Make sure to pay attention to the manicures you spot on Glee in the coming months, as Fox just announced the show collaborated with Sephora and O.P.I. to develop a nail polish line, AOL reports. The collection includes ten cleverly-named shades, like a raspberry color named Miss Bossy Pants (ahem, Rachel Berry!), a bright purple named Hell to the No, a glittery green Gleek Out and a diamond top coat called Celibacy Club (seen above). The line drops in Sephora and JCPenney stores for $9.50 per bottle and $22 for a six-piece mini set on February 8th. So who’s planning to dress up their jazz hands?
1. In case you missed Jennifer Lopez (in Herve Leger) and the other new American Idol judges on Jay Leno’s show last night, it’s online to watch. [YouTube]
2. Tom Ford and partner Richard Buckley reveal their falling-in-love story in Out this month. Break out the tissues. [Out]
3. Richard Nicoll’s retro-inspired line for Fred Perry makes its debut today. [ELLE]
4. H&M nabbed Swedish blogger Elin Kling for its latest collaboration. [Telegraph UK]
5. Amp up your mani with the soon-to-be-released ArtPro Nail Printer, which lets you print out your own nail designs. [Racked]
6. Diane Kruger owns the same stylish panther one-piece suit as Rihanna. [Fab Sugar]
We scored a sneak peek of this year’s Golden Globes gift bags for nominees, and they are stuffed with chic goodies. The women’s bag (right) is a Dooney & Bourke satchel packed with L’Oreal hair and beauty products, Godiva truffles, Ralph Lauren Romance fragrance and an InStyle Ultimate Beauty Secrets book. The men’s Latico leather duffle bag (left) includes L’Oreal men’s face products, a Schick razor and shave gel, Big Pony Fragrances from Ralph Lauren, a Starstruck: Vintage Movie Posters from Classic Hollywood book, plus the candy above. Each bag is worth $550. Wish you could nab one of your own? The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is giving away five of these bags—enter for your chance to win on the Golden Globes Facebook page!
Live Golden Globes coverage—including red carpet arrivals and news from backstage—starts this Sunday at 7p.m. EST on InStyle.com and @instyle on Twitter.
Leighton Meester is off to a banner year. First, her role in Country Strong garnered her glowing reviews, Gossip Girl returns in less than two weeks, and, today she became the face of Missoni, appearing in the label’s spring 2011 campaign (right) smiling atop a rocking horse. Does this mean she’ll wear Missoni when she’s takes the stage at the Golden Globes this Sunday to present an award? We’ll see. In the meantime, click through the gallery to see Leighton Meester’s memorable Missoni looks on the red carpet.
There’s no stopping Rachel Zoe! While the celebrity stylist already designed a line for QVC, she’s getting ready to launch her debut eponymous collection that she created in collaboration with Li & Fung this fall. The first images of the clothes just came out (shown left), and it includes some of her favorites: feminine dresses, party frocks and tailored separates. And that’s not all! Zoe, who let it slip in an interview with WWD that she and husband Rodger Berman are expecting a baby boy, is prepping to dress longtime client Anne Hathaway for her Oscar hosting duties. She plans on being on hand—while eight months pregnant—at the show on February 27th to oversee all of Hathaway’s costume changes. All of this will be captured, of course, for season four of The Rachel Zoe Project, airing later this year on Bravo.
All eyes will be on our February cover girl Natalie Portman in the coming months. The actress (and new face of Miss Dior Cherie) is nominated for a Best Actress Golden Globe for her role in Black Swan and she recently announced that she was engaged and pregnant with choreographer Benjamin Millepied, who she met on the set of the film. “This is the most private of private experiences,” Portman told InStyle. “But I am completely awed by the whole process we are living through. I cannot express how lucky I feel.” Next up, she’s starring in the romantic comedy No Strings Attached alongside Ashton Kutcher, out January 21st. But are women really capable of no-strings attached sex? “I certainly have friends who could deal with that and others who could not,” she said. “It’s something I’ve seen in high-achieving women—they compartmentalize. You’ve got your work, your friends, your exercise, and your sex. [Grins.] You can tick off those boxes.” For more of our exclusive interview with Portman, check out the February issue of InStyle, on newsstands Friday!
MORE! Try on Natalie Portman’s hottest hairstyles in the Hollywood Makeover Tool.
Red returned to the red carpet as a welcome pop of bright color this winter. Cameron Diaz wore a scarlet one-shoulder knee-length dress by Azzaro last night to The Green Hornet premiere in Los Angeles; Rachel McAdams chose a Michael Kors crimson halter gown with leather trim for a recent Berlin appearance; Garcelle Beauvais attended a press event in a bold red sheath by Black Halo last week; and Carey Mulligan accepted her Best Actress award at the British Independent Film Awards last month in a red dress by Prabal Gurung. What is your favorite way to wear red? Tell us in the comments!