Maybe it's because we're used to seeing Keira Knightley in period-piece dramas, but when the actress hit the red carpet for her latest film, we couldn't help but draw a likeness between the beauty in Valentino and a character in an Austen novel. Sure, this project, Seeking a Friend For the End of the World, is far from the world of Jane Austen, but the ladylike elegance and intricacy of her nude-hued, floral-appliquéd gown had all the makings of an amazing costume. The difference was that Keira wore the gown effortlessly — making even her red floral headpiece look easy to pull off. She was also careful not to overdo the accessories, finishing the look with an understated pair of patent, nude pumps and avoiding any other jewels — save for her sparkly engagement ring. This is just the kind of lovely gown we hope Keira wears down the aisle. Click on to see every gorgeous angle.
While the perfect dress is a key formula in a head-turning look, for many celebrities, it's also all about the accessories. Proof is in the stunning jewels, shoes, and bags from this year's CFDA Awards. Another dazzling Hollywood accessory obsession right now are knuckle-box clutches. Check out how Kim Kardashian amped up her deep-v dress with an embellished Alexander McQueen knuckle clutch, how Jennifer Aniston polished off her white Burberry gown with a matching Valentino studded ring clutch, and the way Emma Stone accessorized her mustard Roland Mouret gown with a classic black Alexander McQueen knuckle clutch. To get in on the look, shop our favorite knuckle clutches below. No matter which you choose, it'll inject major edge into your nighttime glam.
First there was the little black dress, then the little white dress, and now celebs are painting the town in red-hot frocks. From Christa B. Allen in a cutout style by Contrarian New York ($380) to Jessica Alba in a form-fitting sheath to Miranda Kerr in a flirty, lacy Lover number ($1,050), trendsetting A-listers have have been working their red-hued numbers around the globe. Check out what other starlets have been rocking the LRD, how they styled them, and where you can buy a similar dress to get in on the Hollywood trend.
Welcome to Friday, the end of the week, the beginning of the weekend, and most importantly, the magical day where we reveal CelebStyle's top stars of the week. We've rounded up seven of the hottest, freshest, and downright smashing celebrity looks that must be mimicked, pronto. This week's standouts were Tiffani Thiessen in a sweet menswear-inspired ensemble, Diane Kruger showcasing a sultry siren Cannes look, Jessica Alba in a colorful Mother's Day outfit, and a few more including Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart, Ashley Tisdale, Kim Kardashian, and Jessica Stroup. Click through to check out this week's style stars, why we love them, and how you can re-create their lust-worthy looks.
Happy Friday — you know what that means, it's time to announce our CelebStyle top stars of the week! This week's standouts were Emma Roberts in a smashing black-on-black Valentino ensemble, Jessica Alba in an unparalleled street-chic look complete with a fresh Tory Burch fedora, Solange Knowles in a stunning Rachel Roy gown with a sparkling Edie Parker clutch, and a few more top trendsetters including Diane Kruger, Krysten Ritter, Chrissy Teigen, and Estella Warren. Step inside to see who was crowned a CelebStyle top star, why we loved their looks, and how you can re-create them yourself.
The lovely Lily Collins was just that on tonight's Met Gala red carpet. The actress was the picture of sweetness and femininity in a soft floral-print and lace-trimmed Valentino gown. A darling bow cinches the waist, but Lily opts for unexpected accessories, choosing an exotic gold adorned clutch, then finishing with a simple pair of gold studs. Save for those gorgeous brows and a hint of blush, Lily needs little else to complete her look. What do you think?
When Elizabeth Olsen attended the Grand Chefs Dinner in NYC in a bright red Valentino gown, it made us take notice of not only her, but also of ruffles. Ruffles sometimes get underworn due to their childlike appearance, but style icons like Elizabeth Olsen, Jessica Stam, Ashley Madekwe, and more prove that when injected with a seriously bold hue, ruffles can transform into major power pieces. Step inside to see five chic celebs rocking bright ruffles, then shop our favorite bright ruffle dresses for your next fabulous soiree.
Elizabeth Olsen's Valentino gown at last night's Grand Chefs Dinner in NYC had our jaws dropping for two very simple reasons: its statement-red hue and ultrafeminine fit (in that order). It's the kind of dress that leaves a lasting impression — and one that calls to mind the diaphanous red bridal wear we just saw from Vera Wang. We already knew red was a standout color — now we're wondering why we ever shy away from it. It calls to mind totally confident, classic beauties like Cindy Crawford and it has unmatched red-carpet impact. You may not be walking the red carpet anytime soon, but you may have your own reason to slip into a killer red dress. Be it your prom, a black-tie wedding, or a Spring gala in your future, we promise, there are few things quite so stunning as arriving in a red dress like this. We sought out the most glamorous red options; just shop to channel Elizabeth Olsen's totally magnetic red-carpet moment.
The name Valentino brings one thought to mind — gorgeous red-carpet dresses! The iconic fashion brand celebrated its 50th anniversary last evening by launching a new flagship store in Beverly Hills. Stylish stars, including Nicky Hilton, Kim Kardashian, and Rachel Zoe came out to fete the new store on Rodeo Drive. Watch today's Fab Flash to see our favorite looks from the soiree. On Allison McNamara: Rebecca Taylor dress, Belle Noel bracelets.
Celebs came out in droves for the Valentino flagship store opening in Beverly Hills last night. All clad in the house's gorgeously girlie pieces, one more exquisite than the next. We got a chance to catch up with the likes of Nicky Hilton, Ciara, Rachel Zoe, and way more and posed this fitting question: if you had to construct your ultimate feminine outfit, what would it look like? Step inside to find out what they said!