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This week on the red carpet: YOU grade the looks -- POLL


This week, Madonna turned it out in top hat and tails, Gwyneth Paltrow was business casual, and Beyoncé proved once and for all there is no baby bump. Also making appearances on the red carpet: Kristen Wiig, Emily VanCamp, Kylie Minogue, Lea Michele, Rita Ora, Tilda Swinton and Octavia Spencer.

Who was best dressed and who needs to hire a new stylist? Click on to grade the looks. READ FULL STORY

Kylie Minogue on her new fashion book, and why she'd think twice about judging a reality TV singing competition


In the U.S., Kylie Minogue may not be as well-known as Beyoncé and Jennifer Lopez, and her other American counterparts, but in the rest of the world, her influence as a performer, trend setter, and style icon often draws comparisons to the original pop star diva — Madonna.

EW caught up with the Australian-born Minogue when she signed copies of her new book, Kylie: Fashion, at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City to ask about her designer tour costumes, whether she ever wears jeans and sneakers, and what it would take to get her to judge a reality singing competition.

EW: The book is a look back at your sartorial evolution over the last two-and-a-half decades. Tell us about the process of pulling it all together.
Kylie Minogue: Books are often a living hell… You could go on tour easier than doing a book. We did it because last year was my 25th anniversary in music, and it was a way to mark that moment in time and celebrate it. It was quite difficult finding all of the stuff. I mean, my archives are fairly organized now because I had to do it. And finding photographs in all different formats — you’ve got negatives, transparencies, Polaroid film, Polaroids, weird random floppy discs, where we’re going, “We don’t even know what this is. What machine reads these?” There was a moment in time where there was one technical thing that has just disappeared to endless CDs, and into just digitized stuff. So, that was kind of interesting, finding everything. Then choosing, making the decision of what to put in that [would] be a fair representation, like an overview of all those years, because some years there was a lot more sartorial activity than other years. READ FULL STORY

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