhere were out in full force and across the globe.
At the Los Angeles premiere for The Avengers on Wednesday night, Scarlett Johansson went for an understated look in a black Versace dress and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals. Meanwhile, reality starlet Audrina Patridge and How I Met Your Mother actress Colbie Smulders went for funkier outfits. Patridge paired her red frock with neon pink and purple accessories and Smulders opted for a patchwork Donna Karan gown.
Scarlett Johansson graces Vogue‘s May cover. Yawn.
Elle Fanning has hit the red carpet once again. Rejoice!
If “Scarlett Fever” is an obvious choice for a cover line featuring Scarlett Johansson, the actual selection of the actress is far less so. Cynically speaking, she has nothing to promote and magazines are nothing if not self-interested. She does, however, have a nude photo scandal in her not so rearview mirror, so there’s that. Also, this cover is gorgeous.
Shoppers aren’t the only ones gearing up for Fashion’s Night Out, designers are too! Stuart Weitzman is throwing a shindig at his Madison Avenue boutique, and we were able to talk to him about FNO, Fashion Week, and more.
There’s nothing magazines love to do more than dress up a modern day beauty as an old school icon, though it’s almost invariably Marilyn Monroe. For W’s June issue, photographer Tim Walker styled one of Hollywood’s most beautiful faces as everyone from Buster Keaton to Marlene Dietrich to Elvis — with nary a Monroe-esque pout to be seen. How refreshing!
Admittedly, the bevy of expensive gowns at this year’s Oscars wasn’t the most exciting we’ve ever seen, but that didn’t stop a few looks from standing out. And among the ones that did, there were some pretty clear cut trends. Take a look at the colors and ideas that dominated the night and let us know if you see any trends you’ll be taking off the red carpet.
Let’s be honest: Scarlett Johansson is pretty incapable of looking straight up bad, but we were pretty torn on her look at Sunday night’s 82nd Annual Academy Awards. Johansson walked the red carpet in a purple lace and column cut frock by Dolce & Gabbana, which she paired with a messy ‘do, burnt orange eyeshadow, and a huge statement ring by Anna Hu.
Scarlett Johnasson’s fourth season of ads for Mango are here and, predictably, the actress looks stunning. She also looks kind of bored and appears to be making the same face in every image.
After ogling Lady Gaga‘s ethereal Vanity Fair September cover, we couldn’t help but scour the cover archives for some of nudity’s most celebrated moments — forever immortal on the front pages of fashion’s major publications.
Hollywood’s brightest showed up at Comic-Con this past week. But what ever is a normally red carpet-ready celebrity supposed to wear to a comic-themed convention? Apparently that’s the question some of our favorite and usually best-dressed ladies had some trouble answering.
Christina Hendricks might have landed the cover of Esquire’s May “Women We Love” issue, but it turns out she wasn’t the first choice. During a recent conference in Toronto, Esquire editor in chief David Granger let it slip that Scarlett Johansson had actually been the mag’s first choice for cover star — that is, before she “screwed” them.
Since 1977, Victoria’s Secret has defined what it means to be sexy — which in their case involves a good bra and a solid head of beachy hair. Today, Victoria’s Secret released their annual What Is Sexy? list, which this year celebrates “the sexiest Bombshells in Hollywood.”
nd we think it’s fair to say that it’s difficult to photograph Scarlett without emphasizing her sexiness. Throw on a coat of gloss and her lips begin to have a life all on their own. But as next month’s V Magazine cover girl, Scarlett appears much more delicate than usual, even angelic in many of the shots.