Celebrities always seem to be on vacation or hanging out at the beach. Either way, they give us plenty of inspiration (and serious motivation) for when it's our time to relax and put our feet in the sand. Scroll down for a look at what swimwear our favorite women are wearing when they take time off.
We're to the point where trends have cycles and resurface every so many years. 2016 proved to be a year that brought back more trends than we thought possible. Here's some of our favorite outfits that perfectly capture the essence of the era it came from and had us checking our day planners to be sure we were in the 2000s.
"Laguna Beach" star Kristin Cavallari traded her signature flip-flops and frayed flares for sleek leather leggings and fitted blazers, and we think it's a trade up. Get her city chic look with a few key pieces.
Only at a music awards show would you be able to find a floor-length, Asian-inspired gown and a spandex minidress with pointless cutouts on the same red carpet. Unlike rigidly formal events like the Oscars, the American Music Awards seems to offer tacit approval for celebs to throw good taste and reason to the wind--blame it on the high concentration of wacky musicians and eccentrics. Here are some of the good, the bad, and the just plain confusing looks from last night's show.
"Modern Family" may have swooped up all the statues, but we all know the real winners of the Emmys are determined on the red carpet. Take a look at our picks for the best dressed, near misses, and biggest fashion letdowns of the night.
This was the week of holiday movie premieres. With "New Year's Eve," "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows," "Young Adult," and other flicks hitting theaters this weekend, that meant several red carpets crowded with festive star-studded style. Here are some of the sartorial highlights!
The Internet's foremost authorities on style and brilliant non sequiturs, Amy and Renae, are back again to discuss the fashions of Golden Globes. See which red-carpet looks made the dynamic duo cheer with glee, which ones made them weep with sorrow, and which ones imperiled the very foundation of their friendship.
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.
The calendar may say that it won't arrive for another two weeks, but according to the weather, summer is officially here. That's right—sandals, sundresses, shorts, and skimpy bikinis are abounding. Although we love summer because there's no need to hide your sartorial glory under a thick down coat (or a wooly hat, ugh!), the pitfall of summer fashion is that sometimes you end up feeling like you're living in the same ratty tank and pair of cutoff shorts all season long. Want some summer style inspiration divined from the stars? Peep these celebs' summer street style looks to get some ideas on how to look hot and stay cool.
The 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were last night and the red carpet featured many yawn-inducing dresses and a couple winners. Also there was a curious abundance of ankle straps. Take a look at some of the highlights and let us know if you're as underwhelmed as we are, and if you think the leg-shortening ankle strap should make a comeback.
Kerry Washington seems to always be perfectly put together—even early in the morning when the actress stopped by ABC Studios to appear on “Good Morning America.” Jealous? Don’t be! We recreated the stylish star’s outfit so you can look just as fashionable.
Miranda Kerr was recently spotted at LAX in a chic striped maxi and denim jacket. Get her look with our stylish picks!
This Oscar nominee plays a bad girl on screen, but Rooney Mara tends to play it safe--at least when it comes to color--in her red-carpet fashion choices, opting for monochromatic looks in black, white, or nude. The dress designs, however, are far from tame and have evolved from pretty and sweet to fierce and daring. It seems as though Rooney can't quite shake the part of Lisbeth Salander in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. But we're not complaining. Her performance may just land her an Oscar. And we love her dark pixie cut, off-kilter fashion choices, and dark, brooding stare. Here's a look at her fashion evolution and proof that a girl can never have too much black in her closet.
While Jessica Chastain's character, Celia Foote, was ridiculed in "The Help" for her promiscuous outfits, Jessica tends to steer clear of outrageous choices when it comes to red-carpet fashion, opting instead for more sophisticated looks. She loves cinched waists, long gowns, and bold colors ranging from bright orange to dark, cobalt blue. Here are some of our favorite style picks from Ms. Chastain and pieces that will help you get her looks.
This breakout star from The Help may have some stiff competition in the best actress category, but when it comes to looking radiant on the red carpet, Viola Davis has the deal sealed. Her bold color choices, flawless skin, and beaming smile have stolen the show at just about every awards show of the past year. Take a look at a few of Viola's most stunning red-carpet moments.
Meryl Streep's red-carpet fashions are as timeless as she is. From elegant white gowns to fun, sophisticated patterns, Ms. Streep never misses a beat--in fashion or film. This year, thanks to her outstanding performance in The Iron Lady, the sixty-two-year-old actress is nominated for an Oscar for the seventeenth time. Here's a look at a few of her most memorable red-carpet moments, and proof that just like her acting, Meryl's style only gets better with age.
It's official: I was a hippie in my past life. And the feeling that I belong in the back of a VW bus with nothing but my guitar and love for the world only grew stronger as I flipped through these awesome pictures of celebrities decked out in their groovy Coachella wear. Even if you aren't into bohemian fashion as much as I am (which is definitely better for you bank account, so congrats), I guarantee you'll greet this freewheeling festival fashion with arms wide open. It's all about the love, people—all about the lace-wearin', belly-showin', bootie-sportin' love.
Awards season is ramping up, and at this week's People's Choice Awards, the truly interesting choices were some celebrities' choices of outfits. Although the People's Choice Awards are not known for being the most fashionable of celebrity events, most attendees looked fine. OK. Alright-ish. But a few stars walked the red carpet wearing some highly questionable attire.