After a night at the Met Gala, Miranda Kerr and Karolina Kurkova spent a night at the movies as they attended a special early screening of The Great Gatsby, which hits theaters this Friday. Miranda went for allover florals — in a jumpsuit, no less — while Karolina perfected her cool off-duty model look. Watch on to hear all about it! On Allison: Tanya Taylor jacket, Everlane top, Rebecca Minkoff shorts, Beso Beso jewelry.
The fun wasn't over for the Met Gala 2013 attendees in NYC last night as they flocked to the Standard Hotel following the ball for the official afterparty at the Boom Boom Room. Madonna stripped out of her bum-baring Met Gala outfit and changed into a fishnet body stocking and black lacy lingerie to mingle with guests like Katy Perry, Allison Williams, and Frank Ocean. She wasn't the only star who made a costume change — Amanda Seyfried took off her gown and changed into a baggy black t-shirt to hit the dance floor with Frank. Meanwhile, Miranda Kerr met up with January Jones, Jennifer Lawrence arrived with Marion Cotillard, Gerard Butler mingled with Karolina Kurkova, andNicole Richie connected with Kirsten Dunst, and Mary-Kate Olsen snuggled with boyfriend Olivier Sarkozy. Mary-Kate and Olivier weren't the only couple at the late-night bash, as Jennifer Morrison was spotted holding hands with her Once Upon a Time costar Sebastian Stan and Kate Bosworth hugged Michael Polish. If you missed out on all the excitement last night, be sure to check out our collection of all the red carpet fashion from the 2013 Met Gala to get caught up!
Karolina Kurkova was dressed by Greek designer Mary Katrantzou for the Met Gala on Monday night in NYC, and the two women took to the red carpet together. The short and colorful dress was right on point for Karolina, who said that the most important part of events like this is making sure you wear the dress rather than letting the dress wear you. Karolina also shared details about her most punk photo shoot ever — when she dressed up as Marilyn Manson for Vogue. Check out the interview, and don't miss all of our Met Gala coverage. Watch tomorrow as we break down all the red carpet highlights with a very special episode of POPSUGAR Live! at 2:30 p.m. EDT/11:30 a.m. PDT!
Don't let your eyes fool you. That's Karolina Kurkova taking a casual stroll around NYC — not hitting the catwalk — although both the supermodel strut and perfect outfit might have convinced you otherwise. Aside from compelling us to commit to that Pilates class today and tomorrow, Karolina's latest just gave us a much-needed dose of weekend outfit inspiration. The supermodel balanced casual and pulled-together styles with a few key pieces, like a cool-girl meets ladies-who-brunch play on the tweed jacket and a bright Spring-ready skort. Rather than give the look a too-dressy tilt with a pair of heels, she kept it easy (and walkable!) with black ankle boots and an equally functional Gryson crossbody bag. You don't need much to finish it off, just a pair of Ray-Bans to further the street-styled appeal. All the outfit ingredients are below — just shop to channel Karolina's effortless (and perfect for your weekend) look.
Shop clockwise from top left: AllSaints Kayo T-Shirt ($65), Sandro Vernis Jacket ($600), Ray-Ban Clubmaster Half-Frame Acetate Sunglasses ($145), ASOS Altitude Leather Jodhpur Ankle Boots ($92), Gryson Women's Ruby Belted Strap Classic Small Satchel ($695), Zara Culotte Shorts ($50)
The Tribeca Film Festival continues its stylish reign in New York City, thanks to the latest batch of red carpet screenings and cocktail parties. The annual Vanity Fair-hosted kickoff party set the bar high, but this week's latest premieres and movie screenings certainly added to the list of enviable outfits spotted on the fest circuit. On the heels of Kate Hudson's body-conscious Jenny Packham sheath at the premiere of The Reluctant Fundamentalist, Taraji P. Henson continued the red carpet glamour in a formfitting blue sheer number at the Chanel dinner last night. Of course, this is just the beginning; we'll let you click on to see who wore what to the most recent TFF festivities.
— Additional reporting by Chi Diem Chau and Melody Nazarian
A printed blazer could make all the difference in your weekend outfit — Karolina Kurkova is proof of that. Not only did she up the cool quotient on a pair of black jeans and a basic black tee, but she did it so effortlessly — in effect, supplying us with the kind of simplified styling tricks we're always after on weekends. All it took was a statement-printed blazer and (perfectly on-trend) wedged sneakers to elevate her closet essentials. We can pretty much guarantee that you can re-create the same effect in just 10 minutes — or less — so you're out the door and on your way to brunch (and wherever else the weekend takes you). Just shop our editors' picks to channel Karolina's brand of street chic.
Shop clockwise from top left: Marc Jacobs oversize sunglasses ($295), Mango animal print blazer ($80, originally $120), Olivia Harris by Joy Gryson Hunger Erasure clutch ($495), See by Chloé two tone Nabuk sneaker wedge ($465), Mango cotton essential t-shirt ($20), Rag & Bone jean stretch cotton-blend leggings-style jeans ($187)
Sienna Miller wore a Topshop dress and held hands with her future sister-in-law, Matilda Sturridge, when the two attended Vanity Fair's Tribeca Film Festival party in NYC last night. Sienna's night out with Matilda comes after a day out with Tom Sturridge in Manhattan earlier this week. The couple squeezed in a bit of alone time following a weekend with their daughter, Marlowe.
Sienna and Matilda were joined at the event by Evan Rachel Wood, who cradled her baby bump in a black flowing dress. Evan vented about attending the star-studded bash while being with child since she couldn't partake in any of the booze-related festivities. She tweeted, "I love that I am going to a cocktail party tonight, but I can't have any cocktails. It's like a birthday with no cake." Also on hand at the fashionable fete was model Karolina Kurkova, TFF fixture Robert De Niro, and Whoopi Goldberg.
Karolina Kurkova's most recent street-style look is hip, effortless, and especially ideal for Spring's finicky weather patterns. While out and about in NYC yesterday, the Czech stunner pounded the pavement in an outfit that was chock-full of chunky layers, yet had undeniable Springtime appeal. Karolina started with what very well may be the skinniest pair of Citizens of Humanity skinny jeans ever, then topped a cozy gray cashmere sweater with a tough-chic leather jacket — which, of course, she wore in the coolest way possible. Even though her layers may look too heavy for a warm day, it's actually the perfect ensemble for running around town, especially when your city hasn't quite figured out Spring weather yet. In addition to her edgy-cool clothing, Karolina's navy fedora, black ankle boots, and houndstooth satchel were statement pieces in their own right. What we love most about her look is that each piece could work just as well on its own as they do together — and you can shop similar items below to copy Karolina's Spring-ready look right now.
Monochromatic dressing (that is, wearing one color head to toe) is all the rage right now, and here are three celebrities to show us how it's done in various hues. Victoria's Secret model Candice Swanepoel chose a crisp all-white ensemble during her recent travels, Girls actress Zosia Mamet opted for a cobalt pairing — a silky button-down with high-waist trousers, both by Honor — at the premiere of The Company You Keep in NYC, and Karolina Kurkova showed off her style chops in a red shorts suit at a Moncler event in Miami Beach. What's great about going monochromatic is that it takes the guessing game out of getting dressed. You pick one color you love and stick with it — easy enough, right? But despite it being a huge Spring trend, would you rock a monochromatic ensemble like these celebs did? Share your thoughts with us below.
- Presenting our current favorite fashion meme: Skate Moss. [BuzzFeed]
- Karolina Kurkova didn't let her stilettos and leather pants stop her from break-dancing with the Knicks City Kids backstage at the Today show. [Page Six]
- This is what a color-field diagram of the Fall 2013 collections looks like. [Fashionista]
- Kate and Laura Mulleavy of Rodarte will be honored by the Art Institute of Chicago with its Legend of Fashion award. [WWD]
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