These days, it’s not a big-budget movie release if there’s not a nail polish tie-in. The Hunger Games has one. The Muppets had one. The newest movie to get a capsule collection of its very own nail lacquers is the soon-to-be-released Dark Shadows, the latest collaboration between Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, and Helena Bonham Carter.
“Skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood, and hair as black as ebony.” That’s what Snow White is supposed to look like, and Lily Collins’s interpretation of this fairytale beauty look was something fierce. Taken down just a notch and peppered with cool details like shimmering eyes, her look at the Hollywood premiere of Mirror, Mirror was both magical and modern.
As Effie Trinket in The Hunger Games, Elizabeth Banks wore a pink curly ’fro and white face paint. But at the film’s Los Angeles premiere, where she wore a neon orange Atelier Versace minidress, her futuristic “Barbarella-meets-Jane Jetson” look made her the ultimate golden girl of the evening.
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.
In honor of International Women’s Day, Avon global ambassador Reese Witherspoon attended an event in Washington D.C. to announce $60,000 in grants to support women’s domestic violence shelters. We love Reese’s partnership with Avon, a company that’s been working toward empowering women for 125 years, and her look her was created by mark. makeup artist Mai Quynh.
With the runaway success of big-name collaborations for H&M, Target, and Macy’s, it seems
Let’s be honest: Step one to getting Lucy Liu’s look is to be born Lucy Liu. Unfortunately, we can’t help you with that. While none of us can change our genetics, here’s how to get the rest of her style for yourself.
Only a few performers can walk off with an Academy Award each year (and mean ol’ Meryl Streep doesn’t like to share), but at least these ladies can all go to bed as winners, knowing that they looked fabulous. For style and beauty watchers, the Oscars are like the Olympics and a wedding and a fashion show and a makeover montage all rolled into one sparkly, Spanxed evening. Let’s take a look at the ladies who deserved an award for outstanding beauty last night.
Women in fancy, fancy dresses looking fancy.