The red carpet at last night's ALMA Awards was star-studded. Eva Longoria led the way in a Monique Lhuillier black gown, while Zoe Saldana brought a pop of color in Gucci. Christina Aguilera and Nicole Richie also got the dark memo, each wearing intricate black gowns in Michael Kors and Mathieu Mirano, respectively. There were plenty of other celebs out to honor the year's best in Latino entertainment — click through to see Dania Ramirez, George Lopez, Jake Gyllenhaal, Aubrey Plaza, and many more. Eva hosted the ALMA Awards with George for the third time. She went on to change into a whopping 11 outfits, and they'll all be on display when the show airs on NBC this Friday at 8/7 p.m. Central.
The plot to Premium Rush is simple: the life of a bike messenger, played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, is put in danger when he unwittingly stumbles into some major trouble on his Manhattan route. It's so simple, in fact, that you might wonder if this hook is baited strongly enough to keep audiences entertained for an entire film. Rest assured, action fans (and bicycle-lovers); not only is this smartly crafted action flick my pick for Summer's most pleasant surprise, but also, Premium Rush keeps pace with some of the genre's best movies.
Premium Rush picks up when Wilee (Gordon-Levitt) is assigned a "very important" delivery to Chinatown. What he doesn't realize, of course, is that the envelope contains some extremely sensitive material: a mysterious slip of paper that crooked cop Bobby Monday (Michael Shannon) is desperate to get his hands on. Luckily for the sender, Wilee is one of New York City's most skillful bike messengers. The crafty adrenaline junkie abhors the idea of working in an office and instead opts for a humble gig delivering packages via his bicycle, which he rides sans gears or brakes. That's about all the backstory we get on Wilee, and, frankly, it's all we need; commendably, the movie isn't muddled with too many insignificant details. To find out what makes Premium Rush stand out, just keep reading.
Denim shorts are a warm-weather essential, so with Summer in the mix, we've rounded up the best celebrity denim shorts looks for you to draw inspiration from. Here are three we particularly love: Selena Gomez in a pair of Blank NYC denim shorts with a peach top, Ashley Tisdale looking crisp in her white blouse and cuffed denim shorts, and Miley Cyrus sporting mini denim cutoffs with basics like a white tee and black cardigan. There are so many more celebs who have worked denim shorts for day and night, so check them out, and then shop similar shorts you'll want to live in all season.
You don't have to be a runner to wear stylish track shorts. Just look at the fabulous Tucker pair actress Dania Ramirez wore with her Chinese Laundry wedges at the Miss USA 2012 Wedge Run in Las Vegas. They lent sporty edge to her otherwise girlie red ruffle top and wedge espadrilles. Since track shorts are trendy right now, you can find them in all sorts of varieties: solid, printed, fitted, loose, etc. Inspired by Dania, we set out to find the coolest, most fabulous track shorts out there. Step inside to see and shop them now.
I'm always delighted by how fresh and pretty Dania Ramirez looks, and I'm a big fan of the eye makeup CoverGirl makeup artist Matthew VanLeeuwen created on her for the brand's 50th anniversary soiree. To get this look, Matthew says he just used CoverGirl Smoky ShadowBlast in Citrus Flair ($8), putting the green color on her lids and the bronze color in her creases, and then darkened the outside of her eyes with CoverGirl Smoky ShadowBlast in Bronze Fire ($9). He then defined her eyes with a subtle line using Cover Girl LiquilineBlast in Black Fire ($8), and finished with a few coats of black mascara.
I imagine that after sitting through a lengthy award ceremony, there's only one thing to do: party! With so many stylish stars in attendance at last night's People's Choice Awards, it was only customary that they would pop up at glitzy afterparties. Some of our Fab faves headed to CoverGirl's 50th anniversary party, where they showed off flirty dresses, dazzling jewels, and, of course, flawless makeup. Taylor Swift shifted from peach to black, Lauren Conrad and Sophia Bush had nude attitudes, and current CoverGirl spokeswoman Drew Barrymore glowed in a bright orange maxidress. Click through to see all the chic celebs, and cast your vote for the night's most Fab.
Cover Girl rounded up its beautiful spokesmodels last night for a bash after the People's Choice Awards in LA. Queen Latifah, fresh off hosting the show, attended the event with a brightly dressed Drew Barrymore, Taylor Swift, Ellen DeGeneres, and Niki Taylor. Ellen and Taylor seemed to be in especially great moods as they laughed their way past the photographers with Portia de Rossi. Taylor had lots to celebrate despite recently splitting from Jake Gyllenhaal — she ranked among the best dressed of the night and took home the favorite country artist honor. Check out the full list of winners! Lauren Conrad skipped out on joining the other lovely ladies on the blue carpet, but she turned out for the beauty brand's bash, as did her fellow MTV starlet Whitney Port.
The holidays are festive and fun (or at least they should be), but they're also devastatingly romantic sometimes. What other time of year manages to sandwich together roaring bonfires, skating rink dates, mistletoe, seasonal balls, and walking arm in arm through landscapes miraculously transfigured by snow? With this much romantic firepower on the line, having hair that rises to the occasion is an excellent way to get the home fires burning, so to speak. And so I present to you five enchanting styling ideas sure to make you feel as pretty and fanciful as the season.
Chains sure have lasting power. And Dania Ramirez reinstates the allure of chain detail belts. Designers are thinking of new, crafty ways to deliver the chain via waistwear. While Dania's subtly cinches her silky emerald dress, thicker versions can dramatize any simple item, while multimedia ones can serve as artsy focal points. I can't choose a favorite; they're all bitchin' belts.
In this edition of FabTV, style expert Louise Roe applauds risk-taker Ginnifer Goodwin's Christian Lacroix minidress at this year's People's Choice Awards and tells us why this particular dress stood out from the rest. She also highlights Carrie Underwood, Katie Cassidy, Dania Ramirez, and Demi Lovato as other daring divas who had show-stopping red carpet dresses.Like what you see? Watch more FabTV.