Scarlett Johansson, Charlize Theron and Cara Delevingne have been knocking it out of the park style-wise this week with each and every one choosing stand-out looks.
The stars have been pushing fashion boundaries this week – in a good way, of course. If it wasn’t Katy Perry teaming her fierce new cut with the most feminine of dresses, it was Elizabeth Banks wearing a straight-off-the-catwalk look.
Kylie Jenner flashed her long legs in a form-fitting fishnet body suit and a very sheer black mesh skirt as she graced Catch restaurant in West Hollywood for dinner Saturday night. The asymmetrical skirt was cinched at the waist to showcase her Monroe-esque figure and curvy frame. The 19-year-old stunner complemented the look with mesh knee-high boots, flowing raven locks and rust-toned eye shadow.
Mariah Carey went to the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday. It’s the Oscars for kids, so naturally, she brought her offspring to watch Demi Lovato and Kevin Hart get slimed. Rocky and Monroe, it must be said, are red-carpet naturals.
Slime happens. At least, if you’re lucky enough to be deemed slime-worthy at the annual Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, which took place Saturday in Los Angeles. It was a family affair, with Mariah Carey twinning with her daughter Monroe, and Gwen Stefani bringing her boys. Here’s who was there and dazzled on the red carpet (or not).
Kristen Stewart stepped out in her best red carpet look yet for last night’s Personal Shopper premiere in New York. The 26-year-old showed off her brand new platinum buzz cut for the second time, pairing it with a pale pink Chanel gown from the label’s latest Pre-Fall collection.
This season’s Paris Fashion Week was a hotbed of style with Emily Ratajkowski and Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner knocking it out of the park.
Dame Joan Collins gave us some serious leg envy at her appearance at the London The Time of Their Lives premiere last night. Alongside husband Percy Gibson, the 83-year-old actress and author absolutely rocked a shimmering split silver gown with a matching embellished jacket. When not side by side with Gibson, Joan Collins joined co-star Pauline Collins, who wore a flowing black top and culottes underneath a black-and-white floral light kimono-style jacket.
Female celebrities are constantly bombarded with inane questions as soon as they step foot on a red carpet. Normally starting with “who are you wearing?” and moving onto other banal topics such as diets and spray tans, red carpet reporters have been shamed for sticking to an outdated script. In 2014, the #AskHerMore movement was started by the Representation Project.
Model Hunter McGrady knows the importance of proper clothing selection. The rising star walked the iHeartRadio Music Awards red carpet in an outfit that could’ve come straight out of Christian Grey’s red room. McGrady, who recently shot for the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, opened up about the importance of feeling sexy — and of clothes that make that possible for curvy women. “I just threw on what I wanted to wear.
This week has been a whirlwind in the land of Hollywood. The Oscars (and various parties) played host to some gorgeous couture creations while Emma Watson has been embarking on an eco-friendly – yet incredibly stylish – Beauty and the Beast tour.
Emma Watson smartened up for the LA premiere of Beauty and the Beast, forgoing her usual Disney princess gowns for a much chicer ensemble. The star wore a strapless black jumpsuit straight off the runway from Oscar de la Renta’s AW17 collection.
Emma Watson transformed into a Disney princess yet again for the Shanghai premiere of Beauty and the Beast. Wearing a nude embellished gown by Elie Saab, the actresses look has been described as a modern day wedding dress. The gown, which came with an elegant sheer cape, was fitted with an unmissable train that filled the red carpet.
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
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
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.
When Ryan Gosling showed up at the 2017 Academy Awards — fans around the world were quick to notice the Canadian heartthrob wasn’t with his gorgeous wife, Eva Mendes. Nope. Instead, he was spotted with a beaming blonde in a stunning gold gown. Wondering who his +1 was?
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?
Ruth Negga wears a blue ribbon for the ACLU on the red carpet for the 89th Annual Academy Awards. There has been plenty of chatter about just how political Oscars night will get this year. Celebrities have been making their grand entrances while wearing blue ribbons as part of the American Civil Liberties Union’s “Stand with ACLU” initiative.
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.