The reason behind their wise choice is a hot tip we might all want to remember.
"Modern Family" actress Sarah Hyland, who has talked in the past about the health issues that influence her weight, called out those accusing her of setting an "unhealthy" example.
Few people noticed the Best Actress nominee's subtle sartorial support of the #TimesUp movement on Oscar night. Her husband also wore a pin in solidarity.
From Nyong'o's cat-eye version to Gary Oldman's thick black frames, glasses were an unexpectedly eye-catching accessory at the Oscars. Shop 10 pairs, inspired by the stars, here.
The singer and her actor love stepped out the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, California, after the Academy Awards. Earlier in the night, the two made an appearance at Elton John’s 26th annual AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party.
Sarah Silverman didn't let her glam makeover and peplum-waist gown stop her from cutting up on the Oscars after-party red carpet.
The 22-year-old model turned heads in a thigh-skimming minidress at the "Vanity Fair" Oscar party, suggesting that ball gowns may be on their way out.
Emma Watson showed her support for the #TimesUp movement via some new ink on her arm, though a few eagle-eyed fans are calling it out.
Leave it to Ashley Graham to steal the show — even though she wasn’t invited. While the model didn’t score a coveted ticked to the 2018 Oscars ceremony, she did attend the Vanity Fair after party where she wore a metallic gown that made her one of the best dressed of the night. Graham was also at the event in 2016 and on Instagram she said the red look she wore was one of her favorite dresses.
“It is the vision of the director that takes an ordinary movie and turns it into a work of art,” Stone said before announcing the nominees. “These four men and Greta Gerwig created their own masterpieces this year.
There were a number of trends spotted on the Oscars red carpet Sunday night, including thigh-high slits and plunging necklines . But the most important trend was a color choice that had real symbolic meaning. While this year’s Golden Globes and Grammys had notable dress codes that allowed celebrities to illustrate their solidarity with the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, it seems that standing for equality is ingrained in some people’s style choices regardless of the sartorial rules. Whether done intentionally or not, white was the preferred color of celebs like Jane Fonda , Margot Robbie , and even Timothée Chalamet . White has long been considered a nod to one of the earliest women’s movements, the suffragettes, who were fighting for the right to vote. Because of this, the color has come to signify fairness, equality, and hope. This symbolism was especially evident during Hillary Clinton ‘s 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, which led women to voting booths in white suits to show support for the female presidential hopeful. White roses played an important role at the 2018 Grammys in late January , as a group called Voices in Entertainment made a call for artists to carry the flowers. “We choose the white rose because historically it stands for hope, peace, sympathy, and resistance,” Voices in Entertainment wrote in a letter sent to invitees of the ceremony — and clearly the trend has stuck. Here’s a look at all of the celebrities who wore white for the night. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Everyone loved the powerful ad. The only problem is, people were confused about who the commercial was for. Many took to Twitter to mistakenly give Dove the credit for ... a Twitter ad.
At the Oscars red carpet, Dos Santos and her co-host Rancic weren’t anywhere near the action, while a man who’s been accused of sexual assault was right in the middle of it.
The actress, the presenter this year with Jodie Foster of the award for Best Actor (a notable departure from Oscars tradition), stepped onto the red carpet for Sunday night’s show glowing in a gunmetal Dior gown that matched the award itself.
Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino, who have been considered trailblazers in the #MeToo movement, pleasantly surprised viewers by arriving on the red carpet together.
Hollywood's biggest night of the year -- the 2018 Academy Awards -- has finally arrived and there wasn't a gown too sparkly or too dramatic on the red carpet. Sparkles and sequins filled the red carpet, as well as gowns in bold hues (we're looking at you Viola Davis!), and it's safe to say that stars brought their A-game this time around. Jennifer Garner shut down the red carpet in an electric blue Versace gown that hugged every inch of her flawless figure.
And Twitter is torn; many are protesting Ryan Seacrest on the Oscars red carpet by watching another channel, whereas many others don’t trust any other channels for red carpets.
Kathy Griffin wants to help Suzie Hardy, the stylist who accused Ryan Seacrest of sexual misconduct, because no one did the same for her after she faced public backlash for appearing in a photo shoot in which she held a bloodied severed fake head of President Trump. “Hey Suzie Hardy, I will do for you that which no one did for me after May 30,” the 57-year-old comedienne tweeted on Sunday night. “After you were brave enough to speak out I’m happy to offer you a job as my stylist to dress me this week for Jimmy Kimmel and Real Time & I’ll PAY you.
Sandra Bullock rarely hits the red carpet these days ... but when she does, it's for Hollywood's biggest night of the year!
Jennifer Garner arrived at the 2018 Oscars on Sunday night and it's safe to say her look stole the show! The 45-year-old actress stunned in a royal blue gown that hugged every inch of her flawless figure. The brunette beauty totally worked it on the red carpet, striking a number of different poses. Gina Rodriguez, Taraji P. Henson and more stars also had heads turning with their incredible Oscars looks.