It's not that hard to look chic when you're wearing head-to-toe Dior. That's what Naomi Watts did last night at a party celebrating the reopening of Kirna Zabete, the much-loved New York boutique. Watts wore a pale blue silk jacquard dress with a red graphic floral print from the house as well as a pair of black heels. It makes sense — a section of the new store is dedicated to Dior wares.
Black dresses aside, Kelly Rowland and Allison Williams couldn't have looked more different last night at the Winter Ball for Autism in New York City. Kelly made her first appearance since her engagement in a curve-hugging number with shimmering embellishment along its left sleeve.
Meanwhile, Allison Williams had a princess moment in a lace gown with a full tiered skirt by Oscar de la Renta. She finished off the dramatic ensemble with a sleek clutch, which was also by the brand, a statement cocktail ring, and a pair of matching earrings. Whose take on the classic black dress did you think won on the red carpet?
There's no question that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley can rock a red suit, but when she stepped out for the British Fashion Awards in her slim Antonio Berardi design, the question became: is something missing? A close look (and who wouldn't want to gaze upon the model longer?) revealed that in reality she was wearing colorblock trousers and ultrasleek stilettos with a result that was less shocking than stunning. Read on to get a closer look at the design and tell us if you too were duped by her slacks.
The scene at Monday's British Fashion Awards looked more like a runway than a red carpet — and with good reason. The evening celebrated the best the British fashion industry has to offer, and models and celebrities came out to support their designer friends in droves.
Kate Moss was there to receive a Special Recognition Award for her 25-year-long career, and the likes of Alexa Chung and Rita Ora were also spotted on the red carpet. So were Clémence Poésy, Laura Carmichael of TV's Downton Abbey, street style star Caroline Issa, and supermodel Arizona Muse.
A look at what they all wore here in the gallery.
Let's face it: it's been years since Victoria Beckham left that house in neon green Roberto Cavalli gowns and bright orange Jimmy Choo sandals, but recently her style's gone to a particularly dark place. From her plunging column dress at the Bambi Awards to her cutout design for the Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards and her Vogue Paris cover — it's even rubbing off on her celebrity friends — we're sensing a trend in Victoria's recent red carpet style.
For the Class of '92 premiere, Victoria stuck to her all-black palette, including a military-inspired coat, sleek stilettos, and a deceptive clutch — which from one angle appeared to have colour, but upon closer inspection was revealed to be metallic (you guessed it!) black. Now that Victoria's gone to the dark side, do you think she should stay there?
We watched her all year long and came to one conclusion: we've never seen Olivia Palermo in an outfit we didn't love — or wanted to recreate. In years past, we'd tune in to The City just to see what she'd wear, but this year, we got our style fix watching her front row at Fashion Weeks around the world, playing dress-up for Oscar de la Renta as the face of the designer's Outnet collection, and strolling the streets of New York City alongside beau Johannes Huebl. In every case, one thing holds true: we pretty much want everything she's wearing.
With that in mind, we've put together an Olivia Palermo lookbook — complete with every one of the fashion darling's eclectic, cool, and utterly chic ensembles from 2013. Click through to garner a little inspiration and see why Olivia was best dressed all year long.
Celebrities have a million excuses to dress up — another premiere, another red carpet, another dinner, or award show — so who better to get a little party-dressing inspiration from? We've had our eye on this pack of glamazons, like Olivia Palermo, Jessica Alba, and Hilary Rhoda making the rounds in sparkly cocktail dresses, party-perfect LBDs, and even a jumpsuit or two (more on that inside!) as they've hit their respective events. Now, we're giving you a monthlong recap on their gorgeous ensembles to repurpose for your most eventful time of the year. Hoping to nail down your look for the big office party? Or seeking out the perfect little party dress for your best friend's bash? Click on for 31 days of Christmas party material, all courtesy of some very fabulously, festively attired celebs.
Scandal star Kerry Washington is pregnant with her first child — and what a stylish few months of maternity it's been! Recently, the actress has travelled everywhere from the Emmys red carpet in Hollywood to the stage of Saturday Night Live in New York — and every time she steps in front of the cameras, she's even more beautifully turned out than the last.
That's because this star approaches personal style as "a way to define who I am out in the world versus the character I am playing," she said in a recent interview with Lucky. And as far as we can tell, this woman is going to be one stylish mum. Check out her best looks since the beginning of her reported pregnancy, here in the gallery.
If the role of Winter princess was up for grabs, we're pretty sure Taylor Swift would have nabbed it. The country star already perfected gold at this past weekend's American Music Awards, and now she's moved on to shimmery white and silver. The long Reem Acra Spring 2014 gown she selected for the Winter Whites Gala, held at Kensington Palace in London, had a small ruffle on the side and an embellished bodice that rested off her shoulders. She finished off the look with simple accessories, including a Jenny Packham clutch and Rene Caovilla heels. It just might be the epitome of Winter glamour, but is it lacking something for you? Vote below!