Kick off your holiday weekend in style.
The Stockroom, a Los Angeles fetish fashion boutique, has been receiving phone calls from men requesting to buy items worn by Swift.
Just because they're not in Cannes doesn't mean stars like Bella Thorne, Erin Wasson and Alanis Morissette are staying home — celebs stayed local and attended mid-week soirees in style.
An insider's peek at the Russian beauty's pre-red carpet routine.
And it was exhaustive.
The model-actress isn't shy about the importance of making mistakes —and learning from them.
When DJ Ruckus isn't on the turntables for the likes of Oprah, he's working on his limited-edition Ruckus for Roxhouse necklace line.
Protect your peepers in these pretty picks.
The A-lister made her debut on the app using Living Proof hair care's account and revealed her perfect salad.
Who’s got short shorts? This summer, the guys do, as 1960s retro-style prints are back — along with (go ahead, exhale) forgiving drawstring waistlines.
The forward-thinking students, Lucy Jones and Blair More, won a learning expedition to the brand’s Italian lab.
Fashion stories to get your holiday weekend countdown started.
Shine on, Sienna.
He's in the running to grace the UK's next 20 pound note.
Springsteen had Levi's; Aaliyah had Hilfiger. Gaga and Rihanna? They're trying Matt Dolan's oversized jean jackets on for size.
While wearing Burberry, no less.
Shyp promises to make celeb wardrobe wranglers' jobs a little easier.
The petition calls on the organizers of the annual event to publicly "make a clear statement that flat shoes can be worn by anyone on the red carpet."
The dancing darling ditches her Sia wig for leotards and tights as the new face of Capezio dancewear.
It turns out even stars experience rejection sometimes.
Neville Longbottom strips down, and J.K. Rowling is flustered over it.
More fashion, more fun.
A cape is involved, too.
Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin dishes on the fresh coral shade.
Maria Hatzistefanis shares how she glammed up for Monday's Cannes Chopard party.
The singer performed "Bitch Better Have My Money" in a look from Giovanna Flores' senior thesis collection, which she says was "kind of an ode to Brooklyn."
Fresh off the heels of the recent festival "Flatgate" controversy, wherein shoes of insufficient height were blocked from the red carpet, THR gives its picks for deluxe flats to flaunt past Palais security.
The line of sunglasses and prescription frames will be sold exclusivley at Walmart.
The jewelry designer has created a "customizable" collection that will hit stores this summer.
The actor says he was down on his knees for "about 28 minutes."
Celebs lined up for the Swiss jeweler's "Divine in Cannes" party on Tuesday evening.
Your daily fashion fix.
The R&B crooner shares his party-planning process and the best dish Chrissy Teigen has made so far.
Sometimes, less is more.
Marni Senofonte, the stylist for the singers' Coachella-themed music video, dishes in an interview with Elle.com.
The super-busy star says of her bold style: "I'm having fun with fashion and I get to experiment with different looks, and I think that, while you still can, why not?"
For the IPF and Calvin Klein Women in Film party, makeup artist Matin Maulawizada focused on clean beauty.
Nick Barose, who also glammed up Amy Poehler and Zoe Kravitz, shares exclusive behind-the-scenes snapshots of his favorite moments from the south of France.
At the fifth annual IFP/Calvin Klein bash in Cannes, we polled some famous people about the important issue. This is what they said.
The selfie addict announced the honor — which she'll give the app's founder at the June 1 ceremony — on Insta, naturally.
Because no one wants to suffer from any wardrobe malfunctions when there's 360-degree photography on the red carpet and you're wearing a revealing number, says the wife of Matthew McConaughey.
E-tailer Nasty Gal claimed Taylor Swift's Balmain look was one of their own.
Festival director Thierry Fremaux denies there's a high-heels enforcement policy, while Emily Blunt said the news was "very disappointing."
Make your Monday more stylish with these four fashion stories.
"I have no particular style," says Farrell. "I just put something on and I like the look of it or not."
Hairstylist Ryan Richman took cues from Karlie Kloss and Gigi Hadid on the catwalk.
The queen of the red carpet ruled once again at the 'Maryland' premiere on Saturday.
"The only time I'll cancel is for an Olsen," says the man behind Mary-Kate's and Ashley's signature messy waves of making his way back to the Sally Hershberger salon after a seven-year hiatus.
Sky-high stilettos to show off those stems, of course.
The post that sparked the romance? A snail photo.
The 'Gossip Girl' alum is having her first baby with husband Adam Brody.
The Billboard Music Awards co-host rocked three different lip shades for the event.
The youngest Jenner stole the show with her wavy locks.
The star’s makeup artist shares his steps.
From Jennifer Lopez to Taraji P. Henson, the biggest stars competed for the least amount of fabric on Sunday's carpet.
Her hairstylist, Ursula Stephen, shares the inspiration behind the Aussie singer's Billboard Music Awards 'do.
Taylor Swift’s one-piece wins the night.
The stars played it safe with the feline-inspired look on Sunday.
The guys look like they just rolled out of bed.
They’re all courtesy of celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin.