Last Night's Look: Love It or Leave It?
Why Diane Kruger is the luckiest lady on the planet: a.) She dates Joshua Jackson, and b.) She gets invited to events like the Valentino Ball in Venice, where she gets to wear gorgeous gowns like this pink-embellished couture number by the designer.
Continuing to make jaws drop on her Diana press tour, selects a flowy white Marchesa mini featuring a tulle skirt and lace neckline for the film’s Paris premiere.
The black-and-gold embellished Valentino gown (worn to the designer’s ball in Venice) looks like it’s from the Game of Thrones wardrobe closet. We’re curious to see how you vote.
“Boom!” Yes, that’s what 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target sweatshirt says (worn to the designer’s launch party in N.Y.C. along with navy tuxedo pants), and that’s what we say to ourselves nearly every time she hits the red carpet.
SARAH JESSICA PARKER
It’s rare to see in an LBD (where are the sequins, feathers and bold prints?), but we have to say it’s refreshing to see her in this mini, worn with minimal accessories to a Lexus event in N.Y.C.
Unreal. Gorgeous. Stunning. These adjectives were used by editors to describe the in her white Versace gown featuring an asymmetrical neckline and thigh-high slit. She accessorizes the dress with a black Edie Parker clutch and dramatic Chopard danglers at the Diana premiere in London.
A star we’re more accustomed to seeing in top-to-bottom black, keeps things interesting with the silhouette of her ensemble. She pairs a structured blazer with loose clam-diggers for the The X Factor Season 3 premiere party in L.A.
The Queen of Dramatic Evening Gowns selects a strapless creation with sequin detailing and a major train, but tempers it with a lack of bling and a sleek bun at the Hispanic Heritage Awards in Washington, D.C.
Another reason we can’t wait for the 3.1 Phillip Lim collection to hit Target (happening on Sept. 15!): The singer’s navy-and-black blazer and colorful animal print skirt from the line, teamed with not-available-at-Target Givenchy sandals and a studded Fendi clutch for the launch party in N.Y.C.
MARY-KATE & ASHLEY OLSEN
These two definitely have their red-carpet M.O. down: all black, a close stance and a whole lotta ‘tude. They keep it up at the Lexus event in N.Y.C. in fairly nondescript looks, plus funky shoes: cutout booties on and ankle-tie pumps on .
There’s something almost Jennifer-Lawrence-at-her-first-Oscars about Mia’s Christian Dior gown, worn to the premiere of Only Lovers Left Alive in Toronto. Must be the curve-hugging cut and bold shade.
You know the fashion rule, “When you show a lot of skin on top, cover up on the bottom.” Yeah, the singer throws that right out the window, selecting a cleavage-baring gray crop top and a coordinating skirt with one of the highest slits we’ve ever seen for The X Factor Season 3 premiere party in N.Y.C.
If you’re hosting the Style Awards in N.Y.C., your outfit better pack some sartorial punch. And doesn’t disappoint in a studded crop top, coordinating ankle-grazing trousers (both Antonio Berardi) and double-strap heels.
The Model of the Year may have earned that title for wearing much less clothing, but she happily accepts the honor in a black Altuzarra dress with zipper detailing, sheer paneling and a sexy neckline at the Style Awards in N.Y.C.
The skips the LBD and answers the call of the wild with this animal-print Michael Kors dress, teamed with an embossed clutch at The Couture Council luncheon in N.Y.C.
The is clearly ready for fall because she picks a dark lace dress and black booties (accessorized with her crazy sparkler) for the Benefit Cosmetics Fashion Week party in N.Y.C.
We wonder if the Mad Men actress and Kate Upton got dressed together. Because their black, structured Altuzarra dresses (both worn to the Style Awards in N.Y.C.) have a similar vibe, right down the the plunging necklines and sexy slits.
That sensation you’re feeling is called Stem Envy and we came down with it too when we saw the supermodel in this floral mini with its architectural skirt, topped off with a gold clutch and white pumps for the Benefit Cosmetics Fashion Week party in N.Y.C.
The actress supports hubby Robin Thicke at his Treats! Magazine album release party in N.Y.C. wearing a tangerine second-skin Stella McCartney stunner that gives those girls in his Blurred Lines video some serious competition.
Looks like the actress got some inspiration from her Boardwalk Empire character’s closet. She opts for a red lace dress, retro pinned-under curls and a bold pout at the season four premiere party in N.Y.C.
We’re as confused as you are so let’s break it down, piece by piece: is wearing a structured cream topper consisting of a bandeau and a voluminous cape-like contraption, baggy high-waisted trousers (both Balenciaga) and sparkly peep-toe heels at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London.
Jaw, meet keyboard. issues a not-so-subtle reminder that she has the best cleavage in the business with this off-the-shoulder Versace gown and dazzling Bulgari statement necklace at the Under the Skin premiere in Venice.
You already know we love the shoes, but we want to know if you love the rest of the outfit. The goes androgynous with a touch of sexy via a loose-fitting black suit over a cropped white tee at a party for the new Hermès boutique in Beverly Hills.
If you’re going to the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London, you’ll probably want to wear an outfit that’ll make all those dudes drool. Rosie accomplishes that in a shiny second-skin stunner and metallic Louboutins. And let’s be honest: Even we’re drooling.
The eye makeup is like nothing we’ve ever seen and her “concealer lips” are quite polarizing. But for now, we need you to vote on the singer’s bold beaded Etro gown (worn to the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London) featuring sexy cutouts at the waist and a bold black-and-yellow skeleton-esque pattern.
Showing her pride for the Baltimore Ravens (and her support of fabric stores everywhere), Stacy teams a striped top with a voluminous purple skirt that ties at the waist at the NFL’s Back to Football event in N.Y.C.
The Mad Men star goes for some print-on-print action, pairing a spotted silk shirt with a floral skirt and on-trend peach heels at the Everything is Ours opening night party in N.Y.C.
Showing off less skin than the rest of the ladies at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London, the fashionista takes this opportunity to flaunt something else: her sartorial skills in a crinkly ice-blue Carven mini and a clear Chanel clutch.
After Olivia made a splash for not wearing a bra, the singer does it by wearing just a bra on top, plus a mermaid skirt (both Persy Yaniv), to the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London.
#Nobradontcare? The bride-to-be skips the shirt underneath her black Gucci suit, showing off some serious décolletage and her flawless skin at the premiere of Rush in London.
“I want to look like a princess. A sexy princess.” That’s what we imagine telling her stylist before stepping out in this plunging midnight-blue Elie Saab gown with allover sequins, selected for the Venice premiere of Night Moves.
Out with the cutoffs and tees, in with the … long-sleeve, purple velvet Alberta Ferretti gown. Diane warmly welcomes fall with the gown and tops it off with H. Stern danglers for the Jaeger-LeCoultre Gala Dinner in Venice.
We have a hunch is hiding the entire cast of Blue Jasmine underneath her voluminous Christian Dior Couture gown (covered in what look vaguely like Girl Scout badges to us) at the premiere of her film in Deauville, France.
The actress looks like she’s ready for the first day of school in her prim pink Miu Miu frock featuring a proper white collar, but actually she’s at the Women’s Tales photo call in Venice.
She my be pushing 50, but that doesn’t stop Liz from showing off what she’s got in an itty-bitty turquoise mini, complete with an asymmetrical slash cutout at the Brits Icon Awards in London. And really, can you blame her?
After surprising us with a bold color choice last week, the Downton Abbey star is back to basics in a black fit-and-flare mini, a sheer navy top (both Miu Miu), patent pumps and a top-handle bag at the Women’s Tale photo call in Venice.
The flaunts her toned stems (and her obliques and her cleavage) in a black mini with cutout detailing at the waist and a plunging neckline, plus cage sandals, at the Rush premiere in London.