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.
Glitzy dresses took centre stage at the Golden Globes after parties.Celebs switched out of their billowing gowns from the red carpet into something a little more shimmery to celebrate after the evening award ceremony.The InStyle and Warner Bros after-party saw Hailey Bieber rock a sequinned black tuxedo by YSL, Ashley Benson wear a sequinned cut-out dress by Georges Hobeika and Nina Dobrev wear a semi-sheer number by Dior.Meanwhile, at the Amazon Studios Golden Globes After Party, Rachel Brosnahan wore a bold red ruched number by Michal Kors.Other best dressed stars included Kate Bosworth, who wore a fuchsia pink Prabal Gurung dress, plus Jessica Alba, who opted for a metallic gown paired with diamonds from Neil Lane.Scroll through to see all the best after party looks from the Golden Globes 2020.
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.
Holly Willoughby lead the style charge at last night’s Fashion Awards.The biggest night in the fashion calendar, which pays homage to those who have helped shape the year in fashion, sees the A-list showcase their style prowess.And this year’s red carpet didn’t disappoint.Holly Willoughby opted for a classically chic purple and blue floral midi dress with puff sleeves by designer Kate Spade, which the ‘This Morning’ presenter teamed with simple, strappy, nude heels.And she wasn’t alone in showing off her fashion credentials. Guests arrived at the event in a whole array of ritzy looks.From the simple yet sparkly looks from Julia Roberts, Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley and Emma Roberts, to the more out-there statements by Shailene Woodley, who wore an entire outfit made from puffer coat material, complete with hood, and Rita Ora, who went head to toe in 60s -esque monochrome.From classic brands to red-carpet rental, click through our pick of the best looks from the Royal Albert Hall last night.
October has arrived and where better to look for autumn style inspiration than the red carpet?The 2019 BFI Luminous Fundraising Gala kick-started this month’s sartorial proceedings, as the small screen’s buzziest names touched down in the capital for a night of celebration.Bond girl Ana de Armas made a style statement in a tailored suit by red carpet favourite Alexandre Vauthier on 8 October. The actress attended the ‘Knives Out’ premiere in the black ensemble complete with ruffled shirt and a pink flower in her button hole.Oscar-winning actress Olivia Colman, 45, further cemented her status as the nation’s best dressed star in a £1,195 plum-hued frock by Vampire's Wife - which is still available to shop online. Elsewhere at the event, Gemma Arterton flexed her fashion know-how in a bold one-shoulder Emilia Wickstead frock that the Duchess of Sussex would certainly approve of.Angelina Jolie is currently our style star of the month, wearing numerous show-stopping gowns to promote the upcoming Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. An embroidered silver number with metallic glass beads and tiers of silver crystal fringing by Ralph & Russo is so far the one to beat.A shout-out to the boys is well deserved too, as actor Dev Patel put on a dapper appearance, meanwhile Timothee Chalamet continues to break sartorial boundaries as he donned a sequin Louis Vuitton hoodie to The King premiere.Scroll to see the best dressed celebrities of October 2019.Yahoo is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.
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The 'Game of Thrones' actress chose a medieval-style Gucci gown for the star-studded ceremony.
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Venice Film Festival 2019 is well underway with Hollywood stars from across the globe descending on the Italian city to demonstrate their fashion know-how.Setting the sartorial bar high for this year’s attendees was Laura Dern, of ‘Big Little Lies’ fame, who well and truly stole our hearts in an emerald Gucci gown complete with a velvet trim - swoon!While Sienna Miller also chose a look by the Italian fashion house complete with sparkling Bulgari jewels.Though the awards ceremony is not merely reserved for silver screen royalty, as Lady Kitty Spencer represented Buckingham Palace at the A-list affair in a ruffled Ermanno Scervino gown.Our favourite ensemble so far? Lily-Rose Depp supported boyfriend, Timothée Chalamet, at premiere of ‘The King’ in a lilac Chanel gown.From Brad Pitt to Penelope Cruz, scroll for more of the best Venice Film Festival fashion.
It may only be August but Jennifer Lopez is autumn-ready, as the singer graced the red carpet over the weekend in an all-leather burgundy ensemble.For the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Hustlers’, the 50-year-old bid farewell to summer in a £2,250 Zimmerman dress hot from the AW19 runway.Proving her commitment to the bold look, she even braved the Californian heat in a matching leather beret - which currently retails for £225. A chic choppy lob earned the mother-of-two extra points.Love it or hate it, she’s not the first A-lister to have dabbled in the all-leather trend with supermodels, actresses and singers alike turning to the divisive material in recent years.From Celine Dion’s couture take on the trend to Bella Hadid’s ‘90s tribute act, take a look back at some of the most talked about A-list leather hits and misses.
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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.
Meryl Streep may be famed for her role as notorious fashion editor Miranda Priestly in 2006 hit ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ but the actress has long claimed she “couldn’t care less” about her wardrobe.Though we certainly don’t believe her, as the silver screen star’s wardrobe has been inspiring our shopping habits since she made her red carpet debut in 1977.Something of a style maven - a phrase not to be thrown around lightly - Streep has been reigning the Hollywood fashion scene for the past five decades.The early nineties saw her experiment with oversized blazers, micro sunnies and miniature handbags the supermodel set of today would coo over.While she’s certainly found her sartorial footing in recent years courtesy of a long-running relationship with Lanvin - the designer behind that 2012 Academy Awards ensemble.From her 2003 Oscars win in sparkly Armani to a colour-block Valentino dress we still can’t stop thinking about, we chart Meryl Streep’s most iconic style moments of all time.
We couldn’t have thought of a greater way to kick-start June than the great British heatwave and it seems celebrities far and wide have already embraced their summer wardrobe.First up, a whole host of well-clad A-listers headed to Liberty State Park in New Jersey for the Veuve Clicquot polo.Newly-engaged Jennifer Lawrence made the starry guest list in a baby pink spaghetti strap dress with buckled heels. While Emily Ratajkowski bared her midriff in a neon crop top and midi skirt - a seriously covetable straw bag to finish the look.Since then, the 2019 Tony Awards pushed the sartorial boat out with performer Billy Porter making a pro-abortion statement in a bespoke Celestino Couture coat-dress.While actress Regina King demonstrated her fashion know-how in a pretty pink Prada ensemble - heart eye emojis all round.Fast-forward to the end of the month and the Royal Ascot provided plenty of sartorial inspiration with actress Felicity Jones in Emilia Wickstead.In need of fashion inspiration?From Cara Delevingne to Jessica Chastain, see who wore what in June 2019.
Every year, the world’s starriest names descend upon the South of France for the Cannes Film Festival - an 11-day celebration of cinema, silver screen triumphs and of course, fashion talent.The palm-fringed Croisette is famed for hosting some of the greatest sartorial moments of all time and as A-listers fly in from across the globe for the 2019 bash, we’ve taken a look back at some of the most wow-factor ensembles in years gone by.Lupita Nyong’o has long reigned as Hollywood’s go-to style muse but at the 2015 ceremony, the fashion maverick twirled in a Gucci gown we haven’t been able to shake from our minds since.While Blake Lively continues to prove she’s the Queen of Cannes in a number of fairytale-worthy frocks by the likes of Vivienne Westwood and Versace.As for Rihanna, the singer-turned-actress stole every millennial’s heart in a cold-shoulder Dior number back in 2017 - complete with a pair of cool girl sunglasses to finish.In anticipation of this year’s star-studded event, feast your eyes on the most memorable Cannes Film Festival fashion moments to date.
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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.
Now we’re well in the throes of spring, the A-listers are dressing in one of two ways.For the Charlie’s Angels stars, who reunited on the red carpet at Lucy Liu’s Hall of Fame, the warmer weather was a change to wear muted hues and floaty silhouettes.Liu defied her 50 years in a loose-fitting silk floral gown by Peter Pilotto, while Drew Barrymore wafted down the Hollywood boulevard in a cream number with cape-style sleeves.Meanwhile, last night’s Billboard Awards, which took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, was cut-outs galore.Although rumoured newlywed Sophie Turner broke the mould in a Louis Vuitton jumpsuit, elsewhere thigh-high slits and plunging necklines ruled supreme.Priyanka Chopra, Turner’s sister-in-law (if the Vegas wedding rumours are true), wore a deep V-neck Zuhair Murad gown.Meanwhile, Eva Longoria opted for a risqué, underwear-bearing hemline in an extreme take on the LBD by Alberta Ferretti.Actor Suki Waterhouse struck a balance between the two aesthetics, in a green Zac Posen number which juxtaposed an ethereal lace skirt with torso-bearing cut-outs on top, while attending a screening of 'Charlie Says' in New York.From Taylor Swift to Elle Fanning, see who wore what in May 2019.
Move aside Cannes: Venice Film Festival is here to prove that it to boasts both A-listers and A-list style.On day one of the 2018 festival, Hollywood stars descended on the Italian city to promote their new films – and fashion. Claire Foy, of ‘The Crown’ fame, made a style statement in a pink Valentino dress paired with a red cape. Naomi Watts, also in pink, opted for a tiered, Armani gown.‘Poldark’ actress Gabrielle Wilde continued the colour scheme and arrived in a strapless, red ballgown by Russian designer Ulyana Sergeenko. The men were just as sharply dressed. Ryan Gosling ditched the tie but worked a brilliant white suit jacket with a matching shirt. Meanwhile Jason Clarke donned a slick tux.Elsewhere, Olivia Colman and Emma Stone arrived to promote their upcoming film ‘The Favourite’ on day three of the festival. Colman wowed in a black jumpsuit – with cape – by British designer Stella McCartney while Emma Stone worked two looks from the brand she models for: Louis Vuitton.Scroll for more of the best Venice Film Festival fashion.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:August’s best dressed celebrities Meghan Markle’s style file Melania Trump’s work wardrobe in pictures
The stars were out in force for the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) in New York City on Monday night.Rita Ora and Millie Bobby Brown flew the flag for Britain, with Rita wearing an almost entirely see-through mesh dress by Jean Paul Gaultier.The 27-year-old completed her VMAs look with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and a slicked-back hairdo.Meanwhile, 14-year-old Millie wore a black Rosie Assoulin look, with a crop top.Elsewhere, Jennifer Lopez glittered in a metallic custom Versace dress and Kylie Jenner looked unusually conservative in a belted Tom Ford tuxedo dress.Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick made a special appearance to promote their new film. Blake continued her recent trouser suit trend in a Ralph & Russo number while Anna opted for an embellished mini dress, also by the British design duo.Scroll to see what each A-lister wore to the 2018 VMAs.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:August’s best dressed celebritiesMeghan Markle’s style file: Every outfit the Duchess has worn out Kendall Jenner infuriates modelling community with ‘privileged’ comments
As we try to get our heads around the fact that August is almost over, celebrities far and wide have thrown themselves into the spirit of summer dressing.This month made a seriously stylish start, with Nina Dobrev, Eva Longoria and Vanessa Hudgens rocking Valentino, Mario Dice and Marchesa, respectively, to the premiere of their new film ‘Dog Days’ – instantly making our best dressed list.Things on the style front only improved when Chloë Grace Moretz gave a shout out to British fashion wearing Simone Rocha to a screening of her new film ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’.Another highlight came in the form of Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta reuniting on the red carpet to celebrate the 40th anniversary of ‘Grease’. For the occasion, the pair worked two on-point business-casual outfits.We also saw a whole host of incredible off-duty summer looks as the stars battled the globe-wide heatwave, from Hailey Baldwin in pretty florals, to Vanessa Hudgens in velvet (yes, velvet).Elsewhere, Gemma Chan sailed smoothly onto the best dressed list in a strapless, sparkly dress by Oscar de la Renta. And former ‘Gossip Girl’ star Leighton Meester hopped on board the polka dot trend in a brown and black Zimmerman number.Look no further than the best dressed celebrities of the month for much-needed fashion inspo.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Best dressed celebrities: July’s top fashion moments Celebrities in swimwear: 2018 holiday inspiration courtesy of your favourite A-listersMeghan Markle’s style file: Every outfit the Duchess has worn out