The Bling Ring had its Cannes Film Festival premiere last night, where stars Emma Watson, Katie Chang, and Taissa Farmiga all represented their various high fashion tastes in Chanel Couture, Dior, and Valentino, respectively. Their fearless leader, director Sofia Coppola, stuck to her favorite designer when she walked the carpet in a piece Marc Jacobs designed for Louis Vuitton. Click the photo to see more fashion moments from Cannes 2013.
Bonjour, Solange Knowles, Octavia Spencer, Emma Watson, and Nicole Kidman! With the Cannes Film Festival underway in the French Riviera, we’re staying on top of all the fabulous fashion right here. See what these stars wore and plenty more of the biggest Cannes fashion moments in the gallery.
Flashes of flesh are popping up all over the red carpet in the form of cut-out dresses. Stars love this look for its mix of sophistication and sexiness, and we saw plenty of skin-showing styles at the 2013 Met Gala last night. Gwen Stefani showed off her abs in Maison Martin Margiela, Solange Knowles added a pop of stomach in Kenzo, Olivia Wilde bared her belly in Calvin Klein, and Emma Watson favored asymmetry in Prabal Gurung. And that’s not all. Click to see more stars in cut-out dresses—because what’s fiercer than showing a little skin?
The MTV Movie Awards continued in grand tradition last night at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California, and there were plenty of stars on-hand to take in the most outrageous awards show in cinema. Harry Potter star Emma Watson (in Maxime Simoëns) took home MTV’s Trailblazer Award, and as she accepted the gilded popcorn statue, she got a little emotional. “You have supported me in all of my awkwardness and allowed me to grow into the kind of actress and person that I hope to be,” Watson told the audience. “Becoming yourself is really hard and confusing, and it’s a process.” Bradley Cooper accepted the award for Best Male Performance for his work in Silver Linings Playbook from presenter Melissa McCarthy, and Django Unchained stars Jaime Foxx and Kerry Washington (in Michael Kors) had a reunion backstage. Click the photo above to see more of the stars in attendance!
When it comes to shapewear, Beyonce, Emma Watson, and Jennifer Lopez all turn to one brand to guarantee their red carpet outfits look smooth: dMondaine, a line designed by Kiana Anvaripour. These ladies love the brand’s bralettes, panties, and bodysuits because they’re made to gently hug your curves and still leave enough wiggle room to feel like you haven’t cut off your circulation. “They’re sexy,” explained Watson’s stylist, Anita Patrickson, who also dresses Julianne Hough and Bond girl Berenice Marlohe. “They cover all problem areas and add an extra layer of confidence when they’re on the red carpet.” Plus, the brand just launched its new spring collection, which includes a pink-striped bra (above) preferred by Beyonce—a fun twist on the traditional monotone shaper—as well as the signature Marilyn (nude) and Victoria (black) pieces. Check out more of dMondaine’s six-piece core collection, available on net-a-porter.com for $79 to $169.
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Full brows like Emma Watson‘s and Jennifer Connelly‘s are having a serious moment on the runways and red carpet, and we love how they have the ability to transform your entire look (with proper placement, they can even create the illusion of a slimmer nose!). That’s why we put together the key tips you need to know for achieving the look yourself. We also included a handy face chart to help determine where your own eyebrows should start and end. So, whether you’re trying to groom your current arches, or fake a fuller set, we have you covered! Click through our gallery for the complete how-to.
The dynamic beauty looks from the 2013 People’s Choice Awards are giving us serious inspiration! From Jennifer Aniston‘s carefree layers to Emma Watson‘s pop of color lipstick, we put together a list of the ten best hair and makeup moments from last night. Click through the gallery to see our top ten picks, then tell us, which look are you most eager to recreate?
We’re loving the modern spin that Cate Blanchett and Emma Watson put on the classic French twist at last night’s Women in Hollywood party. Their pinned coif’s looked effortlessly chic. And, as proven by the actresses, a textured chignon with loose, face-framing pieces works at any age. To recreate the style, apply a coat of volumizer (from roots to ends) to blow-dried hair. Using a paddle brush, gently smooth the hairline and brush strands upward to create lift. Next, tease the crown and vertical sections on the sides, then pull strands back as if you are creating a low ponytail. While holding hair with one hand, begin twisting the “pony” up and to the left with your other hand. Continue until all of your hair is tightly wound. Fold the ends into the newly formed chignon and secure with pins. Allow short layers to fall, but tuck longer pieces into the updo.
Plus, check out our gallery of celebrity hairstylist tips!