Braids will always be bountiful in the world of beauty, but lately it seems that celebrities are taking to a new kind of plait: the conjoined braid. This twisted style starts as a French braid that frames your face before cascading into a long tail. Celebrities like Jennifer Hudson and Rita Ora have been spotted sporting the style, and Lucy Liu added a formal flair to her braid when she walked it down the red carpet at the Golden Globes. A new twist can add some life to an otherwise played-out style, but will you be taking the conjoined braid out for a spin?
The Golden Globes are underway — and already we've been inundated with serious red-carpet glamour. We're breaking down every arrival right here so you don't miss a moment of the frock action. We've spotted Nicole Richie dazzling in an embellished Naeem Khan number, Naomi Watts bringing major glamour in a dramatic burgundy Zac Posen gown, Jennifer Lawrence looking red-hot in a strapless Dior couture number, and much (much!) more. Click on, this is just the beginning of what is always one of the nights of the 2013 awards season.
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Rachel Bilson, AnnaLynne McCord and Lucy Liu were among the actresses who stepped out for yesterday's CW, CBS and Showtime 2012 Summer TCA Party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. The ladies were out to support their TV shows Hart of Dixie, 90210 and CBS's new Sherlock-based Elementary, respectively. They were ready for cocktails and mingling after their network hosted panels touting the new seasons of their programs during the day. Lucy joined her leading man, Jonny Lee Miller, to explain how their version of Sherlock Holmes is different from Robert Downey Jr.'s big-screen franchise and the BBC's Sherlock. For starters, Lucy, a woman, plays Watson, Sherlock's sidekick.
Rachel, AnnaLynne and Lucy made the rounds saying hi to Showtime stars Michael C. Hall, of Dexter, Episodes' Matt LeBlanc, and Don Cheadle from House of Lies. AnnaLynne's 90210 co-stars Jessica Lowndes and Matt Lanter were on hand, too. Rounding things out for the three networks were a handful of CBS leading ladies like Two Broke Girls' Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings. Click through to see even more stars, including Jaime King, Tyra Banks, Lisa Kudrow and Katie Cassidy.
At yesterday's CW, CBS, and Showtime Summer TCA party, it was all about easy daytime glamour. To prove it, we've got Jaime King, Rachel Bilson, Sophia Bush, Lucy Liu, and Emmy Rossum leading the TV starlet pack in five killer 'fits. While Hart of Dixie co-stars Jaime and Rachel opted for feminine Stella McCartney and sleek borrowed-from-the-boys pieces respectively, Sophia made a siren statement in a form-fitting LRD and black peep-toe pumps. Rounding out the star-studded style, Lucy Liu sizzled in a black cut-out J. Mendel dress and Emmy Rossum channeled demure sex appeal in a lacy Zuhair Murad number. While these ladies' party wares certainly provide a cool burst of cocktail dressing inspiration, it's time for you to weigh in — whose outfit is most Fab?
The 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards will take place on Monday and, as usual, we'll be bringing you all the news on hair, makeup and gowns as soon as the stars start to hit the red carpet. But for now, let's take a look at some memorable beauty looks from past SAG Awards. Some are extreme, while others — like Lea Michele's tousled curls from last year — are simply lovely. Which ones are your favourite looks and which ones made you laugh out loud?
You know how it works: with every Best Dressed list, there’s a Worst Dressed to follow. And while there are some looks that are truly tragic, at least they keep things interesting — it would be a boring red carpet if everyone looked perfect! This list includes stars who are usually on form but suffered an Emmys slip up (Jennifer Garner, SJP) as well as some unfamiliar faces who let their gowns (or lack of) get all the attention. Remember to tune back in to Fab on Monday for all the 2011 red carpet action as it happens, but for now check out some of the worst Emmys dresses from years past!
The countdown is officially on! With only six sleeps until the 2011 Emmy Awards, we're hitting the rewind button to reminisce about beauty looks from years gone by. From the starlets of Gossip Girl and Glee to beauties from years gone by, we've seen more than a few gorgeous red carpet moments. Sure there were some misses mixed sparingly throughout the bunch, but nine times out of 10, most stars look absolutely stunning at the Emmys. Check out 15 stars who sparkled at TV's biggest event.
Following a quick trip to Australia two weeks ago, where she caught up with family and bought toys for her girls, Nicole Kidman and hubby Keith Urban have settled back into life in the US. Today they attended the New York screening of Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, where Nicole was a scarlet lady in a red dress and matching lipstick. On the weekend Nicole was one of the lucky stars invited to attend the BAFTA Brits to Watch Gala, where she mingled with Prince William and Kate Middleton. Other stars who turned out for the screening include Lucy Liu, Olivia Munn, pregnant Ivanka Trump, Deborra-lee Furness and the film’s star, Li Bingbing.
Last night the inside of Event Cinemas on George Street was transformed to look like an animated version of China for the Sydney premiere of Kung Fu Panda 2, which was held as part of the Sydney Film Festival. Traditional Chinese dragon dancers and musicians hit the red carpet ahead of stars Jack Black, Lucy Liu, director Jennifer Yuh Nelson and DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, while a life-size version of Po the panda also made the rounds to entertain young guests. Jack hammed it up for the cameras by showing off his best kung fu moves, while we chatted to Lucy, Jennifer and Jeffrey about bringing the popular panda hero and his friends back for a second outing. Lucy said voicing Viper for the sequel was “nice because you feel like you’re coming home,” and that it was much easier to ease into the role a second time. Many Aussie stars who attended saw the premiere as an opportunity to treat the whole family to a night out — especially those with young kids, such as Kylie Gillies and Peter O’Brien.