Awards season has seen the silver screen’s buzziest names flex their fashion know-how at a string of red carpet events - all in the name of the most-anticipated ceremony in the calendar, the 2020 Oscars.Tonight, the Hollywood set has descended upon Los Angeles for the 92nd Academy Awards in their finest garb with the opportunity to showcase their sartorial prowess on a global platform.Scarlett Johansson made sure to continue her fashion winning streak in Oscar de la Renta while ‘Marriage Story’ co-star, Adam Driver, stuck to his guns in a dapper tuxedo. Continuing the strive for sustainability this season, twice-nominated Margot Robbie plucked a vintage number from Chanel’s spring/summer 1994 collection.Timothée Chalamet followed suit in a Prada ensemble accessorised with a Cartier Tradition brooch dating back to 1955.The Brits sure brought their headline-worthy style across the pond too with the nation's sweetheart, Olivia Colman, reigning the red carpet in homegrown talent Stella McCartney.Meanwhile, star-in-the-making Florence Pugh is shaking up the industry one outfit at a time, as she stole our hearts (once more) in bespoke Louis Vuitton. From Laura Dern in Armani Privé to Billy Porter’s incredible Giles Deacon ensemble, see who wore what on the Oscars 2020 red carpet.
Oscars buzz has well and truly started and what better way to gear ourselves up for the annual Academy Awards than by re-living some of it’s cutest moments.We don’t mind if Leonardo DiCaprio and Gisele Bundchen aren’t together anymore because they looked so loved up when they were.From wistful moments brought to us from the late greats, Heath Ledger and Kobe Bryant, to a sweet look back at Hollywood’s power couples (we’re looking at you John Legend and Chrissy Teigen), here are our favourite Oscar’s couples on the red carpet.
If you don’t know who Florence Pugh is, it’s time to get in the know.The 24-year-old actor is fast becoming one of the UK’s rising stars thanks to her Oscar-nominated role as Amy March in Greta Gerwig’s 2019 version of ‘Little Women’.On-screen credentials aside, the Oxford-born actress is making a name for herself on the red carpet, thanks to her chic-yet-playful wardrobe.Styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray, who works with some of Britain’s best-dressed stars including Gemma Chan, Lily James and Jenna Coleman, it’s not surprising Pugh’s making her sartorial presence known.In recent months, Pugh’s proved she’s a favourite with designer labels and worn outfits and accessories from Prada, Jimmy Choo, Chloe, Miu Miu and Valentino - to name a few.Her looks aren’t predictable: she’s gone from a slinky, sequin-covered gown at the Critic’s Choice Awards to a playful, electric blue mini worn to the ‘Little Women’ world premiere.Scroll to see why Florence Pugh is a fashion-up-and-comer to know about.
Awards season is finally upon us, as film and television's buzziest names are out in full force for the Golden Globe Awards 2020.A red carpet trial run of sorts ahead of the Academy Awards, the annual gathering never fails to see famous faces pull out all the fashion stops with this season boasting its most star-studded guest list yet.Scarlett Johansson led the conversation in a sweeping Vera Wang gown while 'Marriage Story' co-star, Adam Driver, opted for a failsafe tuxedo. The 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' cast also delivered on the red carpet with Margot Robbie sticking to her fashion know-how in a Chanel jumpsuit.Meanwhile, Hollywood heavyweights, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, needed nothing but matching tuxedos to win over the crowd.As per last season, a slew of British stars also flocked across the pond to showcase their sartorial know-how.The nation's sweetheart and award nominee Olivia Colman stole the best-dressed crown in a frothy number complete with swoon-worthy sleeves.Meanwhile, Jodie Comer of 'Killing Eve' fame proved we can always rely on her for style inspiration in an emerald Mary Katrantzou ensemble Villanelle would sure give the seal of approval.From Saorise Ronan in Céline to a Dior-clad Dakota Fanning, scroll to see who wore what on the Golden Globe Awards 2020 red carpet.
Last night, some of Hollywood’s biggest names gathered in California, for the annual People’s Choice Awards.The event, which celebrates the year’s achievements in film, TV and music, was attended by the likes of Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Aniston, P!nk, Zendaya and Gwen Stefani.Each star served up a red carpet outfit more chic than the last, with Aniston - who took home the Icon Awards - leading the best dressed list in an unusual strapless jumpsuit.Kardashian, who was joined on the red carpet by her sisters Kourtney and Khloe and mum, Kris Jenner, opted for a figure-hugging, snakeskin-print dress by Italian label Versace.‘The Greatest Showman’ star Zendaya looked every inch the fashion girl in a statement look by Australian label Christopher Esber. The dress, which featured an asymmetric bodice and a cutaway section at the waist, displayed the 23-year-old star’s flat tum and tiny waist.Stefani walked the red carpet in a custom Vera Wang number, complete with thigh-high boots, matching black gloves and a dramatic train.
Jennifer Lopez, Scarlett Johansson and Dakota Johnson arrived at the annual Governors Awards last night wearing three of the best celebrity red carpet looks of the year.Dakota, 30, was a vision in white: a minuscule bralette, which exposed her toned tum, paired with a billowing, full skirt. The outfit was created for the ‘50 Shades’ actress by Lady Gaga’s go-to designer, Brandon Maxwell.J Lo, 50, opted to wear a strapless, satin gown by Lebanese designer Reem Acra. A diamond necklace, clutch bag and chic updo completed the ‘Hustlers’ star’s look.Scarlett arrived in a slightly edgier look: a backless number from French label Celine that exposed her dramatic rose back tattoo.Other A-listers at the event included ‘Big Little Lies’ actress Laura Dern, 52, who also turned to Brandon Maxwell for her black gown. Olivia Wilde wore a red, sequin gown by Ralph Lauren and Lupita Nyong’o wore a floral look by Givenchy.Male attendees included Robert Pattinson - dashing in an all-black outfit - and ‘Rocketman’ star Taron Egerton who looked dapper in a tux.
The 44-year-old star wore a dramatic gown by Atelier Versace to the Rome premiere of her new film.
September’s always one of the best months when it comes to celebrity fashion. The majority of A-listers are back at work following the summer months, plugging new films or attending various Fashion Week events or awards.This month, Jennifer Lopez made a statement in a yellow, tiered Maison Yeya dress at the Toronto Film Festival premiere of her new film ‘Hustlers’ (which she’s tipped to scoop an Oscar for).Elsewhere, the ‘Downton Abbey’ cast scrubbed up beautifully for the London premiere of the film. Michelle Dockery led the best dressed in a glittering, gold look by London label Galvan.The annual Emmy Awards also saw numerous stylish stars out in force, including Mandy Moore, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Catherine Zeta-Jones.Scroll to see the best dressed celebrities of September 2019.
This heatwave is certainly helping us to get into the spirit of summer and we’re looking to the A-listers for sartorial help this season.Haute Couture Fashion Week kick-started the fashionable proceedings over in Paris with the industry’s biggest names gracing the front row.At the Grand Palais, actress Margot Robbie stole the spotlight in a tweed button-up coat and matching hair bow - the definition of Parisian chic.While Isabelle Huppert reminded us why she’s our forever style muse in a knit jumper and frothy tulle skirt by Chanel.Elsewhere in Europe, Nicole Kidman delivered a series of impressive looks on the Taormina film festival red carpet.Most recently, the actress stole the nation’s heart in a hot pink off-the-shoulder Olivier Theyskens number.From Priyanka Chopra to Helen Mirren, these are the best dressed celebrities of July 2019.
Wimbledon 2019 is well underway but it’s proving hard to keep up with the sporting action when some serious A-list fashion is being served up courtside.Celebrity guests from across the globe are starting to touch down in SW19 for the annual tennis tournament and they’ve certainly brought their fashion A game so far.Actress Janelle Monae is up for a sartorial trophy thanks to her striped ensemble complete with a military-inspired hat - perfect for shielding from the capital’s heat.While fashion followers are sure to make a beeline for New Look courtesy of singer Rochelle Humes’ smocked yellow dress.But it’s not Wimbledon without the Duchess of Cambridge who gave traditional tennis whites a royal touch in a Savannah shirt dress nipped in at the waist with an Alexander McQueen belt.From Keeley Hawes in the trainer of the moment to Katherine Jenkins’ striped sun dress of dreams, keep up to date with the best Wimbledon fashion as it happens.The editors at Yahoo UK are committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, we may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.
Supersized dresses seem to be having a moment. The red carpet at Cannes Film Festival 2019 is covered in frothy, attention-grabbing gowns, with stars including Indian film star Deepika Padukone and Thai A-lister Sririta Jensen posing for photos in outrageously over-sized creations.But the big frocks aren’t limited to Cannes. Both Lady Gaga, in custom Brandon Maxwell, and Cardi B, in Thom Browne, shut down the Met Gala 2019 red carpet in their giant gowns. Both celebrities needed their own team of handlers to help them tackle the Met’s famous steps.Elsewhere, Jennifer Lopez hit the red carpet last year in a frothy, layered pink dress while Dua Lipa made sure she was noticed at the 2018 Brit Awards in a voluminous Giambattista Valli design.And who can forget the iconic, yellow Guo Pei dress Rihanna wore to the Met Gala in 2015?
With two Oscars to her name (and a handful more nominations under her belt), Cate Blanchett needs an award-worthy wardrobe to match.Fortunately, with the help of stylist-to-the-stars Elizabeth Stewart, she’s curated one.Whether Blanchett’s at Cannes Film Festival, the Golden Globes or over in London for the BAFTAs, she rarely puts a fashion foot wrong.But that doesn’t mean she sticks to what’s safe. Blanchett’s red carpet looks are often bold and playful, featuring strong silhouettes and experimental embellishments, and always dramatic.There are no LBD dresses in Blanchett’s wardrobe, but instead a colourful array of couture from the likes of Armani, Givenchy and Christopher Kane.For the 71st Cannes Film Festival in 2018, the actress demonstrated her fashion know-how in a printed, bubble gown by London Fashion Week label Mary Katrantzou. While a bespoke Alexander McQueen gown, complete with embroidered bodice and feathery skirt, proved the perfect fit for the 2016 BAFTA Awards.From Oscar-acceptance attire to a covetable maternity closet, we revisit some of Cate Blanchett's greatest fashion moments to date.
The most anticipated event in the A-list calendar is finally underway, as the biggest names in film, fashion and art take to the famous Met Gala 2019 steps.Held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the annual bash is undoubtedly the greatest opportunity of all for stars to showcase their red carpet prowess on a global scale – with many competing to be crowned most gram-worthy.This year’s theme of ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’ – inspired by American writer Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay Notes on ‘Camp‘ – is arguably its most fitting yet. And the open-to-interpretation invite successfully lured even the most timid of dressers out of their sartorial comfort zone.According to Sontag, “the whole point of camp is to dethrone seriousness” and boy, did showbiz heavyweights inject the fun and flamboyancy back into the fashion agenda.Leave it to Queen of Camp Lady Gaga to remind us that playing dress-up should be about having letting loose every once in a while, as the singer made a grand total of four outfit changes in a series of looks by Brandon Maxwell.Meanwhile, co-host Harry Styles donned head-to-toe Gucci. We wouldn’t half fancy borrowing that romantic pussy-bow blouse…From Serena Williams to Celine Dion, see who wore what at the 2019 Met Gala.
Taylor Swift, Eva Longoria, Priyanka Chopra and Mariah Carey were among the A-listers who descended on Las Vegas last night to attend the annual Billboard Music Awards (BMAs).In the past, the BMAs have brought out some fairly out-there ensembles. The red carpet is a more casual affair than many other awards ceremonies, so celebrities often seize the opportunity to be more playful with their attire.This year was no different.While Priyanka Chopra, Olivia Wilde, Kelly Clarkson, Cobie Smulders and Eva Longoria opted for fairly safe red carpet outfits, Taylor Swift, Cardi B and Halsey were among the celebs who selected more out-there looks to wear.Scroll to see the looks that stole the show.
If you’re already planning your summer getaway or have high hopes for a great British heatwave, getting to grips with swimwear can prove tough even for the most experienced of fashion devotees.So we’ve scoured our favourite A-listers’ Instagram pages for the lowdown on their go-to beach attire – bringing you the photographic evidence of this season’s most coveted trends.From the supermodel pack’s hip-grazing bikinis (we can thank the likes of Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber for that one) to gram-worthy animal print, there’s something out there for everyone.If not for holiday wardrobe inspiration but serious wanderlust, here’s a dose of swimwear inspiration courtesy of your favourite celebrities.
As we wave hello to a whole new season, celebrities across the Hollywood circuit are gearing up for April’s red carpet events.First things first, actress Jodie Comer wasn’t going to let us look elsewhere for fashion inspiration, as she celebrated season two of ‘Killing Eve’ in a £2,340 Victoria Beckham dress.Meanwhile, co-star Sandra Oh played on her more angelic character in a slick white co-ord by Giorgio Armani.Across town, sisters Elle and Dakota Fanning also demonstrated their sartorial know-how in contrasting looks at the premiere of ‘Teen Spirit’.Elle chose a millennial pink frock by cool girl brand-of-the-moment Rodarte while her big sister opted for a bow-embellished mini dress.As though that wasn’t enough to keep the fashion pack content, the ‘Game of Thrones’ cast stepped out for their final season premiere on April 3 and it proved a great opportunity to showcase their individual style.Actress Emilia Clarke paid homage to onscreen character, Daenerys Targaryen, in a regal braid and tulle Valentino ruffles while Sarah Paulson oped for a feathered AW18 Gucci number.From Emma Roberts to Gillian Anderson, see who wore what in April 2019.Charlize Theron rocked a new fringe with a Dior suit at the ’Long Shot’ premiere at the AMC Lincoln Square Cinema in New York. [Photo: PA] The actor wore an asymmetric Givenchy gown at the ‘Avengers: Endgame’ world premiere in Los Angeles. [Photo: PA] The ‘Sex and the City’ star posed with TV host Andy Cohen at the gala premiere in New York City. She paired her skinny leather trousers with grey peep-toe heels and a hot pink bag. [Photo: Getty] The actor wore Armani Prive to attend the Oliver Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London. [Photo: Getty] The supermodel wore Balmain at the wedding reception of Marc Jacobs and Char Defrancesco in New York on 6 April. [Photo: Getty] Charlize Theron rocked a new fringe with a Dior suit at the ’Long Shot’ premiere at the AMC Lincoln Square Cinema in New York. [Photo: PA] The actor wore an asymmetric Givenchy gown at the ‘Avengers: Endgame’ world premiere in Los Angeles. [Photo: PA] The ‘Sex and the City’ star posed with TV host Andy Cohen at the gala premiere in New York City. She paired her skinny leather trousers with grey peep-toe heels and a hot pink bag. [Photo: Getty] The actor wore Armani Prive to attend the Oliver Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London. [Photo: Getty] The supermodel wore Balmain at the wedding reception of Marc Jacobs and Char Defrancesco in New York on 6 April. [Photo: Getty]
Move over, Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence and the like. There’s currently a real resurgence of women aged 50 and over topping best dressed lists – and it’s easy to see why.From 73-year-old Helen Mirren to 51-year-old Nicole Kidman, older female celebrities are killing it on the red carpet this year.Looking at their style is far more interesting than a regular best dressed list. These are women who have spent over five decades honing their sartorial prowess and deciding which colours, shapes and fabrics work best for them.But that doesn’t mean their wardrobes suffer. From plunging necklines, thigh-high splits and and hot pink hues, these A-lister approved looks could be worn by 20somethings – but they look far better on these women who are completely at ease with the skin they’re in.After all, they’ve had decades to learn to love themselves. And just as long to settle on the best stylist for them.Scroll to see which of this year’s outfit worn by some of the entertainment industry’s most famous older women take your fancy.
To mark the final season premiere of ‘Game of Thrones’, the star-studded cast graced the red carpet for the last time armed with the fashion know-how they’ve picked up over the years.Actress Emilia Clarke reminded us why she’s a Hollywood Queen in frothy Valentino ruffles with the words, ‘Leave your door open for me, I might sleepwalk into your dreams’, emblazoned across the front.Vampy lipstick and an intricate braid – a sweet tribute to onscreen character Daenerys Targaryen – finished the romantic ensemble.Meanwhile, co-stars Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner, also demonstrated their sartorial prowess.Williams, who plays Arya Stark in the hit show, chose a navy tiered Miu Miu frock – her lilac hair stealing the spotlight.While Turner, 23, took to the red carpet hand-in-hand with fiancé Joe Jonas in a mini star-emblazoned Louis Vuitton dress.But it was newlywed Rosie Lesley and Gwendoline Christie who stepped up the style stakes up a notch in show-stopping ensembles courtesy of Oscar de la Renta and Iris van Herpen.From Lisa Bonet in vintage Dior to a Gucci-clad Sarah Paulson, see who wore what at the New York premiere below.
‘I felt like I looked pretty good’ ... Courtney Love arrives at the Golden Globes in 2000. Photograph: Bei/Rex/ShutterstockI was going to wear Versace to the Golden Globes in 2000 – it was already in my wardrobe – but the dress I ended up wearing was from John Galliano’s Christian Dior haute couture collection that was “inspired” by homelessness [the New York Times described the contentious collection as “tasteless chic”]. My good friends Arianne Phillips [the costume designer] and Joe Mama-Nitzberg [the artist] called me and said: “You have to wear couture!” I didn’t really get couture until this. My mind was blown – I thought: “This is what they were talking about.”The dress arrived and it was ridiculous. It was straight up and down and had twine on it. On the twine there was a book of matches, glass, all this taxidermy. I remember thinking: “OK, it’s crazy-looking, but I’ll make it work.”I lived next door to Carrie Fisher at the time and Meryl Streep happened to be at her house. I put the dress in an Armani carry bag and told my daughter, Frances, to give it to Meryl. She came back with a polaroid of Meryl goofing around in the gown and I just lost it; it was so funny.I made alterations, which really changed the dress. My assistant’s boyfriend was very slender and about my height, so he became my model. I was taking bits off, sewing on to it. I bite my nails, so I wore acrylics, but they were painted turquoise with glitter streaks to match my original outfit. I am a big believer in matchy-matchy, but [when I changed my choice of dress] I didn’t have time to take them off. I also did stupid stuff like jump up and down on a mini trampoline with my arms and legs in plastic bags so I would lose sweat weight, but I fit into it and I felt like I looked pretty good.A lot went into this look and it was controversial when I wore it. I have big boobs and it was important that they didn’t fall out. I don’t think tit-tape really works and looking back I don’t know how I kept it on – it was a miracle. I think maybe I glued it.