Color me jealous. (And then color me pink, please.) More
Topic: Kate Hudson
35-year-old Kate Hudson and 68-year-old Goldie Hawn just added cool pink streaks to their famous blond hair More
Sunday night’s Academy Awards were about more than beautiful dresses and honoring the best contributions to film in 2013; they were about you. More
Grab yourself a drink and get comfortable–it’s going to be a long night. More
Don’t worry if you can’t afford to dress like Kate Hudson, because neither can she. That frumpy, homely old bag talked with Harper’s Bazaar and finally explained her ragged appearance: it’s because she’s a Poor! Like us! More
Despite the fact that she’s widely loved as an actress–and lauded as a crusader for more positive body image–there’s been a hefty internet-wide backlash to Kate Winslet‘s recently-dropped Vogue cover. Of course, the problem has nothing to do with Winslet herself… and everything to do with Vogue‘s over-eager retouchers.
But the painting of Winslet on the November cover isn’t exactly new territory for Vogue–they recently hacked off Claire Danes‘ limbs, for one. Moreover, there are quite a few covers from the last ten years that rival Winslet’s for showcasing humans who don’t exactly resemble humans. Let’s take a look. More
That right there is Kate Winslet, Oscar-winning actress, positive body image lobbyist, wife of a man with an unconventional surname and mother of two (soon to be three). We included the above photo so you can see what a pretty lady Winslet is, with all her wavy blonde hair and glowing skin. Oh, it’s also to remind you what she looks like today. Literally today. More
Let’s start by saying we’re normally not into Kate Hudson on the red carpet.
We usually find her pretty vanilla–which isn’t meant to be a dig (we just like weirder shit). When you love seeing Tilda Swinton and Cate Blanchett and Diane Kruger at premieres and events, Hudson’s permanently side-parted blonde waves and arsenal of super-fitted dramatic gowns feel, at best, boring and, at worst, fussy or even bizarre (or very bizarre). More
Remember, yesterday, when we were really happy about how good everyone looked at the Vanity Fair party for the TriBeCa Film Festival? How all the attendees looked so cool and understated and elegant? That was great!
Unfortunately, today’s Red Carpet Rundown brings you the exact goddamn opposite. Last’s night Hot Pink Party, thrown by the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, was a sad state of pinks (predictably), sequins, satin and general promness. More
Kate Hudson has the very topless (as opposed to “just a little topless”) March cover of Glamour magazine, wearing nothing but a pile of necklace(s)* and some probably very fancy jeans. More
After the red carpet dystopian wasteland that was yesterday’s Grammys scramble–and the subsequent mad dash to give the BAFTAs their due–the Elle Style Awards went and took place! That was very selfish of them. Anyway, there were some famous people, some so-called “style icons,” some supermodels and some nobodies in weird clothes. Let’s have a look… More
Now, we’d like to level the playing field and just focus on the shoulders up. Last night, there was some really amazing hair and makeup on the red carpet–and some not amazing hair and makeup. This is our rundown of the best and worst of the Golden Globes beauty. More
Something something White House Correspondents’ Dinner but what matters is LINDSAY LOHAN WAS THERE. “Why?” should be your first question. Also, it was a night of many blondes: Charlize Theron, Kate Upton, Rachel Zoe, Reese Witherspoon, Kate Hudson… and Kim Kardashian in green velvet. Why was she there? Was is she anywhere? We don’t know anymore. Let’s look at dresses.
Kate Hudson has replaced Demi Moore as the face of Ann Taylor for Spring, so prepare to see her all over your mall and on the sides of buses for a couple months. More