What we wouldn't give to get dressed in Lea Michele's closet! When deciding what to wear to L'Oréal Paris's Women of Worth event last night, the star chose a dress from one of the most opulent collections of the season. The star stepped onto the red carpet in an embellished lace dress by Dolce & Gabbana — whose Fall collection became an instant hit due to its highly decorated wares and bejeweled headpieces. What better way to make a regal, dramatic, and above all, stylish statement on the red carpet?
Making a major entrance in a caped velvet Naeem Khan gown, the Goodwill Ambassador's gold ornamentation and deep burgundy tone definitely put us in the spirit. Later, the singer took the stage and gave us a chill in Michael Kors's silver embroidered gown and icy Lorraine Schwartz jewels. The dresses, while very different, had us thinking forward to our holiday party looks and feeling very inspired. 'Tis definitely the season, Katy!
It's official: the stars are still flocking to Dior for their red carpet needs. Between The Hunger Games: Catching Fire's promotional tour and the recent Marrakech International Film Festival, we can safely say the fashion house is having a major moment. After all, the instant Raf Simons's first collection for Dior hit the runway in July 2012, we had a feeling his designs would become a quick celeb favorite. Jennifer Lawrence, Natalie Portman, and Marion Cotillard were just a few of our favorites to don Simons's chic designs, which we're sure will continue to be caught under the lights of the red carpet. Check out the most stylish celebrity-approved Christian Dior looks — here in the gallery.
— Additional reporting by Robert Khederian and Rachel Sumner
While we were off eating turkey, Naomi Campbell had quite the chic few days down under. While promoting Australia's The Face, the model made the rounds in everything from crisp casualwear to an ultraelegant burgundy gown.
Not to be outdone, Kate Moss made a strong showing at London's Bookmarc in a sparkling mini and striped furry topper to promote her Playboy cover! And while on the topic of models, there was celebrating to be done for Joan Smalls's January Elle cover. You can see what they all wore here in the gallery.
When Christina Ricci arrived at UNICEF's annual Snowflake Ball last night, she was wearing a dress that just worked on so many levels that we almost couldn't stand it.
The Carolina Herrera gown mixed a leopard-print trumpet skirt with a three-tiered bodice that combined gray, black, and brown fabrics. Putting all that different cloth together would be a challenge for any designer, but Herrera made it work — and, well, Ricci did, too. It was as if this gown was made just for her.
At least that's what we think. Tell us how you feel about the dress.
The blond bombshell is back! Jessica Simpson showed of her svelte postbaby figure when she made an appearance at the Footwear News Achievement Awards in NYC on Tuesday night. She is currently in the Big Apple with her husband, Eric Johnson, who escorted her to the bash but skipped the red carpet. The multitalented star has been open about her weightloss journey after she gave birth to her second child, Ace, five months ago. Jessica signed up as a spokeswoman for Weight Watchers when she gave birth to daughter Maxwell last year, but she gained back the weight she lost after welcoming Maxwell into the world when she got pregnant with Ace. Now, it seems she is back to her prebaby body and has spent the past month working on her new ad campaign for Weight Watchers. Back in November, Jessica shared a behind-the-scenes shot from her new ad campaign, where she looked slim in a tight white blouse and jeans. "Couldn't stop smiling on the set of my new Weight Watchers campaign today," Jessica wrote.
In October, Jessica revealed that she was "more confident" about losing her weight this time around. "With Maxwell, I vegged out and kind of took it like a vacation," she explained. "With Ace, I was really active, going out for walks and watching what I ate. Even though I didn't feel very good, I had a healthier pregnancy."
Thanks to her Gravity promotional duties, we've been treated to plenty of stunning looks from the ever-gorgeous Sandra Bullock lately. And she's been on quite a fashion roll. For a press conference in Tokyo, the actress wore a deceptively simple-looking red dress. But before that, Bullock chose looks from Stella McCartney, J. Mendel, Narciso Rodriguez, Roland Mouret, and more. You don't want to miss Sandra's shining red carpet moments, so head right on in.
Orlando Bloom and Benedict Cumberbatch: they brought the sexiness factor to the NYC premiere of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug on Monday evening. Orlando, who took a break from his Broadway play, Romeo and Juliet, chatted with his costar Evangeline Lilly on the red carpet. Benedict looked dashing is a black tuxedo, which probably explains why he tops Glamour UK's list of the Sexiest Men of the Year, beating out stars like Ryan Gosling and George Clooney. and Unfortunately for Sherlock fans, Benedict did not pose with his costar and Hobbit star Martin Freeman, who was busy on the red carpet with his partner, Amanda Abbington. However, fans will have more than their fair share of Benedict-Martin time as Sherlock season three premieres on PBS on Jan. 19.
While Orlando looked like he was having fun on the red carpet with his movie costars, his reunion with estranged wife Miranda Kerr set fans abuzz over the weekend. Miranda and Orlando took Flynn out for a walk in NYC on Saturday, with the tiny tot shaking around a play sword while being carried in Orlando's arms. While the two aren't together, they have been meeting up on what looks like friendly terms in the Big Apple as they divide their time with Flynn.
Some stars wear black and white, and others stick to black or white, as we learned at last night's Gotham Independent Film Awards. Rashida Jones, Lupita Nyong'o, and Shailene Woodley picked their sides in the battle, and the lines were clearly drawn.
Rashida went stark in Proenza Schouler's viscose black crepe dress, while Lupita was the most ladylike of the crew in head-to-toe Lanvin, namely the label's grosgrain bowed strapless white dress. Landing somewhere in the middle, Shailene mixed things up with a combination of the two in Calvin Klein Collection's textural halter dress. Which dress is your palette of choice?
Black dresses aside, Kelly Rowland and Allison Williams couldn't have looked more different last night at the Winter Ball for Autism in New York City. Kelly made her first appearance since her engagement in a curve-hugging number with shimmering embellishment along its left sleeve.
Meanwhile, Allison Williams had a princess moment in a lace gown with a full tiered skirt by Oscar de la Renta. She finished off the dramatic ensemble with a sleek clutch, which was also by the brand, a statement cocktail ring, and a pair of matching earrings. Whose take on the classic black dress did you think won on the red carpet?