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!
Our first lady isn't just a supercool mom and inspiring role model — she's a style maven, too. Michelle Obama is able to jump-start new health- and dance-related initiatives, attend summits and galas around the world with her husband, take her kids to school, and look amazing as she juggles it all.
Her latest lust-worthy look involves a Carolina Herrera dress, whose sophisticated black and ivory floral print beautifully complemented the festive Christmas decorations she was unveiling. And that's not even mentioning the stunning burgundy red coat she chose to commemorate the anniversary of President Kennedy's assassination.
With a new batch of fashionable looks supplying our latest round of classic styling inspiration, we're taking a closer look at her best outfits yet.
— Additional reporting by Melody Nazarian and Robert Khederian
Ask nearly anyone in the Western world what colors they think of when you say the word Christmas, and they're likely to respond red and green. But when Salma Hayek attended a party celebrating the new Christmas lights at Stella McCartney's London store, she showed up in black and lots of yellow.
Hayek, who's married to McCartney's boss (Kering CEO Francois-Henri Pinault) did her job to support the family business by making merry with the designer and even Santa himself. But did her outfit match the party's festive mood? See a few more pictures from the event, and tell us what you think.
With chart-topping hits like "Wrong Song" and "Love Like Mine," it's clear the cast of Nashville isn't lacking in the talent department — but what keeps us coming back every Wednesday night is the stunning fashion. From Rayna James's classic country separates to Juliette Barnes's sultry and sexy dresses to Scarlett O'Connor's boho-chic pairings, this show runs the sartorial gamut. Each week, we are tracking down the latest looks from our favorite country darlings, including exact pieces, and we're giving you a sneak peek at the looks from tonight's episode. So slip on your cowboy boots, grab a microphone — we can belt out the latest hits together — and get ready to fall under their style spell.
We have reached the moment of ARTPOP's inevitability. After a performance in London on Wednesday, Lady Gaga greeted her fans in a dress painted to look like Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa.
The dress, based on what is arguably one of the most famous paintings in the world, follows after a number of art-inspired looks surrounding the promotion of her new album. But this look is probably the most literal usage of an artwork we've seen from the singer yet. She even did her makeup and wore a wig mimicking the classic painting's coloring.
The red dress is such a festive choice for the holidays, and Jessica Simpson, Lea Michele, Rita Ora, and Gwen Stefani are giving us four very different takes on the red dress. Watch on for holiday party dressing inspiration, and let us know your favorite in the comments below.
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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
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.
When Christina Ricci arrived at UNICEF's annual Snowflake Ball last night, she was wearing a dress that just worked on so many levels that we almost couldn't stand it.
The Carolina Herrera gown mixed a leopard-print trumpet skirt with a three-tiered bodice that combined gray, black, and brown fabrics. Putting all that different cloth together would be a challenge for any designer, but Herrera made it work — and, well, Ricci did, too. It was as if this gown was made just for her.
At least that's what we think. Tell us how you feel about the dress.