Last Night's Look: Love It or Leave It?
The gives black a break and selects a textured mint Roland Mouret dress. It may look sweet from the front, but her look for the Don Jon premiere in N.Y.C. has sexy cutout detailing at the back, plus she adds those hot strappy Roger Vivier sandals.
An illusion neckline. Swiss dots. A sweetheart neckline. With a bow. Sheer sections at the abs and legs. Lace at the hemline. Is there anything the lace Emilio Pucci mini doesn’t have? At least she keeps her accessories minimal (just gold ankle-strap heels) at the Estee Lauder’s Modern Muse fragrance party in N.Y.C.
Olive’s parties in an ivory Marc Jacobs dress, a chic Chanel jacket and a snakeskin clutch (plus a single pop of color via her orange lips) at Estee Lauder’s Modern Muse event in N.Y.C.
No leather, lace or silk ties, Dakota? The newly-named Anastasia Steele keeps it tame in a high-neck LBD, peep-toe booties and mini doctor bag at the Don Jon N.Y.C. premiere.
Before you call this a conservative muumuu, check out just how revealing the billowy floral design is (whoa, right?). She wears the head-turner with green cap-toe pumps at Estee Lauder’s Modern Muse party in N.Y.C.
The 52-year-old actress proves she’s not afraid to wear a sheer bodice, choosing a glam Jason Wu gown with a leaf motif on top and tons of sparkle below for the N.Y.C. Don Jon premiere.
We don’t know where to focus our attention first: the kaleidoscope-meets-dream-catcher print on the actress’s Philosophy di Natalie Ratabesi mini, the sheer short sleeves or those two-tone Bionda Castana lace-up heels, worn to Macy’s Glamorama benefit in L.A.
The 16-year-old actress chooses an age-appropriate floral Marc Jacobs dress, topped with a navy cardi, ankle-strap sandals and an on-trend berry pout at the Modern Muse event in N.Y.C.
Unfortunately, the new season of Downton Abbey doesn’t start until January. But seeing Michelle on the carpet in this asymmetrical striped Vionnet mini – teamed with funky Paul Andrew pumps and a shiny Prada clutch at the N.Y.C. Modern Muse party – makes the wait a bit easier.
Just when you thought you’d seen every possible way to wear cutouts, the supermodel steps out in this Stella McCartney jumpsuit with slashes across the bodice at an Elle event celebrating London Fashion Week.
Good luck concentrating on anything else for the rest of the day. You’ll be too busy staring, slack-jawed, at this photo of the looking like a complete knockout in a sequin Jenny Packham gown at the Tusk Conservation Awards in London.
Only and the designer know the significance of the embellishments on this skirt. But one print clearly isn’t enough for her because she adds a patterned sequin tank, plus more sparkle via emerald jewels, at the America’s Got Talent pre-show event in N.Y.C.
The actress would probably nail an interview in her structured blazer, ruffled white blouse, black skinnies and top-handle bag, but does her suit (worn to a Cantor Fitzgerald charity event in N.Y.C) win you over?
MELANIE "MEL B." BROWN
The America’s Got Talent judge continues to show off her jumpsuit collection (did you think we were gonna say something else?) in a rhinestone-encrusted onesie, accessorized with metallic pumps and tons of jewelry at a pre-show event for the show in N.Y.C.
Between the draping on this navy dress and the shiny gold accessories including delicate strappy sandals, Padma looks more Grecian goddess than TV host at SELF magazine’s Women Doing Good Awards in N.Y.C.
The newly-engaged continues her style parade in a strapless Saint Laurent mini teamed with a demure strand of pearls and sleek updo at the Don Jon Toronto premiere.
We wish we were wearing Olivia’s chic color-block pencil skirt and white tee (seen at the Third Person press conference in Toronto) to work right now. Are you feeling the same?
While red lips are the hot color for fall, it’s no surprise bucks convention with a crazy blue pout. What is surprising: The singer keeps it covered up (!) in a varsity jacket, cuffed skinnies and a bunch of rings at a London photo call for her new River Island collection.
There’s the flash of abs we’ve been waiting for. Bringing the first crop top moment of the week, Dianna pairs her midriff-baring number with an asymmetrical black skirt (both Osman) and Christian Louboutin pumps at the N.Y.C. premiere of The Family.
On her hit show The Newsroom, Olivia is all business in power suits. But off set, she totally knows how to show it off, selecting a black gown with a dramatic open back and side slit. She accessorizes the jaw-dropping design with a metallic clutch, oversize cuff and spiked hoops at the Sunglass Hut new store opening in N.Y.C.
More Dior! The actress continues to pay allegiance to her favorite designer in an asymmetrical Christian Dior mini (featuring voluminous sleeves that are giving us bathrobe vibes) and neon-accented pumps at the Blood Ties press conference in Toronto.
It’s easy to see why celebrities love Lanvin. The actress glows in her hot pink floral mini by the label, which shows off her amazing stems. She plays up the look with a smoky eye and major danglers at the Insidious L.A. premiere.
After this major all-black moment, the actress lightens up in a draped white dress and black open-toe booties at the My Mom book event in N.Y.C.
Our Celeb Style Council member continues to show off her sartorial skills in a gray peplum dress and strappy black pumps at the Badgley Mischka store opening in N.Y.C. And judging by her bold red lip and soft curls, her beauty skills are clearly also on point.
No minidress needed. The new mom flaunts her trim figure in a leather-embellished Osman top and sleek black trousers at the Trophy Wife preview in Beverly Hills.
Does the pretty print on the star’s Mary Katrantzou dress remind anyone else of a watercolor painting? She completes the look with a merlot pout and two-tone pumps at the Justin and the Knights of Valour Toronto premiere.
The joins the cutout club (and the slightly less popular mock turtleneck club) in this sexy-yet-sophisticated Calvin Klein Collection design, accessorized with metallic sandals for the One Chance premiere in Toronto.
There’s not denying it: body defies Gravity. Just look at her toned physique in this colorful Roland Mouret number worn to a press conference for her new film in Toronto.
Carrie Mathison? Are you in there? The Homeland is the opposite of crazy in a flowy Valentino gown and an utterly perfect blowout at the season 3 screening of her hit Showtime show.
The tries something different on the red carpet, opting for a tricky-to-pull-off blue lace-embellished Dolce & Gabbana dress (can you say, lady who lunches?) at the InStyle Toronto Film Festival Party.
If we stare at her Antonio Berardi dress long enough, will we start to see different images? Olivia has all eyes on her thanks to her Magic Eye-esque printed sheath at an IMDb event in Toronto.
We can’t help it: Every time we see in a red dress, the Pretty Woman theme song pops into our heads. But we’re not sure how Richard Gere’s character would feel about this red lace Dolce & Gabbana mini, topped off with Gucci triple-strap heels at the August: Osage County premiere in Toronto.
Judging by her sexy stare and stance, knows she looks gooood in her plunging Burberry Prorsum midi. She adds some extra personality to the white design with emerald earrings and snakeskin pumps at the Third Person premiere in Toronto.
The Queen of High-Low Hemlines chooses a lace look by her go-to designer, Christian Dior. She plays up the dress with cap-toe pumps, a green cuff and pretty pink lips at the Blood Ties premiere in Toronto.
shows off her décolletage in an abstract-print Jason Wu design with a dramatic cut-out neckline and waist-cinching band and accessorizes with bold green Jimmy Choo pumps at the premiere of The Devil’s Knot in Toronto.
The takes on fall’s color-block trend in a strapless Narciso Rodriguez number, teamed with teal and gold-studded Christian Louboutin pumps at the Gravity premiere in Toronto.
Who has the power to convince us that a dress with faux suspenders is totally stylish? Diane, of course, in this sheer-illusion Jill Stuart look. And the fun doesn’t stop there. She completes the ensemble with a Charlotte Olympia “Timepiece” bag and red pumps at a screening of her new show The Bridge in Munich.
Demure and chic. That’s the look we think was going for in her red lace Dolce & Gabbana dress featuring a black waistband and flare skirt. She tops the look with a Max Mara clutch at the Dallas Buyers Club premiere in Toronto.
Sophisticated. Check. Figure-flattering. Check. Great shoes. Check. The lace-embellished Altuzarra suit and Louis Vuitton bow pumps (worn to the premiere of Railway Man in Toronto) hit all her usual style high notes.
Her makeup may be barely there at the Mademoiselle C premiere in N.Y.C., but the sheer lace top and fishtail skirt (both Dolce & Gabbana) pack all the attention-grabbing power necessary.
After having an all-out-glam moment in this dramatic gown, chooses a fun, cobalt Valentino mini with an off-the-shoulder neckline at the premiere of The Last of Robin Hood in Toronto.
Right about now, you’re busy getting lost in the nature scene on Mary Katrantzou dress. When the trance breaks, vote on her unique frock, selected for the premiere of Can a Song Save Your Life? in Toronto.
Also choosing a Mary Katrantzou design, the actress tests out the matchy makeup trend, coordinating her blue eyeliner to her dress at the Artists for Peace and Justice Brunch in Toronto.
The actress proves she’s the print (and color) wearer in her fam (See: MK and Ashley) in this beaded, zig-zag Proenza Schouler dress, paired with peep-toe Bionda Castana booties at the Therese premiere in Toronto.