What can you expect to see on the red carpet at Sunday’s Golden Globes? “Lots of color,” says Estee Stanley, stylist to Lea Michele (shown right), Jessica Biel and Elisabeth Moss. “It’s the most fun any girl who loves clothes will ever have.” InStyle‘s Fashion Director Hal Rubenstein agrees. “This is going to be a big color season,” he said. He predicts Best Actress nominee Anne Hathaway (shown left) will go for something bright and bold. “Anne loves dramatic fashion,” he said. “She’s not afraid of wearing a big dress, big gown, lots of sparkle, intense color. I think for the Globes what we’re going to see on her is something big and shiny.” Watch Rubenstein’s Award Season Preview video for more predictions after the jump. More
We caught up with Olivia Wilde last night at the Bulgari Save the Children benefit in Beverly Hills, where the star of House and Tron—and one of this year’s Golden Globes presenters—hinted at what she’ll be wearing to Sunday’s big event. “I love this designer; I love them because they are always dramatic, but at the same time elegant,” the actress said of her dress pick. “It’s an American designer and someone who I really admire. It’s outrageous in the way that I think more European designers usually are. I like to pop out at the Globes. I don’t like to blend in, I want to have fun!” Wilde previously wore Gucci and Reem Acra to the Globes, but this year our bets are on Zac Posen, Monique Lhuillier, Carolina Herrera or Marchesa. What do you think? Leave your predictions in the comments!
— Sharon Clott, with reporting by Lindzi Scharf
Who is the next Miss America? We’ll find out tomorrow when the pageant airs live from Las Vegas on ABC at 9pm EST. This year’s event marks the pageant’s 90th anniversary, and judges include Joy Behar, Tony Dovolani of Dancing With the Stars, Marilu Henner and more. Miss Virginia Caressa Cameron took the crown last year (shown), while Miss California Kristy Cavinder was named first runner-up. Which state are you rooting for to win? Tell us in the comments!
Celebrity Apprentice just announced its cast for its next season, and there is a fashion representative in the mix—model Niki Taylor! Taylor will join Star Jones, Survivor alum Richard Hatch, singer Dionne Warwick, and twelve other contestants to battle it out on the show’s eleventh season. Last season, Poison frontman Bret Michaels came in first place, while actress Holly Robinson Peete finished in second. Could Donald Trump say “You’re hired!” to Taylor next? We can’t to find out when the shows premieres March 6th on NBC.
The Golden Globes are Sunday, and we can’t wait to see what our favorite celebrities will wear—especially their amazing accessories! That’s why we caught up with a few red-carpet favorites—Cartier, Neil Lane, Chopard, Judith Leiber and Sergio Rossi—to find out their predictions for Sunday’s big event. From timeless classics to neutral hues to long chains, click through the gallery to find out some of the luxurious accessories you can expect to see on the red carpet this weekend.
Meet the class of 2011! Five young nominees will follow in the footsteps of last year’s spotlight-stealers, Lea Michele and Anna Kendrick, to make their Golden Globes debut. What will they wear? Black Swan star Mila Kunis favors sophisticated draped gowns from tried-and-true designers, while Hollywood up-and-comer Jennifer Lawrence may choose a look from an equally fresh talent. “She’s sort of strong-willed and young,” the 20-year-old’s stylist Elizabeth Stewart told the New York Times. “I think she would want to support a young designer.” Click through for more looks from this year’s Golden Globes debutantes!
1. Scarlett Johansson stars in the new campaign for champagne company Moët & Chandon. Pop those bottles! [HuffPo]
2. Sofia Vergara Tweeted that “nothing fits” in preparation for Sunday’s Golden Globes. Persistence is power. [Twitter/SofiaVergara]
3. Miss Piggy will portray a fashion editor in next year’s Muppet Movie. Who doesn’t love that diva? [The Cut]
4. A win for sporty girls: ESPN anchor Erin Andrews is the new face of Reebok’s ZigTech campaign. [People]
5. MAC will launch a Wonder Woman-themed cosmetics line. We always thought makeup had superpowers. [WWD]
6. Points for Tim: Project Runway‘s Tim Gunn joined Weight Watchers as a fashion consultant. [WW]
With Mila Kunis up for her first Best Supporting Actress nod at the Golden Globes this Sunday, all that excitement could get to a girl’s skin! No fear—Kunis’s esthetician, Scott-Vincent Borba (inset) has it under control. One of the ways he’s preparing Kunis is by testing his new, not-yet-available $7,000 facial named the HD Diamond and Ruby Peel on the Black Swan star. “I always do [this on] her skin, neck, décolleté, arms, and the back of her hands—anything that will be possibly showing with her dress,” Borba told InStyle. More