It might be the last of the city on the Fashion Week itinerary, but Paris's front rows are already lined with famous fashion fans. The weekend drew out arrivals from an impeccably dressed Jessica Chastain at Viktor & Rolf and again at the recent Givenchy show, where she was joined by Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, showing off sleek black and white looks. To get caught up on all of this weekend's biggest arrivals, keep clicking to see which A-listers were parked front row at the shows.
After spotting a slew of fashionable stars sitting front row in New York, London, and Milan, we're turning our attention to Paris for the final Fashion Week stretch. It might be the last of the cities, but we have the utmost faith that the City of Light will deliver a parade of Parisian-chic front-row ensembles. First up, the Rochas show, where birthday girl Olivia Palermo showcased a sleek all-black ensemble, complete with dramatic cat-eye sunglasses. Right next to her was Anna Wintour, who gave a lesson in sophisticated layering. Chloë Moretz and Ashley Olsen also turned up in Paris to celebrate H&M's first-ever runway show in fashion-forward ensembles. Head inside to check out all the inspiring A-listers parked front row at the most fabulous PFW shows.
If we had to conjure up a guest list for the most fashionable dinner, last night's Chanel pre-Oscars affair would be it. With Best Actress nominee Jessica Chastain, Kate Bosworth, and January Jones leading the Chanel-clad attendee pack, there was no shortage of polished evening looks to pore through. Of course, it was as much about who wore the label's famous tweed wares (Chloë Moretz and Lily Collins included), as it was about honing in on the equally-iconic quilted bags, cap-toe pumps, costume pearls, and camellia-themed accents. Click on for an all-angles look at who wore what — down to the very last detail — at Chanel's pre-Oscars dinner.
Are you ready for another red carpet? Yesterday we switched between understated glamour of the BAFTAs and the flesh-flashing Grammys get-ups, and today ELLE Style Awards are rounding out the awards season trifecta with an elegant bunch of Britain's best-dressed. The Geldof girls went for opposite ends of the style spectrum; Pixie in a chic suit and Peaches in a super femme frock. Stella McCartney dressed two of the night's leading ladies with Kate Hudson opting for a lace-inset scarlet gown and cutie Chloë Moretz in her bold monochrome look. Our other fave? Elizabeth Olsen looking very cool thanks to fellow Brit-designer Christopher Kane. Step inside to see it all.
We spied a few new beauty looks at the Elle UK Style Awards today, an event hosted by the magazine following the BAFTAs. Elizabeth Olsen's hair was looking particularly long and glossy, while cutie Chloë Moretz went for a '60s up 'do and cool multicoloured pastel nails. Click through to see the ladies we loved the most.
The red carpet was rolled out at the Savoy Hotel in London for the UK Elle Style Awards today. The magazine usually holds their annual fashion celebration a day after the BAFTA Awards, which means some Hollywood stars are able to join in the fun with high-profile UK personalities — this year Elizabeth Olsen was among the stylish guests who stayed on in London. Kate Hudson turned heads in a strapless red dress designed by her friend Stella McCartney, who also posed on the red carpet with her husband Alasdhair Willis. Chloë Moretz chose a monochrome dress and almost blended in with the media wall, and pregnant Peaches Geldof was glowing in a pink lace gown. Click through to see the rest of the well-dressed celebrities.
Chloë Moretz turns sweet 16 today, and she's having a party — on her nails. Decked out in a multi-toned pastel manicure at her 16th birthday bash, which was thrown by Teen Vogue and Aeropostale in New York City, Chloë accented a few of her fingers with tweed-like designs. These types of texturised nail-art looks are hotter than ever (Creatures of Comfort just did a fabric-inspired manicure at New York Fashion Week), but what do you think of Chloë's trendy, tactile style? And happy birthday, Chloë!
When you're rounding out Paris Couture Fashion Week, there are bound to be more than a few looks to die for, right? This was the case this week as some of our fave sartorial stars hit the fashion circuit in outfits that catapulted them straight onto our best-dressed list. Diane Kruger was always going to be on the list — that girl works Chanel like it's nobody's business — and Lou Doillon was the perfect reminder of how the French are innately cool. Leelee Sobieski, who is knocking our socks off with her super-stylish return to the spotlight, made us desperate to own an iridescent orange Dior ballgown skirt and Australia's own Rose Byrne stunned in peach Balenciaga. There's plenty more to see — click through to check it all out!
We're hereby naming this week the week of the chop. With major three major stars taking the leap and chopping their hair — or parts of it ‐ off, it's evident that stylish manes are the main event in celebrity beauty right now. From Michelle Obama's fabulously full fringe, to Nicole Richie's practically perfect lob — we think she took inspiration from the Karlie Kloss-owned "haircut of the year" — there were so many looks that we loved this week. Also taking up residence in our top ten? Jennifer Lopez with her glowing natural beauty, Willa Holland and Rihanna with bold lips, and one perfect ponytail that we can't wait to try. Dive in to this very beauty-full celeb world to see the rest!
Bobby pins have long been the tools we use to expertly, and stealthily, keep our hair up. But lately they've been starring in the hair accessory game as accent pieces. Celebrities like Emily Blunt, Katharine McPhee and Chloë Moretz have been spotted using the hair classic more for their form than function. Emily pushed a single pin into her vintage coif at the Critics' Choice Awards, while Katharine and Chloë stacked a trio of pins each.
Stick to side-swept styles to make sure your hair doesn't look like you forgot to pull out your pin. All three women's bobbies were actually serving a purpose, too, and a wayward pin almost always looks like a mistake. As for colours, let the style dictate which ones you choose. Similar hues to your hair colour look classic, like Emily's pinned-back style. For a punchier take on things, try Katharine McPhee's colourful trio. Either way, you'll have a hair accessory that wins in both utility and chicness. And what's better than that?