Awards season is in full swing, which means more opportunities to see your favorite stars glam it up on the silver carpet. Check out what Lady Gaga, Lupita Nyong’o, Sandra Oh and more wore to the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.
If you thought the A-list set only had one red carpet ensemble to worry about then think again, as last night’s biggest names pulled off a quick outfit change before hitting the 2019 Golden Globe Awards after parties.Actress Claire Foy swapped her celestial Miu Miu dress for a glitzy Balmain suit to dance the night away at the star-studded Instyle and Warner Bros. after party.In a similar move, fellow Brit Gemma Chan changed into a millennial pink thigh-high split dress after gracing the red carpet wearing a midnight blue Valentino number.For those of you desperate to see what Emily Blunt chose for her second look of the evening, the ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ actress looked to Alexander MqQueen once more but this time, in favour of a powder pink number.From Kate Beckinsale’s seriously sheer dress to Taylor Swift‘s surprise appearance, these are this year’s best celebrity looks from the 2019 Golden Globe Awards after parties.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: Golden Globes 2019: All the celebrity red carpet fashionLady Gaga pays sartorial tribute to Judy Garland at 2019 Golden GlobesSandra Oh and Jodie Comer’s red carpet reunion dubbed ‘best moment’ of 2019 Golden Globes
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.
Jungle Cruise, the upcoming blockbuster starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, will reportedly feature Disney's first openly gay character. While that's progress for sure, there is some criticism over the casting of the role.
Oh, where does the time go? The 2007 Oscars took place on February 25, and the night’s big winners were Forest Whitaker for Last King of Scotland, Helen Mirren for The Queen, and Jennifer Hudson in her breakthrough role in Dreamgirls.As for red-carpet winners: We loved Emily Blunt‘s strapless Calvin Calvin number (she walked the red carpet to support The Devil Wears Prada) and Meryl Streep‘s relaxed yet ladylike Prada frock.Maybe it’s the water. Maybe it’s the killer facials. But whatever the reason, we’re in awe of how little the superstars changed from then to now. You be the judge.Read More: Oscars Burning Question: What’s in That Clutch?Oscars Burning Question: Does Bling Ever Go Missing?Oscars Burning Question: How Do Stars Look So Good All Night?Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
It’s a good thing makeup artist Jenn Streicher has been working with Emily Blunt for eight years now. Streicher hadn’t even seen her Roberto Cavalli dress in person ahead of time. You just create a relationship,” says Streicher.
Emily Blunt was back on the red carpet just months after welcoming baby No. 2 with husband John Krasinski, but you won't see her hiding her figure in flowing dresses or princess-cut gowns. "For the red carpet, I like formfitting clothes," InStyle's November 2016 cover star told us. "I'm not so good with the sort of ethereal, girlie, whimsical things. I tend to go for dresses that have bold cuts and strong colors." Her unwavering vision always pays off on the red carpet, co
While it would be true to say the fashion industry has long been dominated by super slim, willowy models, diversity has been having a moment of late and women representative of various different body shapes have been slowly clawing their way onto the catwalks and into the pages of glossy magazines. Doing their bit for diversity this month is style bible Vogue. Explaining what inspired the concept, editor Alexandra Shulman told GMB’s Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid: “I had the idea when a colleague was telling me about the problems they were having trying to get clothes for actresses - who are real people.
Today’s quick red carpet slay comes from Emily Blunt, who looked like a magical nymph queen plucked from a fairytale at the Girl on the Train world premiere in London.
One of the biggest red carpet trends this year is something that you can’t pick up off the runways of New York, Paris, London or Milan. It’s the baby bump!Seriously, is everyone pregnant? Check out the stylish ways these celebs dressed up their bumps for the red carpet and let us know who you think pulled it off best by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
From Alicia Vikander in a glittery frock to Ariel Winter in pared-down pinstripes, click through the gallery to see who we think ruled the red carpet this week. Don’t agree with us? Let us know your picks by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.
Awards season officially kicked off with the National Board of Review Awards Gala in New York last night. The likes of Kristen Stewart, Emily Blunt, Jessica Chastain and Maggie Gyllenhaal ditched their Christmas jumpers and shimmied into an array of glam gowns for the occasion, giving us an idea of the type of frocks we can expect to see hit the red carpets this year. The always elegant Emily Blunt oozed class in a blue lace Elie Saab dress that highlighted her trim waist and made her red locks pop.
From Sandra Bullock to George Clooney to Emily Blunt, scroll through the slideshow above to see what happened on the red carpet at day 2 of TIFF!