Thanks to her Gravity promotional duties, we've been treated to plenty of stunning looks from the ever-gorgeous Sandra Bullock lately. And she's been on quite a fashion roll. In Tokyo, Sandra offered two very different looks: a modern red Roland Mouret sheath and a feminine floral-embellished cocktail dress. But before that, Bullock chose looks from Stella McCartney, J. Mendel, Narciso Rodriguez, and more. You don't want to miss Sandra's shining red carpet moments, so head right on in.
The 70th annual Venice Film Festival is underway, quite stylishly, we might add, thanks to its very fashionable attendees: Scarlett Johansson, Dakota Fanning, Diane Kruger, Carey Mulligan, Freida Pinto, Gabrielle Union, Mia Wasikowska, and Sandra Bullock. Most recently, Johansson got dolled up in a black off-the-shoulder gown, Fanning dazzled in a beautiful blue Elie Saab creation, Mulligan picked a chic collared dress, Pinto worked a hot-orange mini, while Union was romantic in her little white dress. Meanwhile, Bullock, who normally gravitates toward dark hues, picked not one, but two bright ensembles. Head inside to get a closer look at all the spotlight-worthy looks, and then be sure to check back for many more star-studded Venice Film Festival style moments.
As far as we're concerned, embellished sandals are a girl's best friend during the Summer months. That's because they provide just enough sparkle and flair to take your look to fabulous heights. Want to see what we mean? Just look at these stylish celebrities who have all embraced embellished sandals this Summer. For starters, there's Jessica Biel working her Roger Vivier jeweled sandals with skinny denim and a utilitarian jacket, Tilda Swinton's polka-dot pants and studded sandals pairing, and Sienna Miller's cool, colorful beaded pair. For celeb-approved tips on how to wear embellished sandals seven days of the week, just click on.
Kerry Washington stepped out at the MTV Movie Awards in a neon orange-and-black Michael Kors gown, and thanks to its bold hues, she was hard to miss (in the best sense possible). Her high-low skirt-turned-dramatic dress train played the perfect counterpart to the black long-sleeved minidress peeking through; and to top it all off, the daring silhouette gave way to one seriously leggy look. Then, the Django Unchained starlet finished with a yellow ostrich-textured clutch and black buckle-embellished Roger Vivier pumps. Are you a fan?
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It's not often when we get to step inside Gwyneth Paltrow's closet, but in the name of charity, the multitalented celebrity is selling a few pieces from her personal wardrobe for a do-good reason. To benefit The Edible Schoolyard Project, The David Lynch Foundation, and Pencils of Promise, Gwyneth just launched her Goop Giving Charity Closet Sale featuring her lightly worn items ranging from Roger Vivier bags to Stella McCartney denim skirts. Items still range on the pricey side, $250 to $2,000, but proceeds go to the above charities. Shopping for a cause never looked so good.
Not only are celebrities wearing Spring's hottest black and white trend, they're also carrying it. Here's proof: Jessica Alba's blue and black outfit wasn't complete without her black-and-white Roger Vivier bag — here's a larger version ($4,089). Diane Kruger's Alexander McQueen Heroine satchel ($3,450) dressed up her gray tee and pink Current/Elliott jeans, Amanda Seyfried's oversize bag was a chic complement to her laid-back daytime style, and Gwyneth Paltrow's colorblocked Alice + Olivia Spring 2013 satchel ($495) lent a little flair to her otherwise basic travel style. Need any further proof of the black-and-white bag craze, then behold the trend's other selling points: the color combo is a classic, which means you can wear it long after this Spring — plus, it's safe to say this color scheme is easy to incorporate with the rest of your wardrobe. Sold? Then shop our editors' favorite black and white bags below.
The road to the Oscars is paved with many star-studded Vanity Fair parties, and while Monday night's event supplied the flirty cocktail dresses, yesterday's "Girl Rising" party delivered a cool contrast in light vs. dark styling. Freida Pinto stepped out in a blue, gray, and cream patchwork-infused, mesh-detailed Antonio Berardi dress from the designer's Spring '13 collection, and finished the look off with pewter Roger Vivier ankle-strap sandals. Meanwhile, Chloë Moretz chose a Christian Dior Pre-Fall '13 black fit-and-flare number that offered up a chic take on ladylike dressing — and played to a much darker kind of nighttime glamour. She kept her hair down, wore a smoky eye, and completed it all with nude pointy-toe pumps. Both ladies did right by their evening fare, so now it comes down to who you think did it best. Weigh in below!
With just one night before the Screen Actors Guild Awards fun, the A-list set hit the red carpet this evening to celebrate the producers. The Producers Guild Awards dress code ranged from fancy to flirty tonight as Jessica Alba led the pack in a gorgeous embroidered lace gown by Elie Saab Couture, paired with Harry Winston jewels and a Roger Vivier bag. Meanwhile, Anne Hathaway showed off a fun strapless, floral Erdem dress accessorized with strappy custom vegan gold sandals by Giuseppe Zanotti, while Jennifer Garner shined in an Oscar de la Renta chantilly lace dress with a ruffle hemline. Click on to see who else attended the festivities and, even more importantly, what they wore.
This week, our top celebrity trendsetters really turned up the heat with unexpected color combinations, updated takes on classic looks, and dangerously chic accessories. Olivia Palermo's emerald-green and yellow pairing turned heads in London, Emma Stone brought major life to her red sleeveless mini with black and yellow Roger Vivier sandals in NYC, and Ashley Madekwe upped the glam factor in a black peplum top and lust-worthy accessories in LA. Other notables included Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Kardashian, and Elizabeth Olsen. Take a break from your Friday tasks to get a closer look at our latest style winners and to draw inspiration for this weekend's celeb-approved ensemble.
Emma Stone stopped and posed for the cameras on her way into the Calvin Klein Spring 2013 show at New York Fashion Week. For the occasion, the actress chose a red sleeveless shift dress with a nude clutch, but it was her black and yellow Roger Vivier sandals ($1,196) that clearly demanded the most attention. We love the mix of varying colors — it made for a fun and fabulous ensemble. Re-create Emma's bold look by pairing this red shift dress by Ya-Ya ($59) with her exact sandals and a nude clutch.