With attention now on France for Paris Fashion Week, I'm celebrating the most fashionable French females who consistently impress with their sartorial choices. From actresses like Marion Cotillard and Clémence Poésy to models such as Noémie Lenoir and Constance Jablonski, beauties from France have graced red carpets and catwalk shows across the world this year. Take a look at my pick including Eva Green, Audrey Tautou, Carla Bruni, Catherine Deneuve, Juliette Binoche and Carine Roitfeld, and tell me who is most fab!
Velvet, satin, netting, lace and sheer fabrics were all on display at the Dark Shadows premiere in London last night. Michelle Pfeiffer wore a satin burgundy strapless Lanvin dress with Sergio Rossi peep toe heels for the UK premiere at Empire Leicester Square, while Helena Bonham Carter was unsurprisingly eye-catching in a Vivienne Westwood frock with heaps of netting. Chloe Moretz embraced British culture by wearing a red McQ Alexander McQueen AW12 dress in velvet and broderie anglais. Her costar Eva Green also went for velvet in Tom Ford, while Bella Heathcote wore lace Pucci and Paloma Faith was in sheer Dolce & Gabbana. Click through to see all the outfits, and tell me who was most fab!
Johnny Depp had the company of his Dark Shadows costars, Michelle Pfeiffer, in Lanvin, a Tom Ford-clad Eva Green, and Chloe Moretz last night for their big LA premiere. Director Tim Burton was on hand as well, and he stopped to pose for a handful of photos with his frequent collaborator Johnny. Johnny and Tim's latest effort, the story of a vampire who comes back to life after being buried for 200 years, is out in the US on Friday, May 11.
On the black carpet, Johnny spoke about what scares him. He said, "Dancing. The idea of dancing is the only thing that scares me. I'd rather fight a buzz saw than dance." Johnny apparently even invited Steven Tyler to the premiere! Steven, who planted a kiss on Cloris Leachman in full view of the photographers, said Johnny personally called to extend an invitation. Steven said that Johnny pleaded, "Come to the premiere and come jam with us after."
It was a busy night on the red carpet at the 2011 BAFTA Awards. Stars were appearing at the Royal Opera House in droves, so you could easily over look some of the beautiful details. Fortunately, I have rounded up photos of these all important aspects so that you can take a closer look. Click through to zoom in on the accessories, jewellery, dress details and even shoes of the red carpet stars.
After their time onstage, the stars at the BAFTAs made their way to the press room. The winners, including Colin Firth and Helena Bonham Carter, posed happily with their awards, while the presenters had photos taken too. Dominic Cooper and Rosamund Pike laughed off their autocue difficulty together, while The King's Speech cast and crew gathered together after the Best Film award was given out. Emma Watson and Rupert Grint represented Harry Potter, while two ex-Skins castmembers turned Hollywood stars attended — Dev Patel and Nicholas Hoult. Check out all the winners here, and click through to see all the photos from backstage!
The women brought a range of beautiful looks to the BAFTA Awards red carpet in London this evening. Kimberley Walsh went for a nude Ashley Isham gown with full hair and long lashes. Emma Watson wore a long romantic dress, while J K Rowling went for a printed number. Red carpet host Rachel Stevens accessorised her nude dress with gold.
Actresses from across the Atlantic brought lots of colour to the red carpet. Jennifer Lawrence was one of several stars sporting blue. Emma Stone matched her dress to the carpet in a bright shade and settled on feminine makeup. Jessica Alba went for electric blue and red lips, and wore her hair in plaits. Amy Adams went with a coral Elie Saab number.
British stars also wore a variety of outfits. Tilda Swinton wore a sharp trouser suit, while Thandie Newton went all out in a big pink frock and subtle makeup. Gemma Arterton's blue sash and red lipstick brought some colour to her LBD, while Helena Bonham Carter was surprisingly conservative in an all-black Vivienne Westwood ensemble. Make sure you vote on all of BellaUK and FabUK's polls, and make your choice about who was best dressed.
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Red hot lipstick was all the rage on the 2011 Bafta Awards red carpet. The ladies from both sides of the pond ruled the night with their showstopping lips paired with a touch of bronzer, deep eyeliner and shapely brows. Out of the eight women shown below, who do you think reigns as the red lipstick queen of the night?
The Sundance Film Festival kicked off at the weekend, and celebs continued to flock there yesterday — including Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher, who cosied up at The Details afterparty. The weekend attracted a star studded lineup including James Franco in a blonde wig, and Kate Bosworth at her two premieres, as well as Idiot Brother Paul Rudd and his castmates. Paul Bettany, Zachary Quinto and Penn Badgley cuddled up at a photocall for their movie Margin Call, while Buzz loved Emma Roberts and Freddie Highmore's new film Homework. Click through to see all the celebs!
There's a lot more happening in Perfect Sense than what we can garner from the film's first preview. It starts out as a seemingly standard love story: Eva Green plays a scientist who is tired of dating after choosing too many jerks — that is, until a handsome chef (Ewan McGregor) charms his way to her heart through her stomach. Unfortunately, their sweet affair quickly gets mucked up when Green's character asks McGregor's if he has any secrets.
Though it's unclear what exactly is happening in the trailer, a little bit of research sheds light on the other side of the story. As their romance is blossoming, an epidemic is taking the world around them by storm. It starts when one man starts crying uncontrollably out of the blue and is promptly left with no sense of smell. Soon this affliction that affects first the emotions and then the senses begins to spread inexplicably, affecting lives all over the globe.