Harry Styles successfully set the Internet alight this week with his second Rolling Stone cover.The now-viral topless shoot for the magazine’s September issue arrives amid news that the star is planning his next Hollywood move with the 25-year-old ready to talk, “sex, psychedelics and the secrets of stardom”.But it’s not the first Rolling Stone cover to get the public talking: the US publication is famed for its A-list models.From Janet Jackson’s controversial 1993 shoot to Halsey’s empowering message to women, these are some of the most memorable Rolling Stone covers in years gone by.
"Lady Gaga wearing not one, not two, not three but FOUR outfits to the Met Gala is the level of extra I strive to achieve"
Ever since becoming a household name in the early noughties, Lady Gaga has continued to surprise the fashion world with her sartorial know-how.Whether it’s strutting across the stage in sky-high platforms or accepting her first Oscar, the 33-year-old never turns down an opportunity to demonstrate her creative flair.In her Little Monster heyday, Gaga became a headline fixture courtesy of countless wigs, masks and that history-making meat dress.But ever since the singer graced the small screen for the lead role of Ally in ‘A Star is Born’, she’s reminded doubters of her influential position within the industry.Not something to be scoffed at, Gaga was the first to wear new-era Céline at the 2019 Grammy Awards in a ruffled one-shouldered frock – a look sure to have divided Phoebe Philo followers.While the Hollywood starlet did her research before gracing the 2019 Golden Globes‘ red carpet in Tiffany & Co jewels last worn by Audrey Hepburn for the ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ 1962 promo. Impressive, huh?From her countless Brandon Maxwell fan girl moments to a recent Judy Garland tribute, we chart Lady Gaga’s journey from the controversial to couture.
Original sixties supermodel Twiggy is the latest celebrity to receive a damehood, awarded with the prestigious accolade for her services to fashion, charity and the arts.Not one to put a fashion foot wrong, the 69-year-old met Prince Charles in a chic £1,645 co-ord by Stella McCartney – a lesson in diplomatic dressing.But the history-making moment left us wondering, what on earth does one wear for a meeting at Buckingham Palace?In arguably one of the most famous British-royalty-meets-pop-royalty photographs of all time, a sunglasses-clad Kanye West is seen partying with Princes Harry and William back in 2007.While Lady Gaga certainly wasn’t going to follow protocol when curtseying to the Queen during her more boundary-pushing heyday.Most recently, Emma Thompson also eschewed tradition opting for a slouchy floor-grazing suit and trainers to accept her damehood – a daring fashion move the Duchess of Sussex will approve of.From Victoria Beckham to One Direction, here’s what some of your favourite celebrities wore to meet the Windsor clan.
Serena Williams is imploring women to “dream crazier” in a new advert for Nike. The advert, which aired during a break in last night’s Academy Awards, centres on the fight of female athletes to be taken seriously in sport – something that Williams has had to deal with throughout her career.
The Grammy Awards are about the music, sure, but they’re also about the fashion. Check out the edgy, glamorous and downright bizarre looks the stars rocked at this year’s ceremony at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Photos: Getty Images)
The 2019 awards season kicked off with the Golden Globes last week, and the stars have continued to dazzle at the Critics’ Choice Awards on Sunday.A host of A-list celebs including Lady Gaga, Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts, Emily Blunt and more were out in full force in Los Angeles to attend the star-studded event.Take a look at all of the fabulous fashion.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:
Words: Elizabeth Di FilippoAs the stars walked the red carpet at the 76th Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night, it was Hollywood’s veterans who stole the spotlight.Halle Berry sent Twitter into a frenzy as she arrived on the red carpet in a plunging V-neck gown by Zuhair Murad.The 52-year-old actress was on hand as a presenter, but according to her fans, she was the real winner of the night.I’m trying to think of a more stunning woman than @halleberry 🤔 I simply cannot. The end. pic.twitter.com/zDLi9ykg4P— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) January 7, 2019Forget about the fact that it is #goldenglobe and think about the fact that she is 52 years old but some of you are 25 and will be looking 80. Don’t you just like her? This dress was Premiered by a lady in a twenties and Halle Berry is rocking it with her 52 body pic.twitter.com/Mlfh3OwJEy— bamidele Ilerioluwa (@Prommy15) January 7, 2019Halle Berry doesn’t age…HOW #GoldenGlobes pic.twitter.com/e1f74cV3pT— Nicole Perez (@nicole_perez1) January 7, 2019Halle Berry has a portrait in a closet somewhere that is basically a pile of dust. #GoldenGlobes— Daniel Summers (@WFKARS) January 7, 2019From Julia Roberts to Julianne Moore, women over the age of 50 proved that beauty is ageless with their cutting edge looks and high fashion glamour.Check out our gallery for more of our Hollywood faves who proved you can slay the red carpet at any age.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Golden Globes 2019: All the celebrity red carpet fashionBest dressed Brits at the Golden Globe AwardsJameela Jamil apologises to fans for airbrushed photographs
We often turn to the A-list pack in search of sartorial inspiration whether it’s a red carpet ensemble that’s made our Pinterest board or a street style pap shot that’s inspired our latest shopping list.Yet although armed with a celebrity stylist and wardrobe team, Hollywood’s biggest names don’t always hit the right fashion notes.This year, the near-naked trend reigned the headlines and although a major talking point, the likes of Bella Hadid and Rita Ora failed to make some of our best dressed lists as a consequence.2018 has also been a time of experimentation for a bunch of celebrities with Amber Heard trialling a couture swimming cap on the red carpet to Lady Gaga making Shakespearean ruffles a thing.But if we had to give the award for this year’s most unusual wardrobe, actor Ezra Miller is a sure-fire winner thanks to that Moncler puffer dress.From Rihanna’s pope-inspired Met Gala ensemble to Robert Pattinson’s twist on the traditional tux, these were this year’s most unusual (and wonderfully weird) celebrity outfits.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Best celebrity red carpet looks of 2018, from Lady Gaga to Dakota JohnsonBest dressed celebrities: December’s top A-list fashion moments so farSupersized celebrity red carpet dresses
The Met Gala is one of the biggest fashion events in the calendar and calls on guests to follow a specific dress code which matches the theme of the spring exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute.Previous years have seen celebrity attendees don an array of outlandish and controversial creations, such as Madonna’s sheer jumpsuit and Rihanna’s canary yellow gown, which prompted myriad memes. Next year’s theme, which follows this year’s contentious choice of "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination", is “Camp: Notes on Fashion” and the event will be co-chaired by Lady Gaga, Harry Styles, Serena Williams and Gucci’s Alessandro Michele.The exhibition, curated by Andrew Bolton and Wendy Yu, is framed around Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay titled Notes on "Camp" which describes the concept as a “love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration… style at the expense of content.”While there is no clear definition of what constitutes as “camp”, Sontag found it in an array of cultural references, from Flash Gordon comics and Busby Berkeley movies to chinoiserie and the Art Nouveau movement. It has since become synonymous with an avant-garde theatrical aesthetic, which manifests in fashion via heavy in bright colours and intricate patterns.> View this post on Instagram> > Photographed in front of Théâtre Le Palace, AlessandroMichele’s women’s and men’s looks from GucciSS19 including an all over GG suit and leather pieces worn by experimental musician Zumi Rosow @fangusz666. pfw mfw Discover more through link in bio.> > A post shared by Gucci (@gucci) on Sep 26, 2018 at 9:46am PDTAccording to Vogue’s Hamish Bowles, it’s a style that has been encapsulated by Gucci since Michele took over as creative director in 2015, hence why the Italian designer has been appointed as one of the event’s co-chairs."We are going through an extreme camp moment,” Bolton tells The New York Times, “and it felt very relevant to the cultural conversation to look at what is often dismissed as empty frivolity but can be actually a very sophisticated and powerful political tool, especially for marginalised cultures."Whether it's pop camp, queer camp, high camp or political camp - Trump is a very camp figure - I think it's very timely."There will be a total of 175 pieces in the exhibition, which will include a mix of menswear and womenswear and works of art relating to the theme.Divided into two parts, the exhibit will initially present the origins of camp as a concept, which Bolton finds in the Stonewall riots and its use in the LGBT community.Then it will move on to examine how camp has influenced mainstream fashion, cropping up in collections by Balenciaga, Prada and Vetements in addition to Gucci, of course.“Sontag in her essay said not everything is camp, but since I have been working on the show, I have started to think it is everywhere, and that all fashion is on some level camp,” Bolton said, adding that his aim with the exhibition is to show the world just how ubiquitous the concept is.The gala will take place on 6 May and will be hosted by Anna Wintour, editor of Vogue and artistic director of Condé Nast, who handpicks a number of celebrity co-chairs each year.Wintour's selection of Michele is fairly obvious - Bowles has said the exhibition is “made possible by Gucci” - as is the choice of Styles, who has fronted two major campaigns for the Italian fashion house and regularly wears the brand on tour.> View this post on Instagram> > Milan, Live On Tour.> > A post shared by @ harrystyles on Apr 3, 2018 at 9:40am PDTThe same could be said for Lady Gaga, who was renowned for a number of eccentric outfits (including one made out of raw beef and another made from “bubbles”) which defined her sartorial identity in her early career. Aside from recently fronting the cover of Vogue, Wintour’s choice to include Williams in the line-up of quirky style mavericks is not entirely clear.But considering some of the most notable fashion moments at the Met Gala are those that have been almost entirely unexpected, the tennis champion’s inclusion is no bad thing.
Lady Gaga isn’t one to do things by halves. From 2008, when she stormed into our lives with twin hits “Just Dance” and “Poker Face”, the multi-talented star has had us hooked with the sheer spectacle of her outfits, both on and off stage. So it’s not surprise Gaga’s tour wardrobe to promote her big screen debut, ‘A Star is Born’ has met our expectations and more. Over the past month, Gaga has rocked up to her film’s various global premieres in a crescendo of fabulous outfits, culminating in a an embellished gold Alexander McQueen number last night complete with a lace ruff worthy of a Tudor Queen. Hand-picking some of her looks straight from the catwalk, while others were custom-made by the likes of Givenchy, Gaga oozes a timeless glamour in each and every one of these looks. We’re struggling to pick our favourites from the diverse range of looks, faced with the romantic beauty of the pale pink tulle Valentino she wore in Venice, juxtaposed with the badass hammered metal effect Givenchy by Clare Waight Keller dress she wore for the Los Angeles premiere.Click through the slideshow to each look. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Lady Gaga is unrecognisable in stripped-back promo shots for her new filmLady Gaga wore 12 looks in four days during her long American weekendAll hail mother monster: A brief history of Lady Gaga’s wackiest outfit choices