If you don’t know who Florence Pugh is, it’s time to get in the know.The 24-year-old actor is fast becoming one of the UK’s rising stars thanks to her Oscar-nominated role as Amy March in Greta Gerwig’s 2019 version of ‘Little Women’.On-screen credentials aside, the Oxford-born actress is making a name for herself on the red carpet, thanks to her chic-yet-playful wardrobe.Styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray, who works with some of Britain’s best-dressed stars including Gemma Chan, Lily James and Jenna Coleman, it’s not surprising Pugh’s making her sartorial presence known.In recent months, Pugh’s proved she’s a favourite with designer labels and worn outfits and accessories from Prada, Jimmy Choo, Chloe, Miu Miu and Valentino - to name a few.Her looks aren’t predictable: she’s gone from a slinky, sequin-covered gown at the Critic’s Choice Awards to a playful, electric blue mini worn to the ‘Little Women’ world premiere.Scroll to see why Florence Pugh is a fashion-up-and-comer to know about.
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.
Holly Willoughby lead the style charge at last night’s Fashion Awards.The biggest night in the fashion calendar, which pays homage to those who have helped shape the year in fashion, sees the A-list showcase their style prowess.And this year’s red carpet didn’t disappoint.Holly Willoughby opted for a classically chic purple and blue floral midi dress with puff sleeves by designer Kate Spade, which the ‘This Morning’ presenter teamed with simple, strappy, nude heels.And she wasn’t alone in showing off her fashion credentials. Guests arrived at the event in a whole array of ritzy looks.From the simple yet sparkly looks from Julia Roberts, Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley and Emma Roberts, to the more out-there statements by Shailene Woodley, who wore an entire outfit made from puffer coat material, complete with hood, and Rita Ora, who went head to toe in 60s -esque monochrome.From classic brands to red-carpet rental, click through our pick of the best looks from the Royal Albert Hall last night.
November has already been filled with a wealth of glitzy, red carpet events in Hollywood, providing celebrities with the chance to showcase their sartorial prowess.The annual Hollywood Film Awards on 3 November kicked off the month’s best dressed list with Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Garner, Laura Dern and Olivia Wilde all working standout looks.Kidman kept things simple in an embroidered white gown by Loewe while Garner opted for a classic off-the-shoulder black dress by Stella McCartney.READ MORE: Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon glam up for The Morning Show premiereWilde, meanwhile, bought the sparkle in a retro-inspired sequin dress by Michael Kors. Jessica Alba also took glitzy dressing to a whole new level this month, wearing a Ralph and Russo number at the Baby2Baby Gala.The Charlie’s Angels premiere also saw Kristen Stewart stun in a sparkly rainbow mini-dress by Germanier. Meanwhile, activist and actress Jane Fonda, 81, worked a black sequin suit at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards.Scroll to see the best dressed celebrities of November 2019.
October has arrived and where better to look for autumn style inspiration than the red carpet?The 2019 BFI Luminous Fundraising Gala kick-started this month’s sartorial proceedings, as the small screen’s buzziest names touched down in the capital for a night of celebration.Bond girl Ana de Armas made a style statement in a tailored suit by red carpet favourite Alexandre Vauthier on 8 October. The actress attended the ‘Knives Out’ premiere in the black ensemble complete with ruffled shirt and a pink flower in her button hole.Oscar-winning actress Olivia Colman, 45, further cemented her status as the nation’s best dressed star in a £1,195 plum-hued frock by Vampire's Wife - which is still available to shop online. Elsewhere at the event, Gemma Arterton flexed her fashion know-how in a bold one-shoulder Emilia Wickstead frock that the Duchess of Sussex would certainly approve of.Angelina Jolie is currently our style star of the month, wearing numerous show-stopping gowns to promote the upcoming Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. An embroidered silver number with metallic glass beads and tiers of silver crystal fringing by Ralph & Russo is so far the one to beat.A shout-out to the boys is well deserved too, as actor Dev Patel put on a dapper appearance, meanwhile Timothee Chalamet continues to break sartorial boundaries as he donned a sequin Louis Vuitton hoodie to The King premiere.Scroll to see the best dressed celebrities of October 2019.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.
While you may recognise Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth, one of Westeros’ most fearsome swordmasters in the hit HBO TV show Game of Thrones, the actress is actually something of a fashion icon outside the green room.The gymnast-turned-model-turned-actress has not only made a name for herself in Hollywood, but has become a red carpet sensation over the years thanks to her stand-out looks.And for her latest appearance, she didn’t disappoint.The Game of Thrones actress arrived at the 2019 BFI Film Festival red carpet wearing a hypnotic couture gown as she led the glamour for the opening gala premiere for ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’.The 40-year-old was joined on the red carpet by her co-star, former Slumdog Millionnaire actor Dev Patel.But, all eyes were on Gwendoline as she turned heads wearing a striking Aeriform dress by Iris van Herpen featuring a dramatic ombre effect. The breathtaking dress is from the label’s autumn/winter 2019 couture collection and features an off-the-shoulder neckline, sheer panels and a dramatic ombre effect.Gwendoline styled her structured dress with a pair of red, pointed shoes and wore her blonde hair slicked back. A pop of red lipstick completed the look. It’s not the first time the Game of Thrones star has stolen the show at a red carpet event. Last month, at the 2019 Emmys, the actress wore a glorious Arthurian cream and white Gucci gown which fans hilariously compared to “Jesus”.So, to pay homage to one of our favourite warrior, we’ve compiled some of the actress’ best red carpet looks to date.
The silver screen star didn't let the drizzle dampen her spirits at the European premiere of 'Judy'.
French-American actor Timothée Chalamet is causing a bit of a sartorial stir. The 23-year-old has established himself on the silver screen in the past few years with hits including ‘Call me by Your Name’, ‘Interstellar’ and ‘Ladybird’. He’s also starring in the upcoming, reprised version of ‘Little Women’ starring Emma Watson, Laura Dern and Saorise Ronan. But, his red carpet game is equally strong. Chalamet has enjoyed one menswear hit after another with a plethora of big-name brands, including McQueen, Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Haider Ackermann clambering to dress him. The New York-born actor’s eclectic wardrobe is reminiscent of Harry Style’s richly-embroidered, coloured and printed suit collection. It’s flamboyant, memorable and smashes the old-fashioned myth that men can’t have fun with fashion.
It may only be August but Jennifer Lopez is autumn-ready, as the singer graced the red carpet over the weekend in an all-leather burgundy ensemble.For the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Hustlers’, the 50-year-old bid farewell to summer in a £2,250 Zimmerman dress hot from the AW19 runway.Proving her commitment to the bold look, she even braved the Californian heat in a matching leather beret - which currently retails for £225. A chic choppy lob earned the mother-of-two extra points.Love it or hate it, she’s not the first A-lister to have dabbled in the all-leather trend with supermodels, actresses and singers alike turning to the divisive material in recent years.From Celine Dion’s couture take on the trend to Bella Hadid’s ‘90s tribute act, take a look back at some of the most talked about A-list leather hits and misses.
We don't throw the word 'iconic' around often but when it comes to Jennifer Lopez's wardrobe, there's no description more deserving. Ever since the late nineties, the singer-turned-actress has been ruling best dressed lists across the globe courtesy of her fearless approach to the red carpet.Whether it’s a sheer jumpsuit, plunging neckline or an ab-bearing ensemble - the 50-year-old has been showing the supermodel set how it’s done for decades. But with a growing number of couturiers on speed dial - we’re talking the likes of Elie Saab, Atelier Versace and Giambattista Valli - it’s no wonder she keeps stealing the headlines.From that history-making Versace gown to her latest Met Gala offering, take a look back at her most daring looks to date.
The reality television star had to undergo breathing lessons ahead of the star-studded event.