Are those fighting words? More
Topic: emily blunt
This injustice will not stand! More
So much glamour. More
Fess up, which of you found a magic genie bottle and wished for a big Broadway musical of The Devil Wears Prada? More
If you don’t feel like watching all of the long speeches, just make sure you watch the Screen Actors Guild red carpet. More
The Critics’ Choice Movie Awards had lots of gorgeous dresses and one very sexy pantsuit. More
Put the crop tops away once and for all, and let’s see more of these red carpet trends. More
About a year ago, we rounded up “10 fashion trends that need to die right now”--and arguably our biggest vendetta was against then-hugely popular neon (well, and fucking sneaker wedges). Since then, the look has definitely lost its ubiquity on the streets–now, we see the occasional Fluro and that’s about it.
…Maybe because it’s not everywhere anymore, tiring eyeballs wherever it goes, we’ve softened a bit on our stance. Here are 12 red carpet looks that make a surprisingly compelling argument for not banning the shades outright.
Also. Some of the looks here are more neon than others. This was hard. More
I know we all have our own weird celebrity crushes, but… people still lust after Tom Cruise? Still? More
Ah, the Daily Mail, terrorizing women as a rule, concern trolling them with impressive passive aggression as an exception. Yesterday, the paper learned that a new study discovered women begin worrying about aging in their late 20s–women, of course, as opposed to people–and took this as an excuse to post a bunch of photos of celebrities with leading captions about saggy breasts and the like. As for the study’s scientific merit, we’ll get to that. More
Emily Blunt and her stylist have the best sense of humor to ever hit the red carpet. More
Emily Blunt has no idea why Yves Saint Laurent hired her as the latest face of Opium. More
The 34th annual Kennedy Center Honors took place in DC last night, celebrating the nation’s best performers in music, film and theater. The President and First Lady attended the ceremony, along with Sarah Jessica Parker, Emily Blunt and more to celebrate Meryl Streep (obvi), singers Barbara Cook and Neil Diamond, cellist Yo-Yo Ma and jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins. Here’s the red carpet. More