Just like Prince George is always spotted wearing shorts, Princess Charlotte has also developed her very own style staple: baby doll dresses.
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It’s been a good year for fashion. Catherine Zeta-Jones kick-started the best dressed celebrities list back in January with the killer, emerald green Elie Saab worn to the Golden Globes. The 91st Academy Awards - that’s the Oscars, to you and I - followed swiftly after in February, serving up numerous sartorial wins. British actor Gemma Chan made a style statement in a hot pink, supersized Valentino number. At the BAFTAs in May, it was the fuchsia gown worn by ‘Killing Eve’ star Jodie Comer that we couldn’t take our eyes off. A Stella McCartney number, it was a minimalist design featuring an asymmetric neckline and a cape on one shoulder. Later in the year, ‘The Greatest Showman’ actor Zendaya wowed at the Emmys in a stunning, semi-sheer look by US designer Vera Wang. Catherine Zeta-Jones, the only A-lister to appear in our annual best dressed list twice, also hit a style high note in a hot pink Georges Hobeika gown. Jennifer Lopez, star of 2019’s hit film ‘Hustlers’, wowed at the annual Governors Awards in October in a gold, strapless satin gown by Reem Acra. The 50-year-old teamed the gown with a chic updo and a black, box clutch. Another of the event’s attendees, Dakota Johnson, was equally chic in a co-ord: a white, bralette paired with a full, high-waisted skirt.
Yahoo is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Prices were correct at the time of publication. Dame Helen Mirren is proof that style improves with age. The 74-year-old British actor only grows more fashionable as the years go by - as 2019 showcased. The London-born star has celebrated a truckload of sartorial wins this year including a super chic winter white ensemble in New York City last night. Clad in an ensemble by The Row - the fashion label launched by former child stars Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen in 2006 - Mirren was every inch the Hollywood style sensation. It’s not a cheap get-up, mind up. The Nika Draped Cady Maxi Skirt rings in at £2,360, the Hern Asymmetric Cashmere-Blend Cardigan at £1,680 and the Olive Cashmere Sweater at £1,220. A statement pearl necklace and a made-to-order £1,746.54 bag by Tyler Ellis completed the look. Other winning looks the actor has sported this year include a canary yellow, custom gown by Lady Gaga-s go-to designer Brandon Maxwell and a polka dot semi-sheer look by the British brand Goat, which both the Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex have previously worn. And who can forget the gorgeous, pink Schiaparelli gown Mirren wore to the Oscars in February. But, it was a teal, puff-sleeve, floor-length satin jacket by Badgley Mischka that the Oscar-winner wore to the ‘Catherine the Great’ TV show premiere in October.
The co-hosts turned heads in their shimmery ensembles to present the eleventh instalment in the hit BBC dance show.