Whether off duty or on, models had a very big year — and none was bigger for the likes of Joan Smalls, Kate Moss, Kate Upton, and Cara Delevingne. Read on to find out why we couldn't look away from these faces and vote in our poll by Dec. 16 to pick the year's top model!
The stars came out for the March of Dimes Celebration of Babies Hollywood luncheon in LA on Friday, with celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Reese Witherspoon, and Josh Duhamel honoring the group's cause. March of Dimes is a nonprofit organization for pregnancy and baby health, and Friday's event recognized famous faces in entertainment whom March of Dimes considers to be role models for parents and children. Reese Witherspoon served as one of the host committee members, with honorees J Lo, President and CEO of A&E Networks Nancy Dubuc, Dr. Balaji Govindaswami from Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, and President of Universal Pictures Jimmy Horowitz. J Lo said of her award, "I am thrilled and honored to be receiving the March of Dimes Grace Kelly Award and to continue her legacy of compassion for mothers and children." Nick Cannon was the master of ceremonies, and other stars in attendance included Hollywood dads Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Chris Pratt, plus moms Molly Sims and Tia Mowry.
Jennifer Lopez and Reese Witherspoon both attended the March of Dimes Celebration of Babies Luncheon in Hollywood on Friday, and both women employed different strategies when they got dressed for the event.
While Witherspoon chose a gray sheath dress that hugged her body and stopped right above the knees, Lopez went a little more glamorous. Her strapless, leaf-print Bibhu Mohapatra dress looked a good deal more formal in comparison.
We like both dresses, but we're curious to see which approach you like more. See more pictures and cast your vote here.
Our week was full of surprises — not least of which was how good the stars looked! Amanda Seyfried started things off with one of her sweetest styles ever, stepping out in a pastel cocktail number in Seoul. She managed to keep the look seasonal with red lips that echoed the other lace dress in our top 10: Lea Michele's Dolce & Gabbana sheath.
Other shocks came in the form of unexpected hems — Amy Adams in David Koma and Sandra Bullock in Carolina Herrera, to name two — and a clever repurposing of Keira Knightley's Chanel wedding dress. Click through to see the looks we loved on some very chic ladies.
We love Kate Middleton's style, not just because it's classic, sophisticated, and ladylike — but, in large part, because it's actually accessible. And we mean that. We're not just talking about the Zara necklace she wore last night: today Kate stepped out in a chic gray coat that's available now. Get one step closer to nailing the Kate effect when you shop her Reiss coat right here.
One thing's for sure: if Jennifer Lopez was still dating Diddy, she would not be wearing this outfit. The sometimes-diva skipped snakeskin, shine, and anything remotely revealing in favor of some black-on-black action anchored by sensible oxfords from her line for Kohl's (though we are pretty sure that's a pop of snakeskin on her tote). We're a big fan of this demure J Lo. You, too? They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so go ahead and shop similar pieces here
When Jay Z announced that he and Beyoncé were embarking on a 22-day vegan challenge, he may not have been thinking about the impact the diet might have on their high-fashion wardrobes. But after a recent outing to LA's Cafe Gratitude, what Beyoncé wore to lunch, not what she ate, has become the biggest focus. That's because Bey's fur-collared Christopher Kane coat (the same one pictured above), made with real fox fur and glossed leather details, isn't exactly vegan.
But we ask you, does it have to be? Surely there are vegans who embrace an entirely plant-based lifestyle, but just because you eat like a vegan, do you have to dress like one?
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.
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 captivating accessory had plenty of sparkle — she is a royal, after all. But once again, Kate kept us in awe when we learned the necklace wasn't diamond but rather crystal, from Zara, and cost $35, no less! Read on to see the dress's details and to look back at its first appearance!
The only thing more shocking than the front-to-back view of Marion Cotillard's dress at the Marrakech International Film Festival was that it wasn't Dior. The face of the label has made a uniform of Raf Simons's designs — most notably yesterday when she doubled up on navy and orange.
Though her route was a bit more casual than we're used to seeing from her (enforced in part by flat sandals), the daring dresser was as colorful as ever in her printed Preen column gown. Tempered with a black back, the front of her dress certainly kept our eyes busy with a floral print, stripes, and high contrast hues. Not to be outdone, her watch kept to the colorful theme with a neon band. Were you impressed with Marion's bold style?