You stay classy, Sydney. Kirsten Dunst and Kristen Wiig, two of the stars of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, both wore dark looks to the movie's Australian premiere. While Wiig opted for a floor-length, long-sleeved dress, Dunst chose a black-and-white polka-dot dress from Dolce & Gabbana. But while both dresses are dark, they don't exactly give us the same vibe — so we have to ask . . .
Kim Kardashian, Kayne West, and their crew headed out to Las Vegas to fete Kim's 33rd birthday! Kim wore a white lace two-piece number by Dolce & Gabbana for the big bash, and we can't help but wonder –– is Kim hinting at her wedding day with this outfit? We'll let you decide. Watch on to see Kim's svelte postbaby body, and share your thoughts below.
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Dolce & Gabbana's Perfect Matte Concealer ($40) might just be the last concealer you ever buy (excluding future repeat purchases, of course). Its creamy texture ensures easy application, but once it sets, there's no slipping and sliding. The key is how this cover-up transforms into a matte, almost powderlike finish. Spots, blemishes, and uneven tones are subtly diffused, sans the caked-on look. Because of the way it melts flawlessly into the skin, in addition to the fact that it can be used as a lipstick and eye shadow base, this one's a keeper. So sorry, other concealers.
Julianne Moore got her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this afternoon and chose a pastel yellow Dolce & Gabbana dress and white ankle-strap sandals for the occasion. While we always appreciate seeing the red-haired actress in rich green, we think her complexion looks equally great in this citrus hue. Chloë Moretz, who accompanied her Carrie costar Julianne for the ceremony, also went with a pastel Dolce & Gabbana dress — you think they planned it? — only hers was sleeveless and pink. She then punched things up with red ankle-strap sandals for a sassy finish. Both ladies looked pretty in pastels, but we want to know which one you think stole the show in Hollywood.
Dolce & Gabbana is know for its strong, feminine beauty, and its Spring 2014 collection was no exception. The designers have stuck to a beauty signature with the past few collections: updos with hair accessories galore and a sexy cat eye. For Spring, this translated to tousled updos with romantic braids and crowns of rhinestones, gold coins, and flowers.
Pat McGrath, using Dolce & Gabbana's The Make Up, created a look that brought the designers' ancient-Sicilian inspiration for the collection to life. She warmed up the skin for a sexy glow, which was accented with red accents in the form of blush in various shades and Classic Cream Lipstick in Bellissima and Traviata ($32 each, both shades available Spring 2014). The eyes were dusted with radiant shades from the Smooth Eye Colour Quad in Golds and Desert ($59) and then accented with winged eyeliner using Intense Liquid Eyeliner in Baroque Bronze ($34).
With the highly theatrical and intricately embellished work Dolce & Gabbana has been doing the past few seasons, it comes as no surprise that its Spring 2014 show features an explosion of beautifully created garments decorated with eye-catching, sparkly elements.
The designers billed this offering as "an imaginary journey to rediscover ancient Sicily, where history and myth come together," and to that end, the house employed some truly glorious techniques. A painterly branch-and-leaf print on a white fabric was embedded with pink silk flowers to create a number of almost surreal dresses. More flowers emerged from dresses whose patterns mimicked traditional Sicilian ceramic tiles — though at times the designers let those patterns stand on their own. When it was time for the finale, the designers sent out what Twitter is calling the #GoldenArmy: a battalion of models in glorious gold-spangled dresses.
It's been awhile since we've seen Julia Roberts grace the red carpet, so when we spotted her in a ravishing Dolce & Gabbana dress at the Toronto International Film Festival, we did a double, nay, triple take. The actress turned up in Canada to help promote her flick, August: Osage County, and made quite the entrance in red lace. We love that she chose such a bright look for her comeback but that she then tamed it with nude accessories: a Gucci lizard box clutch and triple-strap peep-toe patent leather platform sandals also by Gucci. Now that Julia Roberts is back in the spotlight — and in such a bold way — take a good look, and tell us what you think of her ensemble.
Jessica Biel may not have walked the MTV VMAs red carpet last night, but she fully made up for the absence in her black Dolce & Gabbana dress for the afterparty at the Dream Hotel in NYC. Thanks to its lace peek-a-boo effect, her sheer frock was more than a bit sexy. Jessica completed her nighttime ensemble with drop earrings, a couple sparkly rings, and black-and-blue cutout pointed-toe pumps. (If you feel like this look is a departure from Jessica's standard style, you might need a refresher on the last time the actress has dared to go sheer. Remember her see-through pants moment from earlier this year?) Take a look at Jessica's latest MTV VMAs afterparty ensemble, and tell us: do you approve?
Add a little mod fashion to your wardrobe repertoire with the It dress of the season: the shift. Boasting clean lines and an effortlessly chic Twiggy attitude, the shift dress will seamlessly work into your day-to-night style. Wear Tibi's bold emerald frock with a collared top and knee-high boots for a directionally '60s feel, or amp up your power-player office style in Dolce & Gabbana's smart tweed dress paired with pumps, a structured satchel, and no-holds-barred red lips.
Summer makeup trends come and go, but there are a few that seem to be on constant rotation season after season. Dolce & Gabbana US National Makeup Artist Christian McCulloch shares three stylish ways to maximize your beauty look during the warm-weather months. Most importantly, they're all flattering, easy to wear, and provide a fun twist to the classics.
1. Colored Eyeliner
Whether it's kohl pencil or liquid, McCulloch says colored eyeliners are "brilliant." Not sure where to start? We like jewel-colored hues, like emerald, turquoise, and amethyst, which add a vibrant pop of color without appearing too over-the-top.
2. Bright Lips
"I also love bright lip shades," says McColloch. "I think matte lipsticks are great for this and last better in the high heat than glosses." Try matte red paired with dewy skin for a contrast in texture. "I'm loving our orange-based reds — the Dolce & Gabbana Classic Lipstick in Iconic ($32) is a favorite of mine — as they're brighter and feel more fun, summery, and somehow more contemporary." To prevent matte lipsticks from looking cake-y or dry, keep in mind McCulloch's trick: use your finger to apply tubed lipstick, and dab it onto the lips. "It creates the same effect [as with tube application] but without the cracked lips. Also, you can control the level of intensity better this way."
3. Dramatic Lashes
"I just can't help myself. This is my perma-trend." So go ahead and coat on ample layers of mascara or load on false lashes — or both. There's never a better time than the present to lay it on thick.