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The Calvin Klein’s Celebrate Women In Film party saw big names in little dresses, from Lupita Nyong’o to Rooney Mara to Naomi Watts. More
Olivia Wilde, Amy Adams and Rooney Mara all showed up for the presentation of Her, along with costar and progressive Gargamel impersonator Joaquin Phoenix. But did any of them even get invited to the same event? More
Mara wore a Calvin Klein Collection look for Resort 2014–a long-sleeved midnight blue crew neck crop top and black pencil skirt, along with some Brian Atwood sandals. We aren’t crazy about the severely parted hair. More
The CFDA Awards went down last night and the big winners were Proenza Schouler (womenswear designer of the year), Phillip Lim (accessories designer of the year) and Suno (Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent in Womenswear). Oh, and everyone who’s famous for their red carpet presence showed up too–Jessica Chastain, Rooney Mara, Kerry Washington and a whole slew of models.
Here’s what the very stylish and the very victimized wore to the so-called Oscars of fashion.
The 2013 Cannes Film Festival is occurring as we speak, though it occurred some over the weekend, too. Here’s what all those fancy people wore on the red carpet. Expect Jennifer Lawrence, Carey Mulligan, Jessica Biel, Rooney Mara, a slew of models and a couple good old Fashion Disasters. More
All right, guys: you’re probably getting sick to death of 2013 Met Gala stuff, but we need to talk hair and makeup before we depart this shitshow entirely. Let’s get right to it: here’s our list of the best Met … More
It’s time, everyone. The 2013 Met Gala–or, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala, if you’re nasty–is upon us. While we have really, really mixed feelings about this year’s theme–Punk: Chaos to Couture–and we know most of the attendees are nervous about committing (despite our helpful styling suggestions!) this is still the biggest red carpet event of the year. Expect one or two unforgettable looks, lots of playing it safe, some real style, some real glamour and, hopefully, a whole lot of beautiful disasters.
So, per usual, we’ll be updating live throughout the red carpet. Come back and refresh often–expect new looks here every few minutes!
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W is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year with four striking November covers, each depicting a different decade of the glossy’s existence. Steven Klein shot four Hollywood It girls–Keira Knightley, Scarlett Johansson, Rooney Mara, and Mia Wasikowska–as It girls of the other eras. Oh, and the results vary from weirdly good to just really weird. More
Hoooo boy, do we have our work cut out for us. Last night’s Met Gala wasn’t exactly brimming with great dresses, as you may have seen. Here, we have cobbled together a ragtag band of looks that will pass for Best Dressed. You’ll see looks that are halfway there, almost there or just a really flattering color! Ahead, we squeeze water from a stone with Carey Mulligan, Rooney Mara, Marion Cotillard, Cate Blanchett and more.
PS: WHERE ARE YOU WHEN WE NEED YOU TILDA?????? More
Here we go: the 84th annual Academy Awards are taking place. Expect many boring, obvious sparkly dresses and hopefully a few surprises! Check out George Clooney, Emma Stone, Jennifer Lopez, Tina Fey, Rooney Mara and more.. Our gallery will be updating constantly throughout the red carpet broadcast. More
Much has been made of the Academy’s bizarre nominations this year–and their many glaring omissions. Although everyone in the Best Supporting Actress and Best Actress camps is obviously a talented lady, we’re still left with an extremely conservative group, sartorially speaking. We tried to figure out a dress or two for every woman in question, but of the ten, only four are known for ever taking anything resembling a risk: Rooney Mara, Michelle Williams, Jessica Chastain and Bérénice Bejo. Here are our hopes and predictions for Sunday. More
Last night saw the Costume Designers Guild Awards, with top honors going to Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Madonna‘s period film W.E., and Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows, Part II. Famous attendees included Rooney Mara, Chloe Moretz, Kate Beckinsale, Amber Valetta and more. See what they wore ahead… More