Brie Larson hits the Kong: Skull Island premiere. You can add Brie Larson to the list of celebrities who wore red in support of Wednesday’s “A Day Without a Woman” strike, organized by the folks at the Women’s March in conjunction with International Women’s Day. The Kong: Skull Island star took a turn at the film’s premiere in Hollywood Wednesday evening in a dress perfect for the day.
Emma Watson smartened up for the LA premiere of Beauty and the Beast, forgoing her usual Disney princess gowns for a much chicer ensemble. The star wore a strapless black jumpsuit straight off the runway from Oscar de la Renta’s AW17 collection.
What a NYFW! Political messages, Planned Parenthood support, fights raging at a fashion party! Yet in between all of that, there was a lot of amazing fashion! We said bon voyage to homegrown designers like Proenza Schouler and welcomed Raf Simons for Calvin Klein Collection with wide-open arms. And let’s not forget about Yeezy!
On Thursday, hundreds gathered in New York’s Grand Central Terminal to honor the late Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta, whom the U.S. Postal Service commemorated on a series of stamps. Hillary Clinton, Anna Wintour, Michael Bloomberg, and Anderson Cooper all took the stage to share heartfelt remembrances of de la Renta while simultaneously broadcasting messages of inclusion. Hillary Clinton attends the Oscar de la Renta Forever Stamp dedication ceremony at Grand Central Terminal on Feb. 16 in New York City.
Balancing smart and colourful as always, the Duchess of Cambridge sported a magenta skirt suit during an outing on Monday evening. The 35-year-old royal wore the Oscar de la Renta piece to a conference of health writers yesterday, and though it was indeed a bright colour choice – and above the knee – it was also appropriately chic. The peplum jacket along with the box-pleated skirt wasn’t too different from the Duchess’ previous outfit that day, which comprised a bright-red two piece featuring a pencil skirt.
There are three brands that are important to this tale: Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, and Hervé Pierre. The first, Oscar de la Renta, made its initial appearance on Friday on a Trump in the form of an asymmetrical white jacket and trouser set on the back of Ivanka. For fashion insiders, the design seemed to hark back to a pre-fall look from the buzzy label Monse.
Ivanka Trump is all about Oscar de la Renta. On Inauguration Day, the first daughter wore white trousers with an asymmetrical coat from the brand. Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, leave their New York residence on their way to Washington for her father’s inauguration.
When you’ve got A-list guests like the Obamas popping over for dinner, you make sure you dress up. And that’s exactly what the Duchess of Cambridge did last night when she welcomed the US president and his wife to her official residence in Kensington Palace.
The countdown to the Academy Awards is on! And with only a few days to go until the red carpet rolls out for Hollywood’s biggest night, we’re all busy anticipating what our favorite nominated actresses will be wearing. Here are 10 looks we hope the noms will be wearing at the Oscars.
“I wouldn’t say that celebrities are demanding the newest looks,” says stylist Erin Walsh by way of explanation. “I would say, in general, I want to share the best with the people that I have the opportunity to work with.
Diane Kruger never misses a fashion beat, and at the premiere of her newest film, Maryland, she was resplendent once again in a red and white tweed minidress from London-based designer, Simone Rocha. Meanwhile Claire Danes was also red hot in a lace halter dress from Oscar de la Renta while she accepted her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. From Kate Bosworth’s plunging black Dior tuxedo dress to the plunging Alexandra Rich jumpsuit that Lupita Nyong’o wore to visit the Late Show, 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
Is the Red Carpet Now Its Own Form of Entertainment? “Red carpet has become its own entertainment force in itself,” Zac Posen said to Katie Holmes during their shoot for The Hollywood Reporter’s Top 25 Red Carpet Designers issue. “I call it ‘fashiontainment.’” The 34-year-old, who appears on one of four covers with the Dawson’s Creek star, explains that his goal when dressing clients is to empower women to use fashion to get whatever they want creatively in their career. Michael Kors feels similarly. “The dress should make the woman feel like her best self,” the cover star along with longtime muse Blake Lively said of his rule for the red carpet.
It’s been well documented that Peter Copping didn’t start his job as the creative director for the house of Oscar de la Renta under the easiest of circumstances. Since then he’s worked through a few more collections, including bridal and resort, before bringing us to Spain for Spring 2016.
We’ve played Timeless, Time Warp, or Time To Hide? with everyone from Alicia Keys to Sarah Jessica Parker , but no one’s been quite as enthusiastic about their fashion victories as Scandal’s Kerry Washington . “I win!” she exclaims to Yahoo Style contributor Amanda De Cadenet at the end of this particular episode.
The newest ad campaign from Oscar de la Renta starring Carolyn Murphy. (Photo: Oscar de la Renta) Iconic American model Carolyn Murphy stars in the fall/winter 2015 ad campaign forOscar de la Renta , showing off a truly flawless complexion and minimal makeup paired with the stunning designs from the fall collection. The campaign is all things elegant, romantic, and timeless — everything that the house of Oscar de la Renta has always stood for and part of the legacy that creative director Peter Copping is continuing. Murphy shows off a flawless, dewy complexion in the campaign.
Chelsea Clinton shared her recollections of Oscar de la Renta at the CFDA Fashion Awards and shared the fact that the designer created fashions for her and her young daughter.
Photo: Oscar de la Renta Fall/Winter 2016 Collection, Look #42 Not everyone can say they have the privilege of having the world’s most astute and powerful fashion maven, Anna Wintour, act as your personal stylist for Hollywood’s biggest night. Sienna Miller, however, can now proudly raise her hand and say she can—again. Miller, who plays Bradley Cooper’s wife, Taya Kyle, in the film, was seated with Conde Nast Artistic Director Wintour three days before the Oscars at the Calvin Klein show during New York Fashion Week. Anna Wintour and Sienna Miller front and center at the Calvin Klein Fall/Winter show at New York Fashion Week Photo: Related: Kanye Wants Anna Wintour-like Influence Well, as luck would have it, Miller did not wear Calvin Klein (that honor went to Lupita Nyong’o and her pearl dress).
The Oscars might be Hollywood?s biggest night of the year, but when it comes to fashion, most people play it safe. Landing best-dressed lists can earn you major contracts (like Lupita Nyong?o and Lancome), while getting panned by fashion critics can prevent you from getting your hands on the designers of your choice?so it?s not really the best night to take risks. Given the number of fashion lovers nominated in 2015, we hoped that wouldn?t be the case. Sure enough, Sienna Miller, Julianne Moore, and even Reese Witherspoon shook it up.
One of the biggest trends at New York Fashion Week this season is deliberately messy, textured hair. So when hair legend Guido Palau and his team of Redken stylists sent classic French twists down the runway at Oscar de la Renta I was shocked. “I love this idea of this woman who still exists—this beautiful woman who does her hair,” says Palau.
Models wear the Fall 2015 Oscar de la Renta collection. Photo Imaxtree first collection without oscar de la renta fall 2015 copping Peter Copping had big shoes to fill today. In the offices where Oscar de la Renta built his business, Copping showed his first full collection since the beloved designer’s passing. There was his stepdaughter, Eliza Bolen, greeting guests while clutching a white handkerchief, and Barbara Walters looking pensive in the front row.
Photo: Getty Images Oscar de la Renta , who passed away late last year, made an indelible mark in the world of fashion, particularly New York City’s sartorial landscape. But it was still a bit surprising when Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Wednesday night during a press conference that the Dominican designer would have a street named after him. The intersection of Fordham Road and Creston Avenue in the Bronx will be renamed in honor of the de la Renta. Although it is unclear if the designer himself ever frequented that area, it does feature a Right On Coat Store: Brand Names for Less as well as a tattoo parlor.
With the Golden Globe Awards momentum building, we can’t wait to find out who’s wearing what, so we’ve pulled together our own red carpet fashion predictions. These are the outfits that we’d love to see our favorite actresses wear in all of their stylized glory. Canvassing the best of the collections, check out our picks for Jennifer Aniston, Jessica Chastain, Meryl Streep, and more. There is only one more day until excitement unfolds.
Photo: Gamma Rapho/ What a beautiful man Oscar de la Renta was. First lady Jackie Kennedy wearing Oscar de la Renta in March of 1962. He not only dressed Jackie Kennedy and Princess Grace, but stars like Taylor Swift and George Clooney’s bride Amal Alamuddin. He was very tapped into what, or who, was fresh and new—whether it was working with the coolest models (Karlie Kloss closed out his last runway show) or by surrounding himself with a young, savvy team tapped into social media (@oscarprgirl has over 436,000 followers).