Last Night's Look: Love It or Leave It?
At first this seems just like a simple, ladylike, retro silhouette, but the Roksanda dress wears to the premiere of A Most Violent Year at the AFI Fest Opening Night Gala in Hollywood has an unexpected, almost reptilian texture that elevates the whole outfit. Nicholas Kirkwood sandals complete her outfit.
Move over statement necklaces, here comes the statement choker! Kate picks a Zimmermann dress – which is a standout on its own – but her funky Paula Mendoza “Hera” gold-plated choker steals the show at the Battersea Power Station Global Launch Party in West Hollywood.
The West Coast-based tries her hand at dressing like she’s from the Wild Wild West instead, wearing a suede cropped jacket and distressed skinnies for a DreamWorks “Adventure to Santa” event in Glendale, Calif.
The actress’s white Dior crop top and maxi might sound like a basic choice, but the sexy slit and silky inset on the skirt, plus her rounded choker and bow-toe pumps, make it anything but standard issue at the Dior-hosted Guggenheim International Gala Dinner in N.Y.C.
There are several athletic details on the supermodel’s get-up: mesh, white piping (that matches exactly with her Giuseppe Zanotti Design heels) and a racer-neck. We give her bonus points for coordinating outfits with that fab race car she has to pose in front of at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in Berlin.
For the Guggenheim International Gala Dinner in N.Y.C., the actress opts for the polar opposite of her dreamy bright choice from last week and picks a dark Dior silk gown. Her dazzling Chopard jewels, however, remain consistent.
Dior is known for making beautiful coats, and the rose angora-and-wool jacket Leelee chooses for the Guggenheim International Gala in N.Y.C. is no exception, especially when paired with minimalist pieces like a sleek skirt and white tee.
It’s rare to see the queen of print-mixing in head-to-toe black like she did to the Tiffany T Train Experience event in N.Y.C., but there’s no need to fear, fans of Olivia’s outfits: She’s got a poppy pink pouf on the back of her Christian Louboutin heels.
“Velour gown” and “cowl neck” aren’t two fashion phrases that read super-sexy all the time, but Karlie’s stunning gunmetal dress (with a plunging back!) that she wore to the Tiffany T Train Experience launch in N.Y.C. definitely fits the bill.
For the Washington, D.C. Interstellar premiere, the makes a sexy, modern statement in a body-con Calvin Klein Collection LBD with mesh panels (we love how that fluted skirt highlights her killer curves) plus metallic pumps and a tousled do.
What should one wear when receiving the key to the city? A keyhole top, of course! balances a cleavage-baring sparkly Kayat jumpsuit with a tailored jacket while celebrating “Britney Day” in Las Vegas.
The chicest way to wear a black jumpsuit is also the simplest: With basic black pumps, a glossy blowout and a bold red lip like Jessica does (to complement her Marios Schwab number) at the Interstellar D.C. premiere.
And the (made-up by us) award for best accessories of the Guggenheim Gala in N.Y.C. goes to: Marion! She pairs her Dior Couture double-skirted dress with a metallic snakeskin clutch and killer two-tone pink and red booties (both also by Dior).
works that new bob – and her curves – in a figure-hugging sequined mini at the Topshop Topman Opening Dinner in N.Y.C.
While the top half of floral Fendi dress says sweet, the skin-baring bottom half is nothing short (get it?) of totally sexy. She paired the look with sleek sandals for the 62nd Annual BMI Country Awards in Nashville.
As if the model’s halter mini (worn to the Topshop Topman Opening Dinner in N.Y.C.) wasn’t hot enough, the dress also features several skin-revealing side buckles.
For the Topshop Topman Opening Dinner in N.Y.C., Hailee flirts with a masculine vibe in an off-white tuxedo stripe jumpsuit with an extra- feminine touch: that plunging, notched neckline.
Putting her purple mohawk on full display, Kelly is otherwise demure in a pencil length midi dress topped with a Smythe striped blazer at the Classic Rock Roll of Honour event in Hollywood, where her father Ozzy Osbourne picked up an award.
The actress attends the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards in London, where she picked up the Inspiration Award, wearing a strapless olive green Erdem dress with stomach cutout, Sophie Hulme clutch, red satin Sophia Webster pumps and a matching garnet lip.
“LOVE this beaded, glittery, Oscar de la Renta dress!” said Olivia on Instagram of her ornate look, which she pairs with a gold skinny belt, Casadei pumps and a bright pink pout for the HBO Season 3 premiere of The Newsroom in L.A.
Ashley gets a little graphic in a multi-color, striped dress for the Revolve holiday party at the Grove in L.A.
Jamie wears a very starry high-slit Diane von Furstenberg gown to the L.A. premiere of Big Hero 6 – appropriate enough, considering she’s the star of the film. (P.S.: Don’t miss the gorgeous back view of her hair!)
Plaid, short and sparkly? The Scandal star picks a Prada dress her neutrals-loving alter ego Olivia Pope would hate at the Accessories Council ACE Awards in N.Y.C.
shoots for the stars at the N.Y.C. premiere of Interstellar in a mixed-media Rodarte, which boasts some netting, autumnal foliage and perhaps a cozy shaggy blanket?
We took one quick look at in this simple black gown at the launch of HYPNOTIQ Sparkle in Beverly Hills and did a double take – after all, at first glance, this looks rather demure for a Kardashian. But fear not: she’s still sporting her family’s signature plunging neckline.
With a blinged-out neckline like the one on Jessica’s Prada, you definitely don’t need any other jewelry! She goes totally bare accessories-wise (unless a metallic mani counts?) for the Interstellar N.Y.C. premiere.
This definitely isn’t your mother’s white bikini from the ’70s. Dakota goes retro with a cobalt crochet Proenza Schouler dress that showed her bra and high-cut undies for the Accessories Council ACE Awards in N.Y.C.
The Stella McCartney Alexa chooses for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in N.Y.C. combines two trends – cutouts and, well, cleavage – without showing too much skin. We also can’t take our eyes off her playful fluffy clutch!
Is it possible to fulfill your pumpkin cravings with an outfit? Ashley opts for a spicy Peter Som dress with floral appliqués (and a matching orange lip!) at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in N.Y.C. She finishes the look with snakeskin Paul Andrew heels.
We’re so jealous of those girls in L.A. who can still wear white and spaghetti strap dresses … hey, wait a minute – Karlie is rocking this ensemble in N.Y.C. at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards? Well, we’re still envious (and cold)!
Fresh off a Gucci-heavy LACMA gala, the actress hits another event hosted by the brand, Equality Now’s “Make Equality Reality,” in L.A., wearing a much more casual forest green dress with matte black accents.
High necks were all the rage during Naomi’s heyday in the ’90s, but at the ACE Awards in N.Y.C., Naomi makes this mini ultra-modern with a graphic pattern, which falls somewhere between zebra and monochrome marbling.
“Such a beautiful and inspiring night,” the (who gives JLo some competition in the cleavage-baring department wearing her own plunging, heavily-beaded Gucci design) shares on Instagram.
Curve-enhancing silhouette. Super-low neckline. Lots of sparkle. This Gucci gown has everything the loves, and she’s probably the only person on the planet who would could pull it off.
After a busy Halloween weekend dressing up as a scary-meets-sexy skeleton and Anna Wintour, the wears an outfit that’s 100 percent Kim: a draped Cushnie et Ochs dress featuring a high slit, plus Tom Ford heels and a diamond Cartier choker. But you’ll have to click here to see her favorite accessory.
Editors are still talking about the Gucci gown wore to last year’s LACMA gala, and the actress manages to turn it out again in a sparkling blush stunner by the label, teamed with a bold pink lip and loose waves.
We’re starting to think LACMA also stands for “Ladies and Cleavage Make Art,” because so many stars put their décolletage on display at the event. follows suit in a low-cut navy Gucci look and her signature old-Hollywood waves.
With pumps and a bracelet-length jacket, Yoana Baraschi skirt (worn to the GEMS Symposium in N.Y.C.) would be perfect for work. But as she styles it – with a wrap tank, also by the designer, plus sexy, strappy heels – it’s got “party” written all over it.
“My friend #DemiMoore just rocks my world (And my #gowns)! Last night at @lacma she looked absolutely stunning,” designer Zac Posen says of the actress, who wears a dramatic black dress featuring a train, which she accessorizes with Neil Lane jewels.
The nude Gucci gown is definitely one of those better from the back situations, featuring a draped open cutout from behind.
With that bejeweled neckline and cutout back detail, white Gucci design could double as a wedding dress.
The actress gets some red carpet practice before her Fifty Shades of Grey promo tour in a simple strapless cream Gucci column gown. Her braided mohawk pompadour, however? Not so simple.
Selecting a completely different Gucci look from the rest of the LACMA ladies, the Florence and the Machine frontwoman wears a pair of bold-print patchwork culottes with a matching blouse and neck scarf. The one thing we’ll say: It’s impressive how well the colors complement her hair.
Another member of the Gucci club, the supermodel chooses an asymmetrical black design complete with a sequin-embellished cape. But we really want to know more about that new brunette hair hue she’s sporting.
The actress is definitely on a red carpet hot streak. She chooses a memorable color once again in a periwinkle halter column gown with metallic trim.