What's Her Best Side? Red Carpet 360
Does the singer’s latest hairstyle remind anyone else of My Little Pony? She works a purple and blue ombré side pony, a 20’s-inspired finger wave and a strip of what appears to be violet sparkles along her part.
Though we aren’t the biggest fans of the Leaning Tower of Topknot, we are in favor the embellished deep-V Armani Privé jumpsuit and oversize flower brooch for the label’s Haute Couture show in Paris.
The attends the Valentino Haute Couture show in Paris wearing a floor-length mint gown with an insanely plunging neckline by the French fashion house.
Even fans sitting behind the at the FIFA Closing Ceremony in Brazil got to enjoy her sparkly red costume, which features sexy illusion cutouts and a dramatic criss-crossing pattern all the way around the top.
We are totally adding the do to our “off-duty” hair inspiration board. She keeps the front half loose and gathers the rest back into a messy low bun for the Sex Tape premiere in Los Angeles.
The gives onlookers a 360-degree view of her swimsuit-esque Alon Livné gown at the launch party for her new single “Come Alive” in West Hollywood, Calif.
While everyone else was probably staring at her rather interesting shirt at the Free the Nipple fundraiser in Los Angeles, we were checking out her pink and orange hair. The actress parts it to the side and adds a tight braid over one ear.
The actress looks ready for a garden party in this Honor floral-print dress that features a floating collar, sheer neckline and keyhole cutout in the back at the Sex Tape premiere in Los Angeles.
Even as we write this caption, we’re pretty confident we know how you all are going to vote on crop top, undies, sheer fishnet harem pants, white pumps and looped silver necklace (plus that fiery new crop) at the Chanel show during Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week.
Two braids are better than one? The actress doubles down on the summer hair trend, sporting a tight plait that that’s woven into a looser braid, seen at the West Hollywood premiere of The Bridge.
No, that’s not a wardrobe malfunction. The actress’s print-on-print Louis Vuitton number featuring a pleated leather mini and an interesting one-sleeve top (seen at the N.Y.C. premiere of Affluenza) is supposed to reveal a hint of bra.
To celebrate her 30th birthday in Vegas, breaks out an LBD with sheer panels at the sides and allover geometric beading.
Another supermodel after hours, Karlie selects a high-slit LBD with barely-there contrasting spaghetti straps for the Vogue Foundation Gala in Paris.
The (very tan) face of Dior attends the fashion house’s show in Paris in a white-and-black dress from the brand that appears very demure from the front, but is as sexy as it gets from the side.
There are so many different aspects to Dior dress that we’re not quite where to begin, but here goes: It features an ivory brocade mini, with a one-shoulder tiered layer on top, plus a floaty sheer skirt emblazoned with what look like black-and-white cookies. She tops it off with two-tone pumps at the brand’s fashion show in Paris.
The very definition of statuesque (the woman looks like an Oscar!), stuns in a sparkly gold Dior mini that makes her legs look miles long at the runway show for the brand in Paris.
When you’re , you get to wear Atelier Versace ensembles before they appear on the runway. When you’re J.Lo, you can also get away with wearing ensembles made up of one beaded pant leg, half a gown and major silver sandals (also Versace) to the brand’s show in Paris.
When this Simone Rocha midi was shown on the runway, it had a totally sheer skirt, but plays it safer by adding a lining on the ladylike floral-embroidered design, accessorized with gold Prada Mary-Janes at the Begin Again photo call in London.
The actress may be at a fashion show in Paris, but there’s something military-esque about her Versace mini, which features epaulettes (with fringe!), gold buttons down the front, a mock turtleneck and a paisley print in red, white and navy.
The socialite takes a fashion risk (and risks some seriously bad tan lines) with the intricately cutout sparkly white number that, despite being long-sleeve, high-neck and floor-length, manages to show off her cleavage, her legs and her abs at the BET Awards in L.A.
The leading lady in Transformers keeps the spotlight on her style, opting for a body-hugging long-sleeve white gown at the Berlin premiere of her movie.
There are minis and then there’s what Lily is wearing: a very, very leg-baring LBD with an equally revealing neckline, seen at the Serpentine Gala in London.
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At the Saturn Awards in Burbank, Calif., the actress’s hairstyle feels subtly on-theme. She wears a crown braid that circles her head and wraps around a messy low bun (inspired by the planet’s rings perhaps?).
Nude: That’s how we’d describe the color of the model’s draped one-shoulder Emilio Pucci gown. And as soon as she turns around to reveal the open back (featuring two golden chains) of her look at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London, we feel compelled to use the word again.
It’s no surprise that the stylish actress gives us another very high-fashion look to vote on, choosing a black-and-white spotted crop top and coordinating pencil skirt (both Roland Mouret), plus, yellow pumps and a striped clutch at a panel event for her show The Bridge in Beverly Hills.
We told you the 19-year-old star’s style should be on your radar. Nicola adds yet another noteworthy look to her red carpet promo tour – a blue glittering Balenciaga gown, worn with loose waves to the Transformers: Age Of Extinction premiere in N.Y.C.
Fear of broad horizontal stripes? Not this woman, who sports a Stella McCartney creation featuring the print on the cutaway dress as well as the bandeau peeking out from underneath. She adds orange peep-toes to complete her look at an N.Y.C. screening of Third Person.
A simple white dress gets some figure-flaunting assistance with a portrait neckline and nude side panels. The actress adds delicate sandals to her look for the Wish I Was Here premiere in L.A.
A skintight black dress with a sheer neckline and netted panels gets accessorized with black-and-white platforms (and colorful hair and nails, of course) at Logo TV’s Trailblazers event in N.Y.C.
Is it strange that we think the most noteworthy part of this outfit isn’t the bra-baring mint lace crop top or the lavender hair, but rather the extremely wide-leg pleated white pants wears to Licensing Expo in Vegas?
It may look like a crop top and skirt, but the actress’s look is actually a dress. She wears the summery white-and-blue Vionnet design featuring a lotus flower print, plus strappy Casadei sandals to the One for the Boys Fashion Ball in London.
The mint trend extends all the way to Monte Carlo, where the actress selects a Georges Hobeika Signature gown featuring an illusion neckline and heavily embellished bodice (and a braided crown, of course) for the closing ceremony of the Monte Carlo Television Festival.
A sexy dark halter is appropriate to celebrate the final season premiere of a sexy dark show. True Blood’s star hits the Hollywood red carpet in a side-revealing mini with a looped gold necklace, stacks of bracelets and ankle-strap heels.
Is Elle still in character? She dons a very Sleeping Beauty-esque gown, a cream Alexander McQueen creation embroidered with moons and stars and featuring feathers on the hemline, blousy sleeves and a tie at the neckline for the Tokyo premiere of Maleficent.
The actress told PEOPLE that this pea-green cutout J.Mendel gown featuring a sheer panel at the d colletage with starburst embellishments was on her Pinterest board “for some time” before she chose it for the awards. Oh, and that crimped updo? It was inspired by her recent vacation to Jamaica.
To collect her CFDA Fashion Icon Award, the chooses a custom sheer fishnet gown from Adam Selman, coordinating gloves and a head scarf, covered in over 216,000 Swarovski crystals, plus a fur stole. You know, as fashion icons do.
Without that pale-green sash draped across her body and tied at the waist, Keri’s black-and-white gown might get filed under “pretty, but basic.” The unexpected touch, though, makes the Rosie Assoulin creation really eye-catching, especially to Keri, who said the design “feels chic but real.”
No, that’s not a leather dress. That strapless Atelier Versace gown with a dramatic draped waistline wearing at the Hollywood premiere of Maleficent is made of, wait for it, rubberized silk.
Looking appropriately like a princess, the Maleficent actress steps out in an off-the-shoulder icy pale-blue Elie Saab confection, plus a choker, at the movie’s Hollywood premiere.
If you think the model’s metallic maroon dress for the Gucci Museo exhibit opening in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is pretty tame, you should take another look. Her high neckline and flowing sleeves are contrasted by an exposed back and slit up the middle.
For her final look at Cannes (chosen for the closing ceremony), Uma goes dramatic in a silk crepe Marchesa creation with ethereal illusion tulle and bird wing detailing that was hand embroidered on the décolletage and back, plus Chopard earrings and a wispy updo.
Looks like someone couldn’t decide on just one body part to show off. At the amfAR Gala at Cannes, the model poses in a cleavage-baring white Roberto Cavalli design featuring a very high slit on the pleated skirt and a strappy rear view.
The draped cap sleeves on the actress’s plunging navy Vionnet gown have a very capelike feel from the back, seen at the amfAR Gala at Cannes.
The open back of the supermodel’s mustard Emilio Pucci gown isn’t the only way she’s showing skin at the amfAR Gala at Cannes. Look closely: The waistline and one-shoulder neckline both have subtle cutouts.
From light and summery to dark and heavy, changes things up with a black-and-forest-green Jason Wu gown featuring a shawl at the Mr. Turner premiere.
Not one to miss a party, shows up at Cannes to attend the Puerto Azul Experience event in a very bridal-looking white gown with gold chain straps and subtle slashes across the skirt.
The singer makes a sparkly appearance at Cannes (at the Vanity Fair and Chanel party) in a blue sheath featuring off-the-shoulder mermaid-esque sleeves and a matching hemline, plus equally shimmery Louboutins.
She may be in France, but look is reading very Greek goddess to us. She selects a draped Marchesa confection with a train and an asymmetrical off-one-shoulder neckline adorned with crystals, adding a swept-back hairstyle and a Bulgari serpent necklace for the How to Train Your Dragon 2 red carpet.