Our favorite looks this week—plucked from our Look of the Day section—happened to represent two of spring’s biggest trends: black and white, and shades of red. Jennifer Lopez was white hot in Lanvin, Miranda Kerr stepped out with a leather Givenchy tote and buckled Barbara Bui booties, Michelle Obama took the Inaugural Ball stage in red Jason Wu, Diane Kruger wore Chanel to the label’s haute couture show, and Rose Byrne wore a draped Balenciaga dress in her namesake color. So who do you think dressed best? Vote in the poll below! More
Jennifer Lopez (in Lanvin) and Jason Statham premiered their new film Parker last night in New York, where The Cinema Society, L’Oréal Paris, and Appleton Estate co-hosted a screening of the film at the Museum of Modern Art. “I always get a little fearful,” Statham told InStyle.com of what motivated him to do his own stunts in the action-packed thriller. “It gets the adrenaline going, it gets the mind focused, it gets you to concentrate on what you’re supposed to be concentrating on. If it wasn’t fearful in some way you’d be stupid, and then you’re going to get hurt.” In the movie, opening Friday, Statham plays the titular character, a thief with a somewhat off-color ethical code, who teams up with Lopez’s character, a woman who helps him in an unexpected way.
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At the Golden Globes last week, Connie Britton, Jennifer Lopez, Jessica Alba, and Kerry Washington gave us major hair envy, which is why we added all of their styles to our Hollywood Makeover Tool! We also included more of the night’s winning styles, like Tina Fey‘s bouncy waves, Sofia Vergara‘s ombre highlights, and more. Channel your inner movie star by uploading your picture to the Hollywood Makeover Tool. You’ll be able to see yourself in the most stunning hairstyles from the Golden Globes—minus the extensive prep-time, of course. Then, share your red carpet look on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and get ready to thank the academy! Click the link below to start now.
Retro-inspired beauty was a popular choice at the Golden Globe Awards last night, with Heidi Klum, Jennifer Lopez, InStyle cover girl Jessica Alba, Megan Fox, and Rachel Weisz channeling their inner Veronica Lake with side-swept ringlets. We love how each star’s curls are defined without being stiff, not to mention the throwback moment to Old Hollywood glamour. “Megan wanted to have a moment on the red carpet, showing off a more confident, sophisticated, and softer side,” Fox’s hairstylist Renato Campora told InStyle.com. Recreate their looks at home by adding mousse to damp hair, then blow dry using a round brush until smooth. Campora used a clipless curling iron by Sultra ($130; sephora.com) to form Fox’s waves, then misted on the OSiS Strong Hold Hairspray ($19; ulta.com for locations) to lock in the shape. If you choose to comb through your style, make sure to do so with a vented hairbrush, as a paddle brush may cause your curls to fall.
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The stars really dazzled at last night’s 70th Annual Golden Globes! Dressed in eye-popping jewels and dripping in plenty of carats of diamonds, celebrities like Jennifer Lopez (in Zuhair Murad), Julianne Hough (in Monique Lhuillier), Allison Williams (in J.Mendel), and Jessica Alba (Oscar de la Renta), dazzled on the red carpet in statement accessories. Click through the gallery to see which star’s earrings are made from a fossilized beetle, who had the most bling, and more!
The Golden Globes are only a few hours away! In preparation for the gorgeous looks that are sure to appear on the red carpet, we’re taking a look back at the most jaw-dropping gowns from years past. Who can forget Jennifer Lopez’s slinky gold lame Marchesa gown, Angelina Jolie’s sequined emerald stunner from Atelier Versace, or Jennifer Garner’s sequin-studded vintage Gaultier column? Click through the gallery to see all of the best dresses to ever walk the Globes carpet, and be sure to check InStyle.com for the most up-to-date Globes news!
The countdown is on! The 70th Annual Golden Globes are this Sunday, January 13, and the list of stars slated to grace the stage as award presenters is starting to roll out. So far, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced a lineup that includes Scandal star Kerry Washington, InStyle cover girl Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer Lopez, Jeremy Renner, The Expendables star Jason Statham, Castle actor Nathan Fillion, and Saturday Night Live alums Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell. Combined with the dry hysterics of hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, it should be one big party and a lot of fun to watch. Tune in to NBC on Sunday, January 13th at 8/7c to see all the action, and follow with the editors of InStyle.com for all the up-to-the-minute fashion news for the night!
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On last night’s episode of Dancing With the Stars, Karina Smirnoff and partner Apolo Anton Ohno performed a hip-hop routine to “Poison”—and even though Smirnoff admittedly wasn’t thrilled about choreographing this dance style, she loved designing the metallic gold hoodies and hot pants. “When I heard the song, I thought of In Living Color and the amazing Fly Girls,” Smirnoff told InStyle.com. “Two of them stood out: the incredible Jennifer Lopez and our very own Carrie Ann Inaba. Not only were they talented on the dance floor, but they always set a trend—I love the bandanas, big hoop earrings, and short-shorts with boots. It screamed, ‘We are powerful women and can dance hard!’” Smirnoff was also influenced by this week’s guest judge, Paula Abdul. “She set some great fashion trends in that era, which completely led me to [incorporate] certain designs in my costume,” the dancer told us. “It was a fun week to be creative with the outfits, and it took me back to that [time] again!” So, what did you think of Karina’s ’80s style?
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