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‘I felt like I looked pretty good’ ... Courtney Love arrives at the Golden Globes in 2000. Photograph: Bei/Rex/ShutterstockI was going to wear Versace to the Golden Globes in 2000 – it was already in my wardrobe – but the dress I ended up wearing was from John Galliano’s Christian Dior haute couture collection that was “inspired” by homelessness [the New York Times described the contentious collection as “tasteless chic”]. My good friends Arianne Phillips [the costume designer] and Joe Mama-Nitzberg [the artist] called me and said: “You have to wear couture!” I didn’t really get couture until this. My mind was blown – I thought: “This is what they were talking about.”The dress arrived and it was ridiculous. It was straight up and down and had twine on it. On the twine there was a book of matches, glass, all this taxidermy. I remember thinking: “OK, it’s crazy-looking, but I’ll make it work.”I lived next door to Carrie Fisher at the time and Meryl Streep happened to be at her house. I put the dress in an Armani carry bag and told my daughter, Frances, to give it to Meryl. She came back with a polaroid of Meryl goofing around in the gown and I just lost it; it was so funny.I made alterations, which really changed the dress. My assistant’s boyfriend was very slender and about my height, so he became my model. I was taking bits off, sewing on to it. I bite my nails, so I wore acrylics, but they were painted turquoise with glitter streaks to match my original outfit. I am a big believer in matchy-matchy, but [when I changed my choice of dress] I didn’t have time to take them off. I also did stupid stuff like jump up and down on a mini trampoline with my arms and legs in plastic bags so I would lose sweat weight, but I fit into it and I felt like I looked pretty good.A lot went into this look and it was controversial when I wore it. I have big boobs and it was important that they didn’t fall out. I don’t think tit-tape really works and looking back I don’t know how I kept it on – it was a miracle. I think maybe I glued it.
The Oscars fashion doesn’t stop at the awards ceremony’s red carpet; there are just as many iconic outfits to peruse at the annual Vanity Fair after party.This year, the A-list event was even more starry than the Academy Awards itself.Renée Zellweger made a rare appearance in a thigh-high split dress and newlywed Priyanka Chopra had a fairytale moment in a tulle ballgown.Kerry Washington looked beautiful in a layered gown while Julia Roberts’ niece Emma Roberts turned up the temperature in a semi-sheer, slinky number.But it was model Kendall Jenner’s, er, loin cloth inspired gown that will stick in our minds for years to come.
It’s hard to believe, but Jennifer Aniston turns 50 today. The ‘Friends’ star became a global style sensation during the popular sitcom’s run and even sparked one of the biggest hair trends of the 90s: ‘The Rachel’ cut.Since ‘Friends’, Aniston’s taken to hundreds of red carpets, debuting her classic, sartorial prowess on a regular basis.The actress’ fashion formula is well-established. She’s always had a penchant for black dresses, which she’s worn on repeat, in various styles, over the years. There’s also the odd pop of red peppered with a couple of subtle, pastel shades.Some might call the star’s wardrobe unexciting, but there’s something to be said for simple, sleek style that stands the test of time and isn’t dictated by current trends.In celebration of the actress’ big day, we chart Jennifer Aniston’s greatest fashion hits to date – from a plunging Versace number, worn at the Vanity Fair Oscar party in LA in 2017 to a metallic mini worn to an awards event in 2009.
Over the past few years, Céline Dion has become almost as famous for her fashion as her extraordinary vocal range. The singer, who lost her husband Rene Angélil to throat cancer in 2016, made a triumphant return to the spotlight in 2017 in a plethora of show-stopping ensembles. Since then, the 50-year-old’s sartorial prowess has only strengthened.Whether she’s on the front row at Haute Couture Fashion Week or photographed at the GRAMMY Awards, Céline’s topped numerous best dressed lists in recent years thanks to her bold fashion looks.It’s not just Céline that deserves recognition for her stream of successful style choices; stylist-to-the-stars Law Roach is the man who ensured the performer was armed and ready for her year following her husband’s tragic passing.The self-proclaimed ‘image maker’, who started out owning a vintage store, hasn’t just transformed Céline. He also styles Zendaya – another of Hollywood’s most fashion-forward residents.He’s also styled Ariana Grande and Jessie J, among others.“I love my girls,” Roach told Fashionista. “I am at a place right now where I really love my roster. They are all so different, but at the same time they are all kind of the same.”It was Roach’s six-year-long collaboration with Zendaya that caused Céline to reach out initially. Since, she’s worn some of the most popular labels in existence, including Vetements, Balenciaga, Saint Laurent, and Off-White.A quick glance through the Canadian’s style file, and it’s clear she’s always been a sharp dresser. Her 2000s wardrobe was full of slinky gowns and on-trend wardrobe essentials such as pedal pushers, denim jackets and pastel jeans. She’s clearly a woman who loves style – and experimenting with it.Scroll through to see the singer’s most lauded looks of all time.
Almost all of Blunt's ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ premiere looks have hit headlines, from the romantic, billowing-sleeved Yanina Couture gown she wore in LA to the sleek, royal blue Schiaparelli gown she wore in London.
It’s December which means ’tis the season to unearth all of your sparkly, red and metallic partywear.Need some inspiration? Look no further than this December’s best dressed celebrities.Award-winning star Emma Stone wowed in a red Louis Vuitton mini dress at the British Independent Film Awards at the start of the month, while Dakota Johnson hit headlines in a silvery Bevza number in Marrakech. A few days later, Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan – the stars of upcoming flick ‘Mary: Queen of Scots’ proved to be the new red carpet power couple in incredible Chanel and Gucci ensembles.Elsewhere, model Gigi Hadid wowed in a statement dress by US designer Zac Posen and Natalie Portman proved the unyielding power of a trouser suit.But it was Julia Roberts’ technicolour coat that stole our hearts.Scroll to see the best dressed looks this month.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Amber Heard wears, what appears to be, a designer swimming cap at ‘Aquaman’ premiereThe fleece is back with a millennial makeover (and headbands, too)Best dressed celebrities: November’s top A-list fashion moments
The former professional baseball player went for a bold look to celebrate his girlfriend's last residency show.
As we try to get our heads around the fact that August is almost over, celebrities far and wide have thrown themselves into the spirit of summer dressing.This month made a seriously stylish start, with Nina Dobrev, Eva Longoria and Vanessa Hudgens rocking Valentino, Mario Dice and Marchesa, respectively, to the premiere of their new film ‘Dog Days’ – instantly making our best dressed list.Things on the style front only improved when Chloë Grace Moretz gave a shout out to British fashion wearing Simone Rocha to a screening of her new film ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’.Another highlight came in the form of Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta reuniting on the red carpet to celebrate the 40th anniversary of ‘Grease’. For the occasion, the pair worked two on-point business-casual outfits.We also saw a whole host of incredible off-duty summer looks as the stars battled the globe-wide heatwave, from Hailey Baldwin in pretty florals, to Vanessa Hudgens in velvet (yes, velvet).Elsewhere, Gemma Chan sailed smoothly onto the best dressed list in a strapless, sparkly dress by Oscar de la Renta. And former ‘Gossip Girl’ star Leighton Meester hopped on board the polka dot trend in a brown and black Zimmerman number.Look no further than the best dressed celebrities of the month for much-needed fashion inspo.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Best dressed celebrities: July’s top fashion moments Celebrities in swimwear: 2018 holiday inspiration courtesy of your favourite A-listersMeghan Markle’s style file: Every outfit the Duchess has worn out
Each week, it seems as if a celebrity has a complete transformation. And we’re not talking style. We’re talking about hair.Recently, we’ve seen a plethora of blonde buzzcuts take to the red carpet from the likes of Kristen Stewart and Cara Delevingne. Just like the ex-model, Kate Hudson also went bald for an upcoming role while stars including Rihanna and Salma Hayek have opted for some colourful locks.Ariana Grande is another star that has stepped away from her signature look lately. Known for her brunette high ponytail, Grande surprised fans by stepping on stage at the March For Our Lives concert wearing an ice blonde low pony.And then there’s Jessica Chastain who lobbed off her signature long red locks in favour of a summer bob and half convinced us to do the same.Keep coming back for the best new hairdos as the year goes on.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Would you be brave enough to sport leopard print hair?Hair dye could put you at risk of breast cancer, says new studyKim Kardashian’s complete hair evolution
CBS News anchor Gayle King is on a serious assignment in Texas, covering the news of migrant families being separated at the United States borders. Gayle King wore a $14.99 dress from Ross Dress for Less on the evening news. From getting her makeup done in an airport, to finishing it up in a car on the way to a shoot, she jokes with people that “TV is glamorous, but this is an important story.” So important, that she had to improvise after finding out that she was staying in Texas another day, and needed another on-air outfit.
If you don’t follow Diana Ross‘ daughter, Tracee Ellis Ross, on Instagram, you should.The 45-year-old actress, who currently stars in US comedy series ‘Black-ish’, has accrued quite a following thanks to her activism (she was one of the founders of the Time’s Up movement) and extraordinarily glorious sense of style.Fabulous isn’t a word we use lightly, but it’s the perfect way to sum up Tracee’s wardrobe. This is a woman who will wear it all.One minute she’ll be glittering on the red carpet in a slinky Balmin number and the next she’ll be making a red, satin Valentino tracksuit work. Her looks are bold, unapologetic and creative, but, from time to time, they also help hammer home a point.Case in point: an all-black Marc Jacobs ensemble that she wore as part of the Time’s Up movement’s black dress code to the 2018 Golden Globes.Tracee Ellis Ross is the bold style icon we all need in our lives.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Tracee Ellis Ross speaks the truth: “Women are valuable and powerful and entertaining”Meghan Markle’s style fileTrooping the Colour fashion, from the Duchess of Cambridge to Princess Diana