Miley Cyrus returned to the Grammy Awards on Sunday evening, making her first appearance at music’s biggest night since 2015 — and she wants you to know that the #BitchIsBack. To kick off the night, the 25-year-old singer walked the red carpet in a Jean Paul Ga velvet Jean Paul Gaultier jumpsuit featuring shoulder-draping details.
Beyoncé didn't make the Grammys red carpet but magically appeared in the star-studded audience with her hubby, Jay-Z, and their daughter Blue Ivy by her side.
For the 60th annual Grammy awards , celebrities are continuing to use their voices — and fashion — to promote the #TimesUp movement . On Sunday night, a number of attendees wore white roses, in one way or another, for an important reason. Following the Golden Globes blackout that kicked off awards season with a statement of solidarity, artists have found another way to express their unity around the cause of gender equality with a white rose . A group called Voices of Entertainment sent a statement to attendees of the event to explain the push to wear the accessory, writing, “We choose the white rose because historically it stands for hope, peace, sympathy, and resistance.” White carried the same powerful meaning throughout Hillary Clinton’s 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, as the candidate and her female voters often wore white as a nod to the suffrage movement. And now, on the red carpet , it’s adding an additional beautiful touch to all of the glamorous looks. From the evening’s host, James Corden , to first-time nominees Khalid and SZA , here are all of the stars showing off their white roses. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Sunday evening’s Screen Actors Guild Awards was a celebration of the talent of today’s actors, along with their incredible fashion. While conversations on the red carpet continued to embrace current politics, every star at the SAGs was ready to make a sartorial statement as well, with some of the best and boldest looks of the year so far. From bright colors — many of them pink — to sheer dresses with lots of sequin details, the women of the evening, all took center stage (just as the organizers intended). From the young Millie Bobby Brown , who arrived in a pair of Converse, to the show’s first-ever host Kristen Bell, who stunned in the evening’s brightest shade of pink, here are all of the best dressed stars of the evening. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Millie Bobby Brown wears $49.99 sneakers to a fancy awards show • Goldie Hawn, 72, steals the fashion spotlight in one-shoulder gown • Alison Brie responds to James Franco sexual harassment allegations Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Olivia Munn might have just gotten over the flu, but she sure didn't look it as she stunned onstage at Thursday evening's Critics' Choice Awards.
Color returned to the red carpet on Thursday as celebrities attended the Critics’ Choice Awards following the Golden Globe’s blackout.
On Monday night, Ivanka Trump joined the conversation about Oprah Winfrey’s speech, praising it in a tweet and seemingly signaling her support for Time’s Up. Not everyone on Twitter welcomed Ivanka’s comments.
In addition to the striking contrast they provided to so many black gowns, the emeralds worn by stars like Zoë Kravitz and Debra Messing carried a message.
It was a sea of black on the red carpet at the 75th annual Golden Globes on Sunday night as many actresses — and actors — dressed head-to-toe in the somber shade to protest sexual harassment and gender inequality.
All eyes were on the Golden Globes red carpet on Sunday, as both men and women arrived at the awards show wearing black for a statement that has nothing to do with fashion. In support of the Time’s Up movement and the women who have spoken up about their own experience of sexual assault, harassment, and gender inequality, the red carpet was a sea of black dresses and all-black suits. Yahoo Lifestyle was on the red carpet to catch up with the stars taking part.
On the Golden Globes 2018 red carpet, the conversation revolved around women, but there were important insights on men, too.
Allison Janney was a winner in more ways than one at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards. The 58-year-old actress followed the black dress code to protest sexual harassment in the entertainment industry and beyond. As a nod to her character in the Tonya Harding film, in which she plays the skater’s mother LaVona Fay Golden, Janney had a fake bird placed on her shoulder.
Sharon Stone proved she is still a stone cold fox on Sunday night at the 2018 Golden Globes. The actress attended the event to present Best Supporting Actress in a Series/Limited Series/TV Movie, but she stole the show when she stepped onto the stage.
Women are at the forefront of the 2018 Golden Globe awards , with an all-female television cast leading the TV categories in nominations, and a highly-anticipated red carpet that’s more than just about stars making sartorial statements. But the most important question pertaining to what women like Reese Witherspoon and Eva Longoria wear to the 75th annual award show will be why and not who. In part with the rest of initiatives put forward by the Time’s Up movement, it’s been requested that women walking the red carpet not only wear black , but also take the opportunity to speak out about standing issues of sexual harassment. In line with some of the ideals of Witherspoon’s previous #AskHerMore campaign, the dress code is meant to initiate questions beyond those that are typically superficial. From Debra Messing and Meryl Streep to the ever-stunning Issa Rae , here’s a look at the fashion that’s serving a function for Hollywood’s leading ladies. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Actresses may wear black to the Golden Globes to protest sexual harassment. Is that ‘slacktivism’? • Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan: The shocking true crime story behind ‘I, Tonya’ • This protest pin will be the Golden Globes’ trendiest accessory — but will it make a difference? Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.