Now that Amanda Seyfried has made her porn (well, kinda) debut in “Lovelace,” we realize we’ve been neglectful in reviewing this blonde’s most stylin’ moments. And believe us, she has come a looong way from her days of “people just forget about her because she’s such a slut” Karen from “Mean Girls.” Okay, so that probably wasn’t the best analogy. But people, we mean her style. She’s seemed to evolve from the safe girl-next-door to fierce risk taker … and we like it.
What’s not to love about Cate Blanchett? The Australian star of “Blue Jasmine” is awesomely gorgeous, and she’s totally killed it in every role she’s played, including Katherine Hepburn and Bob Dylan. She’s classy as hell, really chill (I’d assume), and wears the coolest clothes ever — which caused me massive stress in trying to narrow this list down to just ten looks. No wonder every designer is clamoring to dress her.
Taylor Swift: love her or hate her (probably hate her), you have to admit her style has undergone a huge makeover lately. I don’t know about you, but whenever I saw pictures of Taylor, my mind instantly thought of a 1940s school girl or a Delia’s catalog. However, since her curls have suspiciously straightened and her bangs take up half her face, she’s turned up the sex appeal and has finally looked age- and decade-appropriate. We’ll sing (off-tune) to that.
Whether she’s portraying Daisy Buchanan in “The Great Gatsby,” Irene in “Drive,” or Winnie Gekko in “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” one thing is for certain: Carey Mulligan always shows up in style. Here are our 10 top picks from her red carpet tenure thus far, and she’s only just begun …
Rosario Dawson is my friggin’ dream girl. She has one of those crazy serendipitous discovery stories — Larry Clark and Harmony Korine, who collaborated on “Kids,” literally saw her sitting on her front stoop in the Lower East Side and cast her in the film immediately. From there Rosario went on to star in big-budget flicks like “He Got Game,” “Josie and the Pussycats,” and, uh, a ton of other movies. She has 6 films coming out this year alone! Since Rosario is killing it right now (also, always), let’s take a walk down memory lane and check out her 10 best red (or blue/grey/green/what have you) carpet looks of all time!
Saoirse Ronan (pronounced “Sir-sha”) first came to our attention as conniving young Briony Tallis in the amazing 2007 film adaptation of “Atonement.” She followed that up by appearing as murder victim Susie in “The Lovely Bones” and as the titular bad-ass young assassin in “Hanna.” For an 18-year-old, she’s certainly accomplished a lot.
Her latest film is “The Host,” a sci-fi thriller about an alien invasion. Saoirse plays Melanie Stryder, a young woman whose body has been invaded by an alien “soul,” who must find and protect her loved ones. In short, we’re seeing it.
Above, we take a look back at some of Saoirse’s best fashion moments.
Give it up for Jessica Biel, star of the upcoming romantic comedy “Playing For Keeps” — and, you know, Mrs. Justin Timberlake — who really took her sartorial efforts up a notch this year. Rocking extra long locks and heavy fringe, Biel donned many statement making dresses and daring pantsuits in 2012, making her a standout style star in our book. Let’s take a look at her 10 best…
Happy birthday, Rosie! The gorgeous English model turns 25 today, and she has plenty of reasons to celebrate. Rosie was a relative unknown until 2008, when she scored her big break by way of the opportunity of a lifetime: Burberry’s chief creative director, Christopher Bailey, chose the Victoria’s Secret catalogue model to replace Agyness Deyn in the British fashion house’s fall/winter ad campaign. It was all uphill from then on, with a British Vogue cover following shortly thereafter. Now Rosie is practically a household name, nearly as ubiquitous a model as her VS Angel counterparts Alessandra Ambrosio or Adriana Lima, and it shouldn’t take any more than a look at her to fathom what makes her a star (here’s a hint: it’s not ”Transformers”). Her intimidating beauty and leggy stature is offset by a quiet British modesty and sense of propriety, not to mention a standout dress sense. Rosie doesn’t do it all on her own, so let’s give credit where credit is due — Cher Coulter, the stylist also behind Kate Bosworth, Elizabeth Olsen, and Sienna Miller, to name a few, is the one responsible for Rosie’s elegant, casual, always impeccable look. Yeah, I want Cher to be my stylist, too! Check out my picks for Rosie’s ten best red carpet looks (disregarding the fact that this girl looks good in literally anything and everything) in the gallery above.
Greta Gerwig has had ensemble roles in movies like “Greenberg” and “No Strings Attached.” But in her new film, Whit Stillman’s “Damsels in Distress,” Gerwig goes from quirky best friend to leading lady. She plays Violet, the head of a trio of prudent coeds who aims to help her fellow flailing students at fictional Seven Oaks College. Since landing on the Hollywood scene four years ago, Greta’s made quite a style impact, too. Check out her fashion evolution!
Salma Hayek may have recently admitted that she was acne-ridden and depressed for much of her 20s, but you wouldn’t know it from looking at her these days. The woman is the very definition of a classic Hollywood glamour girl and she happens to be very dedicated to doing charity and good works, too. She and her multi-billionaire husband, Henri Francois Pinault, attend lots of fashion shows together (it’s very cute!) and seem to provide a very loving home for their daughter Valentina. All in all, Salma turned out pretty damn awesome, despite — or maybe because of — her early-20s trouble. And we love her voluptuous curves and the way she really fills out a fancy gown. After the jump, 1o of our all-time favorite Salma styles.