Behold this gift bestowed to us by one shrewd photographer! You see before you the glorious Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda on the set of their forthcoming film, Mary Poppins Returns.
Look how much fun this woman is having. I mean that sincerely. Just look.
On Monday night, Justin Bieber wore a resplendent (depending on your taste) gigantic fur coat in 60-degree West Hollywood weather, paired with vintage Saved By the Bell jeans. The fur? It’s real.
Tove Lo wore this custom blood orange (the color of love) uterus dress to the ARIA Awards in Australia on Tuesday night. Too revealing?
Rihanna wears a t-shirt with a recent photo of Rihanna wearing a t-shirt of a throwback photo of Hillary Clinton wearing a Yankees cap. It’s clear who Rihanna is supporting this Election Day. I’m with she who is with her who is with her.
Charli XCX, whose closet(s) must be a covetable dream world of iridescence and fantasy fur, arrived on the MTV EMAs red carpet in Rotterdam Sunday evening dressed like a party mermaid in shimmery paillettes and pink bear mitts of an apparent infinity shawl. If I were a pop star, I’d absolutely do this too.
As the world crumbles around us, some things still plod on — like the Obama’s 13th and final state dinner, happening tonight. Let Michelle Obama’s stunning dress be the light that carries you through for the rest of this month, for it is truly fucking amazing and so, so beautiful.
In the face of a week full of Very Bad Things, let us direct our attention to something positive, like these pictures of Lupita Nyong’o radiating at the London Film Festival premiere of her latest, The Queen of Katwe.
“Wyd...,” North West thought to herself, while surrounded by frightening, tall-sized kids dressed like humongous cats at the revival of Cats, a Broadway musical (starring Leona Lewis) that Auntie Kourtney drug North along to so she could experience the Arts firsthand even though all she wanted to do was eat an…
It’s the Year of Simone, a tagline that in another context might be corny, but here is melting all inclinations towards cynicism (dubious news coverage notwithstanding). These two incredible women have made us proud to be freakin’ American despite it all and will provide lessons about talent, tenaciousness, hard work…
Please turn your attention to the gentleman on the right, in the slightly less unfortunate of the two ensembles before us. He is Marine Corps veteran Mark Geist, and if you’ll look carefully, his fly is down.
These dancers at the Ghostbusters premiere on Saturday got to meet the stars. For some reason, some people think it’s important to have women lead films. Look at the expression on these little girls and you’ll see just what that reason is.
Bey took advantage of the temperate weather in New York today in an impeccable, easy look that proved that one does not have to sacrifice style to be comfortable, and that the dreaded athleisure is not the only avenue to cozy dressing.
A man, a look: Pharrell attended Wednesday night’s Country Music Awards dressed in full hunting camo and white Tims, the former personally customized with his signature paintjob.
When Buffalo Bill wants to wear someone else, he asks them to moisturize frequently while starving in a well decorated with fingernails. When Perez Hilton wants to wear someone else, he prints their faces on a onesie.
The Go-Go’s, reunited for their final tour this summer 38 years after the band formed, hit the Billboard Music Awards red carpet before their farewell performance. Jane Wiedlin’s like YOU WILL NEVER FORGET ME!
Formerly engaged couple Sean Penn and Charlize Theron shared appropriate levels of affection on the red carpet while leaving the premiere of The Last Face on Friday.
Sheryl Crow flipped my image of her (professional lounger who strums her guitar and makes cold press juice all day and all night on the private beach of her Santa Monica mansion) on its side by appearing on the cover of next month’s Country Living.
This is an open thread to discuss what will probably be the best dressed First Lady of our time. There are a few more looks from the White House Correspondents’ Dinner I’d like to discuss as well.