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.
Whether it was helping Gilles Mendel open his brand-new Madison Avenue J. Mendel boutique, cheering on the guys at the GQ Men of the Year party in Sydney, or stepping out for the Bornfree campaign press announcement, models like Constance Jablonski, Chanel Iman, Alek Wek, Naomi Campbell, Malaika Firth, and Liya Kebede have had a busy yet glamorous few days. You can see what they all wore here in the gallery.
Gravity leading lady Sandra Bullock stole the show in her LWD at the NYC premiere last night, but guests Katie Holmes, Emma Watson, and Jamie Chung also brought their style A-game. Katie popped in a bright pink pleated minidress, balanced with understated tan pumps; Emma was impeccable in a J. Mendel white off-the-shoulder dress with Manolo Blahnik for J. Mendel metallic booties; and Jamie looked sophisticated in an emerald green knee-length sheath dress by Cushnie et Ochs and classic pumps. Three gorgeous dresses that all livened the red carpet, but whose look ruled?
Kate Mara gave the phrase "flawless from every angle" new meaning tonight. When she hit the Emmys red carpet in J. Mendel, we were wowed by her revealing white gown, and when she turned to the side, the view was equally stunning! We say sheer perfection — do you agree?
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Gilles Mendel's Spring 2014 collection for J.Mendel was unapologetically gamine — but also unapologetically luxurious. Mendel was inspired by Serge Gainsbourg's song "Cargo Culte," the final track on the album The History of Melody Nelson. The designer outfitted the singer's imaginary muse with pieces that were as slouchy and comfortable-looking as they were delicately finished. Who wouldn't want to replace the baseball shirt and track pants reserved for walking the dog on weekends with a lace, jacquard, and silk crepe raglan sleeve t-shirt and pants made from panels of two different laces?
Speaking of lace, this collection was rife with it: strips of lace were paired with strips of fox fur to create gorgeous vests that the show notes admit won't keep their wearers warm, and the final look was a gown made from a black embroidered varietal. These clothes clearly took effort to make, but their look is effortless.
J. Mendel is synonymous with luxury and glamour, but the beauty look for Spring 2014 was all about adding an athletic vibe. "This is my first time doing this show, so I'm being a little rebellious," said lead stylist Anthony Turner for L'Oréal Professionnel. He wanted to create something a little different to offset the feminine clothes, so he opted for a slightly androgynous look. "The top is smooth with a deep side part for the masculine part, and the back has soft, natural waves for the feminine."
Makeup artist Gucci Westman for Revlon played up the sporty side with glowy, bronzed skin and finished with a glossy burgundy lip. "It's boyish glam," she quipped. And Jin Soon Choi used Revlon ColorStay Nail Enamel in Trade Winds ($8), a sheer nude, finished with a matte top coat to play off the textures in the clothes.
Wherever there are rock stars, there are sure to be supermodels. And the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday were no exception. Four of the biggest names in the business — Joan Smalls, Coco Rocha, Chanel Iman, and Erin Wasson — showed up to the event in Brooklyn, and each of them had distinctly different looks on the red carpet.
While Smalls chose a minimal white ensemble from Viktor & Rolf's Fall 2013 collection, Rocha looked tough in a leather jacket by designer Fausto Puglisi, embellished with rhinestones and interesting quilting. Iman chose a much sweeter look, wearing a metallic lace gown with long sleeves and a plunging neckline by J. Mendel. As for Wasson? She wore a long-sleeved dress, too, albeit a sheer one that exposed a lot of skin. Which of these three different looks was your favorite? Tell us in the poll below.
These are the kind of wedding gowns that look like they've been custom made to fit your every curve and fulfill every personal styling whim — and the best part? They're also the kind of gowns that happen to come at an off-the-rack price. While a bespoke gown is the dream route for many, it's not exactly budget-friendly. That's where these gorgeous dresses come in. With Reem Acra, Theia, J.Crew, BHLDN, and Vera Wang's David's Bridal collection all offering up dreamy options sans the exorbitant price tag, it's easy to see why these off-the-rack looks are begging to be worn down the aisle. Ready to shop the wedding gown of your dreams and have it at your door in just a matter of days? Head right this way.
At the 30th annual PaleyFest in Beverly Hills last night, Ginnifer Goodwin and Olivia Munn both chose eye-catching dresses for their appearances. At the Once Upon a Time event, Ginnifer's pretty confection popped thanks to the orange hue and sheen of her jewel-embellished dress by Raoul, which she finished with white ankle-strap sandals. For The Newsroom festivities, Olivia also opted for a stem-baring silhouette in a white J. Mendel mini with a deep-V neckline. She completed her look with gold-and-white ankle-strap pumps and a white box clutch. Both actresses shined in their ensembles, but which look gets your vote?
Hollywood's A-listers gathered to celebrate the 15th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards tonight. Among the red-carpet standouts, we spotted Ginnifer Goodwin in a floor-length red Nonoo gown and coordinating clutch, while Anne Hathaway sparkled in a gold sequined Gucci minidress, and Ashley Madekwe (baring her midriff) in her pink floral J. Mendel ensemble. Step inside to see what Lily Collins, Christa B. Allen, Kristen Wiig, and more of the style crowd wore tonight.