Here are Yahoo Entertainment’s predictions for the winners in the major Emmy categories, along with a peek at what oddsmakers are saying. Plus, vote for your favorites.
The announcement follows public outcry in 2018 when reports revealed Williams was paid $1,000 while her male co-star was paid $1.5 million for "All the Money in the World" reshoots.
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At the opening of Louis Vuitton's art exhibition, everyone wore designs from LV's spring 2018 runway, and Alexander Skarsgård debuted a bald hairstyle.
Busy Philipps just gave Michelle Williams a pretty amazing birthday gift that took #FriendshipGoals to the next level.
Celebrities on the red carpet showed off glamorous gowns and suits at the 89th Academy Awards. But perhaps even more captivating was the wide assortment of jewels that stars used to accessorize their looks. From Pharrell Williams‘s long, layered necklaces to Nicole Kidman‘s 119 carats of Harry Winston diamonds, this year’s jewels at the Oscars did not disappoint.Check out some of the best jewelry above, from the star-studded award show.Read More:Oscars 2017: Best and Worst DressedFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
It’s winter in the real world, but in the fashion world we have moved on to spring and summer.And there’s no better way to get a sneak peek into what our wardrobe will be when the weather gets warmer than to look at the latest ad campaigns, in which actresses and models collide.What do you get when you have Brit sisters Suki Waterhouse, Immy Waterhouse and model of the moment Alanna Arrington all modeling for you? The new ‘Find Your Spring’ Shopbop campaign that centers on female friendship, girl power at its best and a look at the six major spring trends. From ‘Pretty in Pink’ to ‘All Day Lingerie’ Suki and co play dress up in this video but be warn, it will make you dream of warm weather and wishing you are in California!The new Burberry campaign features shots by photographer Josh Olins of models Amber Witcomb and Tom Fool posing in front of works by iconic British sculptor Henry Moore.Bella and Anwar Hadid are fronting the Zadig & Voltaire ads. The ads feature the siblings, plus influencer DJ Clara 3000 and model Vera Van Erp, shot in in Paris’s 16th arrondissement. Bella Hadid also joins older sister Gigi in both the Fendi and Moschino spring campaigns.Lauren Hutton graces the latest campaign for Bottega Veneta, looking every inch the iconic supermodel while carrying the brand’s newest bag, the “City Knot”. Michelle Williams and Jennifer Connelly front the latest Louis Vuitton Series 6 campaign, while Chloë Sevigny looks sultry-chic in J.W.Anderson. And Vittoria Ceretti is officially the model of the moment, landing Bottega Veneta and Fendi, among others.Look through our gallery to stay up to date on who’s who in the Spring/Summer 2017 fashion campaigns.
For the Golden Globe Awards, most stars opt for expensive jewelry and accessories for their red carpet appearances. However, some fashion trailblazers opt for chic necklaces and hair accessories that anyone can purchase.
The New York Film Critics Circle Awards was held on a very rainy Tuesday night at Tao Downtown in Manhattan. Best actor went to Casey Affleck for his role in Manchester by the Sea, the gut-wrenching family tale of love and loss. Best actress honors went to Isabelle Huppert.
When it comes to red carpet dressing, Cate Blanchett loves to take risks—something she made all the more clear on the press junket circuit while promoting her latest film, Truth. At a recent screening in Los Angeles, the Oscar-winning Aussie chose a white knit Proenza Schouler dress with a high neck and bare shoulders, fresh off the New York runway—paired with crisscrossed Louboutin pumps, an easy updo, and glowing makeup. But she wasn’t the only star with an eye for Proenza this week: Fargo’s leading lady, Kirsten Dunst, showed up to the Season 2 premiere of the hit FX show wearing a sleeveless, olive green leather dress with ruffled hem, also by the label. From Zendaya’s sleek, minimalist Elizabeth and James dress to Lily-Rose Depp’s shoulder-baring, technicolor Chanel top, here are the rest of this week’s best dressed.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Hurrah, the final day of Fashion Month is here! And what better way to go out with a bang than the Louis Vuitton show, one of the most influential collections of every season. On this sunny Wednesday morning, artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière filled the Frank Gehry-designed Louis Vuitton Foundation with 32 tons of high definition screens — making you feel as though you were inside a video game, or as the designer referenced it, “a multi-dimensional digital canvas for a fantasy world.” They projected images of owls, digital motifs, and as the show started, a man talking in a robotic tone about unleashing the potential of your imagination. It was a trippy start (especially sans coffee), although there was nothing virtual about the impressive front row that included Catherine Deneuve, Grimes, Michelle Williams, Alicia Vikander, Kelela, Adèle Exarchopoulos and many more. “I don’t know what to expect, I’m going to be surprised just like anyone else,” Williams, who has fronted the brand for a few seasons, told Yahoo Style upon walking into the venue. The actress, who flew into town just for this show, was thrilled to be there (“I always like being part of a family. It’s nice to have consistency and long relationships”) but was less inclined to discuss her cute new lob with bangs. “This is new-ish,” she said before adding with a laugh, “I don’t know what the hell it is.”Following the show — which featured drool-worthy leather jackets, washed silk jumpsuits, flouncy crop tops (apparently in the virtual future we all get washboard abs, yay!), colorful minibags, slouchy satchels, cool booties, and thick-soled sandals — we snuck backstage to get the skinny on this brave new world from the A-listers on hand. Miranda Kerr already had her favorites in mind, “I love the use of metallics and leather,” she said. “Those cowboy boots were awesome. And those little crop tops. I’m excited to try a lot of the pieces on.”“Do I have to do this in English?,” wondered Exarchopoulos, another face of LV. (Pardon, but yes!) “I am already projecting myself in a lot of pieces. I think each time he is creating a spirit. He’s creating heroines.” Fellow actress Vikander is also one of the brand’s campaign girls, and after pinpointing her favorite looks on a mood board backstage, talked about the cinematic nature of Ghesquière’s work. “I told him that I really want to see the extended version [of all of this] because he combines the inspiration from films and video games…I just want to see the entire world be created,” she said. “He really at some point enter the film world to do a collection or make a film. I think he would be utterly qualified. Yeah, like a brilliant director!” The it actress of the moment is receiving her own Oscar buzz for Danish Girl, something that she can’t quite comprehend.”It’s been a whirlwind wind this year. It’s exciting because these are films that I worked on almost two and a half years ago that are coming out this year. For them to finally be released out to the world to audiences is…well, that’s why you want to tell stories.” With that she was onto the next person to standing on line to greet her. “Hey, cheers,” she said flute in hand. “I love a bit of champagne in the morning!”