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  • Emma Stone OK with not being liked

    Emma Stone has discussed the life lessons she's learned at 30. The actress is on the cover of the February issue of Vogue following the release of period comedy-drama The Favourite, also starring Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz. "I got

  • Best dressed celebrities: December 2018's top A-list fashion

    This December, the best dressed list is packed with A-list celebrities wearing a wealth of festive-appropriate red carpet attire.

  • Actresses may wear black to the Golden Globes to protest sexual harassment. Is that 'slacktivism'?

    Actress Amber Tamblyn: "Our movement is big. And a black dress is just the beginning of the darkness that will be drained from every industry across the country by the time we’re done. That’s a promise.”

  • Emma Stone is the first star to wear Erdem for H&M, naturally

    First an Oscar, now this...

  • Mark Wahlberg is highest-paid actor - highlighting sexist pay gap

    Mark Wahlberg is the highest-paid male actor in Hollywood, taking home $68million (£53million) in one year. The Boston-native's huge salary for 2016/2017 was revealed in Forbes' magazine's annual rich list. The Transformers

  • Emma Stone is Hollywood's highest-paid female actor

    Emma Stone is Hollywood's highest-earning female star this year, taking home $26million (£20million). The actress, who won an Oscar for La La Land in February, toppled last year's No.1 Jennifer Lawrence. Stone, 28, was followed by

  • Bella Hadid Wore the See-Through Dior Dress All the Celebs Are Obsessed With

    Dior Makeup brand ambassador Bella Hadid attended a launch event for the fashion house in Los Angeles on Thursday night. To celebrate Dior’s new ‘Pump ‘N’ Volume Mascara’ campaign, the 20-year-old model wore a style for the designer that she’s worn before — the extremely popular sheer, structured corset gown from Dior’s spring/summer 2017 ready-to-wear collection. The see-through gown hails from Italian fashion designer Maria Grazia Chiuri‘s first collection as the artistic director of Dior, which was was met with mixed reviews.

  • How Cara Delevingne and Other Celebs Are Using Red Carpet Fashion to Make Political Statements

    These days, stars let their accessories do the talking. Whether it’s supporting Planned Parenthood, GLAAD, or the ACLU, politically-savvy celebrities are turning the spotlight on themselves on the red carpet onto causes near and dear to them with hats, purses, pins, and more.

  • Emma Watson surprises everyone by going topless for Vanity Fair shoot

    Emma Watson is a lot of things: actress, model, feminist and activist. The 26-year-old has succeeded in surprising everyone with a topless shoot for Vanity Fair. Emma’s modesty is protected by a white, caged cape from Burberry (fresh from the brand’s recent London Fashion Week show collection), paired with an Elizabethan inspired ruff.

  • Emma Stone and Dakota Johnson proudly supported Planned Parenthood at the Oscars

    Since Donald Trump was elected President, tons of celebrities have showed their support for the groups targeted by his old-fashioned policies. Emma Stone hit headlines for her Best Actress win along with her stunning golden flapper dress by Givenchy.

  • What will the stars be wearing to the Oscars 2017? We look into our style crystal ball

    The Oscars, aka the biggest night in the awards season calendar, is fast approaching, and as well as who wins what we’re on tenterhooks to see what the stars will wear. The Academy Awards is the opportunity for the stars to go all-out in the dreamiest, glitziest couture creations.The best actress and supporting actress nominees will have been planning their dress options for months alongside their stylists. Their choices are shrouded in secrecy, but given their signature style and brand affiliations, we can have fun trying to guess what may have caught their eyes.Here’s the runway creations we hope to see on the Oscars red carpet, and who we think should wear them.BAFTAs 2017: Every fashion hit and miss from the past 20 yearsBAFTAs 2017: The Duchess of Cambridge and Emma Stone lead the best dressed list

  • Emma Stone, Nicole Kidman, Natalie Portman et all dress up for Oscars 2017 lunch

    How do you gear up for the year’s biggest awards ceremony? With a star-studded lunch, naturally. Yesterday, many of Hollywood’s elite got all glammed up for the annual Oscar nominees luncheon. Actors from the biggest films of the year, including Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling from ‘La La Land’, Natalie Portman from ‘Jackie’ and Nicole Kidman from ‘Lion’ all attended the prestigious event.

  • SAG Awards best beauty: From Sophia Bush's hot pink eyes to Chrissy Teigen's orange lips

    It wasn’t just the gorgeous ball gowns we were gawping at from the SAG Awards last night. This year, the beauty looks were on top form, with stars including Sophia Bush, Emma Stone and Chrissy Teigen modelling some of the best hair and makeup looks we’ve seen in a while. Eyeshadow was out in force as several celebs rocked some brilliantly bold hues, while others went for classic bouncy curls and a bold lip. However, one thing is for sure, all these ladies have made us want to up our beauty game, pronto.

  • Emma Stone's 'La La Land' tour wardrobe is one style file you should bookmark

    Known for her sense of humour, wit and, well, acting capabilities, it’s not surprising that Emma Stone has become such a firm favourite during the past few years. And she’s something of a subtle style maven, too. With a wardrobe boasting the likes of Valentino, Versace and Armani, the 28-year-old pulls off every colour imaginable – and a wide array of cuts and styles, too. The actresses latest outings for lauded musical ‘La La Land’ have seen her wearing beautiful halterneck dresses, fringed couture gowns and cutesy Chanel ensembles – all which will help inspire your own evening wardrobe

  • Bleach Babes: How Platinum Became 2016′s Coolest Hair Colour

    Going platinum blonde is a statement. To paraphrase Coco Chanel, a woman who dyes her hair is about to change her life.  2016 has seen more and more of the worlds most beautiful women reaching for the bleach bottle. Towheaded women have really come into their own with the synthetic allure of white blonde hair.  Both timeless and completely of the moment, it’s still the dramatic, sexy, go-to look for celebs and models who want to score extra attention.

  • 21 Iconic Redheads Giving Us Hair Envy EVERY SINGLE Day

    Red hair has become more popular in the last few years than ever before, with women rushing to out to the hairdressers in a bid to channel the colour that stars such as Emma Stone and Amy Adams were lucky enough to be born with. And when you look at the most famous redheads around today, you realise just what a hot hue it is - and how swoon-worthy it makes a woman. Are you a proud redhead? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK

  • Emma Stone And Lena Dunham Are Over Sexist Nicknames – They Prefer These 11 Alternatives

    Emma Stone joined Lena Dunham on her new podcast series. Call Emma Stone “babe” and prefer to face her wrath… [Photo: Giphy] And Lena Dunham won’t be too happy about it either.

  • Julia Roberts, Emma Stone And A Host Of Hollywood’s Finest Hang Out At Glam Gala

    Hollywood A-listers gathered for the annual Hammer Museum Gala in the Garden this weekend, and there wasn’t a badly dressed star in sight. It helps that Bottega Veneta sponsored the event, so most of the stars were clad in the Italian label’s gorgeous designs.

  • Andrew Garfield Gets In Trouble With Girlfriend Emma Stone For His Comments on Femininity - EXCLUSIVE

    It’s a hot topic after actress Kirsten Dunst suggested being feminine meant staying at home doing the cooking and cleaning. And actor Andrew Garfield certainly brushed a few feathers with his views on femininity as he got into a heated debate with girlfriend Emma Stone. The 30-year-old British actor was speaking at a Yahoo kids’ Q&A with the cast of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 when he was asked a question about how Spider-Man makes his suit. He replied that Spider-Man sewed the suit himself, which he reckoned was a ‘feminine’ task.