Neil Patrick Harris did it again! The star of How I Met Your Mother hosted the Tony Awards for the fourth time last night, and his singing, dancing, rapping, and joking got the audience crowd to their feet inside Radio City Music Hall for the 67th anniversary of Broadway’s biggest night. But before his opening number ever kicked off, the actors, producers, playwrights, and presenters all made their way down the red carpet set up on the sidewalk of Sixth Avenue. The guest list offered a mix of theater-loving style stars (like presenter Scarlett Johansson in Saint Laurent), best-dressed plus-ones (like Debra Messing in Matthew Christopher supporting her nominated partner Will Chase and Sienna Miller in Burberry supporting her beau Tom Sturridge), and Broadway vets (like Judith Light, who handpicked her white Zac Posen gown straight from the designer). “He is remarkable,” Light said of Posen. “The first time I met him, he was so kind and so sweet to me, he really blew me away.” And she blew away Tony voters—Light walked away with the Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play for her role as Faye in The Assembled Parties. Click to see what everyone wore.
Emily Blunt is decked out in metallic Burberry Prorsum as InStyle’s May cover girl! The no-nonsense star lives up to her name in our new exclusive interview, as she gives us her unfiltered thoughts on her style, her husband, and what she really thinks of acting in Hollywood. “I see Hollywood as a bubble that you pop your head into every now and again,” she told us. “I never get fully immersed in it.” But when she does—she goes full tilt. Up next, you’ll see her alongside Colin Firth in the bittersweet odd-couple movie Arthur Newman (out April 26) and her first action flick, co-starring Tom Cruise of all people, All You Need Is Kill (out March 2014). In the meantime, she has another co-star, her real-life partner, husband John Krasinski. “Meeting John really changed my life,” she said. “When I feel the support that I have from him, I feel invincible. There’s someone behind you on your good days, and someone in front of you on your bad days.” And that’s not all—be sure to get the full interview and see more photographs when the new May issue hits newsstands—or download it to your iPad, Nook, or Droid tablet—starting this Friday, April 19.
Plus, see the star’s best looks ever!
On Emily: Roberto Cavalli beaded viscose-polyester knit dress. On cover: Burberry Prorsum capelet and dress, Bulgari bracelet, Christian Louboutin heels.
To Oblivion, and beyond! That’s where Olga Kurylenko and her co-star Tom Cruise have been promoting their action-packed sci-fi flick, which hits theaters nationwide April 19. And for the movie’s global red carpet tour, the 33-year-old Ukrainian born actress has proven herself a darling of the fashion world, with some of the biggest labels dressing her every appearance. In Moscow, she picked a lilac Elie Saab Haute Couture floral embroidered dress; in Dublin, she went sleek with an emerald column by Roland Mouret; in London, she donned a black lace-trim Marchesa; and in Los Angeles, she picked a plunging embroidered satin Burberry design. And her love of fashion is newly-acquired: “I now understand this thing about taking care of yourself before leaving the house, no matter where you go,” she told InStyle last spring. Even when she travels, too: “I was getting ready to leave [on a flight], and my boyfriend asked me, ‘Why don’t you put on sneakers?’ And I said, ‘No way!’ I had on high-heeled boots. Heels were something that just didn’t exist for me before. But now I feel like I’m a woman.”
See more of Olga’s wow-worthy looks in the gallery.
Twitter turns 7 years old today! Not only did the site birth the terms hashtags, handles, and Tweets, it also became a go-to place to get fashion news, straight from the designers and brands themselves in easy-to-digest 140 character posts. Scroll down to see which ones we love to follow, and add them to your list today.
The retailer racked up almost 1.9 million followers so far, and it’s a go-to place to find out about new collaborations. Last month, H&M also enlisted David Beckham to Tweet from the handle for his new underwear collection. Yum!
@Dior: Christian Dior
There’s no better way inside this storied house than through Twitter, which is why it gained a following of over 1.8 million fans so far.
Creative director Christopher Bailey is social media obsessed—and to the benefit of his 1.7 million loyal Twitter fans. Burberry posts tweets daily about everything, from what’s new in stores to the newest campaigns to behind-the-scenes videos.
@MichaelKors: Michael Kors
Kors knows how to connnect with his fans (over 1.1 million of them!). He consistently answers fan questions, gives style tips, and shout-outs to his favorite new items in stores. And who can resist his humor?
@MarcJacbosIntl: Marc Jacobs
“Slightly bohemian, a little off-color,” is the description of Marc Jacobs’ account, and it’s accurate. Perhaps that’s why he has such fantastic fans, over 939,000 and counting.
Think everyone wears Gucci on the red carpet? This Twitter account gives you constant celebrity updates, plus a view inside the famed Italian label.
@LouboutinWorld: Christian Louboutin
“Louboutin is as Louboutin does,” was one of the recent Tweets the brand posted, and it perfectly fits its Twitter perspective. Expect to find new hashtags, quirky quips, and those iconic red soles everywhere on this feed.
Aliza Licht, the woman responsible for making DKNY’s Twitter a must-have for over 435,000 followers has become at Twitter personality all on her own. She constantly Tweets whatever’s on her mind—not only about fashion, but about pop culture and life itself. Oh, and she’s hilarious.
@Zac_Posen: Zac Posen
There’s nothing we appreciate more than honesty, and Zac Posen has tons of it. He holds nothing back on his feed, and you learn so much about the man behind the fashion. For example, he likes Scandal. Good to know!
Plus, see the most memorable Tweets from this year’s Oscars!
Our favorite looks this week—plucked from our Look of the Day section—were all sorts of magical, from the Oscars to Oz. Nina Dobrev feted the Oscars in a black and white Naeem Khan gown, InStyle cover girl Mila Kunis brought the drama in a custom Atelier Versace design, Best Actress winner Jennifer Lawrence had an epic night in Dior Haute Couture, Miranda Kerr shined at Victoria’s secret in a sunny dress and ankle-strap Brian Atwood heels, and Michelle Williams walked the yellow brick road in the London wearing a feathered Burberry Prorsum bustier dress. Who do you think was best-dressed this week? Vote below! More
The bewitching trio of Oz The Great and Powerful continued their world tour last night in London, premiering the film at the Empire Theatre on Leicester Square in the heart of the city’s theater district. InStyle’s March cover girls Rachel Weisz (in Michael Kors), Michelle Williams (in Burberry Prorsum), and Mila Kunis (in Alexander McQueen), walked the yellow brick road alongside the “wizard” himself, James Franco. The film hits theaters in the U.S. March 8.
Plus, see more of this week’s biggest parties!
What’s hotter than a stunning model in an impecable suit? Not much! So when we pinned Rosie Huntington-Whiteley‘s sizzling ensemble from Burberry Prorsum‘s London Fashion Week show, you made it this week’s top pin by sharing it more than any other shot. Show your love for these chic separates, then let us know what else you’re obsessing over at pinterest.com/instylemag by repinning, liking, or commenting on any of our 69 stylish boards—or by clicking the link below.
Our favorite looks this week—plucked from our Look of the Day section—spanned from playful to over-the-top glamorous. Emma Stone caught our eye in a contoured Stella McCartney shift, Taylor Swift played peek-a-boo in a belted Elie Saab gown, Selena Gomez walked the red carpet in a lace Dolce & Gabbana gown, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley suited up in a slim Burberry Prorsum ensemble, and Anne Hathaway wore an embellished Gucci minidress. Who do you think was best-dressed this week? Vote below! More