I can’t be the only one who looked at the image before the text, right? I mean…I am positive that the Calvin Klein-wearing woman on W Magazine’s October 2011 cover is Mila Kunis. According to the accompanying text, this is simply a case of “Photoshop Strikes Again“, as the hands that grasp Timberlake (or “Lake”, as you’ll late seer) belong to Amanda Seyfried.
The duo’s editorial portion of the October issue features ‘President‘ Justin Timberlake with First Lady/“The Other Woman” Amanda Seyfried with full-on political prowess. The shoot was lensed by Michael Thompson and styled by Edward Enninful. View Post
Almost every attendee of last night’s MTV Movie Awards
looked spectacular. “Spiderman” actress Emma Stone
was my top rated, giving the first red carpet look from Bottega Veneta
‘s Fall/Winter 2011 collection. She paired her lace-overlayed, citrus dress with with orange, satin Casadei
pumps and a Bottega Veneta
clutch to match.
Anne Hathaway: Atelier Versace crimson silk chiffon gown, Casadei pumps
This morning, I spent a total of six hours tweeting you every fashionable and entertaining moment of the Oscars – from red carpet to Best Picture. Though my brain is now mush, the Academy Awards had such an exceptional fashion showing that I had to share my best dressed list with you in time for the Western timezones’ morning blog check! Prominent trends were nude colouring, sparkles, burgundies and lilacs: see below. View Post
For Vanity Fair‘s annual Hollywood issue, the magazine stepped it up a notch for it’s Norman Jean Roy-shot tri-fold cover which over the course of two days in Los Angeles and New York.
Who is featured? Ryan Reynolds, Jake Gyllenhaal, Oscar host Anne Hathaway, Oscar host James Franco, Jennifer Lawrence, Anthony Mackie, a nearly-naked Olivia Wilde, Jesse Eisenberg, Mila Kunis, Robert Duvall, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Andrew Garfield, Rashida Jones (who is feeding a baby tiger in Tom Ford women’s collection), Garrett Hedlund and Noomi Rapace. Whew.
Awards season fashion deserves a standing ovation this year. The 2011 SAG (Screen Actor’s Guild) Awards are usually a hotpot of missteps – a tradition stylist-ly avoided this year! One of my favourites? January Jones. This ornate number by Carolina Herrera has the most incredible cut and detail. WORK, Betty Draper.
After her Black Swan co-star Natalie Portman wore this exact palette on her Viktor & Rolf gown at the Golden Globes, we have Mila Kunis‘ version a la Alexander McQueen‘s 2011 resort collection. Cartier bracelet to top it off. Imagine a black carpet to see it at it’s best.
15-year-old True Grit star Hailee Steinfeld deserves a round of applause for picking the ugliest dress from Prada’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection, lengthening it, and killing it. How does she do it? The hot pink nails, Solange Azagury-Partridge lips ring and matching lipstick certainly help.
Dexter’s Julia Stiles looked the best I have ever seen her last night. Her Monique Lhuillier Pre-Fall 2011 navy and white ombre gown was the perfect level of eye-catching and was perfectly accessorized via vintage jewels and Jimmy Choo‘s “Mini Tube” clutch.
Because I love Tina Fey, I try to avoid looking at her red carpet ensembles. My theory is that she either a) gets drunk before dressing or b) has the world’s most hateful stylist. Things have finally changed – just look at her in this brilliant red column gown by Oscar de la Renta. Smashing.