That’s a wrap on New York Fashion Week! The star-studded week of style closed out in a big way: Rooney Mara and Emma Stone made their first Fashion Week appearances for Calvin Klein‘s show, while Julia Stiles sat runway-side at Bill Blass in a crimson dress and a ballerina bun. See these tidbits and all of the most exciting Fashion Week news in the gallery!
Looking for some style inspiration for your big night? From Harry Potter to Gossip Girl, we’ve rounded up the most memorable on-screen prom moments. Who could forget Molly Ringwald‘s thrift store find in Pretty in Pink, or the dramatic black-and-white look (left) Shannen Doherty wore as Brenda Walsh on 90210? These stars’ nights may have been scripted, but that doesn’t mean their style can’t be imitated in real life! Click through the gallery to find your on-screen prom inspiration!
1. Newly-30 Julia Stiles will join Christina Hendricks and Matt Dillon in the upcoming film Seconds of Pleasure. [Deadline]
2. Katy Perry’s minister mom is working on a book! That should be an interesting read. [NY Post]
3. Payless’s next designer collaborator is… Silvia Tcherassi! The collection debuts in May. [She Finds]
4. Pierre Hardy’s latest shoe collection for Gap will arrive mid-April. [Fashionista]
5. Marc Jacobs scooped up Dakota Fanning to be the face of his Lola fragrance. [StyleFrizz]
6. The first scent of Reese Witherspoon’s new trio for Avon will be released in April. [People]
The Art of Elysium Gala on Saturday night in Los Angeles brought out a series of Old Hollywood glamour looks. Leighton Meester wore a beaded fringe Louis Vuitton gown, which she paired with cobalt peep-toe Roger Vivier shoes, while Nicole Richie pinned her hair in a 1920s-inspired style, a complement to her black Emilio Pucci dress. Click through the gallery to see all the looks from the Art of Elysium gala.
Josh Duhamel, Katie Holmes and Blair Underwood convened in Beverly Hills early this morning to announce the 68th Annual Golden Globe nominations, and so many of our favorite stylish women received nods! While it’ll be the first time at the Globes for some nominees—Jennifer Lawrence (nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama for Winter’s Bone) and Mila Kunis (Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for Black Swan)—many have been to the Globes before, like Anne Hathaway, Natalie Portman, Michelle Williams and Nicole Kidman, so we can’t wait to see what they will wear to the big event on January 16th. In the meantime, check out their previous Golden Globes gowns in the gallery.
This summer, as Grease returns to theaters in sing-a-long form (it’s being billed as “the original high school musical”), and the surprisingly unstoppable Step Up series releases its third installment (in 3-D, no less), it’s clear: Films that feature dance are bigger than ever. Accordingly, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best dance scenes ever shown on-screen. Click through to check out our favorites (including Funny Face, Flashdance, and Dirty Dancing, above) and be sure to vote for your favorite in the comments section below.