The Voice entered the live playoffs last night and you know what that means: flashier sets and costumes for the contestants and judges alike. This time last season we were itching to have a PopStyle intervention with former judge Christina Aguilera who entered the playoffs in American flag pants and pink cornrows that matched a fuzzy fan. How did her replacement, Shakira, step into the live rounds? Read on for the details. READ FULL STORY »
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Even if you don’t have tickets to see Beyoncé, you can still dress like you did. The pop singer has opened an online store featuring clothes and accessories inspired by her Mrs. Carter Show. [MTV Style]
Here comes the Honey Boo Boo bride! Mama June walked down the aisle in a camouflage-print gown, while Honey herself channeled Scarlett O’Hara in a frilly pink flower girl dress. [People]
Go behind the scenes of Iron Man 3 to see how effects masters Shane Patrick Mahan and Lindsay MacGowan work their magic. [Gizmodo]
Though she reportedly banned Kim Kardashian from attending last year’s Met Ball, Vogue editor Anna Wintour had the mom-to-be — and baby daddy Kanye West — over for an intimate dinner this weekend. [Fashionista]
Great Gatsby costume and production designer Catherine Martin talks about her punk days, her favorite designers, and more in a game of 20 fashion questions. [WSJ]
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The rainy weather at this weekend’s Kentucky Derby didn’t dampen the spirits of the spectators, many of whom nodded to tradition by wearing over-the-top toppers.
Click through the gallery to see Miranda Lambert’s wide-brimmed chapeau, Dannielynn Birkhead’s Mary Poppins-inspired topper, and more stars in their Derby hats. READ FULL STORY »
This week on the red carpet, Zooey Deschanel kept it quirky for a screening of New Girl, Nina Dobrev channeled the Roaring ’20s for the premiere of The Great Gatsby, and Nicole Richie welcomed spring at Balmain’s fashion fête.
Who was best dressed and who was a fashion fail? Let your votes do the talking. READ FULL STORY »
At Monday night’s Met Gala, guests are expected to wear ensembles that evoke the theme of this year’s Met Costume Institute exhibition – PUNK: Chaos to Couture.
Earlier this week, Dukes of Melrose star Cameron Silver told the New York Times that “no one has a clue” what to wear to the punk-themed ball. “We keep running into the same problem, which is that rich women don’t want to look punk, or grunge,” Silver, who owns the Decades vintage and consignment boutique in L.A. said of the difficulty he’s had outfitting his wealthy clientele for the big night. “Not that many women want to look like Nancy Spungen.”
For celebrities, finding the perfect punk-inspired ensemble starts with a designer fairy godmother — or godfather, as the case may be.
Will someone wear the Versace safety-pin dress made famous by Elizabeth Hurley and, later, Lady Gaga? Will Gwyneth Paltrow send her team out to find a razor so she can shave her… head and show up with a mohawk? Will Elizabeth Banks come as Effie Trinket? Will Kanye West bring Kim Kardashian? (That last question has nothing to do with fashion, but it had to be asked.)
A list of the designers and their celebrity dates posted yesterday by The Hollywood Reporter may offer some clues. Click on to see who will be escorting — and therefore probably dressing — stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Nicki Minaj, Psy, Jennifer Lopez, and more stars to the Oscars of Fashion. READ FULL STORY »
It’s pretty obvious that Miley Cyrus was not feeling shy when she posed for photographer Mario Testino for the cover story — titled “The Emancipation of Miley” — in the latest issue of V magazine.
Wearing lots of leather and spikes, Cyrus flashes parts of her bare back, buttocks and breasts. “The Emancipation of Miley” indeed.
Except… this isn’t the first time the former Disney princess has gone nearly nude for a controversial photo shoot. READ FULL STORY »
Don Cheadle says the suit he wore to play the Iron Patriot in Iron Man 3 felt like it was “made in a torture chamber that Torquemada created.” [Huffington Post]
See the results of Glee star Lea Michele’s Hollywood home makeover. [Domaine Home]
Even though designer Nicolas Ghesquière has left Balenciaga, Kristen Stewart – who is the face of the brand’s Florabotanica fragrance — says she’d “totally run away” with him. Is RPatz worried? [The Cut]
Rihanna’s first lipstick for MAC Cosmetics hits stores today. [InStyle]
Ellen Degeneres welcomed guest Cher to her show wearing a sheer body suit similar to the one the music icon wore in her 1989 video for “If I Could Turn Back Time.” [USA Today]
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Tomorrow’s episode of Dukes of Melrose marks the final television appearance of legendary comedienne — and unlikely fashion icon — Phyllis Diller.
When Cameron Silver pays a visit to Diller in the hopes of raiding her closet, the comedienne — who filmed her appearance on the Bravo reality show before she passed away at the age of 95 last August — leads the Decades owner to a room lined with racks of the eccentric clothes and outrageous wigs that were her sartorial trademark. Calling the comedienne “a fashion icon in her own right,” Silver says that Diller’s closet “represents a life well lived…and shopped.”
Click on to watch a teaser clip of Diller’s appearance on Dukes of Melrose. READ FULL STORY »
Soon you’ll be able to dress like your favorite Downton Abbey character. The licensed merchandise line will also include furniture, wallpaper, and beauty products. [Vanity Fair]
Selena Gomez recycled the red Marco Marco dress she wore to perform at the MTV Movie Awards for her the video “Come and Get It.” [MTV Style]
Rihanna’s hairstylist dishes on creating some of the Barbadian beauty’s most notable hairstyles. [The Cut]
Kate Hudson and Goldie Hawn remember their first makeup moments together during a mother-daughter moment on the set of their new Almay commercial. [Huffington Post]
WE TV has ordered a new fashion reality show called House of Curves, starring plus-size fashion designer Kenyatta Jones. [Variety]
The winner of Project Runway season 11 talks about her big win and what she plans to do next. [THR]
Ashton Kutcher-backed start-up Fab.com opens first brick-and-mortar store, launches a design-your-own furniture line. [Mashable]
PBS releases ‘Downton Abbey’ T-shirts and more merch
Heidi Klum joins ‘America’s Got Talent’ as fourth judge — UPDATE
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From Sofia Vergara’s bouncy curls to Claire Danes’ feathered tendrils, see the stars who rocked Farrah Fawcett-inspired hairstyles at the White House Correspondents’ dinner. [StyleWatch]
Judging from photos taken on the set of Townies, Zac Efron’s character is a “fashiony, pretty boy version” of a college frat boy. [MTV Style]
Interior designer Michelle Workman — whose clients have included Jennifer Lopez and John Travolta — will star in Glamour Goes South, a new reality web series on the Design Network. [Hollywood Reporter]
Rita Ora painted on her signature red lip color and hit the stage to perform at Calvin Klein’s warehouse party at the Baselworld trade fair in Switzerland. [WWD]
E-commerce fashion site Moda Operandi will sell some of the designer gowns worn by celebrities at this year’s Met Costume Institute gala the day after the event takes place on May 6. [Mashable]
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