The music industry’s biggest stars walked down the red carpet at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, but many of them could have been walking down the aisle. Several celebrities donned gowns at the Grammys that could actually pass for wedding dresses. Though not all the gowns are white, they all look positively bridal. Check them out in the slideshow here.
The F-Word: Fashion
Hollywood Life says: ‘The 2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards in LA on Jan. 27 brought out some of the most stylish stars in Hollywood. Sexy black sheer was a major trend, with both Naya Rivera and Michelle Dockery working the look — but they weren’t the only stars who stole the show! Jessica Chastain was most improved from the Golden Globes, walking the red carpet at the SAG Awards in a red hot Alexander McQueen gown and dripping in exquisite Harry Winston jewels. She looked like a modern day Jessica Rabbit.
‘Michelle, who plays the conservative Lady Mary on Downton Abbey, rocked her sexiest look to date. While the strategic sheer detailing on her vintage Ralph Rucci gown put her sexy sideboob on full display the star still managed to look so chic — even if her character would gasp at the thought of the scandalous dress! She wasn’t the only one in the cleavage club. Glee gal Naya Rivera definitely isn’t shy! The star, who often flaunts her cleavage on the red carpet, did just that in a sexy black Donna Karan Atelier gown with a strategic sheer panel that stressed right across her chest.’
For more coverage of the SAGs, click here.
In case you haven’t heard, Jennifer Lopez has a new movie “Parker” out (with Jason Statham), and naturally, she’s been popping up on a number of red carpets promoting the heck out of it. But while the 43-year-old star opted for a tamer white peplum frock at the flick’s New York premiere, at Thursday night’s Vegas premiere, she got a little… Vegas-y.
Lopez’ white Kaufmanfranco spring 2013 dress features a sheer back with equally sheer side panels, something she flaunted to the cameras. Not that we blame her — girlfriend looks good. (Except for maaaaybe that hair, but we’ll let it slide.)
Jennifer’s been a fan of the racy white gowns lately — remember the Golden Globes? But as much as we dig the dress, [Carrie Bradshaw voice] we got to thinking… there’s no way you’d be able to hide a pair of normal underwear that well. Perhaps JLo’s discovered the C-string?
Hard to believe, but Faye Dunaway turned 72 this week. The actress has been a part of some of the most iconic fashion moments in film. From the memorable berets and short-sleeve sweaters in “Bonnie and Clyde” (1967) and the unabashed glamour of “The Thomas Crown Affair” (1968) to the slyly sexy workwear in “Network” (1976), Faye has worn some of Hollywood’s best on-camera fashion. (For a slideshow, click here.)
But the actress is no slouch when it comes to off-duty dressing — or rather, she’s a total slouch. Nobody wears a slouchy, oversized blazer like Dunaway, who dons her menswear-inspired pantsuits at award shows, red carpets and Vanity Fair parties alike. While her decades-long career has taken her in all sorts of directions, her style has always stayed admirably straightforward, chic and dare we say iconic.
Happy birthday, Faye — here’s to another year of pantsuits!
Who looked good on the red carpet at the Golden Globes? Let’s start with Anne Hathaway, and go from there. My friend and red-carpet expert Hal Rubenstein says Julianne Moore was the best-dressed.
Fashion brought an eventful year in 2012. Fashion houses saw a revolving cast of characters: Hedi Slimane replaced Stefano Pilati at Yves Saint Laurent; Alexander Wang took over for Nicolas Ghesquière at Balenciaga, and Raf Simons finally filled John Galliano’s shoes at Dior. There were highlights on the campaign trail, too, with Michelle Obama and Ann Romney subtly communicating their messages through their clothes. See the top fashion news of the year.