Game of Thrones fans might barely recognise her without the white-blonde hair, but Emilia Clarke looked none the less gorgeous in a Dolce & Gabbana dress with floral embroidery at the HBO Golden Globes afterparty.
The dress over pants thing is really happening, and if you want an example of how to pull it off, look no further than Kate Bosworth at the 20th Annual InStyle Golden Globe after party. Bosworth wore a black embellished ensemble by Dolce & Gabbana.
Just when you thought Gigi Hadid had run out of ways to wow you, she steps out with this: a super-slick, stunning blonde bob. Hairstylist Bryce Scarlett posted these pics of Gigi to his Instagram after giving her the new style just in time for the American Music Awards.
Going for all black without even a hint of red lipstick sounds like a dull choice for an evening affair as noteworthy as the 12th Annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards. But singer Lorde made her all-black ensemble anything but courtesy of Givenchy’s fine lace detailing, stylish layering, and creamy pale skin beneath effortless slicked back hair.
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Dapper as ever in a slim-cut, two-button navy suit by Brunello Cucinelli was Daniel Craig at the Paris premiere of the latest instalment in the James Bond franchise, 007 Spectre, at Le Grand Rex. Craig holds his own against a long line of fashionable Bond girls that stick in memory for their killer fashion choices.
In case the H&M x Balmain runway show wasn’t enough of a view into the collection, there was also the whole host of celebrities and off-duty models celebrating the launch in slick outfits straight from the collaboration. Actress Diane Kruger wore black velvet brocade; Elie Goulding and Rosie-Huntington Whitely went for luxe forest green. And it wasn’t just the girls: the male stars were also…
Joe Wright’s new fantasy epic Pan just premiered in London, and with Rooney Mara having a starring role, she was in need of a starring gown. She chose this number from the fall 2015 collection of Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci: intricate in detail and yet understated in mood, it featured black tulle ruffles and tone-on-tone embroidery dotted with crystals and stones.
Collaborations between luxury design houses and high street stores have, for a number of years now, been bringing otherwise inaccessible brands to a wider audience. They’re not always dirt cheap – this dress by Balmain for H&M costs $649 – but then, compared to the real deal, which would set you back many thousands, they prove themselves well worth it. And hey, if it’s good…
From off-duty models – like Doutzen Kroes, Joan Smalls, Naomi Campbell, and Lily Aldridge – to actresses Amanda Seyfried, Hailee Steinfeld and Liv Tyler, to those that defy categorisation (here’s looking at you, Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian), Givenchy’s spring 2016 afterparty was a star-studded affair. The Givenchy show itself may have been plagued by mishaps after two models tumbled on the runway, but that…