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.
Zoe Saldana's Roland Mouret dress mixed print with blocks of solid color for the same vibe as a homespun quilt . . . but so much chicer! She kept her footwear simple with a pair of Jimmy Choo sandals and had her fun with her jewelry. There were no simple cocktail rings or diamond bangles for this girl. Instead, she wore an embellished bracelet that went straight down her hand to hook around the middle finger. What do you think of her entire ensemble?
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We're willing to wager that more than half of your cocktail dresses are sleeveless, ready for warm weather, and best shown off without a topper . . . leading to a problem during the holiday party circuit. As you start your search for the perfect long-sleeved dress to wear, well, everywhere formal for the next few months, let these stylish stars inspire you. Taylor Swift went sexy in a formfitting wine number just last night, while Karlie Kloss and Hilary Rhoda both went with nude-and-black lace numbers (Karlie in Roland Mouret Pre-Fall). Olivia Palermo was the sparkliest of our foursome, in a sequin-covered style that fell to right under the knee. The one thing they've got in common? They all remind us that it's more than possible to rock a sexy, Winter-ready dress that doesn't expose too much skin.
Roland Mouret cited contradiction as the guiding principle of his Spring 2014 collection, which manifested in a sportier side to his normally elegant tailoring. Bold colors ruled the runway with crop tops, cutouts, and sheer insets revealing plenty of skin in second-skin dresses and relaxed trousers. Evening brought out a more sensual side with high sheen mixing with printed chiffon in red carpet-ready dresses. Looks like contradicting himself suits Mr. Mouret.
Child star, this Harry Potter actress is not! In her cover story for the latest installment of Net-A-Porter's The Edit, Emma Watson models the eco-friendly designs of Green Carpet Challenge labels including Christopher Kane, Roland Mouret, and Alexander McQueen. Speaking with Livia Firth on the conflict between sustainability and style, the actress admits, "I would love to wear garments that are ethically sourced, but there aren't enough options for me to be able to do that realistically."
Fortunately, the options were plentiful for Emma's sophisticated shoot. And though she looks at ease, don't let her poise fool you: "On the red carpet, I'm usually in so much discomfort — my shoes are uncomfortable, I can't breathe in the dress. I don't compromise like that in my everyday style." And that refreshing confession is just one of the many sides she shows!
We have the third annual CinemaCon to thank for bringing together some of our favorite stars in one place: Las Vegas. Sandra Bullock, Elizabeth Banks, and Hailee Steinfeld are just three of the style-setters who made up this year's list of attendees — and we're looking to their dressed-up looks for serious cocktail-party inspiration. Without further ado, step inside to see who wore what at this year's CinemaCon.
Suffice it to say, Oblivion star Olga Kurylenko had a really good week, with designers Roland Mouret, Marchesa, and Elie Saab to back her up. But the real surprise-turned-treat came courtesy of Angelina Jolie's rare red-carpet appearance. The actress and humanitarian attended the Women in the World Summit in a look straight from the Saint Laurent Spring '13 runway — olive-green caftan, sweeping black robe, and all. As for the rest of the top 10 lineup? You'll just have to keep clicking to see who made the cut.
Blake Lively made her way to Canada for the Target at Shoppers World Danforth event, where she delivered a Spring-perfect outfit on the red carpet. She slipped into a creamy printed dress by Roland Mouret paired with equally eye-catching heels. Sarah Jessica Parker also made a cameo in a look fit for her former character Carrie Bradshaw. All of this and more is in today's Fashion Flash. On Allison McNamara: Club Monaco dress, Stella and Bow earrings, Vita Fede bracelets.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Blake Lively's ensembles at last night's Target Toronto opening were a clear sign that Spring is in the air. With floral embellishments aplenty, the two showed off their respective takes on the new season with a light color palette and whimsical accessories. Sarah Jessica Parker looked casual-chic in a pair of cropped white jeans, sheer pin-dot blouse, and black blazer. For added oomph, the style icon channeled her inner Carrie Bradshaw by accessorizing her outfit with a colorful oversize floral corsage and sharp pointed-toe pumps. Meanwhile, Blake Lively opted for a more ethereal look in a soft watercolor-print Roland Mouret dress and whimsical Christian Louboutin pumps. Both ladies look gorgeous, but which floral-embellished outfit do you prefer?