Last night's annual Fashion Group International Night of Stars soiree lit up NYC as the red carpet pack came out to celebrate some of their favorite designers by wearing looks from the honorees of the evening. Sarah Jessica Parker made an appearance in a metallic, striped body-con dress by L'Wren Scott and Manolo Blahnik pumps; Renée Zellweger donned a gray off-the-shoulder confection by Carolina Herrera paired with shimmery Christian Louboutin heels; and Viola Davis stunned in a chic black and white gown by Max Mara. Kelly Ripa also shined in a strapless printed ball-gown dress, while Harley Viera-Newton opted for a textural Sportmax LBD paired with whimsical metallic platform sandals. Now, we need your input — which of the five dazzling evening ensembles gets your best-dressed vote?
When in Rome . . . that seemed to be the motto adopted by Donatella's party guests at her SoHo store opening last night. The celebrity party guests, a crowd that included Kanye and Lady Gaga, showed their support for Versace in a range of the label's high-impact wares. Even Alexa Chung, who doesn't exactly strike us as a high-drama Versace girl, embraced the night's theme, albeit tempered with her own charm, in a burgundy leather skirt by Versace's younger line, Versus. Meanwhile, the supermodel contingent, including Coco Rocha and Bar Refaeli, took a page right out of Donatella's book, as did Jennifer Hudson, who joined the leather-clad crew of models in a fit-and-flare skirt and knee-high boots. To see the rest of the night's attendees decked out in their Versace best, click on — then tell us your pick for best dressed in the comments.
They may not have been in the same room, or even at the same event, but at their respectively glamorous NYC parties, both Crystal Renn and Hilary Rhoda opted for dresses by the same designer, friend Zac Posen. In fact, Hilary Rhoda not only wore his gown, but took Zac as her date to Harry Winston's dinner. Meanwhile, Crystal Renn, Zac's longtime friend and muse, opted for a brilliant fuchsia, bustier-style gown, offset with turquoise Lorraine Schwartz jewels for an evening out at the Angel Ball. Hilary kept it a tad more understated, choosing a sleek Fall-appropriate burgundy strapless and finishing with a side-swept bun. If you ask us, both supermodels did Zac Posen proud — but we're turning it over to you: who's the winner of this supermodel showdown?
Elle's annual Women in Hollywood celebration is just that — a celebration of the biggest names in the business and a culmination of our favorite style setters. With Calvin Klein cosponsoring the affair, you might suspect that several of the attendees opted for the label's minimalist line of dress, and you'd be right — just look to SJP in a Calvin Klein Spring '13 strapless — but that didn't stop fashion favorites from showing off a few other choice designers, like Emma Stone in a fuchsia Valentino confection. As for the most dramatic of the night's arrivals, Lea Michele pulled out all the stops in a sheer-striped Zimmermann gown, proving just how much the dress code varied among this bevy of TV stars, Hollywood heavyweights, and fashion A-listers. To see them all, click on — then be sure to tell us your pick for best dressed in the comments.
When Glamour hosted its "These Girls" event last night in NYC, it was these girls: stylish attendees like Alexa Chung, Rashida Jones, and Coco Rocha, who stepped out to join fashionable forces and show off their Fall styling game. Just in time to inspire your own seasonal looks, Alexa and Rashida offered perfect plays on Fall-appropriate party dressing, with Alexa in a sweet printed dress, tights, and loafer combo, and Rashida keeping it more classic in a fit-and-flare LBD and Valentino heels. For a more alternative route, we'll look to Coco, who decked out a pair of tartan trousers with a velvet blazer and booties for a cool-girl play on prep-school styling. As for the other notable arrivals (like Olivia Wilde in a slick leather look), you'll have to click through — then be sure to tell us who gets your vote for best dressed of the night.
Sometimes all it takes is the perfect weekend equation to bring about a veritable parade of covet-worthy dresses. Case in point: the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in LA inspired more than a few starlets to come to the polo field wearing their Saturday best. Mandy Moore's purple Lela Rose number catered to Fall's textural intrigue, Ashley Greene showed off a sexier bondage-infused side in an Antonio Berardi LWD, Alessandra Ambrosio's colorfully pleated BCBG maxi dress reminded us there's always a way to keep Summer's softer side intact, and Lauren Conrad, in her own Paper Crown design, proved that polka dots can be totally chic, too. Beyond that we've got an enviable lineup not to be missed courtesy of Ashley Madekwe, Rachel Zoe, Selma Blair, Ali Larter, and more. Click on for the complete star-studded fashion rundown from the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic.
While Charlize Theron and Michelle Williams opted for short and sweet dresses at the Palm Springs Film Festival awards gala tonight, Angelina Jolie and Olivia Wilde sported longer creations for their red carpet photo op. Angelina evoked a quiet elegance with a long nude-toned Elie Saab halter gown complete with soft chiffon pleats and classic diamond stud earrings. Meanwhile, Olivia Wilde channeled a much vampier look with a floor length form-fitting black dress that featured lacy side cutouts. Now, it's time for you to weigh in on which long dress look you think is most fab.
Aside from the action at last night's AMAs, the weekend was filled with parties and premieres — and with each one, a bevy of celebrity beauties walking the red carpet. The cast of Gossip Girl gathered to toast their 100th episode in style, while Beyoncé hosted her own soiree to celebrate the launch of her new DVD. Meanwhile, across the pond, a chic Emma Watson stepped out for the premiere of My Week With Marilyn. Among the styled crowd, we spotted Blake Lively in a flirty Marchesa frock hitting the scene with Leighton Meester in Balmain, and Gossip Girl fan Chloë Moretz in Stella McCartney. Meanwhile, glowing mom-to-be Beyoncé slipped into a curve-hugging black gown for her celebration. There's more in store, like Nicole Richie in a sparkly Halston frock — just click on for the best of this weekend's red carpets, then tell us your pick for most Fab in the comments.
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This weekend's 2011 Museum of Contemporary Art gala inspired some serious glamour from Hollywood's most fashionable. The stylish attendees opted for floor-length gowns that ranged from the ultraelegant, like Jaime King's classic black gown, to the more fashion forward a la Nicole Richie's embellished Julien MacDonald creation. We spotted more impeccably styled red carpet arrivals from Rachel Zoe, Kirsten Dunst, Gwen Stefani, and more — just click through for all the night's gorgeous looks, then tell us your pick in the comments section for the night's most Fab.
When Oprah Winfrey joins forces with Ralph Lauren, you can bet the industry giants are going to draw a crowd. So, while Hollywood partied the night away in Beverly Hills, the style crowd rivaled with their own fashionable fête, benefiting both the Ralph Lauren Center For Cancer Care and Prevention in Harlem and Lincoln Center For the Performing Arts in NYC. The black-tie affair gave good cause for suiting up in Ralph Lauren's glam gowns, and we spotted our style favorites like Camilla Belle, Chanel Iman, and Jessica Alba doing just that. Click through to see who wore what, and tell us who would get your vote for best dressed.