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New York and California hosted a slew of A-list events last night, bringing out actresses like Tina Fey, Halle Berry, and Emmy Rossum, and fashion heavyweights like Monika Chiang, Pamela Love, and Carol Alt. But which coast had the best dressed stars? Let’s break down some of the looks.
We may have ended last week with celebrities all concentrated in one ridiculously glamorous venue, but by now they’ve all scattered around the globe and are back to the nightly circuit of screenings, benefits, parties, and more. Who was last night’s best dressed? Let’s take a look.
And we’re off! The red carpet at the Golden Globes is in motion, and hopefully, the stars will be dressed to the nines. We’ve got a livestream of the red carpet, and we’ll be updating this gallery with every single look, so keep checking back for the latest!
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosting the Golden Globe Awards is going to be the best thing ever. How do we know this? Uh, because it’s Tina Fey and Amy Poehler and therefore how could it be anything but?
Any time you have Julianne Moore (in anything), January Jones (in a complex, fashion-forward creation), and Chanel (anything Chanel!) on one red carpet, you know the best dressed list is going to be stiff competition. At tonight’s 64th Annual Emmy Awards, some of Hollywood’s most well-heeled talents stepped out in bright colors, daring cuts, and eye-catching jewels. Take a look at our best dressed nominees — and let us know if you agree.
Saturday was quite the throwback treat. Teams of media and fashion folk from The New York Times, Women’s Wear Daily, Refinery 29, Facebook, and more competed Evian‘s first annual Wood Racquet Cup at the West Side Tennis Club. Judah Friedlander, who plays Frank from 30 Rock, was the guest commentator at a retro-themed tournament held at the former US Open site. Everyone, except for Friedlander, was in tennis whites, and players even donned pleated skirts and mid-calf length socks, and played with wood racquets.
Saturday Night Live wasn’t new yesterday, so we dug in the archives for this little gem.
When Tina Fey says things, we shut up and listen. Because she is a very funny, very smart woman. (Have you read her prayer for her daughter? Do.) So, as someone who has appeared on the cover of Vogue but plays a character on 30 Rock for whom fashion is pretty much a foreign language, Tina Fey‘s thoughts on the industry that is so very near and dear to our hearts were clearly a must read.
Another Sunday night, another awards show. This time, the stars came out to celebrate each other at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where a decidedly safe red carpet provided but a few outstanding ensembles. Our favorites, after the jump.
On last night’s episode of 30 Rock on Tina Fey‘s Liz Lemon discovered a hip Brooklyn clothing store whose (ostensibly) green-conscious jeans magically gave her the kind of butt people dream about. But when the camera caught a close-up of Fey trying on the jeans, we couldn’t but notice that Fey’s butt and the butt in the close-up just aren’t the same.
Because we know there’s no such thing as red carpet overkill, we thought we’d bring you one more wrap-up, this time featuring ten looks from Sunday night’s 62nd Annual Emmy Awards that deserve a Styleite-approved honorable mention. Remember, just because it wasn’t the best or the worst, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be seen.
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.
There’s a little part of us, way deep inside, that feels terrible for sitting on our couch on a rainy Monday night and going through photos of our favorite bold-faced names and judging them purely on their looks. But then we see the Ms. Havisham monstrosity that Kirsten Dunst chose to wore and we shove that part even deeper down inside and carry on our merry, judge-y way. What follows are the most lackluster looks from tonight’s Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala.