Kate Bosworth and Winona Ryder couldn't have dressed more differently when they both attended the Homefront premiere in Los Angeles last night. Kate literally shined in a strapless silver dress heavily embellished with crystals. A metallic box clutch, sparkling H.Stern Moonlight earrings, and silver Christian Louboutin heels only added to the monochromatically gleaming red carpet look. Meanwhile, Winona opted for an all-black Cushnie et Ochs dress sporting diagonal shoulder cutouts. She completed the timeless outfit with a black clutch and heels. Whose look do you think was more successful?
Olivia Wilde made her first appearance after announcing her pregnancy when she arrived to the International Women's Media Foundation Courage in Journalism Awards wearing a floral-print leather dress by Cushnie et Ochs. She picked up on the gray undertones of her painterly sheath dress by accessorizing with an exotic gray clutch, and she expertly accented the green in her dress with a sophisticated pair of cap-toe pumps. If last night is any indication, her maternity style will be everything we hoped it would be.
The dress code was garden party chic for the attendees at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund runway show. Chateau Marmont was scattered with a pretty set that included Diane Kruger, Emmy Rossum, Lea Michele, and, of course, Anna Wintour at the party feting this year's finalists. And with an occasion that stylish, we expected no less than to see the stars wearing heavyweight labels — we're talking Rodarte, Cushnie et Ochs, Calvin Klein Collection, Oscar de la Renta, and more. Find out who stunned in which party attire in the gallery!
If you're Cushnie et Ochs, with Karlie Kloss opening the Spring 2014 show and Chanel Iman closing it, things are looking very good indeed. The designing duo sent out the sleek, slash-happy dresses that are becoming their signature in white, black, and rich purple. Croc-embossed pieces added texture to the lineup that's perfect for a very specific type of woman — picture House of Cards' Claire Underwood plunked down in the power-loving '80s, and you've got your girl.
A whole host of Hollywood P.Y.T.s came out last night to celebrate the LA premiere of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. Ashley Greene rocked a white minidress and nude pumps, while Bella Thorne picked a graphic black-and-white printed frock, hoop earrings, and black and brown sandals. Julianne Hough stood out in cherry red slacks and a beaded top, carrying a see-through clutch that flashed her evening essentials (is that a Chanel compact and white iPhone we spy?). The look might be proof she's a Kate Middleton style fan: everything is from the Fall 2013 collection of Duchess-approved Jenny Packham (save for her Stuart Weitzman sandals).
Winding things up was the film's leading lady, Lily Collins, who smoldered in a one-shoulder cream style with slashes at the waist and chest from Cushnie et Ochs's Resort 2014 collection. It might've been Lily's big night, but that doesn't mean she has to take home best-dressed honors. Vote below and tell us whose look impressed you.
Selena Gomez continued her sexy streak at last night's Teen Choice Awards with a double-slit Cushnie et Ochs sheath. We know Selena isn't afraid to show a little leg, but she balanced the slashed hemline with a pair of pumps that kept the look on the sophisticated, rather than the all-out sultry, side. As for the finishing touches, she completed the look with a pair of pretty turquoise-hued drop earrings, adding just a pop of color. Now, it's up to you to decide: was Selena on point last night?
Few carpets are as bright and colorful as Teen Choice's — and much like 2012, this year the stars didn't disappoint! Nina Dobrev stepped out in J. Mendel's fashion-forward design, Sandra Bullock was as lovely as ever in her abstract print, and Selena Gomez heated things up in a deep green Cushnie et Ochs number. Inside, there's more Teen Choice fun from the likes of Kerry Washington, Miley Cyrus, Hailee Steinfeld, and Lily Collins — keep clicking to see them all!
In addition to being one of our style resolutions, crisp white hues popped up all over the Spring '13 runways, refreshed in modern renditions from the likes of Alexander Wang, Rag & Bone, and Cushnie et Ochs (seen below). For an instant wardrobe update, swap out your tried-and-true black blazer for a sharp white rendition; pair white jeans with a white top for a clean yet bold statement; and nothing says sleek like a white sheath for your next cocktail party. Needless to say, white has made its case as a major style staple this season, and with that in mind, it's time to add a few pieces to your very own wardrobe. From sleek blazers for your 9-to-5 to romantic lace pencil skirts, see and shop our editors' top 16 picks below.
For Cushnie et Ochs's Fall '13 showing, designing duo Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs gave us another smoking-hot collection that didn't hold back on the sex appeal. From their selection of skintight pencil skirts, whisper-thin strappy tanks, and backless dresses to their signature brand of sultry detailing (including strategic cutouts and thigh-high slits), just click through to see the hottest looks from their runway show — and let us know who you think would wear these high-impact ensembles on the red carpet.
Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs must be in a romantic mood for Fall 2013. Sure, there were plenty of the duo's signature femme-fatale dresses in the mix — complete with cutouts, lace-ups, and curve-hugging seams — but this time around there was also something new: seperates with roomier silhouettes and a hint of modesty. Long, flowing maxi dresses, a-line flared skirts, and boxy jackets in rubberized wool (the most striking of which were lined with fur) looked right at home with the label's more hard-lined pieces — and proved that Cushnie and Ochs know exactly what a woman wants to wear. One dress in particular, — a well-balanced mix of sexy and sweet in luxe, hunter green silk with teasing double slits — is sure to top many a wishlist come next Fall.