Another day at the Marrakech Film Festival, another Dior look by attendee Marion Cotillard. But while her past looks have been polished couture cocktail dresses and spotted silk gowns, her most recent look is decidedly more relaxed . . . and decidedly, well, more. This striped Dior Haute Couture ensemble is composed of two dresses layered on top of each other — but do you think that the look succeeds in creating a polished yet casual red carpet outfit for Marion? Or are the stripes too much? You decide, right here.
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. In Tokyo, Sandra offered two very different looks: a modern red Roland Mouret sheath and a feminine floral-embellished cocktail dress. But before that, Bullock chose looks from Stella McCartney, J. Mendel, Narciso Rodriguez, and more. You don't want to miss Sandra's shining red carpet moments, so head right on in.
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.
Sporty-leaning Jessica Biel indulged her tomboy side at last night's Los Angeles premiere of The Truth About Emanuel, topping off her skirt-and-top combo with the ultimate cool-girl staple: a leather jacket (hers was by AllSaints). Her cropped black top hit an inch or so above the waistband of her knee-length skirt, flashing a Winter-appropriate amount of skin, and the jacket ensured her outfit still had the athletic vibe she's always endorsed — though she skipped sneakers in favor of lacy black and white pumps.
But don't fool yourself into thinking a tomboy can't appreciate some good old-fashioned bling. On full display were Jessica's enormous engagement ring and smaller diamond band, as well as supersparkly bracelets by Tiffany & Co.— complimented by a pair of earrings also by the jewelry company. Love the look? Shop it here (well, minus the diamonds).
Kate Middleton always looks fabulous, but when she hit the London red carpet for the Royal Film Performance of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, she was at her most glamorous.
Looking more Hollywood than Buckingham, the Duchess of Cambridge wowed in a slim Roland Mouret gown. While the dress on its own was stunning, it is, most notably, the same dress we saw Kate wearing in London last year. Rather than silver sandals, she paired it this time with sleek black stilettos. Of course, much like her last public appearance, the most noteworthy accessory had plenty of sparkle — she is a royal, after all! Read on to see the dress's details and to look back at its first appearance!
We're not sure if it was being on the Art Basel scene or the influence of Louis Vuitton's latest collaboration with architect Charlotte Perriand, but Michelle Williams had a distinctively dramatic flair last night. Stepping out at the label's Miami dinner in an embellished black and blue kimono, the actress let her style's linear details do all the talking.
And as the face of Louis Vuitton's Fall 2013 handbag campaign, Michelle's accessories are expected to be good. She certainly didn't disappoint on that front and demonstrated restraint and sophistication with complementary black extras. Here's hoping this isn't the last collaboration we see between these two!
What goes up, must come down — and when Sandra Bullock applied the law of Gravity to her blue dress at the film's Tokyo premiere, the result defied all expectation.
From the waist up, Sandra's minimalist blue design was a simply stunning creation, but as the eye moved from top to bottom, the dress came down to earth with pretty floral details and satin Charlotte Olympia peep-toes. Among the most feminine in her film tour so far, this cocktail number was in high contrast with her look from earlier this week: a modern red Roland Mouret sheath. Which just goes to show (after three months of hitting the carpet for Gravity), Sandra can do no wrong!
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