This is actually quite strange, because so many famous people are terminally anxious about wearing the same dresses (or even similar dresses)–especially after a dress has become widely associated with one person. More
This skirt is probably the only article of clothing we ever saw in Sex and the City that Carrie Bradshaw could have actually been able to afford. More
The biggest red carpet event of the year–the 2012 Met Gala–happened last night to celebrate the 0pening of “Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations.” Unsurprisingly, old school Prada muses (like Milla Jovovich and Angela Lindvall) came out of the woodwork. As for the fashion? Sparkly, sheer and extremely unflattering were the orders of the day.
…But! Ugly dresses were the least of their problems, because apparently every good makeup artist in New York was off for the night: lots of hair dye experimentations (we hardly recognized you, Jamie King and Jessica Stam), black lipstick (Lana Del Rey, Kate Bosworth, Camilla Belle), harsh brows (Kate Upton) and whatever happened to Mary-Kate Olsen. Look through the gallery and then we must discuss! More
It’s hard to believe that Jon Bon Jovi of the band Bon Jovi is 50 years old today. It’s also hard to believe that I know these random bits of information. I am who the makers of Trivial Pursuit the pop culture edition were thinking about when they created the game. More
The holidays are a time for excessive eating, arguing with in-laws and round-ups of our favorite things worn by famous people over the past year. Today, we’re focusing on an oft-neglected but crucially important part of a red carpet look: the shoes, the clutches, and (of course) the crazy headpieces that all come together and occasionally make for pretty unforgettable details. More
This week’s Fashion Disaster showdown is short and sweet: Sarah Jessica Parker took a risk that didn’t quite pan out and Kourtney Kardashian went outside. More
Sarah Jessica Parker stepped out of her Manhattan apartment this week looking all ready to attend an event as Sex & the City alter-ego Carrie Bradshaw. You may look at this photo and say to yourself, “Neon tights are a really interesting way to set off neutrals,” and you’d be right, but hopefully your first response was actually, “Holy shit! SJP has a servant follow her around with an umbrella?!” Anyway, Parker looks to be wearing a lovely Valentino lace dress and presumably thousands of dollars in accessories, so we set about trying to replicate her look on the cheap without looking cheap. More
We’ve been thinking about how to pull off head-to-toe white lately because 1) it’s currently all over the red carpet and 2) it’s always a popular (but dangerous!) choice at holiday parties. When done well, one looks like a radiant snow angel. When botched? A lost bride. Here’s a bunch of famous ladies–Angelina Jolie, Cate Blanchett, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jessica Alba, Tilda Swinton–who’ve had great success with white looks in the past month or so.
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
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Very stiff competition in the Fashion Disasters category this week. What with the recent Chanel-sponsored event at the MoMA the other day, we saw all kinds of bad decisions. Just before that, we saw another fancy party at a museum, with mostly mixed looks. But! There’s also a wild card in play this week. Let’s check out the competition, shall we? More
Chanel sponsored a big party in honor of director Pedro Almodovar at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art. Lots of usual suspects (and usual Chanel fans) showed: Anna Wintour, Sarah Jessica Parker, Emma Stone, Olivia Wilde, and Chloe Moretz. Thrown in a bunch of models–Karen Elson, Miranda Kerr, Joan Smalls–and the one and only Karl Lagerfeld. You’d think that with all the fancy people in head-to-toe Chanel, there’d be lots of good taste on display. Well, you’d be wrong, because designer logos don’t equal style. Isn’t that right, Blake Lively? More
A picture says 1000 words. We always thought that expression was kind of bullshit. However, this picture demonstrates a valuable lesson: no matter how wealthy, thin, or conventionally attractive you are–even if you’re draped in thousands of dollars worth of designer clothes and accessories–you can still look fucking ridiculous. More