Tonight at 9/8c on OWN, Rihanna sits down with Oprah for what is sure to be a tear-filled interview about music, her road to fame and, of course, her feelings on ex Chris Brown. A much lighter subject that we hope Oprah touches on? Rihanna’s sartorial evolution, in which she’s transitioned from sweetly sexy crop tops to glamorous evening gowns to trendsetting avante garde streetwear in the time some people go between haircuts. Above, a look back at Rihanna’s style over the years. And don’t miss “Oprah Next Chapter” tonight at 9/8c on OWN!
Since she first arrived in Hollywood via South Africa, actress Charlize Theron has been one of the most daringly chic and fashionable celebs the red carpet has ever seen. in honor of her upcoming film, “Snow White & The Huntmans,” in which she plays Queen Ravenna — who is obsessed with beauty and immortality — let’s take a look back at Theron’s style. Which, by the way, has only gotten better with age. Keep reading »
My, how Blake Lively has changed. I remember seeing her for the first time cast as the tomboyish soccer player Bridget in “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.” I would have never suspected that the spunky blonde who I fondly associated with a golden retriever would soon snag the role of the glossiest reformed bad girl to ever hit the Upper East Side, let alone grow into the face of Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld’s favorite fashion female. Color me impressed. More remarkable still, Blake has been outspoken about her lack of stylist, which may have a little (or a lot) to do with some of her more … shall we say, ill-advised sartorial choices. One of the things I love most about Blake? She’s not afraid to get risky. Click through for a brief history of Blake’s style.
Go ahead, put me down on the roster of people who were strongly opposed to Taylor Swift’s visage plastered across the February cover of Vogue. I’ve always thought of her as young, immature, and reeking of eau de teenybopper: cowboy boots, a guitar, and a prom dress? No, thanks. Lo and behold, the chops she showed in the magazine caught me off guard, and I’ve begun to see the country-pop songstress in a different light. She looks all kinds of grown-up on the cover, and photos of her draped in Rodarte on plush couches in the editorial show her to be a formidable fashion girl and clothes-hanger as well. Taylor has grown exponentially since she first appeared on the scene as a curly-haired, button-nosed country bumpkin. Maybe I can find a bit of room in my heart for her, after all. Here’s a look back at her style metamorphosis.