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For an A-list celebrity, awards season isn't just the chance to get wined and dined and wear pretty dresses. It's a weeks-long gauntlet of intense personal improvement, all intended to culminate in one picture-perfect moment when they step out onto the red carpet. And aesthetic perfection doesn't come easy—or cheap.
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The Billboard Music Awards may not be as epic for fashion as the Met Gala, but this red carpet has seen it's share of crazy, eclectic looks. Check out some of the wildest looks from the BBMAs over the years and get inspired by their wacky and fabulous style.
Could you imagine being all dolled up in a designer gown, walking a red carpet looking super glamorous, and then tripping and/or falling in front of thousands of people? It's certainly not something that anyone wants to have happen to them, but it does happen. Actress Jennifer Lawrence took a tumble--again--at The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 premiere in Madrid on Nov. 10, so we decided to check into some of the other embarrassing celebrity mishaps at red carpet events over the past few years.
New York Fashion Week is always an epic event for the fashion industry, designers, and couture devotees from all corners of the world. Unfortunately, it can also be one of the most embarrassing times of the year for some designers when their pieces fall flat. Here are some of the biggest fashion fails from NYFW Fall 2014.
New York Fashion Week is the most exciting time of the year for fashion. The spring 2014 runways were full of outfits worth obsessing over from some of the best designers in the industry. Alternatively, NYFW can be the most hilarious time of the year for fashion. Some of the craziest, creepiest designs work their way into even the best shows. Click through our slideshow for a round-up of some of this year's Fashion Week fails.
As usual, the outrageous performances at Sunday night's MTV Music Video Awards have overshadowed the red carpet fashion (thanks a lot, Miley!), but we haven't forgotten what matters most. What did the most fabulous and fashion-forward among us mere mortals decide to wear for their big night out? Take a peek at our slideshow to see who rocked their 2013 VMA gowns and who needs a new stylist!
We've rounded up the best and worst looks from the 2013 Teen Choice Awards! Jumpsuits and menswear were some of the hottest looks from this year's awards show, while glitter and head-to-toe leather fell flat. Click through our slideshow ranked from worst to best fashion at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards!
JLaw, you've done it again. And again. And again.
Whether it's her wild color choices, daring cuts, or pastel hair, we love Katy's eye-catching ensembles. No one else could pull them off like she does.
Well, the 2013 MMVA's are over, and while there isn't much to say on the nominations or selections, there is quite a bit to say about what was worn by the celebs in attendance. In case you missed the Canadian music video awards presentation, we've rounded up the top five best outfits you missed, and the five worst looks you'll wish you could un-see.
I had my hopes set on Julianne Moore coming in and stealing the show in some form of green, but that didn’t happen. What did happen was mountains of luxurious fabric and a great big nod to art deco. All this along with, of course, another disappointment from rock royalty and way too much gold swirly stuff. Here’s a peek at a few who were right on the mark at the 2013 Oscars, and a few who missed it.
Sunday night was the 70th Golden Globe Awards. And with it came plenty of tears of joy, awkward moments (does anyone else think it was totally inappropriate for Jennifer Garner to thank those Ben forgot about?) and fashion (white and red seemed to reign as this year's favorite color). As always, there were some winners...and some losers. Here are eight of the evening's most disastrous looks.
It's the People's Choice Awards! You know, the awards show that's not as important as the Globes, SAGs, or Oscars, but is more televised than the National Film Critics Circle Awards? It's the PCAs--the award show where Adam Sandler is most likely to show up, but other celebs tend to send their speeches by satellite? The awards that are decided by the people, so they're really meaningful? Yeah, they were last night. And celebs walked the red carpet! And wore dresses! Let's discuss.
Being a celebrity is pretty much the easiest job in the world. You get paid to look good. You can hire all the trainers and chefs and hair stylers and makeup appliers and facialists and vajacialists in the world and write them off on your taxes. If you're a huge star, the studio even pays for these things. Need to get dressed in the morning? You can hire a person to pick out your clothes! That's their entire job—picking out clothes for other people to wear, so that they look good. It's a celebrity's job to look good, so they hire people to help keep them that way. It literally could not be easier. So how to explain these moments?
Today's young stars have declared war on style, and unfortunately Hayden Panettiere's schizo stilettos weren't the only casualty of last night's Teen Choice Awards. We've got Bieber in man-makeup, Swift in yet another gossamer gown, and enough neon and sparkles to be seen from space. Click on for more can't-look-away train wrecks. You might want to wear your shades.
We've come to expect big things from the red carpet at the Academy of Country Music Awards, specifically big hair and big, colorful dresses. But this year, the fashion choices were a little more subdued; the hair wasn't as poofy, the dresses were slimming, and the bright colors were done in moderation. Join us as we applaud the country music stars (most of them anyway) for this year's better taste in fashion. It's almost as good as their music.
Hunger Games! Hunger Games! Hunger Games! It's all you hear about on the Internet these days! But the film is almost here--it opens nationwide on March 23--and last night, the stars gave us our fix of The Hunger Games infotainment at the Los Angeles premiere. The film is rumored to be breathless, action-packed, and exhilarating. The fashion? Not so much.
Have you ever wondered what goes on in the minds of celebrities as they are getting dressed for awards shows? Do they regret their decision to pair Timberland platforms with a mullet skirt once they're on the red carpet (we're looking at you, Robyn), or do they feel like their neon orange doily gown hit just the right note? Join us for a peek inside the minds of the stars as they strike a pose on the red carpet.
If the 2012 VMAs is any indication, Morticia Adams is having a moment. Celeb after celeb sweated down the LA red carpet wearing long, tight dresses, leather, and electrocuted hair. It was all very "Adams Family-chic." Some pulled it off, others failed, and a few went a different direction. (Thank you, Emma Watson and Rihanna). Let's begin the scrutinizing, shall we?
For an A-list celebrity, awards season isn't just the chance to get wined and dined and wear pretty dresses. It's a weeks-long gauntlet of intense personal improvement, all intended to culminate in one picture-perfect moment when they step out onto the red carpet. And aesthetic perfection doesn't come easy--or cheap.