Hey, hot stuff. The Newsroom star unleashes her inner bombshell in a nude-and-black Michael Kors strapless bustier dress with a lace bottom, then tops the look with a glossy red lip for a visit to The Late Show With David Letterman in N.Y.C.
A simple dress made totally sexy thanks to lace? Sounds familiar. The picks the floral Vera Wang Collection mini and coordinating lace heels for the Getaway premiere in L.A.
We’re always thrilled to see on the red carpet, especially when she busts out an unexpected look, like this bright pink, green and orange Alex Perry dress, which she pairs with metallic Giuseppe Zanotti sandals at a photo call for Gravity in Venice, Italy.
We’ve officially lost count of how many incredible high-fashion dresses Lily has worn in the past few weeks while promoting The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. For a stop in Mexico City, she chooses a sheer black number with an intricate bodice, plus vibrant purple lips and structured waves.
She time-traveled all the way to be at the MTV VMAs! At least that’s what we assumed upon seeing retro curls, which top off a clinging, sparkling navy Hervé Léger by Max Azria gown.
It’s business in the back and a party in the front for the Teen Wolf actress, who wears an intricately-beaded top with satin cream pants – plus a ballgown-esque train – to the MTV VMAs in Brooklyn.
Stealing a page out of the playbook, the actress takes her LBD up a notch with the help of sheer lace and a risqué asymmetrical neckline at the L.A. premiere of The World’s End.
Seventy-five percent of PEOPLE.com users voted the Girls star’s white mesh and floral mini a hit. And in other good news, if anyone proposes to her on the MTV VMAs red carpet, she’ll already be dressed for the wedding!
We’re having Met Gala flashbacks! The singer combines feathers, sparkles and sheer to jaw-dropping effect with her sexy silver Givenchy gown at the MTV VMAs.
This hairstyle, made up of two -esque knots, shaved sides and straight short strands in back, isn’t the most confusing thing did at the VMAs in Brooklyn, but it’s on the long list.
With a train as long as the show’s list of performers and a slit as high as the energy level in the crowd, Rita goes glam and glitzy at the MTV VMAs in a plume-covered skirt and plunging bejeweled top (by Alexandre Vauthier Couture), plus an uncharacteristically sleek lob.
Jaws went south as the model hit the red carpet at the VMAs in Brooklyn wearing a sheer Alexandre Vauthier gown over nothing but a bandeau and underwear, but of course, that was before Miley did this and made Erin look positively demure.
Matchy-matchy-matchy-matchy-matchy. That’s the only way to describe the actress’s lace Houghton gown, coordinating bra, bold lip and bright Brian Atwood heels, which all go perfectly with the red carpet at the Madrid premiere of Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.
If you’re attending the Los Angeles Food and Wine Festival, you’d be smart to wear something that won’t show red wine spills and will disguise a food baby. makes the right choice with a flowy spaghetti-strap red dress.
Would we like to be Drinking Buddies with Olivia? Yes, but we’re more interested in being shopping buddies with her after seeing the actress in this structured J. Mendel dress featuring cutouts on the bodice and a flippy flared skirt, chosen for an N.Y.C. screening of her new film.
Did the devil ice skate to work today? Because isn’t wearing face paint or any other bells and whistles, but rather a simple (for her) Balenciaga dress, basic (for her) gold jewelry and low (for her) Ruthie Davis heels for a visit to the Elvis Duran and the Z100 Morning Show in N.Y.C.
It’s an abs parade and Lily is the Grand Marshal. She selects a Paper London sleeveless number, a floor-length Halston Heritage skirt and a gold Pluma Italia chain necklace for the Berlin premiere of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.
We wonder if the actress had trouble deciding which hairstyle to choose for the Imagen Awards in Beverly Hills. Because she combines two very different looks – bouncy side-swept curls on one side and a bunch of mini braids on the other – for a surprising hybrid style.
Allover sequins. Short hemline. Curve-hugging silhouette. This sexy Emilio Pucci mini (that the actress wears to Telemundo s Premios Tu Mundo Awards) probably has printed on the tag.
Going for lots of color at the InStyle party in West Hollywood, the People StyleWatch Celeb Style Council member selects a plunging Diane von Furstenberg jumpsuit complete with ruffle detailing at the waist, plus a Chanel chain belt.
You already know how we feel about latest look (this headline says it all). Now it’s time for you to weigh in on the actress’s girlie Dior mini and purple statement earrings at the We’re the Millers premiere in London.
We feel like we need to put on a pair of 3-D glasses to get the full effect of Olivia’s psychedelic Clover Canyon mini, accessorized with a green clutch and sandals (both Jimmy Choo) at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s luncheon in Beverly Hills.
Her last look had an 11% approval rating, but we have a feeling this loose Osman crop top and matching A-line skirt (worn to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s luncheon in Beverly Hills) will get way more love. That gorgeous crown plait is bound to help.
Crop tops make an appearance in N.Y.C., where Rooney selects a long-sleeve navy Calvin Klein Collection design and black pencil skirt at a screening of Ain’t Them Bodies Saints.
She may reveal a whole lot more in Lovelace, but still gets tongues wagging in her dotted sheer skirt and matching navy blouse (both Gucci), teamed with a bold red pout and sky-high Givenchy sandals, at a screening for her the film in London.
If only our side ponytails looked this glamorous! Diane amps up the style with a deep side part, a few face-framing curls and a section of hair wrapped around the base, at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s luncheon in Beverly Hills.
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.
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.
Short. Leather. Backless. The electric-blue mini (worn to the Junk Food fashion show after party in N.Y.C.) covers all the jaw-dropping bases.
At first glance, the side-parted updo (worn to the Toronto premiere of Don Jon) looks quite simple. But when you check it out from the side and back, you can see the front is sectioned off from the rest of her hair to create that cool swoop effect. And yes, that’s a net to keep the chignon in place.
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.
No sudden movements, Naomi! The supermodel must have used an entire role (or two) of double-stick tape to secure her strappy, 50 Shades-esque gown for the Novak Djokovic Foundation dinner in N.Y.C.
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.
We always thought red was the color, but this aqua Atelier Versace design makes her fiery hair and porcelain skin stand out even more at the Toronto premiere of The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby.
Hollywood’s Rapunzel goes for yet another braid. This time it’s a side plait that starts at her part and ends in an undone over-the-shoulder fishtail at the Gravity premiere in Toronto.
We wonder how many dresses with unique necklines the actress has in her closet. She selects a black Roland Mouret number (featuring a gold zipper down the back) that shows off her killer bod at party for her new film Rush in Toronto.
The Shameless star puts many of the other dresses she’s worn to shame in this emerald lace Monique Lhuillier confection with sheer detailing, worn to the designer’s fashion show in N.Y.C.
We want to bring a photo of the piecey fringe to our hairstylist, since she totally has us contemplating bangs. She pulls back the rest of her hair into a maze of curls at the Dallas Buyers Club premiere in Toronto.
Forget what the models are wearing at the BCBGMAXAZRIA show. We’re most interested in nabbing the Celeb Style Council member’s embellished jacket, leather bustier and navy pencil skirt (all by the fashion label). We’ll take her abs too.
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.
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.
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.
The singer is in full plume in her feather-embellished Julien Macdonald mini, featuring a sheer panel at the back. She finishes the Black Swan-meets-Björk mini with silver strappy pumps and a box clutch at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London.
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.
You were probably too distracted by crazy crop top to notice the pretty French plait creation wrapped around her head at the GQ Men of the Year Awards 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.
The actress goes glam in a black Nina Ricci halter gown(featuring a lace neckline and fishtail bottom at the premiere of Tracks 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.
Jumpsuits are a dime a dozen these days, but Elsa manages to be memorable in her sheer black Elie Saab onesie (maybe it has something to do with the fact that the sleeves look like wings) at the premiere of Rush in London.
The actress goes for a mass of messy-on-purpose, pinned-up plaits in the back and volume at the crown for the premiere of Tracks in Venice.
No, that’s not a typo. It’s really and her shocking new hair. The star pairs the blunt blonde look with an Alexander McQueen patterned mini and red booties for an appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman in N.Y.C.