The 2017 Academy Awards is the hottest night of the year for Hollywood royalty to showcase their most fashionable looks. We grade the most outstanding styles worn by the standout stars on the red carpet (for better or for worse). Click through the gallery to see how your fav celebs fared! Let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA
It seems a growing number of stars have taken on one of Hollywood’s favourite trends: wearing a wedding dress when you’re not supposed to. Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are reliving their own matrimonial moment, with Teigen emerging in a white Zuhair Murad gown with intricate gold beading and a floor-length cape. Worn in effortless glamour, she’s one of many fashionable faux brides who took over the Oscars red carpet this year. ALSO SEE: The best Oscars dresses of all time While tulle skirts and shoulderless bodices continue flood the award show, we’re listing the style stars serving up serious wedding gown inspiration. Click through the gallery for more loved-up looks. Let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA .
The Oscars red carpet can be something like the style Olympics. Hollywood A-listers arrive in their finest threads, with hopes not only to take home a golden statue — but to wow spectators and create rippling trends (however temporary they may be). ALSO SEE: A Look Back at Outrageous Oscars Style — and Why It Would Never Happen Today There are, however, a select few, whose genius style choices earn them the lasting title of best dressed show-goers of all time! Take for instance, Angelina Jolie who nailed edge and elegance in a Marc Bouwer gown in 2004 — or Lupita Nyongo’s timeless display of strength and feminitity in sky-coloured Prada.
An eventful night at the Grammys left the Internet swirling with photos of Bey’s sparkling baby bump, Gaga’s daring underboob look and Joy Villa’s political statement dress — the very headlines that left some of the night’s most flavourful fashion moments in the shadows. We’ve managed to uncover more stye cues from the stars who posed front-to-back at the world’s biggest night in music — from Villa’s final salute to President Trump to Celine Dion’s cutout gown — and lets not forget Klum’s butt skimming shirt-dress. ALSO SEE: Travis Barker’s pre-teen daughter makes a very grown up style choice Want to see more? Click through the gallery for the Grammys hidden style moments.
A very pregnant Beyoncé, having recently announced she’s expecting twins, stunned onlookers tonight as she took the Grammy stage in shimmering gold gown and halo-style headpiece for a show-stopping performance. The “Formation” singer was nominated for a whopping nine Grammy awards — and given her track record, you can guarantee she won’t go home empty handed. ALSO SEE: The most memorable Grammy red carpet looks ever While Bey’s pregnant belly is making headlines across the globe, she isn’t the only star who’s decorated her baby bump for the award show. From Chrissy Teigen to Gwen Stefani, click through to gallery for more megastars who’ve also arrived pregnant to the Grammys.
Blu Ivy proved she’s a daddy’s girl at the Grammy Awards on Sunday — the five-year-old took her father’s lap in a Gucci tuxedo as they watched a very pregnant Beyonce in an elaborate performance.
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards are in full swing and we’re seeing some of the world’s top performers arrive in absolute style. Some of the stars, however, are sharing more than just good looks with paps — bringing along their youngsters to help work the cam! The mini-me rockstars look as sharp as the famed parents tonight: Korn guitarist James Shaffer is shared a show-stopping daddy moment with his 4-year-old son D’Angelo. While EDM’s Diplo lit up the red carpet with sons Lazor and Locket in suave matching suits.
When you place some of the world’s most artistic beings in the same room, you’re guaranteed statements will be made. And while the Grammys exist to celebrate leaders in music, it also allows for a huge night in fashion — an opportunity seldom overlooked by attendees. Through the years, we’ve seen some unforgettable style moment; from glittering glamour, to the oozing sex-appeal to downright questionable. You can click through the gallery to see the most memorable Grammy fashion moments of all time!
From plunging necklines to tried-and-true black, to sequins and metallics (and don’t forget the big, gaudy jewelry) — the stars strutted the red carpet in a startling variety of gowns, accessories and traditional tuxes at the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards! Here are the 7 hottest fashion trends we spotted. Let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA!
Being the first major awards ceremony of the year, the Golden Globes is a hot opportunity for Hollywood’s elite to turn heads on the red carpet — and let’s be honest, being on the best dressed list is almost as glamorous as winning a Globe itself. From slumming it in tank tops to rocking greasy locks to attire you could only describe as “Dear God, what were you thinking (Courtney Love)?” — here's a look back at the worst Golden Globes looks of all time. Don’t forget to check out our Golden Globes gallery on the best looks of all time, as well as Yahoo Canada Style on Sunday, Jan. 8 for up-to-the-minute Golden Globes coverage!
From Lucille Ball‘s curly pompadour and Jennifer Aniston’s blond dreadlocks to Eva Longoria’s green, smoky eyes, these are the memorable makeup looks and hairstyles that took the Emmys red carpet by storm.
Our favourite Hollywood heavyweights graced Canada with their presence on Sunday night for the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards – and they didn’t disappoint when it came to red carpet style. Aside from the on-point outfits, the beauty looks were absolutely stunning! From Hailey Baldwin to Gigi Hadid to Lucy Hale, scroll through the gallery above to see our favourite red carpet beauty looks from the 2016 MMVAs. Don’t agree with us?
Saoirse Ronan rocked edgy, winged liner to the premiere of her new film, Brooklyn. “I added dimension to her face by brushing on Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Color SPF 15 in N°20 ($58) to her forehead, and underneath her cheekbones,” says Quynh.