It’s the most prolific event on the fashion calendar. So, it stands to reason that celebrities would go all-out for their annual Met Gala looks. And when we say all-out, we mean all-out. Remember when Will Smith’s son Jaden rocked up with his cut-off dreadlocks as his date ? How about Beyonce’s latex Givenchy gown? Anne Hathaway’s ‘Star Wars’ inspired hooded dress? Madonna, Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner had us all talking for days after taking to the red carpet in a series of bottom-baring ensembles and we’ll be hard pressed to ever forget Rihanna’s Guo Pei ‘omelette dress’. ‘American Horror Story’ star Sarah Paulson hit headlines when she stopped to held untangle Madonna’s camouflage netting in 2017 and Solange Knowles took the fashion world by storm when she wore a puffa jacket, complete with puffy train, to the star-studded do the same year. Without further ado, see how many of these Met Gala moments you remember. 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: The best Instagram moments from the 2017 Met Gala The most memorable Met Gala looks of 2017 Here’s what the stars wore to the 2017 Met Gala after-parties
Most film premieres are fashionable affairs, but the ‘Black Panther’ premiere took red carpet style to a whole new level.
Angelina Jolie brought her oldest daughters Zahara and Shiloh to the National Board of Review Awards Gala in N.Y.C.
There’s nothing quite like a glam, red carpet event to satisfy our fashion cravings – and give us a wealth of sartorial inspiration. Sunday 7 January marks the 75th Golden Globe Awards and is bound to set to play host to this season’s top actors and actresses, in addition to this season’s top fashion designs. Chances are, everyone from Jessica Chastain to Meryl Streep will be donning fresh-from-the-catwalk looks for the event – whether they opt to wear black or not . But first, look back on what Hollywood’s biggest names have worn in years gone by. From the ab-revealing Dior number Jennifer Lawrence worked in 2016 to the talked about dress-over-trousers that Emma Watson debuted two years previously, we give you the biggest style wins of the Golden Globe Awards. But with (almost) every fashion high, comes a low. Not every design a celebrity wears in their lifetime will be a resounding success, so naturally there are a number of outfits that haven’t been received well at the exclusive LA awards show. Remember the inky, strapless Monique Lhuillier gown Sarah Michelle Gellar did her best to make work? How about the bizarre, hip-baring Versace dress Halle Berry had to content with? Even red carpet queen Beyonce had a fashion faux pas in a strapless, floral number once upon a time. See how many of these Golden Globe Awards looks you remember. 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: Women will wear black to the 2018 Golden Globe Awards to protest sexual harassment Kids recreate iconic Golden Globe looks with epic results The truth behind the 2017 Golden Globe red carpet looks
The wide majority of us might be struggling to find the energy to apply a lick of mascara/put on a tie this week, but it’s back to work with a bang for the globe’s leading A-listers.
From the 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' premiere to the British Independent Film Awards, feast your eyes on all the celebrity fashion from the past week.
From Gigi and Kendall, to Julianne Moore and Kate Bosworth, we've rounded up the most fabulous A-list outfits working their way down the red carpet this month. Check out the best dressed celebrities for September 2017. From ELLE UK
From Gwyneth Paltrow's crop top to Cara Delevingne's buzzcut and mini dress combo, here's this week's best and worst dressed celebs.
This year’s live action remake of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ hasn’t just been a talking point in the film world, it’s influence has spilled out into the fashion world. You only need to glance at red carpet photos to see just how many celebrities have been wearing versions of Belle’s iconic yellow dress to premieres, awards ceremonies and fashion events.
Trust Beyonce to top her epic pregnancy announcement. At last night’s Grammys, the singer took to the stage to perform in an insanely intricate Roberto Cavalli gown. Yes, it looks like Beyonce wore her own face to the Grammys.
The Screen Actor’s Guild (SAG) awards might be an American affair, but this year’s event was studded with British stars. Emily Blunt attended with her husband John Krasinski, ‘The Crown’ stars Claire Foy and Matt Smith posed for photos together and Millie Bobby Brown of ‘Stranger Things’ fame looked adorably grown-up in a custom Armani frock. Bond girl Naomie Harris rocked a striped Lanvin jumpsuit, GOT actresses Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams worked two super glam dresses while co-star Gwendoline Christie sparkled in a sequin jumpsuit and ‘Downton Abbey’ stars Michelle Dockery and Laura Carmichael opted for bold prints. Which British star’s look was your favourite?
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
The 74th Golden Globes airs Jan. 8, kicking off awards season and with that, red carpet season. But before we enjoy this weekend's parade of gorgeous celebrity gowns, we decided to take a look back at what the red carpet looked like 20 years ago. Click through the gallery above to see all the retro and awkward looks and the many (many, many, many) sheath dresses of 1997. The most memorable outfits from the Golden Globes of all time Golden Globes 2016: Best and worst dresse
Dressing for your office Christmas party, a New Year’s Eve gathering or any type of festive shindig can cause even the sanest of us to panic. You might not want to wear something tight because you’ve been indulging in one too many boxes of Quality Street. Or perhaps you can’t figure out what to wear because it’s cold outside but no doubt sweltering in your friend’s house. And don’t get us started on what is ‘appropriate’ for your age (everything is appropriate, wear what you want).
From London Fashion Week to film premieres and the New York City Ballet fall gala, there’ve been a lot of opportunities for the world’s most famous faces to showcase their sartorial prowess - or lack there of. Emily Blunt was a definite fashion hit at the ‘Girl on the Train’ London premiere, Alexa Chung was the toast of the Burberry SS17 show and Lupita Nyong’o was a dream in lilac at the ‘Queen of Katwe’ premiere.