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Golden Globes: Jennifer Lawrence's Dior dress inspires a fashion meme

American Hustle star Jennifer Lawrence’s dress was couture, but last night’s hottest fashion meme demonstrated how to get the look for less using a few household items.

As the actress walked the red carpet in a white silk Dior gown, the “Lawrencing” meme was born.

Everyone from Arrow‘s Colton Haynes to fashion blogger Bryanboy, and even a pretty Puggle showed the Internets how to recreate Lawrence’s gown using just a white sheet and some black electrical tape.

See our favorites after the jump. READ FULL STORY

'Girls': Costume designer Jen Rogien on the new styles in season three


Though much ado has been made about the nudity on Girls, costume designer Jenn Rogien promises there are plenty of fully-clothed fashion moments to look forward to in season three.

“I will definitely say that each of the girls finds themselves in circumstances that force them to grow a little bit. I’m trying to keep up with that in their wardrobe choices,” Rogien told EW. “[The characters’ aesthetics are] a reflection of the choices they made in season two, how those decisions start to play out and the consequences.”

Rogien dressed a slew of season three guest characters (including Felicity Jones, Melonie Diaz, Jennifer Westfeldt), but it was J. Crew creative director Jenna Lyons — who plays Hannah’s new boss — that had the costume designer feeling star struck. “It was one of the highlights of the season for me to get to meet her because she’s one of my personal icons,” Rogien said, adding that Lyons brought her own clothing options to set. “I wouldn’t dream of trying to suggest to Jenna that she dress in a certain way. She came with amazing, amazing choices and ended up wearing almost all of her own wardrobe on the show.”

Rogien, who is also the costume designer for Orange is the New Black, was also excited to dress Danielle Brooks (Orange‘s Taystee) for her guest spot on Girls. “Her character is complicated and funny and sad. It was fun to put her [in something different].” Speaking of Orange, which is currently in production on season two, Rogien said; “They do still wear orange and khaki quite a bit, but there are some pretty amazing flashbacks that I’m really excited about. We travel into different time periods to see the characters’ backstories.”

Click on for a sneak peek of the clothes that Hannah, Jessa, Marnie, and Shoshanna will be wearing on season three of Girls.


Golden Globes 2014: Remember the fashion with our red carpet recap -- VIDEO


Every awards show needs a star-studded red carpet to kick off the event, and the Golden Globes might have the most magnificent red carpet, since it combines the biggest stars from movies and television. Before the beautiful people took their seats, ordered their drinks, and started socializing, they walked the carpet to show off their beautiful gowns and their even more beautiful dates. There were fashion hits — Lupita Nyong’o, Cate Blanchett — fashion misses — Jennifer Lawrence — and adorable couples. (We’re looking at you, Robin Wright and Ben Foster!)

Relive the Golden Globes red carpet experience with our two-minute video below:


Golden Globes: Who was the best dressed mommy-to-be? -- POLL

One of the hottest accessories at last night’s Golden Globes? A baby bump.

Enceinte stars Kerry Washington and Olivia Wilde were two of the best dressed mommies-to-be.

Washington draped her new curves in a custom pale green Balenciaga dress with draped detail, accessorizing with Fred Leighton jewelry and Casadei sandals. Olivia Wilde went for a sexier look in a green sequined gown from Gucci Premiere and Forevermark diamonds.

Who was the best dressed mommy-to-be? Cast your vote in the poll below. READ FULL STORY

Who had the wildest facial hair at the Golden Globes? -- POLL

While it’s safe to assume that many of the female stars at tonight’s Golden Globes had every stray hair waxed or plucked before setting foot on the red carpet, the guys were obviously comfortable with letting it all grow out.

But in a sea of goatees — Leonardo DiCaprio, Channing Tatum, Don Cheadle, U2’s The Edge — four men stood out thanks to their crazy beards.

“I waxed my entire body,” Jared Leto told the audience when he accepted the Globe for his performance in Dallas Buyers’ Club. “I’m just lucky it wasn’t a period piece so I didn’t have to do full Brazilian.” So Leto gets a pass for growing out his beard — not to mention his man bun updo — but what were the stories behind the untamed facial hairstyles sported by Joaquin Phoenix, Michael Fassbender, and Adam Scott?

Who knows, but let’s decide who had the wildest whiskers. Cast your vote in the poll below. READ FULL STORY

Jon Voight at the Golden Globes: The story behind the scarf

When Jon Voight won Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Mini-Series or TV Movie for Ray Donovan at Sunday’s Golden Globes, the 75-year-old actor looked dapper as ever — all thanks to a white scarf draped over his tux.

When he spoke to reporters backstage, he explained that the scarf has been his personal awards-show signature for quite some time, thanks to an accidental accessory more than four decades ago.

“I wore it to the Academy Awards once early in my career. Might have been for Midnight Cowboy,” he said of the 1969 movie, which won him his first Golden Globe. “It was one of those times, very early times. And I got dressed as you do for these things, and you don’t really think too much about it. You get a suit, and I put the shirt on, and the collar was too tight, and I couldn’t close the collar. I didn’t know what to do.

“I had the driver picking me up at a certain time,” Voight continued. “So I went by this haberdashery and said, ‘Hold on just a sec. I need to jump out.’ And I said, ‘I need something. Give me that scarf there.’ So I put the scarf on, thinking I could get away with something, that people wouldn’t notice that I had no tie and I had an open shirt. The next day, when the ‘fashion police’ come out, they said, ‘Only Jon Voight could get away with an open shirt! It was absolutely dazzling!’ So that’s it. It’s the scarf. And then it became something associated with me. I’ve given my original away, and I got this one.”

Take a trip down memory lane with Voight’s white scarf here and here.

Who will be the best dressed TV actress at the Golden Globes? POLL

EW’s Melissa Maerz and Jeff Jensen have shared their predictions for the Golden Globes TV categories, but who will win the red carpet?

To narrow down the field I chose five of the most consistently stylish nominees.

Best supporting actress nominee Sofia Vergara (Modern Family) always (always, always) brings the sex appeal, so it’s safe to assume that she’ll wear something sequined that shows off her curves. Nominated for her role in a made-for-TV movie, 68-year-old Helen Mirren (Phil Spector) gives younger stars a run for their money on the red carpet. What if best actress nominee Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation) and her co-host Tina Fey tie for best dressed? As for best actress nominee Kerry Washington (Scandal) … I mean, come on, she’s Kerry Washington, of course she’ll look amazing. Zooey Deschanel’s (New Girl) hit-or-miss style makes her one of tonight’s red carpet wild card contenders.

Who will be the best dressed TV actress at the Golden Globes? Cast your vote after the jump. Did I leave someone off the shortlist? Head down to the comments to submit your write-in vote. READ FULL STORY

Martha Stewart's $2,000 beauty habit

The cornerstone of her domestic empire is perfection, so it’s hardly a surprise that Martha Stewart’s beauty secret is a highly regimented process involving face masks, serums, toning lotions, moisturizers, eye creams, and cleansing oils.

In yesterday’s New York Times, Stewart, a former model, shared a detailed breakdown of her daily skin care and wellness routine. What does it cost to keep Martha looking good?

After tallying the retail prices of her must-have skin care, makeup, hair care products, and signature fragrance, fashion blog Racked.com valued the contents — everything from a Mario Badescu facial spray ($7) to Cle de Peau’s Le Serum moisturizing serum ($325) — of Stewart’s bathroom vanity at $2,103.

And that doesn’t include what she shells out for her go-to facialist, manicurist, masseuse, hairstylist, hair colorist, and eyebrow specialist, which Racked estimates cost upwards of $700 a month. READ FULL STORY

A 'Project Runway All Stars' winner is crowned -- Did the judges make the right choice? POLL

Seth Aaron Henderson made Project Runway history last night when he was crowned the winner of Project Runway All Stars season three.

The self-taught designer beat out fellow finalists Korto Momolu and Elena Slyvniak, to become the first designer to win both Project Runway (season seven) and Project Runway All Stars. Among the spoils of his victory: his own QVC fashion collection, a fashion spread and contributing editor title at Marie Claire magazine, an all-expenses paid trip for two to South East Asia, a cash prize of $150,000, and a complete custom sewing studio.

On last night’s finale, Henderson’s final collection — inspired by his Spanish heritage and created in just four days with a budget of $2,000 — helped him lock up a majority vote from host Alyssa Milano, judges Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman, mentor Zanna Roberts Rassi, and guest judges Gayle King and Zac Posen.

Did the Project Runway All Stars judges make the right choice? Cast your vote in the poll below. READ FULL STORY

'Project Runway All Stars' Finale: Family-inspired fashion and a styling disaster

“You will always be All Stars, but there can only be one winner,” host Alyssa Milano warns in the teaser for tonight’s Project Runway All Stars finale. It’s finally down to the top three — Seth Aaron Henderson, Korto Momulu, and Elena Slivnyak — so who will earn Runway immortality?

The outlook isn’t good for one contestant. “The pants don’t fit!” barks judge Issac Mizrahi in a promo video from Lifetime. “The whole thing is a styling disaster!”

Tonight the contestants visit the United Nations, where they’re tasked with creating a seven-piece collection inspired by their family history. The catch? One ensemble must be made completely out of scarves. Oprah BFF Gayle King and designer Zac Posen serve as guest judges.

Watch a sneak peek of tonight’s Project Runway All Stars finale after the jump.


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