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  • George Clooney and Julia Roberts loved pretending to hate each other in 'Ticket to Paradise'

    The "Ticket to Paradise" co-stars talk "hating each other," rom-coms, worst movies and more.

  • George Clooney says he'll be 'out of it' by the time his daughter starts dating as he and Hoda Kotb bond over being older parents

    George Clooney joked with "Today" co-anchor Hoda Kotb that he likes the idea of being "out of it" by the time his daughter starts dating.

  • Julia Roberts says we took '90s rom-coms for granted

    Next month's "Ticket to Paradise" is her first movie in the genre in 20 years.

  • 25 of the best and worst Oscar dresses of all time

    From Halle Berry to Björk, these are the most memorable hits and misses in Oscar history.

  • 'The Mexican' at 20: How the can't-miss pairing of Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt missed

    Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts looked for a project to do together for more than 10 years — then spent most of "The Mexican" apart.

  • Julia Roberts and Victoria Beckham swear by this cult-favourite moisturizer — and it's only $20

    "What I love about it is that it’s not particularly expensive and you can find it anywhere."

  • Julia Roberts and Victoria Beckham swear by this $20 moisturizer

    "What I love about it is that it’s not particularly expensive and you can find it anywhere."

  • Michelle Obama weighs in on President Trump impeachment hearings: ‘It’s surreal’

    The former first lady talked politics during an interview with Jenna Bush Hager.

  • Julia Roberts's Message About Bathrooms Is What We All Need to Hear

    Not your usual kind of bathroom thought.

  • 'The woman never ages!': Julia Roberts steals the show at the Oscars

    "Give Julia Roberts an Oscar for looking like that."

  • Julia Roberts wraps herself in cozy teddy bear coat in NYC: Shop 12 versions for less

    Julia Roberts steps out in the it-coat of the season.

  • Julia Roberts says her famous hairy armpit reveal wasn't a feminist statement

    The Homecoming star gets real about the 1999 red carpet moment.

  • Everyone from Kate Middleton to Julia Roberts is wearing lilac — shop it for yourself, starting at $42

    Move over, millennial pink — it’s about lilac now. All year, lilac has been the “it” color of choice for Hollywood celebrities and real-life royals.Most recently, Julia Roberts stepped out on the red carpet in a lilac suit by Givenchy, the same label behind Meghan Markle’s wedding dress. Roberts matched with her longtime Hollywood stylist, Elizabeth Stewart. Earlier in October, Kate Middleton was spotted wearing a lilac wool crepe A-line dress by Emilia Wickstead. Similar to Roberts, Naomi Watts sported a menswear-style lilac suit at the 2018 Hugo Boss Prize event in New York. And earlier this spring, Victoria Beckham wore a lilac suit while spending time in her hometown of London.Lilac is the perfect shade between pink and purple. In 2017, the color craze was millennial pink. This year, Pantone designated the 2018 color of the year as “ultra violet.” Lilac, however, is defined as a “pale pinkish-violet color,” which is nestled perfectly in between both shades.The Guardian described lilac best as a “mature pink.” Pink is often reminiscent of a girl’s youth and childhood, whereas lilac is the color of her adulthood. This is especially visible in Vanity Fair‘s July 2003 cover story, “Raining Teens,” which featured the top young Hollywood talent of the time across film and television. These young teen royals included Hilary Duff, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Lindsay Lohan, Alexis Bledel, Amanda Bynes, Mandy Moore, Raven-Symoné, and Evan Rachel Wood. At the top of their careers, the stars — whose ages ranged from 16 to 17 years old — each wore pink for the cover in front of a blush-pink backdrop.  In 2018, lilac is a color synonymous with maturity, worn by sophisticated women including Amal Clooney, who wore a lilac Atelier Versace gown to the 74th Venice Film Festival. The color sits nicely in the pastel family among baby blues, mints, and periwinkle. It still looks fresh, but not childish. Plus, fashion labels Rodarte and Salvatore Ferragamo included lilac gowns and blouses in their Spring 2019 collections, signifying that this trend is far from over. Keep in mind, when you’re shopping for lilac apparel, look for items with clean lines and simple silhouettes. It will allow the color to truly shine. Ahead, see celebrities rock lilac frocks, gowns, and suits, and then shop for lilac work dresses, silky evening gowns, winter puffer coats, and more to find the look that suits you best.Yahoo Lifestyle may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle:• Kendall Jenner smolders in season’s hottest puffer coat: Steal her style starting at $45  • Old Navy’s Sherpa coat is the only one you need for fall — and it’s under $100   • Meghan Markle wears the season’s best transitional coat—shop the look starting at $50Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • Rebel Wilson: 'I think it’s a really cool move that they’re being inclusive with someone like me'

    Some of the biggest names in Hollywood stepped out on Monday night to celebrate the fourth annual InStyle Awards.The event, held at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, was a celebration of the year’s biggest talents in hair, beauty and fashion.Oscar-winner Julia Roberts accepted the Style Icon award while Meghan Markle’s wedding gown designer, Givenchy’s creative director Claire Waight Keller, was named Fashion Designer of the Year.Actress and comedian Rebel Wilson walked the red carpet wearing a custom design by Givenchy to celebrate her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart.During an interview, Wilson discussed the importance of her design, as high fashion labels like the French fashion house begin to manufacture size-inclusive clothing.ALSO SEE: Pregnant Meghan Markle dazzles in diamonds and designer gown for Fiji evening engagement“I think the last big couture piece that [Givenchy artistic director] Clare Waight Keller did was Meghan Markle‘s wedding dress,” Wilson told PEOPLE. “And now she’s making me a dress so that’s kind of amazing just in and of itself. But then factor in the fact that it’s Givenchy – an amazing Paris fashion house — I’m a bit shocked how it all happened but really grateful. I think it’s a really cool move that they’re being inclusive with someone like me.”Wilson continued, “I could be wrong but Givenchy normally makes sample sizes, and obviously, I’m not sample size. I don’t know if they’ve ever made a plus-size couture dress before, they may have, but my stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, told me, ‘This is a massive deal.’ She’s never heard of them doing something like this.’”The actress is hopeful that her custom look won’t be the last and that more labels will follow suit.“I’m the average size and the average height of an American woman,” she said. “There’s so many more people who look like me than a fashion model so this is an awesome, positive move that Givenchy is doing by being inclusive of someone like me.”Check out our gallery of the InStyle Awards red carpet!Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram.Check out Yahoo Canada’s podcast, Make It Reign — our hot takes on all things royals in a non-stuffy way — on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts.    

  • Julia Roberts fires back at woman who called her red carpet look 'ugly'

    Want to insult Julia Roberts's nail polish online? Big mistake. Big. Huge.

  • People are really excited to see that Meghan Markle's old style is back

    Royal watchers love that Meghan Markle looks to be going back to her casual roots.

  • Julia Roberts Opens Up About Raising Teenagers, Overcoming Grief, and That Hair

    The actress sits down with Jess Cagle to talk about life as a soccer mom, as she prepares to premiere Wonder and star in her first-ever TV show.

  • Julia Roberts’ Flawless amfAR Gala Look Proves She’s Still America’s Sweetheart

    Let’s start by saying, age is nothing but a number. That said, Julia Roberts is fourty-freaking-nine years old and is looking as flawless as she did the first time we saw her in films like My Best Friend’s Wedding, Erin Brockovich, and (obviously) Pretty Woman —as proven by her chic look at last night’s amfAR Gala in Los Angeles. The actress, who received the AIDS research non-profit’s Award of Courage at the fete, wore an LBD that showed off her signature legs and rocked the tousled waves she’s notorious for. Basically, she gave us “Classic Julia” and we loved it.