All fashion eyes right now are waiting for Monday night's Met Ball, the famous annual New York gala that celebrates the museum's major fashion exhibition, and where designers dress and bring boldface celebrity dates. The $20,000-a-head ticket price goes to maintain the Met's Costume Institute, which was revived by legendary Vogue editor Diana Vreeland in the early 1970s -- and where this year's exhibit and ball are themed "Punk: Chaos to Couture."
Award-winning country music stars Carrie Underwood and Taylor Swift were in fierce competition at last weekend's American Country Music Awards. Both singers were up for album of the year and female vocalist of the year. They lost the latter to Miranda Lambert.
But before the show, the ladies tussled for the title of best-dressed on the arrivals red carpet.
Oscar red carpet watchers were wowed by Zero Dark Thirty nominee Jessica Chastain’s long, shiny red hair, worn with a side-part and '40s-style waves. So The Hollywood Reporter decided to do a little digging to find out the actress’s secret weapon.
JCPenney might be sinking in the reinvention game, but that doesn't mean the midpriced American retailer -- whose CEO Ron Johnson is the former Apple vp credited with concocting the Genius Bar -- isn't continuing its quest to capture the young, upwardly mobile a
It’s been a long and winding Yellow Brick Road forMila Kunis and Michelle Williams,who star in Disney’s Oz: The Great and Powerful,which hits theaters March 8. Their world-premiere tour has so far included stops in L.A., Moscow and, as of Thursday, London, too.
The red carpet never seems to stop on Oscar night. At least not for Anne Hathaway, who snagged Best Supporting Actress honors for Les Miserables and this year's Best Actress winner Jennifer Lawrence, who took home Oscar gold for her role in Silver Linings Playbook.
First lady Michelle Obama was a surprise guest at Sunday's Oscars, announcing Ben Affleck and George Clooney's Argo best picture win.
Obama didn't present the award from L.A., but rather from the Governors Dinner in the State Dining Room of the White House tonight -- where she sat next to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and listened as her husband spoke. She presented the final Oscar of the night via satellite.
Kristen Stewart wore one of the most eye-catching accessories on the Oscars red carpet: a pair of crutches. And one shoe.
The Twilight and Snow White and the Huntsman star managed to hobble out on the red carpet and pose prettily in her Reem Acra pale ball gown, worn with Jimmy Choo heels (er, heel) and Fred Leighton jewels.
Halle Berry's entrance onto the Oscar stage to announce the James Bond 50th anniversary segment was about as Bond as it gets. The one-time Bond girl had told designer Donatella Versace that she wanted to look like just that, a Bond girl. And in her black, long-sleeve Versace gown stamped with silver shiny spines, she couldn't have achieved the goal more if she'd been wearing an orange bikini.
At the Indie Spirit Awards on Saturday, we saw a slew of white and pale gowns. And the trend continued at the Oscars, with dresses ranging from white to blush-toned pink congregating on the red carpet.