The official caption on this photo is “Julianne Hough stops to purchase some gum at a gas station on Sunset Blvd,” and although it’s pretty obvious she’s either going to or coming from a fancier event, I prefer to think that this is the outfit she wore specifically to go out and buy some gum. It may be a bit formal for a gas station, but I’m loving the all-white ensemble and funky accessories (those shoes are seriously fierce). I’ve gotta step up my gas station fashion game. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
NYC has been having some pretty lovely spring temperatures for a few days, but it suddenly got brisk again over the weekend. That didn’t stop January Jones from going barelegged though — and I’m especially impressed considering she’s used to those balmy Southern California days. What we ladies do for the right outfit, amiright? I will save my own barelegged attempt at this chic outfit for a warmer day — I’m not as burly as January is. Get the deets after the jump! Keep reading »
Jennifer Lawrence showed up at this weekend’s GLAAD Media Awards missing about six inches of her trademark long locks. I think she looks gorgeous, and I’m having to pysically hold myself back from bringing this picture to my stylist and saying, “Gimme!” (Must. Resist. Impulsive. Haircuts. Must. Commit. To. Growing. Hair. Out.) Do you share my affection for her new look? Or are you yearning for her long Katniss braid? Tell us below! [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
I don’t often dole out the “perfection” moniker, but Winona Ryder’s outfit — worn to the opening of the Ben Foster/Alec Baldwin Broadway play “Orphans” — is pretty great. Winona, who doesn’t seem to age at all, is wearing black leggings with a black sweater and white button-down underneath. It’s simple, classic and completely elegant. A totally chic chick. [Photo: Getty]
I’ve loved Emily Blunt ever since her delightfully bitchy turn as Meryl Streep’s assistant in “The Devil Wears Prada.” Her marriage to John Krasinski has only increased my desire to be her BFF (can you imagine couples game night with those two?!). Emily was recently photographed looking cute and casual while strolling through the airport, and I want to steal her style. You too? Shopping details after the jump! Keep reading »
Tiffany blue is one of the most famous colors in the world. So it’s no surprise that Thursday night, as stars gathered at Tiffany & Co.’s Blue Book Ball at Rockefeller Center, there’d be a lot of blue on the red carpet. Gwyneth Paltrow wore a light blue Ralph Lauren number, while Kate Hudson did her best blue in Reem Acra. Jessica Biel paired her Tiffany’s jewelry with an Elie Saab gown, and Michelle Williams wore a somewhat shapeless Katie Ermilio gown. Model Cato van Ee also came dressed in blue. But we want to know: Who do you think looks best?
Leigh Lezark, one-third of the notorious New York City-based DJ trio The Misshapes, generally dresses all sorts of fabulous: the Chanel ambassador (Karl loves her) sticks to a simple monochromatic palette and streamlined shapes punctuated by killer accessories. So. With that said. What fresh hell is this? What kind of occasion even calls for this sort of attire? What is the Calzedonia Summer Show Forever Together, and are there calzones? Because it sounds like a place where there would be calzones.
Sometimes I see an outfit and I respond in ways far beyond, “Oh, that’s cute.” No, sometimes I see an outfit and I imagine myself wearing it. I imagine where I’m wearing it and who is with me and what I am eating and drinking and saying while I’m wearing it. It’s not just an outfit, it’s a life. Or something.
Like, I see this outfit on Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and I imagine myself wearing it — albeit with the pants a few sizes bigger, with a shorter hem, because this is me not some supermodel — as I stroll the streets of some town in the South of France. I am smoking, but the cigarettes don’t cause cancer in this imaginary world, and I am holding hands with my French fling and he’s more intelligent than in real life, though his English is still atrocious, but that’s what makes our conversations so charming. And suddenly he stops, sets the bottle of wine he was carrying down on the cobble-stoned street, and using his gold pinky-ringed hand, he lifts the brim of my terribly chic hat that only works on some people, and he kisses me. It is terribly romantic, but then a stray cat wanders over and knocks over the wine onto my suede shoes, but we don’t care because this outfit is perfect. The End. [Photos: Fame/Flynet]
Ooh, nipple-y! Beyonce‘s “Mrs. Carter Show” World Tour kicked off in Belgrade, Serbia, last night, which means we finally – finally! – got a look at the costumes. The confirmed designers who contributed their wares to Beyonce’s tour closet include Julien Macdonald, Dsquared2, and Pucci. Click through to see what Bey rocked for her first night on stage, starting with this little sequined faux tits-and-abs number… [Photos: Splash News]
Huzzah, outdoor music festival season has started! Crowds! Disgusting port-a-potties! Overpriced water! Blistering temperatures! And, oh yeah, tons of awesome bands playing in the same space! Each festival season, this highly lucrative meshing of art and consumerism kickstarts in Indio, California, with the two-weekend-long Coachella Music Festival. Located just a few hours away from Hollywood, Coachella is also where the celebs head to let down their hair, expose their navals, channel their designer hippie vibe, smoke pot in public, and culturally-appropriate as much as possible. Let’s review who’s been spotted this year thus far, by learning what happens when celebs go to Coachella…