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Hayden Panettiere and Edie Falco bought off-the-rack dresses for the Golden Globes

In Hollywood, what you wear on the red carpet usually depends on where you fall in the celebrity hierarchy. The most sought-after designers want to dress the stars who will get the most exposure. The bigger the star, the more she’ll be photographed and interviewed, and the greater the odds that what she wore will be discussed by both professional and armchair fashion critics in the days, weeks, and sometimes years to come.

So if you’re not, as Modern Family‘s Julie Bowen once told me, “famous enough,” good luck getting the dress of your dreams.

For the Golden Globes, Hayden Panettiere reportedly took fashion matters into her own hands, wearing a $10,000 black-and-white Tom Ford gown that she bought off-the-rack.

“It’s the first time I’ve ever worn him, because I’ve been begging,” Panettiere told E!’s Giuliana Rancic on the Globes red carpet. “I feel sexy in it, I feel comfortable in it, and I’m in Tom Ford. I would wear a plastic bag if it was designed by him.”

The actress’ gushing remarks were certainly complimentary of the designer, but was paying retail for her dress a major fashion faux pas? READ FULL STORY

From Rocawear to Tom Ford: Jay-Z's biggest fashion hits and misses

Name checking a designer in a song is nothing new in the world of music, but Jay-Z takes fashion-related rap to a new level on Magna Carta Holy Grail.

“Tom Ford” is an ode to one of Jay’s favorite designers. “I don’t pop Molly, I rock Tom Ford,” he raps, declaring that Ford’s clothes are his drug of choice. In an interview with Billboard, Ford said he’s “completely flattered” to have a song named after him.

But before he rocked Tom Ford suits and ties, Jay’s go-to ensembles included streetwear from his own Rocawear clothing line, ill-fitting suits, and outfits that appeared to be carefully coordinated to match those of then-girlfriend Beyoncé. Click on to see some of Jay-Z’s biggest fashion hits and misses.  READ FULL STORY

The Kardashians' tan line, Tom Ford on Justin Timberlake's hair, and more


Following in the footsteps of Lindsay Lohan and Snooki, The Kardashian sisters are launching their own line of tanning products. [Huffington Post]

The secret to Justin Timberlake’s new and improved style? Saying bye, bye, bye to that ringlet-curl hairstyle, says designer Tom Ford. [Telegraph]

She’s a Washington power-player with a killer wardrobe. See the sartorial secrets of Scandal‘s Olivia Pope. [InStyle]

Director Nancy Meyers (Something’s Gotta Give, It’s Complicated) explains the aspirational set design in her movies. [THR]

Were you a fan of the Olsen Twins before they designed $55,000 backpacks? Check out the best Full House-era Olsen stan (stalker + fan = stan) swag. [MTV Style]

See Mariah Carey work a gold-embroidered Alexander McQueen halter dress backstage at American Idol and on the floor in her twins’ nursery. [Pursuitist]

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'Game of Thrones' inspired fashion, Justin Timberlake front row at Tom Ford and more

Are fashion designers inspired by Game of Thrones? Fur-trimmed creations and man shawls from labels like Custo Barcelona look like they came straight out of Winterfell. [BuzzFeed]

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel scoped out Tom Ford’s new women’s collection from the front row at London Fashion Week. [WWD]

Best. Infographic. Ever:  Majestic Media’s ‘Social Wars’ imagines Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg as Star Wars‘ Luke Skywalker and Google’s Eric Schmidt as the force of evil. [Mashable]

English singer Morrissey has called for a ban on vendors at at L.A.’s Staple Center selling “flesh as food” for his upcoming “vegetarian concert.” [The Hollywood Reporter]

See the challenges that this year’s crop of Academy Awards-nominated costume designers faced during production. [Deadline]

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Justin Timberlake collaborates with fashion designer Tom Ford on 'The 20/20 Experience'

After leaving Gucci in 2004, designer Tom Ford focused on building his own fashion brand and conquering Hollywood. Now that he’s made his filmmaking debut (he wrote, produced and directed 2009’s A Single Man), become the official tailor of Daniel Craig’s James Bond, and counts leading men like Bradley Cooper among his most loyal customers it seems that Ford has set his sights on the music industry.

In an email sent by his public relations team this morning, Ford announced the details of his sartorial contribution to the album artwork and first video from Justin Timberlake’s The 20/20 Experience.   READ FULL STORY

Tom Ford Fashion Face-Off: Justin Timberlake vs. Bradley Cooper -- POLL

Designer Tom Ford had a big night at the 2013 SAG Awards, dressing both nominee Bradley Cooper and presenter Justin Timberlake for the occasion.

Timberlake wore a brown and fawn wool silk linen hopsack damier O’Connor suit with a gingham shirt, silk pocket square and silk jacquard tie. The jacket and pants looked a little snug, but many leading men seem to be wearing suits tailored to within an inch of their lives lately.

Cooper went a little more traditional, choosing Ford’s navy blue O’Connor tuxedo, evening shirt, silk tie and leather shoes. The actor complained that his hand-tied bow tie wouldn’t stay straight, but I think it add a quirky charm to his formal ensemble.

Who wore Tom Ford best? Cast your vote in the poll below.  READ FULL STORY

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