The Cannes Film Festival is still going strong, and we've been keeping up with all the casual daytime photocall looks and glamorous red carpet gowns all week long. In addition to posing at premieres, some of our fashionable favorites are also sharing their chic snaps through social media. Doutzen Kroes showed some leg with a group of handsome French police officers, while Eva Longoria gave us a glimpse of the breathtaking view from her hotel balcony. Jessica Biel snapped a selfie while en route to the Inside Llewyn Davis premiere, and Emma Watson looked adorable, even while getting some help with her heels.
The 66th annual Cannes Film Festival is under way with the help of our favorite A-listers, who aren't afraid to show off their style or beauty chops. With every sunny (and even not-so-sunny) photocall in the French Riviera, we're highlighting the chic daytime ensembles the stars wear before they hit the red carpet — just check out Jessica Biel looking cool in colorblock; Rachel Bilson in a polished ensemble; and Karolína Kurková rocking crisp white denim. Then click through to see stars doing what they do best: showing off their perfectly chic daytime outfits for the cameras.
On her way to the Glamour "These Girls" event last night, Emma Robert wore a look that positively popped on the streets of NYC. We can't get enough of this pink-and-white Camilla and Marc dress ($499) — between the clean top and flirty bottom. (And we're not even going to mention how she color-coordinated with her iPhone!) If you don't have the budget to snatch Emma's exact dress, you can just as easily re-create the look at home with a shirt-and-skirt combo. Fear pink is far too cutesy for your style? Just refer to Emma on how to temper the look. Start by tucking a dressy white tank into a pink skirt — you can choose a shade, cut, and length that flatters your figure — then add black statement heels and drop earrings, like Emma's Jennifer Meyer pair, to give it a fancier feel. Sold? Shop similar pieces below to get started.
When it comes to the unofficial airport dress code, there are some things that just don't fly. On our don't-pack list: sweatpants, gym shorts, pajamas, and anything belonging to the Snuggie or Slanket family. Yes, we know airports aren't exactly fashion hubs, but that's no reason to resort to your high school sweats — celebrities never do. With endless premieres and press circuits, these 14 celeb stylers are also seasoned travelers — and we're taking our airport dressing cues straight from them. Click on to see just how they've mastered traveling with style (even in a crop top!).
The gorgeous Lily Aldridge stopped by our LA studio to talk about all things sexy! The Victoria's Secret model told us all about her celebrity girl crushes on the What Is Sexy? list, as well as her favorite bikini style for Summer. Hint: it's skimpy! Watch our entire interview now and fall even more in love with Lily! On Allison: Rebecca Taylor suit.
To put together this POPSUGAR Must Have Summer Fun box, we racked our brains to figure out just what you need to kick off the season. Cool new shades and a soft, sexy sarong will keep your beach or pool routine chic. Plus, we want to keep you hydrated inside and out, give your home a scent makeover, and organize your bags so you can hit the road at a moment's notice. Whatever the season brings, we hope this box will have what you need. Enjoy and have an amazing Summer!
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As we head into day seven at the Cannes Film Festival, celebrity glamour shows no signs of slowing. On par with festivals past, this season's stylish set kicked off the glamour Gatsby-style with the film's premiere on day one, and continued to wow with every subsequent premiere and party. Case in point: today's round of premieres drew jaw-dropping arrivals from Joan Smalls, Jessica Chastain, and even Sharon Stone. Just click through for every Cannes appearance so far — and stay tuned for all the red carpet action right here.
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Lucky magazine is one of our favorite sources for great shopping tips. We're thrilled to share this fabulous story from our friends at Lucky!
Getting a diploma is exciting, but so is unwrapping the congratulatory presents that come with it. That is, until you come across one of these things below, which are basically the opposite of superpretty interview shoes and envelopes laced with $20 bills. Instead, they're either boring or bizarre graduation presents (or just not occasion-appropriate), and we wouldn't suggest buying any of them for a recent grad. Unless, of course, that graduate is really obsessed with snow globes, in which case, more power to you.
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