Milla Jovovich was spotted at the Cannes premiere of the new Liberace biopic “Behind the Candelabra” (Yes! Michael Douglas as Liberace and Matt Damon as his lover!). Her red carpet combo is pretty daring, even for Milla — showing quite a lot of side … well, not boob exactly, but ribs? Torso? Chest cavity? I don’t even know. I’ve loved Milla ever since she was 15 and modeling for Sassy and claiming that her favorite book was Dostoyevsky’s Crime & Punishment. I mean, isn’t that precious? So yeah, big fan. But this shirt doesn’t look so much like a shirt as a strange apron or something? I mean, Milla can pull it off, I guess, but what do you think? [Photo: Pacific Coast News]
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Did y’all see Ke$ha at the Billboard Music Awards and think, “Wow, she’s brave to wear so little makeup at such a star-studded event.” If so then you’re probably dead or an Evangelical or work for Hollywood Life or something because the rest of the world was agog about her Givenchy dress that showed off her formidable haunches.
Sidebutt (or “Side-butt”) is now A Thing after the “Die Young” singer pranced down the blue carpet like a prized racehorse to show off how the human body reacts to infinite amounts of squat-thrust exercises. Read more on Celebuzz…
I know doing a Well Played post about Heidi Klum on the beach is painfully predictable, like, “Oh really? Heidi Klum looked great at the beach? YOU DON’T SAY.” But this picture caught my eye because beach outfits and swimsuit cover-ups are always, always brightly colored floral prints, and then here’s Heidi chilling on the beach with her bodyguard boyfriend in this black and white striped Beetlejuice-y dress. It’s an unexpected choice, and it looks awesome. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
Jennifer Lawrence is at the Cannes film festival to promote the latest “Hunger Games” movie, “The Hunger Games: Murder Party, USA.” Actually it’s called “Catching Fire,” which is an equally obtuse name, but whatever. Here are three outfits JLaw’s worn thus far on her current trip to Cannes. She — or her stylist, whichever — seems to be favoring black and white (again) and pointy pumps. I like all three outfits, for different reasons — the white gown has a surprise pop of color on the bow; the black and white gown is classy and grown up; and I really love the flirtiness of the black bodice top (though those pants, gross).
But what do you think?
Sure, some people won some awards and such at last night’s Billboard Music Awards and that’s great. But we want to talk about two things: the awesome face Taylor Swift made at Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber, and what everyone wore. Like, it’s kind of shocking how absolutely normal and elegant Nicki Minaj looks, right? She’s positively demure here, in a flattering red gown. What’s happened to the Nicki we once knew? The one who once wore this to an award’s show? Ah well, we’ll always have Ke$ha. After the jump, more of the good, bad and totally what-the-hell-were-they-thinking. Keep reading »
The 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival began last week. Cannes is one of the biggest film festivals in the world, important not just because it manages to attract so many famous faces to one place, but because it’s where so many important film distribution and ownership deals go down. But who cares about that? The main thing is the glorious huge red carpet where celebs pose at premieres in some pretty intense outfits. All this week, we’ll be updating this gallery, to share some of the worst red carpet moments. Check out this gallery to see some of the most egregious fashion faux pas.
The 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival began last week. Cannes is one of the biggest film festivals in the world, important not just because it manages to attract so many famous faces to one place, but because it’s where so many important film distribution and ownership deals go down. But who cares about that? The main thing is the glorious and huge red carpet where celebs pose at premieres in some pretty intense outfits. All this week, we’ll be updating this gallery to share some of the best red carpet moments. Check out our favorite gowns from the festivities above!
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Last week, Ami and I were having a post-Soul Cycle glass of wine – as we do – when a man wearing a slightly askew black fedora and sunglasses wandered into the bar. “Oof, Justin Timberlake circa 2003 called and wants his hat back,” I whispered. Ami took a quick glance and grimaced as well. A second later, I realized something. “Hey! That’s Justin Theroux!” It seems Jennifer Aniston’s fiance — who, despite the catty way I feel about is headwear, is hilarious (have you seen “Wanderlust”?!) — was the man wearing the talisman of doucheitude. See, Timberlake in a fedora in 2003 was a brief moment in time when the look was kind of okay, but Theroux in a fedora in 2013? EGADS NO. Generally speaking, a fedora on a man should serve as a giant red flag. (And I say this, people, as someone who really, really love Channing Tatum, who never met a fedora he didn’t like and wear obsessively.) Keep reading »