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Kids model Grammy fashions worn by Taylor Swift, Madonna, Pharrell, and more

ToddleWood is back!

All of the Grammys good, bad, and WTF? fashion moments — Madonna’s pimp cane, Pharrell’s hat, Paula Patton’s rabid zebra-print dress to name just a few — have been immortalized in kid-size glamor shots.

Founded by former advertising executive-turned-photographer Tricia Messeroux, the photo project imagines everyday kids as A-list celebrities, historic figures, and more recognizable icons. The idea was born in 2008, when Messeroux decided to shoot her then-three year old daughter, Skylar.

“My process now is to think about what the look that I want to  achieve is, so it needs to be an iconic celebrity or a political figure or someone notable, or a moment in time,” Messeroux told EW last year. “The Grammys have some of the most outrageous outfits, which for someone like, me is exciting.”

Click through the gallery to see the pint-sized versions of Madonna, Pharrell, Katy Perry, Paula Patton, and more Grammy styles.  READ FULL STORY

Grammys: Who was worst dressed? -- POLL

Not everyone can be a winner on Grammy night — and I’m not talking about the awards.

Paula Patton followed up her Golden Globes fashion debacle with a bizarre rabid zebra-print dress.

Wearing a sheer shirtdress, Zendaya looked like she had headed over to the Staples Center after finishing her shift at Ann Taylor.

From the front, Paris Hilton’s dress made her look like a badly dressed bride. From behind she looked like a bachelor party stripper.

Who deserves the title of worst dressed at the 2014 Grammys? Cast your vote in the poll below.  READ FULL STORY

Grammys Best Dressed: Who struck fashion gold? -- POLL

There was a parade of golden girls at the 2014 Grammy Awards.

Taylor Swift said she felt bulletproof in her chainmail inspired lamé and crystal mesh Gucci Premiere gown.

Rita Ora tried something different, opting to wear a metallic Lanvin cocktail dress — described by the label as “absinthe green” with “lavender undertones” — that was totally rock ‘n roll.

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Chrissy Teigen — who became Mrs. John Legend last fall — was dazzling in a strapless gown by designer Johanna Johnson.

Who was the ultimate golden girl? Cast your vote in the poll below.  READ FULL STORY

Grammys Guy Style: Who wore the oddest outfit? -- POLL

In a surprising fashion twist, it was the men who took the biggest fashion risks at tonight’s Grammy Awards.

For once, Ryan Lewis stole the style spotlight from Macklemore, thanks to a hideous houndstooth-print suit from Mr.Turk.

Steven Tyler took the title of all-time worst white suit from Celine Dion.

Pharrell? Is that you under that hat? Please tell me that this was all a big joke and you meant to inspire the biggest fashion meme since Angelina’s right leg. Please.

Who wore the oddest outfit at the Grammys? Cast your vote after the jump.  READ FULL STORY

Lorde shares bizarre style inspirations for her Grammys red carpet look

Better brace yourself, Ryan Seacrest. You might get more than you bargained for when you ask singer Lorde what she’s wearing at Sunday night’s Grammys.

Over the past week, the 17 year-old singer — who is nominated for four awards — has been posting images her macabre style inspirations on Instagram, including a “siberian bear hunting outfit” and what appears to be a papier-mache sea monster costume. “Brainstorming for Grammys,” reads the caption accompanying a photo of a woman with “over-it zombie eyes.”

Unlike other ceremonies where the fashion is taken almost as seriously as the awards, the Grammys red carpet has seen plenty of odd outfits — Nicki Minaj’s slutty nun’s habit, Katy Perry’s fallen angel dress, Lady Gaga’s egg-shaped cocoon to name just a few. ”What else is a girl going to wear to the Grammys?” Annie Lennox said of the naughty Minnie Mouse ensemble she wore in 1995.

In an interview with Teen Vogue last fall, Lorde said that when it comes to style, she prefers thrift store finds to designer labels and marches to the beat of her own drum. “I like simple clothes,” she explained. “But sometimes I’ll go for a goth-witch vibe.”

See Lorde’s bizarre Grammys style inspirations after the jump. READ FULL STORY

Is Jennifer Lopez's 2000 Grammys dress still shocking? -- POLL

Back in 2000 when she was known as JLo, Jennifer Lopez accompanied then-boyfriend Puff Daddy to the Grammys wearing a very revealing sheer chiffon Versace gown. The couple split up soon after, but the image of Lopez in that dress lives on.

It’s certainly the most memorable gown in Grammys history — it even has its own Wikipedia page — but if Lopez wore the dress that put her on the fashion map to this Sunday’s ceremony, would it be considered shocking by today’s red carpet standards?

In the last year alone, we’ve seen plenty of dresses that make JLo’s Versace number look positively demure by comparison. In April 2013, Gwyneth Paltrow not only showed up to the premiere of Iron Man 3 in a NSFW gown by Antonio Berardi, she shared a TMI story about having to shave her bikini line minutes before hitting the red carpet. Last November, actress Jaimie Alexander stole Thor’s thunder when she walked the red carpet at the premiere of the action flick wearing an Azzaro Couture gown that barely concealed her naughty bits. Just days later in London, British model Abbey Clancy took side boob to a whole new level in a Julien Macdonald gown at the appropriately named Fashion for the Brave benefit.

I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the dress — more accurately described as a scrap of mesh fabric and a thong — that Rose McGowan wore to the MTV VMAs in 1998, almost two years before JLo taped on her Grammys dress. But McGowan’s display was not so much a fashion moment as it was a case of temporary insanity. Same goes for Lady Gaga’s 2011 Grammys egg ensemble.

If Jennifer Lopez wore that infamous Versace dress today, would it still be as shocking as it was the first time? Cast your vote in the poll below. READ FULL STORY

SAG Awards: 'Game of Thrones' star Natalie Dormer shaves head for 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay'

Did Margaery Tyrell get a hair makeover?

At Saturday night’s SAG AwardsGame of Thrones star Natalie Dormer unveiled her head-turning new look — a half-shaved hairstyle.

“It’s been hidden for 3 months. It happened back in October. I was, you know, waiting for the right moment,” Dormer told EW of her new ‘do, which she got in preparation to play Cressida in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay. “I’ve never shaved my head before. My man has his head shaved, so… I’d rub it and think, ‘This is gonna be me!’”

In the book, Cressida is described as having “a shaved head tattooed with green vines.” Does that mean Dormer is going to go full cue ball? READ FULL STORY

Guy Style: Who was best dressed at the Critics' Choice Awards? -- POLL

Even to those of us who know the difference between a shawl collar and a peaked lapel, most male stars become blurs of black and white amid a parade of gowns on the red carpet.

So let’s take a moment to appreciate the guy style at last night’s Critics’ Choice Film Awards.

Click on to get all the fashion details on Leonardo DiCaprio, Bradley Cooper, Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto, and Pharrell Williams and cast your vote for best dressed. READ FULL STORY

Critics' Choice Awards: Who was the best dressed Oscar-nominated actress? -- POLL

Just hours after the nominations were announced — and four days after the fashion frenzy at the Golden Globes — many of this year’s Oscar contenders hit the red carpet at the Critics’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles.

Lupita Nyong’o, Sandra Bullock, Amy Adams, Julia Roberts, and Cate Blanchett represented the Oscar-nominated actresses.

What did they wear? Click on to find out. Who was best dressed? Cast your vote in the poll below. READ FULL STORY

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girls reunite for 50th anniversary party

When Sports Illustrated celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Swimsuit Issue on Tuesday night, some of the most famous SI cover girls showed up to celebrate.

The first time she landed the cover in 1999 she went by Rebecca Romijn-Stamos — because she was married to actor John Stamos — but by her second appearance in 2006, Rebecca Romijn had dropped the hyphen and was dating actor Jerry O’Connell.

In 1996, Tyra Banks became the first African American woman to appear on the cover of the Swimsuit Issue. The following year, she scored a second cover and became the first African American woman to appear on the cover of the Victoria’s Secret catalog.

Heidi Klum‘s title was upgraded to supermodel after her she landed the cover in 1998. The German stunner’s photo appeared as an inset on the All-Stars cover in 2006.

For Kate Upton, being on the cover of the 2012 Swimsuit Issue was both a blessing and a curse. READ FULL STORY

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