The fashion world is in mourning: Annabel Tollman, former fashion director and stylist to the stars, passed away in her sleep last week at age 39. The British stylist became known for her her ability to highlight the female figure, which led her to dress a range of body types and personalities in Hollywood, including Scarlett Johansson (in Valentino), Anne Hathaway (in Nina Ricci), the Olsen twins, and Kristen Wiig (in J. Mendel). Her sartorial vision, her keen eye, and her old-Hollywood glamour aesthetic will be missed. In her memory, click to see several of the memorable celebrity looks she put together for the red carpet.
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.
Parisian designer Vanessa Bruno loves dressing American women! Hart of Dixie star Rachel Bilson and Kate Bosworth (who modeled in one of Bruno’s campaign videos) are both big fans of Bruno’s feminine, classically French clothes and accessories, and the adoration is mutual. “[Rachel] is a fantastic girl. Love her,” Bruno told InStyle.com at the grand opening of her New York popup shop. “I think they all capture this very chic, Parisian, easy-going [attitude]—but I still have a little twist of American girl in a chic, easy way. They catch it very well.” Bruno also told us that Sarah Jessica Parker and Scarlett Johansson were recently spotted shopping in her Paris and Los Angeles boutiques. Luckily, if you’re not near a store, you can find her clothes on net-a-porter.com, otteny.com, and farfetch.com. Tres chic!
Plus, see more stars wearing Vanessa Bruno!
Our favorite looks this week—plucked from our Look of the Day section—were all about two of Spring’s biggest trends: black and white, and red. First, Jennifer Lawrence lit up the Golden Globes red carpet in a belted Dior Haute Couture gown, Jessica Alba went bold in a checkerboard Louis Vuitton sheath, Emmy Rossum chose a curve-hugging Andrew Gn sheath, Jessica Chastain wore a sleek Dolce & Gabbana ensemble, and Scarlett Johansson smoldered in Dolce & Gabbana and turquoise Irene Neuwirth earrings. So who do you think dressed best? Vote in the poll below! More
The results are in and the public has spoken! Tune in tonight to see who takes the top honors at this year’s People’s Choice Awards. Hosted for the second time in a row by The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco, the show is sure to bring the laughs. Plus, many of our favorite ladies are nominated this year, including Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Scarlett Johansson, and Reese Witherspoon. Be sure to catch the People’s Choice Awards tonight to see who brings home the statues at 9/8c on CBS.
Plus, see the best dressed ladies from last year’s show!
Scarlett Johansson unleashed her inner vixen for Dolce & Gabbana’s The One Desire fragrance, donning a metallic smoky eye that mirrors the flacon’s black and gold detail in new campaign shots for the label, seen here. Desire is the latest addition to Dolce & Gabbana’s The One collection, and draws upon the floral notes of the original, with the sexy twist of a caramel-infused vanilla and tuberose heart. You’ll see this picture a lot more come spring, when the fragrance launches in stores for $79 to $112.
Plus, see more celebrities as models!
Now this is one way to pump up the volume! Jessica Biel, Rihanna, and Scarlett Johansson each added a retro twist to their hairstyles by incorporating a mini-pompadour for recent appearances. Rihanna and Johansson opted for side-swept versions, while Biel’s finger-wave texture added a graphic edge. The extra height can dress up a familiar style like a bun or ponytail, and is a fun way to hide second-day strands. In fact, skipping a shampoo is recommended—clean, blown-out hair is too slippery to hold this style all day. To try this look, take out a section near the front of your head before securing your updo, and tease gently at the roots. Use a piece of unteased hair to hide the backcombing, and depending on your desired effect, secure the volume either at the side or top of your head. Voila!
In need of further hair inspiration? Click through to see the hottest celebrity styles for the holidays!
Happy Thanksgiving and happy birthday to Scarlett Johansson! Johansson turns 28 today (a young number compared to America’s 391st Turkey Day anniversary today), and to celebrate, we’re giving thanks for all of her inspiring beauty looks throughout the years. From her edgy mullet to her many Hollywood glamour moments, click through the gallery to see her complete transformation!