The couture accessory was emblazoned with the names of female directors who missed out this year.
Awards season has seen the silver screen’s buzziest names flex their fashion know-how at a string of red carpet events - all in the name of the most-anticipated ceremony in the calendar, the 2020 Oscars.Tonight, the Hollywood set has descended upon Los Angeles for the 92nd Academy Awards in their finest garb with the opportunity to showcase their sartorial prowess on a global platform.Scarlett Johansson made sure to continue her fashion winning streak in Oscar de la Renta while ‘Marriage Story’ co-star, Adam Driver, stuck to his guns in a dapper tuxedo. Continuing the strive for sustainability this season, twice-nominated Margot Robbie plucked a vintage number from Chanel’s spring/summer 1994 collection.Timothée Chalamet followed suit in a Prada ensemble accessorised with a Cartier Tradition brooch dating back to 1955.The Brits sure brought their headline-worthy style across the pond too with the nation's sweetheart, Olivia Colman, reigning the red carpet in homegrown talent Stella McCartney.Meanwhile, star-in-the-making Florence Pugh is shaking up the industry one outfit at a time, as she stole our hearts (once more) in bespoke Louis Vuitton. From Laura Dern in Armani Privé to Billy Porter’s incredible Giles Deacon ensemble, see who wore what on the Oscars 2020 red carpet.
The Duchess of Cambridge re-wears Alexander McQueen dress to first sustainable BAFTAs.
Sunday’s BAFTA guests have not disappointed with their stylish ensembles – with the likes of Zoe Kravitz, Emilia Clarke and Charlize Theron turning heads in stunning designer gowns.However, what made the outfits of the stars arriving at the annual ceremony at London’s Royal Albert Hall even more exciting was an admirable tweak to the regular dress code.This year’s attendees were asked to recycle an outfit they already own or acquire a pre-loved one, rather than purchase a brand-new one for the night.Kate Middleton stepped out in an Alexander McQueen gown she first wore on a royal tour of Malaysia in 2012.She was joined by Joaquin Phoenix, who slipped on a Stella McCartney suit for a third awards ceremony in recent weeks, after the Golden Globes and SAG Awards.Many famous faces are likely to have donned old favourites from their wardrobe, opted for vintage and second-hand, or even hired an outfit – and this environmentally friendly red carpet looked just as great as normal.A guide provided to guests, created by the London College of Fashion, had encouraged those attending to rent outfits from sites including Hurr Collective, By Rotation and My Wardrobe HQ.It also suggested looks could be sourced from Vestiare Collective and Depop, and highlighted eco-conscious brands including Stella McCartney and Reformation.The move to promote sustainable fashion came as part of the organisation’s commitment to going “carbon-neutral” for its 2020 awards ceremony.According to a press release, they announced: “From travel and food, to branding and materials, BAFTA is ensuring the awards are as sustainable as possible.”And the dazzling eco-friendly style on show did not fail to impress.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards is arguably the most prestigious red carpet event in the UK. It celebrates the very best programmes UK production companies have created and is attended by some of the world’s most famous faces. Over the years, Cate Blanchett, Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone have attended, clad in their finest attire. Even royals put in an appearance. The Duke of Cambridge is president of the BAFTAs and has attended the event numerous times - often with the Duchess of Cambridge by his side. Ahead of this year’s BAFTA Awards on 2 February 2020, we look back on the very best red carpet looks to date.
Last night, Hollywood’s biggest names donned their finery in celebration of the 26th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (AKA, the SAG Awards).And the stars certainly stepped up their style game for the occasion.Jennifer Aniston kept it classy in a slinky, white, slip dress, Nicole Kidman turned opted for an embellished navy gown by Michael Kors, featuring a thigh-high split with ruffle hem and Meryl Streep looked regal in an emerald green satin gown complete with oversized necklace.Charlize Theron proved that crop tops totally belong on the red carpet as she shunned a more traditional frock for a Givenchy by Clare Waight Keller two-piece.While Margot Robbie mixed things up in tartan Chanel, in a frock with a crossover neckline and tiered skirt.But it was Millie Bobby Brown who stole the style spotlight, channelling the ‘Stranger Things’ era in an all-white 80s inspired jacket and trouser combo with cute, puffed sleeves.From Jennifer Lopez to Reese Witherspoon here’s our pick of the most lust-worthy looks gracing the red carpet at the 2020 SAG Awards.
Salma Hayek's deep berry lipstick is the latest addition to Charlotte Tilbury's Pillow Talk collection
Salma Hayek, Michelle Williams and Busy Philipps all wore this flatting nude lipstick on the red carpet.
The ‘Saturday Night Live’ star described the realisation that she was gay as 'a very scary thing to suddenly know about yourself'.
Glitzy dresses took centre stage at the Golden Globes after parties.Celebs switched out of their billowing gowns from the red carpet into something a little more shimmery to celebrate after the evening award ceremony.The InStyle and Warner Bros after-party saw Hailey Bieber rock a sequinned black tuxedo by YSL, Ashley Benson wear a sequinned cut-out dress by Georges Hobeika and Nina Dobrev wear a semi-sheer number by Dior.Meanwhile, at the Amazon Studios Golden Globes After Party, Rachel Brosnahan wore a bold red ruched number by Michal Kors.Other best dressed stars included Kate Bosworth, who wore a fuchsia pink Prabal Gurung dress, plus Jessica Alba, who opted for a metallic gown paired with diamonds from Neil Lane.Scroll through to see all the best after party looks from the Golden Globes 2020.
Boasting 4,000 crystals and a 12-metre train, the Alex Vinash ensemble took over three months to create.
'Jennifer Lopez's dress looks like the present that Aunt Ethel wrapped and shoved under the Christmas tree in 1935.'
Awards season is finally upon us, as film and television's buzziest names are out in full force for the Golden Globe Awards 2020.A red carpet trial run of sorts ahead of the Academy Awards, the annual gathering never fails to see famous faces pull out all the fashion stops with this season boasting its most star-studded guest list yet.Scarlett Johansson led the conversation in a sweeping Vera Wang gown while 'Marriage Story' co-star, Adam Driver, opted for a failsafe tuxedo. The 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' cast also delivered on the red carpet with Margot Robbie sticking to her fashion know-how in a Chanel jumpsuit.Meanwhile, Hollywood heavyweights, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, needed nothing but matching tuxedos to win over the crowd.As per last season, a slew of British stars also flocked across the pond to showcase their sartorial know-how.The nation's sweetheart and award nominee Olivia Colman stole the best-dressed crown in a frothy number complete with swoon-worthy sleeves.Meanwhile, Jodie Comer of 'Killing Eve' fame proved we can always rely on her for style inspiration in an emerald Mary Katrantzou ensemble Villanelle would sure give the seal of approval.From Saorise Ronan in Céline to a Dior-clad Dakota Fanning, scroll to see who wore what on the Golden Globe Awards 2020 red carpet.