Helen Mirren, who won an Oscar for her performance as Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II in “The Queen,” says Meghan Markle was "a fantastic addition to the royal family," and she “applauds” Markle and Prince Harry’s decision to step back from royal duties, she tells Variety. Mirren, who is the subject of an homage at the […]
Yahoo is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Prices were correct at the time of publication.Dame Helen Mirren is proof that style improves with age. The 74-year-old British actor only grows more fashionable as the years go by - as 2019 showcased.The London-born star has celebrated a truckload of sartorial wins this year including a super chic winter white ensemble in New York City last night.Clad in an ensemble by The Row - the fashion label launched by former child stars Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen in 2006 - Mirren was every inch the Hollywood style sensation.It’s not a cheap get-up, mind up. The Nika Draped Cady Maxi Skirt rings in at £2,360, the Hern Asymmetric Cashmere-Blend Cardigan at £1,680 and the Olive Cashmere Sweater at £1,220.A statement pearl necklace and a made-to-order £1,746.54 bag by Tyler Ellis completed the look.Other winning looks the actor has sported this year include a canary yellow, custom gown by Lady Gaga-s go-to designer Brandon Maxwell and a polka dot semi-sheer look by the British brand Goat, which both the Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex have previously worn.And who can forget the gorgeous, pink Schiaparelli gown Mirren wore to the Oscars in February.But, it was a teal, puff-sleeve, floor-length satin jacket by Badgley Mischka that the Oscar-winner wore to the ‘Catherine the Great’ TV show premiere in October.
The Jolie-Pitt clan shared a joke on the red carpet while Helen Mirren's grandson paid sartorial tribute to the film.
As if she weren’t already legendary enough, actress Cicely Tyson just landed a magazine cover at the age of 92. The actress, who recently presented alongside Anika Noni Rose at the Emmys, is one of Elle’s picks for this year’s Women in Hollywood Issue, and her cover is gorgeous. The annual list, which celebrates a number of Hollywood’s trailblazing females, prompted the reveal of seven different cover versions created by the publication. It seems like Tyson’s might be the most popular.At 92, Tyson is officially the second-oldest woman to grace the cover of a magazine — fashion guru Iris Apfel was a cover girl at 93 — but she certainly isn’t the only star showing how gorgeous aging truly is. From Meryl Streep and Tina Turner to Lauren Hutton, here are all of the ageless beauties who have been cover girls.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle:• Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda owned the catwalk at the L’Oréal Paris show • Jane Fonda, nearly 80, wears long, faux ponytail to the Emmys, and people are freaking out: ‘I’m shook’• 55-year-old model shamed for low-cut top fires back: Women judging other women ‘is just sad’Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
L’Oréal Paris is known for its inclusivity. Despite causing controversy by dropping transgender model Munroe Bergdorf from a recent campaign, the beauty brand is still going strong with its other ambassadors.On Sunday, several famous faces took to a special beauty-based catwalk to celebrate L’Oréal’s vast make-up selection. Taking over the Champs Élysées for one of the most diverse catwalks Paris has ever seen, the celebrities wore stand-out tailored and printed designs from various French talents.There was 72-year-old Helen Mirren and 79-year-old Jane Fonda (in a major tiger print dress) alongside the likes of curvy model Iskra Lawrence and fashion’s latest It-faces Adwoa Aboah and Winnie Harlow.The singer Cheryl also made her first appearance after giving birth to son Bear, wearing a stand-out two-toned lipstick look from L’Oréal’s Balmain collaboration, while the “world’s most beautiful girl,” Thylane Blondeau, appeared almost unrecognizable in a floral dress.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
L’Oreal Paris is known for its inclusivity. Despite causing controversy by dropping transgender face Munroe Bergdorf from a recent campaign, the beauty brand is still going strong with its other ambassadors.On Sunday, several famous faces took to a special beauty-based catwalk to celebrate L’Oreal’s vast make-up selection. Taking over the Champs Élysées for one of the most diverse catwalks Paris has ever seen, the celebrities wore stand-out tailored and printed designs from various French talents.There was 72-year-old Helen Mirren and 79-year-old Jane Fonda (in a major tiger print dress) alongside the likes of plus-size model Iskra Lawrence and fashion’s latest It faces Adwoa Aboah and Winnie Harlow.Cheryl also made her first appearance after giving birth to son Bear, wearing a stand-out two-toned lipstick look from L’Oreal’s Balmain collaboration, while the ‘world’s most beautiful girl’, Thylane Blondeau, appeared almost unrecognisable in a floral dress.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:Bow down to Helen Mirren’s unwavering red carpet style‘World’s most beautiful girl’ is all grown up on the Michael Kors front rowLingerie brand turns Oxford Street into a catwalk to promote body confidence
Helen Mirren proved that being blue isn’t always a bad thing. On Monday night, the actress attended the premiere of her new film, Collateral Beauty, in New York City covered in the color from head to toe — and it worked. The 71-year-old wore a pale blue, three-quarter-sleeve Marchesa dress stitched all over with a pattern of birds and flowers.
Wouldn’t you just love to be like Dame Helen Mirren when you’re in your seventies? Good news, folks. The Oscar winner has shared her tips for leading a happy and successful life – although presumably she can’t promise that you’ll look quite as good as her in a bikini. “I’m going to give you a few tips to get through life,” the 71-year-old star said in Los Angeles, “because basically I am quite old, so I’ve lived quite a bit of life.
To put it outrageously lightly, being a woman in Hollywood is no cake walk. Having the nerve to age past 3o only compounds the problem. Numerous actresses and industry insiders have shared their experiences coping with sexism in the film industry, much of which involves sexual objectification in media, nonexistent opportunities, and a persisting pay gap. Often times these demonstrations of systemic bias exist in celluloid or in print; they’re divorced from the specific, human source. Sometimes, however, the source is sitting right in front of you, directing their blatant misogyny right at you. ...