They may have a troubling on-screen mother-daughter relationship in Carrie, the film based on Stephen King’s horror tale, but off-screen, Julianne Moore and Chloe Moretz have shared some adorable red carpet moments! From celebrating Moore’s star ceremony on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where they both wore Dolce & Gabbana dresses, to the red carpet for the world premiere of Carrie where they matched in long gowns (Moore chose a white draped Givenchy dress and Moretz went for a sheer forest-green Valentino dress) these two make a great pair. Click through our gallery to see more of Moore’s and Moretz’s cutest moments from the Carrie premieres, and be sure to catch the film in theaters nationwide right now!
The Best Celebrity Duo Ad Campaigns, Including the Latest: Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey for Dolce & GabbanaOct 10, 2013 @ 10:30 am
It is a rare occasion that two major celebrities star in an ad campaign together, so we were surprised (in a really good way) when we saw this — the latest from Dolce & Gabbana. Just in case you needed confirmation: Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey make quite a beautiful couple. The two faces of the brand appear alongside one another for the newly released campaign for The One his-and-hers fragrances. Shot by Peter Lindbergh, the campaign depicts the actors in timeless locations from New York to Hollywood to Rome. If the fragrance smells half as good as they look, we’re sold!
Who else gets our vote for campaign power couple? Real-life loves Sienna Miller and musician fiance Tom Sturridge worked it for Burberry’s fall 2013 campaign (loving this video of the two), while Chris Pine and Evan Rachel Wood’s close-up was so steamy it almost had us convinced they were a pair in Gucci’s Guilty fragrance ad campaign in 2012. But let’s not forget the couple that started it all: the Beckhams took Armani’s underwear to new heights by fronting the brand’s 2009 campaign (fast-forward to 0:58 to see the duo in action).
Plus, click through to see Scarlett Johansson’s best looks ever!
Tweed and houndstooth have always been a traditional menswear go-to, but the woolen fabric can easily be transformed into sexy-subtle evening attire. Take a cue from Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana’s Fall 2013 Dolce & Gabbana collection (right) and dress up an all tweed look with opulently ornate gold jewelry. Or, follow Olivier Rousteing of Balmain‘s lead (left) and add a sense of sporty modernity to houndstooth by teaming it with leather and chain-link extras, like the first look he sent down a Paris runway for his spring/summer 2014 collection. However you choose to style it, think of your houndstooth or tweed piece as your building block—it will always keep you office-ready and polished. So, in the morning when you slip into your woven or printed piece (we gathered a zip-front slitted skirt, a raw-edged peplum top with leather paneling, and a houndstooth printed tank, to name a few), grab your most adventurous piece of jewelry, stash it in your bag, and toss it on after-hours.
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Build your outfit accessories first with breathtaking shoes and handbags curated by InStyle Accessories Director Leah Karp. Each accessory was designed with the most masterminded craftsmanship: Silvia Venturini of Fendi gave us an embroidered and beaded silk brocade baguette trimmed with fox fur and finished with a mother-of-pearl clasp and Dolce & Gabbana delivered romantic cage-like shoes that house the most delicate velvet flowers. Hand-painted pumps, a floral appliquéd metallic clutch, and a dove gray handbag so plush that it offers an instant sense of escapism await. These accessories are more like pieces of art destined to infuse your look with a fantasy-like element. And like great art, they are all worth the splurge.
The red carpets at the Toronto International Film Festival are becoming an important place to make a fashion impression. Many of the biggest labels in the world clamor to dress the festival’s biggest stars, which is why we spotted looks by Salvatore Ferragamo, Marc Jacobs, Marchesa, Prada and more during the first few days of the fest. One of the people masterminding the major moments is stylist Elizabeth Stewart. She is in Toronto helping three of her clients create memorable looks — The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby star Jessica Chastain (shown in Atelier Versace), Gravity star Sandra Bullock and August: Osage County star Julia Roberts. Stewart traveled with Roberts all day Sunday as the actress chatted with press, including a stop at InStyle, which is when we learned about the stylist’s busy TIFF schedule. For her, it’s all about surprising fashion fans. “For Sandra, we were going to go with something different, more gown-like,” Stewart said of the Narciso Rodriguez premiere look (shown above). “But we went with this and it worked.” She’s taking a similar approach to Roberts, choosing comfortable styles that aren’t too Plain Jane. “She’s wearing red, and it’s going to surprise you,” she said of the Dolce & Gabbana look Roberts wore to premiere her film. “It’s not her usual color.” Good thing these movies are getting knockout reviews — that means more opportunities for knockouts on the red carpet.
Click through the gallery to see all the fabulous premiere looks from Toronto.
Maria Bello stars in two films currently touring the Toronto International Film Festival — Third Person and Prisoners — which meant she had to pack a big suitcase for the double round of press tours. She wore coordinating monochromatic outfits at event after event, so much so that by her fourth single-color outfit we had to find out her motivation. “Let me tell you,” she leans over and says when we chatted inside InStyle’s portrait studio at the Windsor Arms Hotel. “I’m not 20, I’m 46. I believe in dressing appropriately for your age. If I have to see one more older woman on the carpet with a thing cut down [the whole front] and everything hanging out, I don’t like it.” Instead, she found her inspiration elsewhere. “I enjoy the way French women dress. I enjoy the sophistication, and a lot of that is classic-cut suiting, monochromatic, subtlety, and good tailoring.” She defined the look with (from left) patterned blue Pink Tartan, red Marc Jacobs, winter white Dolce & Gabbana and navy blue Salvatore Ferragamo. She promised to continue the trend — which she did when she appeared at the Third Person premiere in a white Donna Karan look last night — save for the red suit. That is now destroyed, thanks to a moment at the Artists for Peace and Justice luncheon during TIFF. “I got up on stage and said if someone gives $5,000 I’ll jump the pool [that was there] with the Marc Jacobs suit,” she recalls. “Someone gave $20,000! I jumped. It was hysterical, and it was for charity.”
Plus, click through the gallery to see Henny Garfunkel’s star portraits from Toronto International Film Festival!
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Hello, sports fans! Chrissy Teigen, Malin Akerman, Selena Gomez and Olivia Wilde were among the fashionable stars who walked the red carpet next to the biggest names in basketball, tennis, gymnastics and beyond at last night’s 2013 ESPY Awards in Los Angeles — but move over Michael Phelps and Shaq, all we had our eyes on were their outfits. This annual event is no all-out gown affair, but the bright and fun summer looks the stars chose made this red carpet worth checking out. These four went for eye-popping primary hues, with Teigen in canary Izmaylova, Akerman in cobalt J. Mendel, Gomez in ruby Dolce & Gabbana and Wilde in a red A.L.C. skirt. Click to see what everyone wore to the ESPY Awards, hosted by Mad Men‘s Jon Hamm, and visit espn.com to view the list of winners.
Just days after Facebook’s official announcement of Instagram videos, we put our director’s hats on and recorded our very first video on our @instylemagazine Instagram feed to show off Dolce & Gabbana‘s new nail polish line. The lacquer collection, named Love in Taormina, features five hues that are all named after Sicilian flowers, including Oleandro (soft pink), Ibisco (dark pink with a touch of coral), Camelia (bright coral), Bouganville (purple fuchsia), and Iris (deep violet). Dolce & Gabbana’s makeup creative advisor, Pat McGrath, got her inspiration for the colors both from the brand’s spring 2013 runway collection as well as from the Sicilian town of Taormina, perched on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean sea and Mount Etna. The collection also features lipsticks, eyeshadow, and blushes, all available this July. So, replay the clip, and tell us: Which nail polish would you wear?
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