As the Cannes Film Festival heads towards its final weekend, the stars are amping up the style! Petra Nemcova (in Elie Saab), Kristin Scott Thomas (in Armani Privé), Jessica Chastain (in Givenchy), and Sharon Stone (in Roberto Cavalli) all turned out to the festivities in stunning designs. Click through the gallery to see more.
A new episode of The Good Wife premiered last night named “A More Perfect Union.” And while and it touched on the unions created and broken at the courtroom and at the firm, we’re more focused on another union—that of costume designer Daniel Lawson, shown inset, and his commitment to making the show a fashion statement for women in the workforce. This season, he’s elevated Julianna Margulies’s lawyer character Alicia Florrick to another level, as seen with his mix of day-to-night Emilio Pucci suits and peplum-covered jackets by rising designer Number 35 (shown). “There is this sense of body and sensuality in there that I’m trying to achieve with business suits,” Lawson told InStyle.com. And with one episode left of the fourth season, we can’t to see what kind of fashion he uses to for the show’s finale. Get all the exclusive details on the looks he picked last night the gallery.
A new episode of The Good Wife premiered last night, and it touched upon a sensitive subject in the courtroom, rape. For the intense episode, costume designer Daniel Lawson put Julianna Margulies’s lawyer character Alicia Florrick in equally intense looks, like a oatmeal-hued Brioni jacket and an electric blue Giorgio Armani look. “She’s in court a lot and so it’s trying to pull her out of that court world,” Lawson explained of his choices. “I love any time I can punch her up with and bring her to the audience’s attention. That’s certainly what we did here.” Get all the exclusive details the looks he picked last night the gallery, and follow Lawson on Twitter @GoodWifeFashion for the latest updates.
Beasts of the Southern Wild‘s Quvenzhané Wallis set records at the Oscars this year. Not only did she become the youngest Best Actress nominee ever at nine years old, she also enjoyed the first ever custom design by Armani Junior, Giorgio Armani‘s children’s collection. And Armani gave InStyle.com the exclusive peek inside her getting-ready process with the video above! “I really like my dress because it sparkles, and it’s fun,” she says in the clip, in between dance moves with mom Qulyndreia and sister Qunyquekya. Watch the video to see her fun fashion moment come to life—isn’t it every little girl’s dream to dress up?!—pre-red carpet. Between this and the puppy purse, Quvenzhané is just too adorable.
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Milan Fashion Week has officially come to a close, which means that our Fashion Director Cindy Weber Cleary has picked her last favorite look from the Italian lineup. Her final choice: Giorgio Armani‘s pretty pantsuit. “This pant suit is essential Armani: menswear-inspired, but softened by malleable fabrics and muted pastels,” says Weber Cleary. “Post-modern power dressing—it’s lovely!” Click through to see more of Cindy’s top picks, and keep checking back—she’s headed to Paris next!
Milan Fashion Week had some our favorite celebrities sitting front row at the shows—including Princess Charlene and Janet Jackson (with beau Wissam al Mana), both taking in the scene at Giorgio Armani. Click through to see who else we spotted living la dolce vita this week.
Our editors flew to Italy to see the latest fashions for fall for Milan Fashion Week, and we have your behind-the-scenes look at the fashion, makeup, celebrities, and more that caught our eye. Salma Hayek (and her fashion businessman husband Francois-Henri Pinault) took in Gucci, the Dolce & Gabbana models rocked Sicilian princess-inspired up-dos, Ferragamo shared this early sketch before looks hit the runway, and Giorgio Armani debuted red carpet looks to guest of honor, Princess Charlene. Click through to see more of Milan’s best moments!
In stark contrast to the curvaceous, sparkling numbers Jessica Chastain and Naomi Watts wore to Sunday’s Oscars, Giorgio Armani sent a decidedly more masculine collection down the runway. Blending menswear elements with feminine frills, the mostly black and blue lineup balanced suspenders and suiting with ruffles, pleats, and bows. The eveningwear, which ranged from plunging silk columns to rich velvet gowns and even sequined jumpsuits, definitely gave us something to look forward to at next year’s awards. See our favorite looks in the gallery!