While we’re currently battling winter’s harsh cold (LA inhabitants, you don’t understand), designers have already mapped out our wardrobes for warmer weather ahead. No, we don’t mean swimwear and summer dresses (though said items will certainly be on our shopping lists soon!), we’re talking about that tricky period between summer and fall—aka, the Pre-Fall collections.
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Israeli actress Gal Gadot, star of the 2017 "Wonder Woman" movie, wore an Elie Saab dress to the National Board of Review gala on Jan. 9, sparking outrage from some Arabs.
There’s no doubt that Saoirse Ronan regularly takes risks when it comes to style, but somehow, everyone seemed to miss what might be her most daring look to date. The lace is covered with Swarovski crystals, giving the edgy ensemble a glamorous twist. Somehow, no one is talking about this sleek look on the young woman known for her love of blazers, youthful patterns, and sometimes edgy yet still conservative attire — like the one sleeved black gown she wore to the Golden Globes on Sunday, with structured shoulders and silver paneling.
"For those concerned with the price of my Globes sweater, I just don't think a $5,000 gown would have added to the conversation in the same way."
Kim Kardashian West started an internet dumpster fire after she shared a photo of two Louis Vuitton patterned trash receptacles on social media.
Color returned to the red carpet on Thursday as celebrities attended the Critics’ Choice Awards following the Golden Globe’s blackout.
Valerie Eguavoen is making it her mission to provide a platform for diverse fashion bloggers .
Yolanda Hadid, mom to Gigi and Bella Hadid, explains why it's so important for young women to defend themselves against sexual harassment and abuse.
The actress' bell-sleeved knit is the latest item to fall victim to the 'Meghan Markle Effect'.
For fashion fans, watching awards shows can be difficult. Want that Gucci gown Dakota Johnson wore to the Golden Globes? Tough, it’s custom and it’ll cost you — big time. But Aussie actor Lachlan Martin has found an innovative way to ease his high-fashion covetousness: by remaking red carpet looks from household items. “My friends are all getting married and buying houses, and I’m like ‘look, I made a dress out of a shower curtain!’” Martin’s Instagram bio reads. And he’s not exaggerating. The Aussie’s feed is filled with gorgeous gowns that, upon first glance, one probably wouldn’t realize are made of plastic bags and bathmats until closer inspection. “It started as a joke between a friend and I,” he tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “We were watching the Golden Globes [in 2016] and weren’t particularly inspired by anything on the red carpet, so we had a quick competition to see who could create the best runway look using only things in the living room.” His creation was a “horrible green, blue, white and gray blanket” crafted into a gown. “We posted them on Facebook and they were a big hit with my friends,” he recalls. “I did a couple more for the next few red carpet events and was eventually encouraged to start up an Instagram account and it was here that I could connect with drag queens and creative types from all walks of life, across the world.” Now, two years later, the account dedicated to his designs, named the Tilley Project, has more than 14k followers. Martin, who “adores” fashion, comes up with his own designs a lot of the time, but also recreates looks. “Sometimes it’s the actual item itself,” he says of what inspires him. For example, he managed to recreate Celine Dion’s extravagant 2017 Billboard Awards gown that was designed by Stephane Rolland. You know, the one with the huge shoulders that she wore to sing “My Heart Will Go On.” And his reiteration was so accurate, the only difference was that his was made of a “bed sheet for the bottom half, two socks for the sleeves, two pillow cases and recycled foam packing to create the puffy top half.” He’s also inspired by Lady Gaga; drag queens (“Milk and Sasha Velour in particular”); and “fashion designers/labels such as Alexander McQueen, Jean-Paul Gaultier and Romance Was Born.” His favorite design so far is his Rainbow Flag dress made from Vogue magazines. “It was created to celebrate our Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras here in Australia,” he says. “An expression of pride to be whoever you want to be and yelling it to the world. I love being part of the LGBTIQ+ community and the Tilley Project is my way of inspiring people to be confident in the weird and wonderful quirks that we all have.” That inspiring and stunningly colorful strapless gown took days to create, however on average he “can have the outfit created along with a photo shoot in under an hour.” Yet the Vogue piece wasn’t even the hardest to create. That award goes to the two-piece skirt and crop top ensemble made out of IKEA bags. “There was a lot of work in the construction of the garment and it was very tight, so super hard to move in. Especially as I take my photos on a timer and have to click, run and pose,” he explains. The blue outfit consisted of a super tight pencil skirt with a yellow peplum ruffle, and the shirt was off the shoulder. He once used Glad saran wrap to create an outfit with a bow for a shirt and transparent boots for RuPaul’s Drag Race , and a tablecloth to make a gorgeous lace gown for the Oscars. For Australia’s Election Day in 2016, he wore a dress made entirely of neckties. What’s next? A bath towel outfit with earrings made of loofas? Oh wait, he’s already done that. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Fortunately, there's still one fashion accessory worn by Markle — not once, but twice — that's still available: a skinny black leather belt from Aritzia.
"America's Next Top Model," the reality TV series from the early '00s, is back for its 24th season, and its creator, Tyra Banks, is too.
Each brand's version of the Olympic uniform may have their own stylistic take, but they all have one thing in common: a celebration of Team USA.
Angelina Jolie brought her oldest daughters Zahara and Shiloh to the National Board of Review Awards Gala in N.Y.C.
While scrolling through Instagram, fashion blogger Valerie Eguavoen saw a photo from Revolve’s most recent press trip to Thailand, and noticed that there wasn't a single influencer with a dark complexion on the trip.
There’s no denying the Duchess of Cambridge ‘s hold over the fashion industry. The ‘ Kate Effect ‘ has been in full swing ever since the royal fell into the media spotlight as a fresh-faced twenty-something. And it was the 36-year-old’s now-famous blue Issa dress (which she donned in her engagement photographs) that secured her position as one of the world’s most respected style muses. With an innate ability to crash endless shopping pages of the Internet (and almost send one label under) – the royal’s sartorial influence is incomparable. And perhaps what draws so many women to lust over her wardrobe, is the notion that it is just so darn relatable. When the Duchess of Cambridge isn’t sitting prim enjoying afternoon tea with the Queen , she’s donning Topshop’s latest line or sending us potty over Zara’s current must-have. Yes, it turns out Kate is just like us. And when it comes to championing the high street, the 36-year-old gives the royal touch. Take a look back at the Duchess of Cambridge’s best high street moments to date. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The Duchess of Cambridge’s top style moments of 2017 10 fashion rules the Royal Family must stick to The Duchess of Cambridge’s top maternity style moments
Like her estranged husband Harvey Weinstein, Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman was an “elephant not in the room” at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards. No celebrity dared to wear a dress by the designer on the red carpet.