The red carpet on fashion’s biggest night out is always packed to the gills, and last night’s CFDA awards were no exception—ev-er-y-one was there, from Beyoncé to my dreaded Elgort to Elon Musk’s glamorous mom.
Cannes! It is still not over! You probably saw Bella Hadid try to hold all of her parts together inside that tiny red dress yesterday, but did you know there were even more models, and non-models—but mostly models—wearing things? Let’s check ‘em out:
Ah, Cannes. What a glamorous dream. So much has happened, and it’s only day three—Amal Clooney looked coyly at her husband, Kendall Jenner celebrated her new position as spokesperson for Magnum Double ice cream bars, Woody Allen stood next to a variety of young women who seemed fine with it.
The 2016 MTV Movie Awards air tonight and, as expected, the red carpet was full of some A-list celebrities and a lot of randos I had to Google. I’ll let you surmise who are the whos, because we’re really here to look at the ensembles; some whos really know what’s up in that realm, thankfully for us all. Above, Cara…
The fashion at Sunday night’s Academy Awards, the most relevant of all the irrelevant awards shows, was as tasteful and blandly elegant as expected. Charlize Theron looked gorgeous in red, Kerry Washington dared to be different in leather, and Best Supporting Actress winner Alicia Vikander killed it as the Oscars…
Essence hosted its annual Women in Hollywood luncheon on Thursday in Beverly Hills, where Oprah held all the secrets of the world in her tiny little lenses. More flowy looks and busy prints from Zendaya, Tracee Ellis Ross and more below.
Remember the Grammys a few weeks ago? The red carpet was fine. Lady Gaga, who just five years ago arrived in a dinosaur egg, wore Marc Jacobs. We expect musicians to get a little looser, to play with their artistic leeway in their looks more than actors, but for the most part they wore some variation of evening gown,…
After last night’s red carpet extravaganza, we kind of thought the crazy would continue at the afterparties. Alas, it looks like a lot of the bigger celebs of the evening were like, “Byeee going to In-N-Out!” That said, from the Universal Music Group’s afterparty to Mark Ronson’s chill hang shebang, here’s a roundup…
Bright-eyed American stars and British unknowns converged at the BAFTA Awards on Sunday night at London’s Royal Opera House. Cate Blanchett surveyed her kingdom, Tom Cruise resumed his mission to lure Leonardo DiCaprio to Xenu’s sanctuary, and Idris Elba... yes.
Kerry Washington, Viola Davis and Laverne Cox all, unsurprisingly, ruled the red carpet at Friday’s NAACP Vision Awards. White gowns, classic embellished black and pops of pastel were the fashion themes of the evening. The good, the bad, and everything else below.
Leonardo DiCaprio gazed knowingly (as if he knows something), Laverne Cox brought her charm, and the most unattractive couple on the planet threw their love in everyone’s faces at the “diverse” SAG Awards on Saturday night. More Grecian looks and ill-fitting prom gowns below.
Ah, the awards show afterparty—where drunk celebrities, having finally consumed food, can change into more comfortable outfits and hit on each other.
Wednesday night’s People’s Choice Awards seemed by and large an endless procession of Who?s promoting their forthcoming television pilots on Freeform and 32nd seasons of shows no one over 12 watches on MTV. But for the most part the red carpet style was a nice balance between cocktail casual and subdued, modern glitz.…
Space was the place for Monday night’s red carpet premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, probably the most-anticipated movie in American history or at least since The Revenant. Not even at ComicCon have we seen such a confluence of high-fashion glamour and utter commitment to nerddom unite in one common goal, but…
On Thursday night, Rihanna threw her 2nd Annual Diamond Ball gala at Barker Hanger in Santa Monica, California, to support her Clara Lionel Foundation. From Zendaya to Kylie Jenner—and even Tyga—nearly everyone cleaned up nicely for the queen. Still, no ANTI album anywhere in sight.
The annual British Fashion Awards took place last night at London’s Coliseum, and it was a flurry of pursed lips, restrained ensembles, and fawning praise for the British fashion “family,” which I am imagining as the kind of family that doesn’t like to give hugs and makes everyone figure out their own dinner.
The stars of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 brought their B- game to the red carpet for the film’s L.A. premiere on Monday night; here’s Jennifer Lawrence wearing effortless disaffection. More looks below.
Glamour held its annual women of the year awards Monday night, and it was apparently verklempt with empowerment.
The biggest country stars in the world did their best to look polished and modern at Wednesday night’s CMA Awards, but some fared better than others. See all the cowboy hats, embroidery and coordinated couples below.
Hello hello and good morning! The VMAs were a mess, as usual, but the red carpet was somewhat—SOMEWHAT—more subdued. Let’s dive in.