Just when you thought you'd seen all the It hairstyles you could see for 2013, Rihanna, Jessica Paré, and Camilla Belle showed off a new trend. Short hair, loads of layers, and a set of heavy fringe are all aspects of this vaguely '70s crop. Rihanna was the most recent celebrity to adopt the style, and she showed off the cut first on her Instagram. Jessica channeled her inner Jane Birkin at an event last week, while Camilla spearheaded the trend almost two weeks ago. We're loving the disco-gal vibe of this hairstyle, and Fall is the perfect time to cut your bangs, but would you wear this trend yourself?
When a dinner is hosted to honor one of the most relevant English designers working today, you just know the fashion is going to be good. Michelle Dockery, Camilla Belle, Jessica Paré, and Emily Browning were all spotted at Chateau Marmont to celebrate Erdem — each debuting their own take on cocktail attire. We're talking sexy black numbers, feminine floral designs, and sleek long-sleeved frocks. And that's not even touching the accessories! Click through for the full looks from some of our favorite style stars.
The biggest issue that keeps women from adding a set of fringe to their style is the fear of commitment. For better or worse, you're stuck with blunt bangs, through the awkward growing-out phase, until they seamlessly blend into the rest of your hair.
Well, Camilla Belle effectively removed our fears this weekend, when she seamlessly swung between her new, heavy fringe and a bangless style in less than 24 hours. On Saturday, Camilla stepped out sporting her hair in a sleek, straight style. Her deep side part dramatically concealed her bangs, save for a few loose, wispy pieces along her hairline.
To mimic the style at home, start with damp hair and apply a strong hold mousse, like Vidal Sasson Pro Series Mousse ($4). Next, part your hair deeply to the side, making sure your bangs incorporate into the rest of your hair, and blow-dry with a round brush. The trick is to focus the heat along your bangs and the hair it is blended into so it dries together. Once your hair is dry, apply a pomade, like Serge Normant Meta Form Sculpting Pomade ($25), for extra hold. And when in doubt, a strategically placed bobby pin can provide even more hold . . . and an adorable accent.
Camilla Belle was basically unrecognizable when she stepped out over the weekend sporting a shocking new 'do. The actress was spotted at the A Quest for Beauty: The Art of Van Cleef & Arpels exhibit in California with her signature lob hairstyle blowout straight and with new blunt bangs. Her hair color appeared to be a few shades darker, too, making for an edgier vibe. Camilla completed the transformation with a sultry smoky eye. We barely recognized her, but what do you think of her new look?
Van Cleef & Arpels hosted an exclusive preview of its international exhibit A Quest for Beauty: The Art of Van Cleef & Arpels at the Bower Museum this weekend. If the event was in fact a search for beauty, you didn't have to look much further than the red carpet to find it. Camilla Belle and Krysten Ritter both brought Hollywood glamour in the form of two lovely looks. Camilla arrived in an embroidered mint-green fit-and-flare dress, which she polished off with subtle peep-toe platforms. Meanwhile, Krysten proved the crop-top trend is still going strong with a two-piece set from Katie Ermilio, which she finished with satin peep-toe platforms. That's the rundown on who wore what; now it's time to cast your vote: who wins this red carpet quest?
There were plenty of gorgeous beauty looks on the fairgrounds of Lollapalooza, but in addition to the musicians and artists, celebrities were out and about for the festival, too. The CK One Color Music Lounge hosted performers like Eve and Rosco Bandana along with stars like Camilla Belle, Shenae Grimes, and AnnaSophia Robb.
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo created Camilla Belle's custom look, which he described as a "playful pop of color." To achieve this effect, Vanngo added a touch of warm peach and bronzed tones with CK One Color's Cream + Powder Blush Duo in Fun ($25) on the complexion. "We went for a softer eye using the Double Ended Eyeliner in Candy/Poison ($17), and finished off with a bright and playful pop of color using our Pure Color Lipstick in Wow ($16)." And for her signature bold brows, Vanngo used the Brow Pencil + Gel Duo in Crafty Raven ($22) to fill in and define, making for a pretty, polished feel.
Don't let the lazy Summer days fool you, celebrity style is still fierce. The most obvious example of the star power in this week's looks starts with Kate Moss — who stepped out of the Serpentine Gallery Party in an all-black look that's all at once glamorous and edgy — but it doesn't stop there. Alice Eve and Sarah Jessica Parker brought their own noteworthy styles to London for the Serpentine festivities, while back at home, Sandra Bullock continued her red carpet comeback for The Heat. There's still more where that came from — keep clicking to see this week's top 10.
You probably don't need us to tell you that a Carolina Herrera-hosted fete is a very chic kind of party — so we'll show you. Last night, the designer's Vanity Fair-cohosted store opening on Rodeo Drive brought out a crew of celebrity style setters, all dressed impeccably in —of course! — Carolina Herrera.Camilla Belle chose a Summer-perfect Carolina Herrera embroidered top and lace trumpet skirt, which she finished with punchy open-toe heels. Rashida Jones opted for an understated sheath dress with a cool, faded-effect pattern and studded suede ankle-strap heels. Ali Larter brightened up the red carpet in a red floral-print minidress and strappy black sandals — certainly the flirtiest look of the night. As for the rest, Kiernan Shipka looked polished and age appropriate in a sweet sheath with a ribbon bow at the waist. Amy Adams took the classic approach in a feminine white, ruffled blouse and a black pencil skirt, while Naya Rivera slipped into a '70s-glam polka-dot blouse and wide-leg pants, and furthered the vibe with hoop earrings and layered necklaces. Now that you've got the who-wore-what rundown, it's time to cast your vote. Who's your best dressed of the night?
With an eye for fashion that's made her one of our favorite Young Hollywood style setters, it's only fitting that we'd find Camilla Belle stepping out for Cotton's 24 Hour Runway Show in Miami this past weekend. Before the catwalk, we caught up with the actress, whose off-duty brand of street style manages to be just as chic as her red-carpet wares, to find out just how she preps for the glamour of, say, the Met Gala, and her tricks for styling up your basic cotton t-shirt. Read on for all the details from the gorgeous Camilla Belle — straight from Miami.Above: Camilla Belle showed off two looks in Miami for the Cotton 24 Hour Runway festivities.
POPSUGAR: When you're reaching for something like a regular white cotton t-shirt, how do you put your stamp on it and style it your way?
Camilla Belle: That's when everyone's personality comes into play, and for me, I'm a fan of jewelry and I collect jewelry whenever I travel. I just got back from Brazil and I came back with quite a few new pieces and trinkets to add to my wardrobe, and that's something I like to play around with and to have fun with.
PS: On the opposite end of the spectrum, we love watching you on the red carpet in these amazing, high-drama gowns. Is there one moment that stands out in your mind as your absolute favorite red carpet moment?
CB: One of them is probably the first year I went to the Met Gala and I wore Jean Paul Gaultier Couture. The dress was so dramatic and the event was so beautiful, and so many amazing people that I respect were walking on the red carpet — and Cate Blanchett was right next to me. It was so over the top in so many different ways — the dress included — and I'll never forget that. The dress will always be something really special. Another one that pops into my mind is also the Met Gala, last year. I wore Ralph Lauren, and that dress was very different from any look I had worn before, and also just the whole look — the makeup and the hair. It was all very much put together in a certain way, and I think that's the moment that will always pop out as well.