On another red carpet about 3,000 miles away from the People's Choice Awards, the ladies of HBO's Girls stepped out in NYC to celebrate the season two premiere. (For fellow fanatics, it comes back this Monday, 8.30 Showtime) But it wasn't just Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet, and Jemima Kirke making stylish waves — although we'll get to that in a minute — it seems as if much of the fashion industry and downtown cool-girl set were in attendance as well. On the short list: Solange Knowles went bold in a printed Just Cavalli Pre-Fall 2013 suit, Zoë Kravitz dressed in darker laid-back layers, Lily Kwong went two-tone in a peplum top and trousers, and Nicky Hilton opted for a leggier look via one pleated, flared black leather skirt. As for the show's main foursome? We loved how they effortlessly showed off their unique style. With Zosia in a black-and-white ruffled mini, Allison in a gilded Altuzarra top and skirt, Lena in a black Valentino jumpsuit, and Jemima in a flowy black maxi dress, it wasn't hard to see how each actress embodies and differs from their on-screen persona. Ready for more?
Leonardo DiCaprio debuted Django Unchained in NYC yesterday. Leo was joined by his co-stars Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson, as well as director Quentin Tarantino, on the red carpet. Leo, who is currently filming The Wolf of Wall Street, also celebrated alongside pals Olivia Wilde, John Legend, Liv Tyler and Cameron Diaz. Leo and Cameron have been seeing a lot of each other lately, as they were spotted celebrating for charity in NYC back in November.
Django's premiere came just ahead of this morning's SAG nominations. Despite all the awards season buzz around the film, it received zero nominations. Nonetheless, early reviews for Django Unchained are excellent. Australian audiences will get to see Quentin's latest for themselves when it's released on Jan. 24.
Ever since Audrey Hepburn made the pixie cut an iconic style, celebrities have been adopting this easy cut. Lately, it seems as if this cropped look has been popping up everywhere. From Anne Hathaway rocking her short 'do on The Dark Knight Rises publicity trail, to Michelle Williams and Zoe Kravitz who have also gone short, and prove that there are fun and flirty ways to personalise the style. Keep clicking to see five ways to own your pixie.
The Dark Knight Rises premiere took Gotham New York City yesterday, and with it, a bevy of stunning starlets showed off their red carpet prowess. To prove our point, we've got Zoe Kravitz in a sexy black mesh cut-out Emilio Pucci cocktail sheath and fashion darling Hailee Steinfeld in head-to-toe Marc Jacobs Resort '13 wares. However, it was the film's leading ladies who amped up the evening's A-list glamour. Anne Hathaway stunned in a sleek white Prabal Gurung gown, complete with plunging neckline, exposed bejewelled corset, and a peplum silhouette. Meanwhile, Marion Cotillard went for short and sweet in a ruffled ballerina-inspired Christian Dior Couture dress and embellished silver Christian Louboutin heels. Whether you're gravitating toward Zoe's dark and sultry ensemble or Anne's more ethereal number, it's time for you to decide — who's most fab?
All our favourites made the list this week: Alexa Chung and Poppy Delevingne were on the red carpet for and in Chanel (swoon), Taylor Schilling continues to impress style-wise for The Lucky One premiere events, Kristen Wiig wore a Stella McCartney lace jumpsuit and looked every inch the sexpot, and Rosie and Zoe won us over at Coachella in tiny denim shorts and effortless festival accessories. Click through to see who else made this week's top 10.
The Coachella Music Festival in Indio, CA, has come and gone, but we haven't forgotten the stylish celebrities who stepped out for both weekends of the indie festival. Kate Bosworth, Emma Watson, and Lauren Conrad are just a few of the stars who joined the festivities at Coachella's first weekend, and the second weekend proved to be just as stylish. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Kristen Stewart, and Zoe Kravitz showed off their festival best over this past weekend; see all of their looks in today's Fab Flash.
We're dissecting weekend two of the fashion fest that was Coachella 2012. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley donned a Style Stalker tux shirt (which, btw, you can still buy!), Zoe Kravitz and Lindsay Lohan both working crocheted numbers and Alicia Silverstone (and her too cute bub!) in double denim. The dress code (as always) is a mix of on-trend separates, statement accessories mixed with off-duty staples — pulled together with a distinctly bohemian twist. Want to see what the celebrity attendees wore to this year's most fashionable music festival? Step inside to see all the style on show!
Weekend two of Coachella is about to take off, but before the festivities begin, let's take a look back at some of week one's most popular beauty looks. From vibrant pink lips and creative face paint to effortless, air-dried hair, see which stars pulled off the top trends best.
Spearheaded by a red-carpet obsession with Stella McCartney's cut-out dresses, the sheer trend is dominating this latest batch o celebrity style. It can be lace and boudoir-inspired, mesh and slightly sporty, or delicate and feminine via silk chiffon, but the main message is this: show some skin without really showing some skin. At the premiere for My Valentine this past weekend in LA, stars including Reese Witherspoon, Miranda Kerr, and Gwen Stefani sported the sheer trend thanks to Stella McCartney (who was also in attendance, but kept herself completely covered up). We got inspired to pull together a best-of edit. Step inside to shop the celebrity-endorsed trend.
Sarah Jessica Parker attended the UNICEF Snowflake Ball in New York last night, choosing a feathery Louis Vuitton frock which stood out from a crowd including Uma Thurman (in made-to-measure Versace), Vera Farmiga, and a Chanel-clad Zoe Kravitz. Step inside our gallery to see all the glitz and glamour from the Winter wonderland.