Last Night's Look: Love It or Leave It?
The newly bobbed attends the Berlin International Film Festival premiere of Queen of the Desert wearing a romantic Valentino Haute Couture gown and Fred Leighton danglers.
Touchable fuzzy sweater? Bold leather skirt? Braid? We’re guessing Dakota’s look would be Christian Grey-approved, which is appropriate considering she’s wearing it to a screening of Fifty Shades of Grey in N.Y.C.
The singer loves a mini-and-boot ensemble, and this black-and-white look at the Turn It Up For Change ball to benefit HRC in Hollywood fits her uniform to a (bold-patterned) T.
The Oscar nominee manages to make an animal pattern look minimalist in a Saint Laurent LBD that subtly shines (except for its sparkling turtleneck, which seriously shines) for a London screening of her film Still Alice.
For a girlier take on the sleek black mini, Lauren opts for a classic fit-and-flare shape (the dress is Lela Rose) with nude Express sandals and a delicate gold necklace at the John Frieda Hair Care Beach Blonde Collection Party in N.Y.C.
How does she do it? Match her hair to her dress, we mean. Her platinum do is so bright it’s almost as white as the Louis Vuitton dress she’s wearing for the Louis Vuitton SERIES 2 collection cocktail reception in L.A.
The model looks chic and sleek (and pretty covered up!) in a fuchsia Roland Mouret shift and Malone Souliers heels for an appearance at Victoria’s Secret Herald Square in N.Y.C. in honor of Valentine’s Day.
To share her Valentine’s Day lingerie tips at Victoria’s Secret Herald Square in N.Y.C., the model went for a ladylike pink Antonio Berardi and playful Alexandre Birman sandals that make us think that our V-Day date night outfit just might need a pop of orange!
The Glee star puts on quite possibly the most dramatic display of pattern mixing (skirt, top and bag!) for Louis Vuitton’s SERIES 2 Collection cocktail event in L.A.
To create this look for the Turn It Up For Change ball in Hollywood, we can totally imagine the Fashion Police star seeking out shoes that perfectly match the birds on her 50s-style skirt, and she’s succeeded!
We’re breathing an audible sigh of relief that the Gone Girl actress has decided to branch out from black-and-white! The crewneck mini she picked for the Louis Vuitton SERIES 2 collection cocktail party in L.A. is a mix of soft shades of blue.
This structured Louis Vuitton skirt and top Emilia picks for the designer’s SERIES 2 collection presentation in L.A. just might be the most mod we’ve seen the Game of Thrones star dress.
The singer gave birth to her first child over the summer, and has never been shy about showing off her post-baby body. This Dsquared2 look for the Turn It Up For Change ball in Hollywood is sexy (thanks to a thigh-high slit) without being too scandalous.
For the Louis Vuitton SERIES 2 collection launch in L.A., the actress picks a suit by the designer with a futuristic spin – that pattern might look like a small-scale floral but it’s actually abstract, and the patent insets at the collar give off a space-age vibe.
You just may have to be a supermodel to pull off white pumps and layers upon layers of brown, like Christy did in Calvin Klein Collection at the launch party of the Editorialist’s latest issue.
The brings the spring in a bright papaya Three Floor dress and nude Tamara Mellon sandals at a taping of Extra in Universal City, California.
Somehow, Jamie beat to her favorite look: a crop-top two piece (this one’s Noir Sachin & Babi), worn with powder blue Rene Caovilla heels and Ippolita jewels at the VES Awards in Beverly Hills.
This look (worn to a Johnson’s parenting event in N.Y.C.) has everything loves in an outfit: all black everything, sassy boots and a statement look.
The distinctly French actress rocks a distinctly French look to the Berlin Film Festival: a white-piped button down tucked into a full floral skirt, all topped with her signature gamine haircut.
Step one: Get invited to a fancy Valentine’s Day party. Step two: Borrow the Beyond the Lights star’s gorgeous watercolor-print Lela Rose dress. Step three: Also get all her skincare and hair secrets while we’re at it, because we want to look just like she does at L.A.’s AAFCA Awards.
Gearing up for Fashion Week? The catwalker practices her “model off duty” look in a Mad Over You shirt, AG jeans and a floppy hat at the the DreamYard Bronx-Wide Poetry Slam in N.Y.C.
In a black and white polka-dot print Dolce & Gabbana dress, two-tone pumps with dotted heels and a Roger Vivier “Love” clutch at an event for her Scandal and The Limited clothing collection in L.A.
In a black crop top and high-waisted skirt (both Michael Kors) plus sandals at Gilt and (RED) Celebrate the Launch Of Jennifer Meyer xo Jessica Alba in West Hollywood.
In a blue top and pants, tailored jacket and sneakers at a Chicago after-party (she’s making her Broadway debut!) in N.Y.C
In a red Donna Karan dress with a cut-outs at the stomach (and back) and glittery pumps at a Victoria’s Secret Valentine’s Day event in Las Vegas.
In a striped black fur coat and top, plus abstract print orange and white accordion skirt at Gilt and (RED) Celebrate The Launch Of Jennifer Meyer xo Jessica Alba in West Hollywood.
In a moto jacket and animal print top, plus a tutu and lace-up boots at the Benefit Cosmetics and BaubleBar collaboration party in N.Y.C.
In a teal number with an asymmetrical peplum waist and pointy gold pumps at a Celebrity Apprentice event in N.Y.C.
In a red, white and light blue graphic print top and black pants at Sirius XM Studios in N.Y.C.
In a three quarter sleeve scoop neck cream sweater, multi-color draped skirt and sandals at a screening of Gardeners of Eden, which she produced, during the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in Santa Barbara, California.
In a fur coat and sparkly dress at Gilt and (RED) Celebrate The Launch Of Jennifer Meyer xo Jessica Alba in West Hollywood.
In a strapless, gray, white and pink floral print Escada gown and Chopard jewels at the Escada Meets Thilo Westermann Collection Launch.
For her first red carpet since welcoming baby Wyatt in October (it’s the premiere of her new adventure film Jupiter Ascending in L.A.), goes with a fitted bustier dress by Dolce & Gabbana, a Miiori necklace with Gemfields rubies and some lacy Louboutins.
should be a professor in modern ladylike dressing, and her latest lesson takes place at the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills. It’s a Michael Kors ensemble that mixes patterns perfectly: with a classic black-and-white palette, a semi-sheer midi skirt and a polished crewneck.
Simple doesn’t have to be boring, and it won’t be if you’re wearing a perfectly tailored Giambattista Valli fit-and-flare like the one wore to the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills. Sleek sandals with an architectural detail add a mod twist.
The Still Alice star’s playful Prabal Gurung at the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills is another example of a stunning redhead pulling off a stunning red dress.
The Oscar nominee puts a deconstructed spin on her usual ultra-feminine style in a black Prada midi with asymmetrical stitching for AARP’s Movies For Grownups Awards Gala in Beverly Hills.
The deep red Pamella Roland A-line dress and great neutral Aldo sandals that America wore to the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills is giving us major date-night outfit inspiration.
For the Tokyo premiere of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the actress continued her never-ending bombshell streak in a plunging Salvatore Ferragamo gown with a super-high slit.
Wearing flowers doesn’t always have to give off a girlie vibe. Marion makes an impact in a Carolina Herrera mini with a giant pixelated floral detail at The Hollywood Reporter’s nominees night in Beverly Hills.
The Gone Girl star is a big fan of minis, and goes for a sculptural Vionnet at the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills.
At the Art Directors Guild Excellence in Production Design Awards the deserves her own honor for excellence in color, wearing a bright fuchsia Solace London strapless dress with white pumps in Beverly Hills.
In a bra top, body-hugging skirt, cropped fur coat and strappy shoes, celebrates Super Bowl weekend (did you see her selfie-filled commercial?) at DirecTV Super Saturday Night in Glendale, Arizona.
shows off her gorgeous curves – just four months after giving birth to daughter Rose Dorothy – in a Preen mini featuring some sophisticated tricolor fringe at the G’Day USA Gala in L.A.
The Cake picked up the Montecito Award in a wide-leg jumpsuit with a subtly sexy center slit and waist-cinching belt during the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in Santa Barbara, California.
At the G’Day USA Gala in L.A., opts for a floor-grazing plum gown with a square embellishment detail, balancing the piece with low-key makeup and soft waves.
It’s not one of Julianne’s most colorful moments, but the Seventh Son actress still manages to standout in black, pairing her halter dress with a bright red lip at the N.Y.C screening of the new film.
After stunning in a tulle crop top and double split skirt by Temperley London at the NFL Honors in Phoenix, Chrissy does what all supermodels should do – wear the embellished ensemble to a Waffle House.
Olivia attends the NFL Honors in Phoenix (her new boyfriend is Green Bay Packers quarterback and MVP Aaron Rodgers) wearing a pleated purple Maria Lucia Hohan gown with sheer panels.
Also at the NFL Honors in Phoenix, Nina presented an award in a purple wool Emilio Pucci tuxedo and black lace Kurt Geiger pumps, topping off the sleek look with super-straight hair.
In a silk-chiffon floral Erdem gown with a high-neck tie, Felicity is a vision of elegance at the Art Directors Guild Excellence In Production Design Awards in Beverly Hills.
The Mad Men actress is simply sweet in a Lela Rose strapless blush dress with a blooming floral pattern which matches her teal sandals at the Art Directors Guild Excellence In Production Design Awards in Beverly Hills.
Rosamund displays her post-baby body in a perforated Erdem dress featuring lace panels at the sides and ruffled sleeves at the Virtuosos Award, where she picked up a trophy, during the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in Santa Barbara, California.