From Lupita Nyong'o to Elle and Dakota Fanning, we capture 38 intimate images of stars with their imagemakers.
The multihyphenate is poised for a comeback after taking time off to raise her family.
At SXSW on Sunday, the London-based label announced a Kickstarter fundraiser for the launch of its HugShirt, which allows people to send virtual hugs when wearing the tees.
From "House of Cards" designer Tom Broecker to Michelle Williams stylist Kate Young, some of industry's biggest image makers curate a new MAC-sponsored exhibit at Manhattan's Albright Fashion Museum, open now.
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Hannah dives off the deep end in a failed attempt to spice things up with Adam, as Marnie swallows her pride for a paycheck and Jessa finally says those three little words: "I’m a junkie."
The Grammy-award winning songstress is making it easier for you to get vampy lips like hers this summer.
The new hotel in Verbier, which offers its own ski passes and a two-level suite with a 360-degree rotating bed, has welcomed rapper-songwriter Eve and "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" actor Gary Dourdan.
Stone Fox Bride creative director Molly Guy chats with Pret-a-Reporter to break down how each ring reflects Hollywood's starlets: Allison Williams (classic), Mila Kunis (expensive) and Mary-Kate Olsen (tasteful).
The couple, who were friends for several years before they started dating, wed Saturday in Mexico.
The Hollywood Reporter's guide to the desert's hot new spots for modern design finds.
The American designer will pen a book, chronicling his rise in the fashion industry.
Laura Simpson pens a piece on Myspace, recounting the experience of attending her first Oscars, which included Brad Pitt's wonderful scent and mean red-carpet photographers.
The storage system backs up photos from multiple devices and eliminates the need to delete any images.
The world-class figure skater was a big hit as a commentator at the Sochi Olympics and the Oscars.
Lesson learned: If you want something, just ask.
The Oscars are over for another year, but the fashion memories live on as the standout style moments are still cementing in even the E! red carpet host's mind.
Pharrell's bright red Adidas kicks and Bill Murray's peacock bowtie were among the dapper duds spotted on the A-list men at Sunday's red carpet.
The limited-edition makeup line, featuring nail polish and eye shadows, is inspired by the colors of each "faction" from the YA novel.