Diane Kruger in Valentino
What is sometimes better than the Oscars red carpet, themselves? The second outfits worn to the after parties directly after the award show. We’ve got your roundup!
Taylor Swift didn’t want you to miss her white girl dancing during the Kendrick Lamar x Imagine Dragons performance.
Tina Fey in Carolina Herrera and Amy Poehler in custom Stella McCartney
Happy Monday readers! Yesterday brought out some of the best in red carpet wear and along with that…some of the worse. We’re kicking off this red carpet post, however, with the best hosts this show has ever seen. Luckily for us, we get them for another year!
It’s almost like we can always expect something a little outrageous and whimsical from Jennifer Lawrence at these kinds of events. We’re okay with it.
Jennifer Lawrence took home a Golden Globe this evening for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for American Hustle.
Miley Cyrus in vintage Dolce & Gabbana
Unfortunately, I was up in the air en route to San Jose this past Sunday while the MTV Video Music Awards was happening and had to miss the entire show! Just as I was getting into my seat a video was released of Justin Timberlake’s performance, but as expected I had to put my phone away RIGHT before the *NSYNC reunion. Just my luck. Coming home today, I was hoping to watch the show on my OnDemand, but reached another dead end when I saw that it hadn’t been released! So as I write this post, I haven’t seen anything, but I’ve heard lots of opinions regarding Miley Cyrus and some of the outfit choices. Here are some of the outfits worth mentioning.
Here’s your dosage of cuteness for the day.
I’ve already posted this cover of Fifth Harmony doing Taylor Swift’s “Red,” but I think this one is a little bit more upbeat.
I typically never watch the Billboard Music Awards or any other music awards show for that matter, but last night’s events were so entertaining I couldn’t turn away. For one, Christina Aguilera was making a comeback with her new look and the whole world approved. Taylor Swift had some sass and we liked it. Justin Bieber got booed and it was hilarious because he openly said that he should be “taken seriously as an artist.” Kind of fell into that one, didn’t he? Miguel’s dramatic jump landed himself in a fan’s face and it was also a little bit funny. To top it all off, the fashion was on point. Here are my favorite looks:
Hayden Panettiere in Halston Heritage
Her introducing Macklemore & Ryan Lewis was more than a little awkward, but it’s okay because she probably thought she was really clever with it. Do you Hayden.
Did we just want to become Taylor’s best friend after viewing this GIF? Oh yes, we did. And it’s because we’d probably give the same reaction as she did. Call it immature, call it whatever you want, it is what it is and at the end of the day when you say your best friend kissing their ex, it makes you just want to go “blagh!”
And … this GIF, it is just straight LOL.
It’s the biggest night in fashion of the year and for the past four years, we have been covering the annual Met Gala. This year’s theme was Punk: Chaos to Couture and the celebrities did it well. Here – Dakota Fanning looks phenomenal in Rodarte.
All photos by Style
Click the cut below for more amazing looks from your favorite celebrities, designers, and models.
It used to take me over six months to go back to a blog that I haven’t visited in a while. With my new routine and schedule and the absence of homework, I am able to get through my blogs a lot quicker which frees up more time for me to be creative and to spend more time on posts that mean a lot to me instead of just posting and being done with it. Most of the photographs in this A Collection post came from one blog and go figure it’s called Thriving Twenties so of course we can relate hence why we love it.
The girls of Fifth Harmony covering Taylor Swift’s “Red.”
When Tina Fey and Amy Poehler cracked a joke about Taylor Swift possibly going after Michael J. Fox’s son at the Oscars, it was the highlight of my evening. I mean, c’mon it was funny, right? Well apparently, Miss Taylor Swift didn’t find any humor in it and has been quoted by Vanity Fair giving a somewhat cryptic, but obvious comeback:
“You know, Katie Couric is one of my favorite people, because she said to me she had heard a quote that she loved, that said, ‘There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.’”
Um. Sorry Taylor, but personally I don’t think Tina and Amy can go to hell for making a quip at you. They weren’t the first to do so and they probably won’t be the last, but the ever-so-classy Amy Poehler returned her comment with the following:
“Aw, I feel bad if she was upset. I am a feminist and she is a young and talented girl. That being said, I do agree I am going to hell. But for other reasons. Mostly boring tax stuff. “
To read the rest of the funny Gawker article, click here.