Another day at the Marrakech Film Festival, another Dior look by attendee Marion Cotillard. But while her past looks have been polished couture cocktail dresses and spotted silk gowns, her most recent look is decidedly more relaxed . . . and decidedly, well, more. This striped Dior Haute Couture ensemble is composed of two dresses layered on top of each other — but do you think that the look succeeds in creating a polished yet casual red carpet outfit for Marion? Or are the stripes too much? You decide, right here.
Making a major entrance in a caped velvet Naeem Khan gown, the Goodwill Ambassador's gold ornamentation and deep burgundy tone definitely put us in the spirit. Later, the singer took the stage and gave us a chill in Michael Kors's silver embroidered gown and icy Lorraine Schwartz jewels. The dresses, while very different, had us thinking forward to our holiday party looks and feeling very inspired. 'Tis definitely the season, Katy!
They may have been on opposite coasts, but as far as outfits were concerned, Olivia Palermo and Amy Adams were on the same wavelength last night. Olivia made a modern play on menswear when she stepped out in NYC for the annual Footwear News Achievement Awards in a chic black jumpsuit and white sleeveless blazer. She didn't skimp on the accents either — true to form, the accessories queen added interest with an armful of bracelets, a pop of emerald on her jeweled clutch, and a pair of exotic heels. In LA, Amy Adams also stuck to a sleek black-and-white palette, showing up to the American Hustle premiere in a fitted white David Koma sheath with bold black stripes and a sheer skirt. To finish, Amy stuck to glamorous jewels and a pair of classic black pumps. So, whose black-and-white look gets your vote in this battle of the coasts?
As if it wasn't cool enough that Keira Knightley recycled her wedding dress once, she took the prize for most laid-back bride ever by wearing her vintage Chanel design again last night. Opting to add sleeves this time (either with layering or expert tailoring) for the SeriousFun London Gala, the actress looked the picture of easy elegance in her embellished sleeves and pared-down styling. Read on to see the full look, and tell us: would you follow in Keira's (ultrachic) footsteps?
Some stars wear black and white, and others stick to black or white, as we learned at last night's Gotham Independent Film Awards. Rashida Jones, Lupita Nyong'o, and Shailene Woodley picked their sides in the battle, and the lines were clearly drawn.
Rashida went stark in Proenza Schouler's viscose black crepe dress, while Lupita was the most ladylike of the crew in head-to-toe Lanvin, namely the label's grosgrain bowed strapless white dress. Landing somewhere in the middle, Shailene mixed things up with a combination of the two in Calvin Klein Collection's textural halter dress. Which dress is your palette of choice?
Black dresses aside, Kelly Rowland and Allison Williams couldn't have looked more different last night at the Winter Ball for Autism in New York City. Kelly made her first appearance since her engagement in a curve-hugging number with shimmering embellishment along its left sleeve.
Meanwhile, Allison Williams had a princess moment in a lace gown with a full tiered skirt by Oscar de la Renta. She finished off the dramatic ensemble with a sleek clutch, which was also by the brand, a statement cocktail ring, and a pair of matching earrings. Whose take on the classic black dress did you think won on the red carpet?
It's not that hard to look chic when you're wearing head-to-toe Dior. That's what Naomi Watts did last night at a party celebrating the reopening of Kirna Zabete, the much-loved New York boutique. Watts wore a pale blue silk jacquard dress with a red graphic floral print from the house as well as a pair of black pumps from the house. It makes sense — a section of the new store is dedicated to Dior wares.
Selena Gomez put aside the short, attention-grabbing Versace frocks she's been favoring recently to slip into something a little bit more subdued for an event in Dallas, TX, tonight. More subdued, sure, since it was a monochromatic black pantsuit look, but no less revealing — the look featured a deep v-neck that sliced down nearly to her navel. While we've slowly been getting used to the idea of Selena all grown-up, this is still a pretty sultry look. Do you like it?
There's no question that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley can rock a red suit, but when she stepped out for the British Fashion Awards in her slim Antonio Berardi design, the question became: is something missing? A close look (and who wouldn't want to gaze upon the model longer?) revealed that in reality she was wearing colorblock trousers and ultrasleek stilettos with a result that was less shocking than stunning. Read on to get a closer look at the design and tell us if you too were duped by her slacks.