Hailee Steinfeld turned more than a few heads at the LA premiere of Ender's Game when she arrived in a sparkling top adorned with a smattering of red lips. Just a few weeks ago, the Hollywood starlet was spotted sporting bold stripes in London and a pair of pants — which were literally out of this world — in Paris. But this sort of personality-filled fashion is exactly what we were hoping to see from the young style star, who captured our attention at the Met Gala in a safety-pin-adorned gown. See all her best looks while on the promotional tour for Ender's Game here, in the gallery.
Ender's Game comes out this weekend, and before you see the film, check out the awesome character posters! Hailee Steinfeld, Asa Butterfield, and Harrison Ford are starring in the big-screen adaptation of Orson Scott Card's sci-fi novel, and they're giving some steely stares on these supersize posters. Click through to check them out!
Hailee Steinfeld plays Petra, one of the few girls in Ender's Game, and like her character, she fit right in with all the boys of the movie. We sat down with the actress to talk about how she got along with everyone on set, particularly her costar Asa Butterfield, and why she seems to love appearing in big-screen adaptations!
Ender, Petra, Colonel Graff, and all the other characters from Orson Scott Card's sci-fi novel Ender's Game finally come to life on the big screen this week. If you can't wait to see Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld, Harrison Ford, Abigail Breslin, and Ben Kingsley battle hostile alien forces, just click through all the spectacular pictures now to get a sneak peek!
Playing Romeo and Juliet has its challenges, as Douglas Booth and Hailee Steinfeld now know. We sat down with the costars recently to talk about the period piece's constricting costumes and why the centuries-old love story is still as appealing today as ever. They also recalled their very first meeting, which happened to be at a ball, just like Romeo and Juliet's fateful introduction. This big-screen version of Romeo & Juliet, penned by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes, hits theaters on Oct. 11.
Juliet has always been the picturesque beauty of Shakespearean lore, and Allure talked to the team behind Hailee Steinfeld's makeup look from the latest adaptation of this classic romance.
Ah, Romeo and Juliet, the classic tale of hormonal teenagers caught in the angsty throes of perfect, romantic, star-crossed love. And blah blah blah. It's a centuries-old story that's been told, retold, re-retold, and now, director Carlo Carlei offers the latest interpretation, in theaters this Friday. Hailee Steinfeld plays the stunning Juliet, whose luminous glow definitely "doth teach the torches to burn bright." We asked Laura Borzelli, the film's makeup designer, how she transformed the young actress into such a "fair sun."
Hailee looks flawless. How did you make her Juliet?
"More than anyone else, she couldn't look made up. It was just giving a bit of a cheekbone, not much. She was just so fresh and beautiful . . . she was the right age, so I didn't have to transform her."
All the characters look pretty natural.
"I had to combine the period look and the non-makeup look, so that was the most difficult thing of the whole film, giving the idea that everybody looked perfect, but not showing any makeup. Lately, this is the request that is asked by directors or actors or the story itself. I teach in a school here in Italy, and tell my students, 'Good makeup for film is when you don't see it.'"
Get more behind-the-scenes beauty details from the set of Romeo & Juliet when you keep reading.
The temperatures may be dropping, but there's no dip in style from our favorite Instagram stars. Snappers like Elizabeth Banks documented the behind-the-scenes action at Variety's Power of Women event, while Ciara and Ashley Madekwe clued us into their latest purchases (while giving us a serious case of designer envy!). Click through now to see the rest of this week's chicest celebrity candids, and don't forget to follow POPSUGAR Fashion on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter!
Taylor Swift gave her friend Hailee Steinfeld a big girlfriend boost when she made an appearance at the premiere of Romeo and Juliet in LA last night. Hailee, who plays Juliet in the film, met up with Taylor on the red carpet before moving into the premiere to chat with costar Bailee Madison. The ladies were joined at the bash by two handsome men — Douglas Booth, who plays Romeo in the flick, and Ed Westwick, who plays Tybalt. Check out the trailer for Romeo and Juliet to see what other big name stars are popping up in the movie.
This isn't the first film premiere that Taylor has attended in the past month — she also made an appearance at the Toronto International Film Festival to support One Chance. While at TIFF, Taylor met with Julia Roberts and greeted groups of fans waiting outside the red carpet.
There aren't many 16-year-olds who get to slip into Prabal Gurung Spring 2014, but for leading lady Hailee Steinfeld, that's a typical Tuesday night! The Romeo and Juliet star feted her new film at the LA premiere and had some support from pal Taylor Swift, who looked equally as stunning in Reem Acra. For the full story on these two, watch now!
On Allison: Rails, DKNY
When we sat down with Nadja Swarovski at last weekend's WIE Symposium, the event's cohost had a lot on her mind — and the topic wasn't limited to Romeo and Juliet, her first production for Swarovski Entertainment. On the topic of "What Women Want," which was the title of her talk, Swarovski enlightened us: "Self-identity. Women wanted it all . . . Now we have it all, but have to deal with it."
Time management is certainly something that will come in handy in Swarovski's latest role: producer. "It was fascinating — a very steep learning curve. We’re new to this business, but the product felt right because the players were the right players. It was just amazing to watch the pros do their job," she told us. Adding extra incentive to Swarovski's venture, she added, "The first reason I got involved was because we have all the support of the creative industry, so the next logical step was to support the film industry back. Our involvement was a matter of investing in the creativity within the film versus just a financial investment."
Another thing women want: jewelry — and lots of it! On that matter, Swarovski is happy to oblige with a new collection inspired by the latest adaptation of William Shakespeare's timeless love story. Capturing the film's Renaissance theme, we can look forward to "lots of pearls, lots of roses." The collection won't be available until Sept. 30, but fortunately we got a sneak peek!