From pixie cut to memorable curls, Halle Berry’s hair has always been a talking point. The actress paired her custom Atelier Versace gown with free-flowing curls that gave a fun vibe to her couture look. Hairstylist Castillo exaggerated Halle’s natural ringlets using T3’s Whirl Trio Curling Iron, resulting in a retro look. “I have always marched to the beat of my own drum, and I think this red carpet look encapsulates that,” Halle told Vogue.
Although several of this year’s Oscars gowns were custom-made, a few came straight from the recent couture runways. Dior was a popular choice with both Felicity Jones and Charlize Theron choosing differing styles. A glittering Chanel number also popped up on Sofia Boutella while Janelle Monae opted for a huge Elie Saab design from a few seasons ago. Glamour, fairytales and more: The very best dresses from the 2017 Oscars Katy Perry, Kate Bosworth and Jennifer Aniston dazzle at Vanity Fair’s 2017 Oscars part
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.
Just like last year’s nude Versace gown, Jennifer Aniston favoured another slinky design for the 2017 Oscars. The actress stunned in a custom black dress by the Italian label that broke the fashion rulebook by featuring both a low-cut neckline and a thigh-high slit. Aniston attended the ceremony alongside husband Justin Theroux and delivered an emotional speech as part of the memorial tribute to those who have lost their lives in the industry over the past year.
The Vanity Fair Oscars party is guaranteed to invite the top nominees and other stars who weren’t quite lucky enough to attend the ceremony. For 2017, the likes of Diane Kruger, Kate Upton and Rooney Mara turned up in attention-grabbing dresses. But it was Katy Perry and Jennifer Aniston’s shimmering designs that really stole the show. Glamour, fairytales and more: The very best dresses from the 2017 Oscars The best dressed couples at the 2017 Oscar
From ‘Once Upon a Time’ co-stars (and real-life husband and wife) Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas to Ryan Gosling and his sister, there were a lot of eye-catching couples on the 2017 Oscars red carpet. Jamie Dornan’s wife Amelia Warner looked breathtaking in a lilac caped gown, Mel Gibson’s 26-year-old girlfriend Rosalind Ross stunned in a corset bodice – five weeks after giving birth – and Chrissy Teigen and John Legend appeared to be on the best date of their lives. Which couple’s your favourite? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.
Another year of the Oscars is over and with it has of course come a whole host of memorable gowns. Old Hollywood glamour reigned supreme at the 2017 awards with Emma Stone and Brie Larson choosing vintage-style dresses. Huge fairytale gowns straight from a Disney story were also seen on the likes of Janelle Monae and Leslie Mann. As for colours, gold dominated (think Dakota Johnson in Gucci) along with a vibrant shade of red (Ruth Negga in Valentino and Viola Davis in Armani Prive).
Actor and comedian Seth Rogen helped honor Back to the Future alongside the movie’s star, Michael J. Fox, at the 89th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday night.
Jimmy Kimmel made a whole lot of jokes about weight while hosting the Oscars. Two years ago, Jimmy Kimmel told the world how he lost a bunch of weight on a fasting diet. “I’ve known Matt so long that when I first met Matt, I was the fat one,” he said.
With “Beauty and the Beast” premiering on March 17, everyone’s got the Disney princess on the brain … including Leslie Mann. The actress hit the Oscars red carpet with husband of 20 years Judd Apatow in an almost identical gown to Belle’s. The chartreuse number was designed by Zac Posen — and his inspiration seemed obvious. While Mann looked a lot like Belle, others compared best actress nominee Emma Stone to another “Beauty and the Beast” character, Lumière, the candlestick, in her gold, glittering Givenchy gown.
After days of back-and-forth sniping between Meryl Streep and Karl Lagerfeld over her Oscars gown, all eyes were on the actress tonight. What dress caused her to allegedly ditch Chanel at the last minute?
The Oscars are here! Click through to see all the stars walking the red carpet outside the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, before they settled in for the ceremony hosted by Jimmy Kimmel on ABC.
The Academy Awards on Sunday marks the last — and most glamorous — of the award shows. The best and worst dressed, decided by Yahoo readers, include Emma Stone, Ruth Negga, Octavia Spencer, and more. Click through for all of the fashion — good and bad — from the 2017 Oscars. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
Things are a bit less uncertain for Marchesa this year, because the brand’s co-designers Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman have partnered with Stella Artois and Water.org for the “Buy A Lady A Drink” campaign. “Keren and I are so excited to be able to say we’re dressing Olivia Culpo. People always have options – this is such a pleasure to be able to say Olivia will be in our dress,” says Chapman.
Costume design is a fascinating industry. As the world prepares for the 2017 Oscars, it seems an apt time to get inside the minds of the people responsible for transforming actors into sometimes otherworldly characters. Here, a few of the costume designers nominated for an Oscar this year tell us their tips and tricks along with the fascinating stories behind their most recent films.
Karl Lagerfeld has never been one to remain silent. Speaking to WWD, Lagerfeld revealed that Meryl Streep had chosen a grey silk gown from Chanel’s recent couture collection for the 2017 Oscars. The actress, who is nominated for an Oscar for Florence Foster Jenkins, approached the Parisian house, asking for the dress to be adjusted with a higher neckline.
Oh, where does the time go? The 2007 Oscars took place on February 25, and the night’s big winners were Forest Whitaker for Last King of Scotland, Helen Mirren for The Queen, and Jennifer Hudson in her breakthrough role in Dreamgirls. As for red-carpet winners: We loved As for red-carpet winners: We loved Emily Blunt‘s strapless Calvin Calvin number (who walked the red carpet to support The Devil Wears Prada) and Meryl Streep‘s relaxed yet ladylike Prada frock. Maybe it’s the water.
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 years BAFTAs 2017: The Duchess of Cambridge and Emma Stone lead the best dressed list
This year, the likes of Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling, Jennifer Hudson, Brie Larson, Casey Affleck and Amy Adams are expected to attend the Oscars, but rewind two decades and it was a whole different collection of stars who made sure they didn’t miss Hollywood’s most prestigious awards ceremony. Back in 1997, Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman were still a couple and made their way down the red carpet looking very dapper indeed (Nicole wore a yellow satin dress adorned with a floral pattern on the bodice). Goldie Hawn looked as on point as ever in a glittering gown, while her partner Kurt Russell kept his cool in sunnies. Susan Sarandon also wore sunglasses and attended the do with her then-husband Tim Robbins.
One item of clothing has been drawing all the attention this week, and that’s Robbie Williams’ positively psychedelic jacket from the 2016 ARIA awards. Love it or hate it, you’ve got to admit that Williams is no man to shy away from bending the rules of red carpet style. And while we often see our fair share of risqué gowns on women, Williams isn’t the only man to push the boundaries of menswear. Tommy Hilfiger thinks designers should be proud to dress Melania Trump What every good father should d