With a rocker dad and a model mother, you could say Georgia May Jagger knows a thing or two about fashion and beauty. And as the new face of Roberto Cavalli's Just Cavalli fragrance ($45-$75), Georgia has an abundance of perfume, makeup, and style tips to share. Georgia chatted with us from across the pond and discussed everything from her beauty must haves and the best piece of advice she's ever received to how her mom and dad have influenced her look.
Jennifer Hudson shimmered in a formfitting gown by Robert Cavalli this evening — and looked nothing short of sexy. From the subtle animal-print texture to the thigh-high slit, Hudson didn't hold back. Blue rhinestone earrings, peep-toe pumps, and a matching clutch topped off her megashine ensemble. Does she get your vote?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Is the Roberto Cavalli woman getting tougher? For all the metal embellishments, the pointed shoulders, and the buttoned-up feeling of his Fall 2013 collection — there were no plunging necklines or overtly sexy statements to be found — you'd think the designer was dressing very chic warriors.
Roberto Cavalli conjures up a tougher kind of cool girl for Fall 2013. Instead of overt sexiness, this is a more androgynous brand of glamour, with monochromatic print on print and gowns that trade curvaceous overtures for subtle revelations of skin with sheer paneling and form-grazing — rather than form-flaunting — cuts. There's something boyish in the suiting and more modest cuts, but none of it is any less striking, any less luxe, or any less glam. Thanks to multicolored furry toppers, studs, and brocades, Cavalli's girl is just as much the rock-and-roll goddess she's always been.
Call it wanderlust on fire. Roberto Cavalli's Fall 2013 show for Just Cavalli took its audience on a walk to exotic locales across Asia. But the journey was briefly interrupted when an antifur protestor stormed the catwalk — a long, raised black stage with digital flames licking the sides — holding a sign with the slogan "Your Fashion, Their Death."
After security removed her from the runway, the show progressed with wild pattern combinations: one cream sweater had sleeves cut from a quilted pagoda print and was paired with tiger-print trousers. Some looks were accented with colorful tassels worn as necklaces. A few pieces in a blue peony print looked sweet, but the red dress depicting a gold dragon swimming through orange flames had a decidedly tougher aura.
As for the fur pieces that were being protested, there was no shortage of those. A blue-and-cream colorblocked fur coat came down the runway, and red strands of fur trimmed a parka in a red and black brocade.
The little black dress may be a closet staple, but at the 2013 Grammys, stars like Kelly Rowland, Carrie Underwood, and Chrissy Teigen took their LBDs to sexy new heights. Seductive cutouts, beautiful embellishments, and ladylike lace turned classic confections into envelope-pushing ensembles, and we can't get enough. Kelly flaunted her fit frame in a mesh-paneled Georges Chakra Couture gown, Carrie went for high-fashion glamour in a beaded Roberto Cavalli number, while Chrissy opted for a lace-trim two-piece ensemble, complete with a peekaboo midriff and thigh-high slit. Step inside to see which other A-listers amped up their classic black dresses with a provocative twist.
Carrie Underwood stepped out on the Grammys red carpet in a strapless lace Roberto Cavalli confection. Carrie's beaded and lace gown showcased her fit frame perfectly, while her dazzling diamond necklace and romantic curls lent a touch of Old Hollywood glamour. Are you blown away by Carrie's Grammy look?
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Hayden Panettiere stepped onto the red carpet tonight in a blush Roberto Cavalli fishtail gown, with seam work and intricate layers acting as the perfect complement to this starlet's svelte figure. She kept things sweet and feminine in her strapless gown, going for silver and diamond jewelry to add some shimmer to her outfit. No red-carpet look would be complete without a little color, which hers got from an exotic box clutch; it picked up on the blush color of her gown to add the perfectly girlie pop of hot pink. What do you think of Hayden's fishtail dress?
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Last night, Bergdorf Goodman celebrated their 111th anniversary at NYC's Plaza Hotel with many fashionable guests. Karolina Kurkova arrived with Roberto Cavalli on her arm, while other model-designer pairs, including Erin Heatherton and Jason Wu and Coco Rocha and Zac Posen, made the rounds inside the Plaza's ballroom — take a look inside Bergdorf's glamorous bash. We were on the red carpet to ask the attendees all about their on-duty — and Halloween — style. Erin was thrilled with her ensemble for the night, telling us, "This is my most outrageous fashion moment!"
Karolina, meanwhile, is focusing on her son Archie's plans for Halloween. She told us, "For me, it's all about my 3-year-old son. He already decided what he's gonna be: Spider-Man! He's been sleeping in his costume every night — it's very cute — with the mask and everything."
Coco's not a mom just yet, but she reflected on her June 2010 wedding to husband James Conran and the kindness of designers like her friend Zac. She told us, "People have been so kind to me. Zac Posen, for example, [designed] my wedding dress. There are people who are so amazing in this industry that you don't have to buy things when you're a model!"
— Additional reporting by Christina Perez