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Voluminous Drapes, Clean Cuts & Some Balmain at the Peoples' Choice Awards

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.…

Uniting to Defeat the Force of Wack Fashion at the Star Wars Red Carpet Premiere

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…

Fall Hues and Defiant Baby Blues at the British Fashion Awards 

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.

Pastel Suits, Rose Mullets, and a Thousand Miss Kentuckys at The Derby

This Saturday marked the 141st running of the Kentucky Derby, an event near and dear to my heart because I am from Kentucky and... I went to the Derby one time. It was cool! Anyway, this year’s race was host to a record-breaking crowd of over 170,000 mint julep-totin’, fancy hat wearin’ Southerners and a bunch of…

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Silk Gowns, Actual Men, and Tiny Armanis at the Critic's Choice Awards

Last night's entry in Awards Season Race to the Oscars was the Critic's Choice Awards, where a veritable mélange of humans came together under the same roof for possibly the first time (just assuming Reese Witherspoon, Niecy Nash, and Jenny Slate do not hang out together on the regs), and we learned that Angelina…