The Hollywood starlets hit the prom-themed red carpet last night to celebrate the launch of the Kate Young For Target collection decked out in, you guessed it, Kate Young For Target wares. Maggie Gyllenhaal looked bohemian-chic in a one-shoulder printed maxi dress with a pair of suede strappy flats and a rhinestone bracelet; Michelle Williams showed off her new '90s hairdo and cool-girl style in a white blazer, black semisheer top, and navy shorts; and Kate Mara donned a party-ready yellow rhinestone-embellished dress accessorized with a bold cuff and suede peep-toe pumps. We can't think of better (celebrity-styled) examples of why you should nab a piece from the new collaboration once it hits stores and online on April 14. Now, we want to hear from you: which look gets your best-dressed vote?
Spring is just around the corner, and the pretty pastels of the season are starting to crop up in the makeup palettes of famous faces. Kate Mara was spotted sporting a gorgeous pastel peach, while Eva Amurri Martino donned a glossy pink shade. Hayden Panettiere also got in on the trend with a swipe of cotton-candy color across her lips. 'Tis the season to bring out those pastels, but who sported the trend best?
For last night's Vanity Fair and Juicy Couture Vanities Calendar party in West Hollywood, the styles proved fun and flirty, and they certainly favored leg-baring numbers. Olivia Munn, who also shared hostessing duties, stepped out in a navy-and-white tuxedo-inspired minidress by Bird, and paired the look with a Juicy Couture clutch and peep-toe pumps. Meanwhile, bold prints took center stage thanks to Jaime King's Alexander McQueen dress and Brooklyn Decker's matching top and skirt set from Preen's Spring '13 collection. Eva Longoria opted not to walk the red carpet — and worked a casual outfit inside — while Kate Mara, Ellie Kemper, and Minka Kelly turned out even more cool cocktail ensembles. See it all inside, then vote on your favorite look at the end of the slideshow!
Celebrities turned out to toast award season at the Vanity Fair Vanities Calendar party in West Hollywood last night. Eva Longoria, Brooklyn Decker, and Ali Larter made the rounds with Olivia Munn. The Office stars B.J. Novak and Ellie Kemper were also on hand to bring some laughs to the party, while Kate Mara and her boyfriend, Max Minghella, partied after recently flying in from NYC.
The award season celebrations won't be letting up anytime soon, as the Oscars are coming up this Sunday, Feb 24. If you want to get in on the celebrations, be sure to vote in our Oscar ballot for a chance to win $1,000 and an iPad!
Just the night before, Rooney Mara joined sister Kate on the red carpet for the premiere of her new show. Now Kate is returning the favor. The actress stepped out for the NYC premiere of Rooney's new film, Side Effects, and even followed up with a sweet tweet about her sister's performance. Aside from the family bonding, the sisters' arrivals again gave us a side-by-side comparison of their personal styles. They set the stage for a style battle with obvious contrasts. Rooney opted for a creamy white Alexander McQueen confection and Kate stepped out in a flirty LBD. But color palettes aside, there are a few common denominators. Each dress boasts a feminine fit-and-flare shape and a more fashion-forward cut. Kate's is certainly a more understated look, and the true beauty of Rooney's dress is in the gorgeous floral appliqués and embellishments. Rooney is also the first to bring McQueen's Pre-Fall '13 collection to the red carpet. As for the finishing touches, Kate looked to a sleek metallic clutch and Nicholas Kirkwood platform pumps with a little more personality, while Rooney let the gorgeous dress take the focus, also choosing Kirkwood heels, but more pared-down, nude peep-toes. That's the fashion breakdown. Now, study up and cast your vote for the sister who stole the spotlight on last night's red carpet.
Rooney Mara was joined by her costars Channing Tatum, Jude Law, and Catherine Zeta-Jones for the New York premiere of Side Effects last night. She wore a white Alexander McQueen dress and Nicholas Kirkwood pumps while Catherine donned a black lace Michael Kors frock. Catherine's husband, Michael Douglas, walked her down the red carpet, which included visits from some of New York's fashion elite, like Donna Karan and Rachel Roy. Kate Mara joined her sister, Rooney, at the event after Rooney attended Kate's House of Cards premiere on Wednesday. It's been a busy week for the duo, who have both been doing press for their two new releases. Rooney attended a Side Effects Q&A with director Steven Soderbergh and Jude in the Big Apple earlier this week and Kate made the party rounds for her new series in DC and NYC. House of Cards hits Netflix today while Side Effects will open in theaters on Feb. 8.
When Kate Mara stepped out at the Lincoln Center last night to promote her new series, House of Cards, she had some support from younger sister and fellow actress Rooney Mara. It was a red-carpet family reunion that provided two very different takes on event dressing. Kate showed off her feminine fashion inclination in a metallic lace Dolce & Gabbana confection, complete with platform heels and a framed clutch, while Rooney served up a more pared-down aesthetic in Band of Outsiders suiting, then finished off her menswear vibe with lace-up boots. We love that both sisters each offer a unique style perspective, so much so that it's hard to picture these sisters raiding each others' closets growing up — with Kate channeling a more ladylike, trendier feel and Rooney staying true to her edgier eventwear. Now, we're turning it over to you. In this sartorial battle, which sister's style gets your vote?
Rooney Mara was there to support her sister, Kate Mara, on the red carpet at last night's House of Cards premiere party in NYC. Rooney wore an all-black Band of Outsiders ensemble, the same outfit she also wore to a special Q&A for her upcoming film Side Effects with Jude Law yesterday. Meanwhile, Kate wore a silver Dolce & Gabbana dress, which she paired with black platform sandals.
Kate stars in the new series — which begins streaming on Netflix on Feb. 1 — alongside Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, who both attended the premiere fete. The political drama follows a ruthless politician, played by Kevin, who makes plenty of enemies as he attempts to win the presidency. The series is based on the hit UK miniseries from 1990. Other celebrity guests at the premiere included Natasha Lyonne, Kim Cattrall, and newlyweds Amber Tamblyn and David Cross.
Looking to update your smoky eye? Go for grays, like swarms of celebrities have been doing lately. Garcelle Beauvais matched her shade with her slate-colored dress, while Alexa Chung added some serious sparkle to her shadow. And Kate Mara opted for an updated cat-eye swoop and loads of mascara. This shade is a subtle way to amp up your holiday look, but whose grayscale palette did you prefer?
Katy Perry and Selena Gomez put on their party finest for last night's UNICEF Snowflake Ball at Cipriani 42nd Street in NYC. The girls hit the blue carpet before heading inside for dinner and mingling. Katy wore a Naeem Khan caped ensemble, while Selena showed a bit of skin in Dolce & Gabbana. It was a colorful night for the female attendees — Kate Mara donned orange Jason Wu, Uma Thurman picked a dark blue Atelier Versace gown, and Girls star Allison Williams picked a mint green Naeem Khan ensemble. The night was about doing good, and quite a bit of charity took place. Selena tweeted, "So proud to be a part of UNICEF — we raised 2.5 million dollars tonight!"