Since the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards caters to the younger market, you’re sure to spot a number of stylish and wardrobe-experimental dudes on the red carpet, or in this year’s case—the orange carpet.
(L-R) Musicians Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas of The Jonas Brothers suited up in different designer labels. Kevin’s suit and shoes were by Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers; Joe wore a Hugo suit and Sperry Topsider shoes; while Nick opted for a D&G suit.
It’s in the kicks, I’m tellin’ ya! Singer Justin Bieber spruces up what would have been another monochrome outfit with his neon green sneaks.
The Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards just wrapped up this weekend, and it was a battle between the grownups and teens for the best dressed votes. See which age group won.
Hooray for fashionistas! They dare challenge fashion convention and make us look forward to their red carpet photos because we know they won’t be wearing the usual glam gowns.
See which celebs rose to the occasion at the UK Elle Style Awards last Tuesday.
Now you know why there were named Elle’s Style Icons of 2010. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen rocked their own signature styles—Mary-Kate in her gothic Lanvin, and Ashley in her tulle couture Christian Lacroix.
I don’t know who else could rock a python-print gown. Supermodel Naomi Campbell, 39, was given the Outstanding Contribution award for her 25-year career and her work as global patron of The White Ribbon Alliance (WRA), which promotes safe pregnancy. She dedicated her award to the late Alexander McQueen.
Last Sunday’s British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards brought out some pretty interesting looks. Here are those whose ensembles screamed, “Check me out!”
Always the reserved one in red carpet appearances, Kristen Stewart still managed to please fashion critics with this strapless Chanel minidress. She also won the Orange Rising Star Award—the only prize to be voted for by the public.
View the complete list of winners and highlights here.
If you missed last night’s BAFTA Awards, here are my favorite highlights:
HRH Prince William was greeted with the biggest cheers from the crowd at the Royal Opera House in London. A celebrity in his own right, he signed autographs and posed for fans at the red carpet. It was also a night to remember because Prince William was announced as Lord Attenborough’s successor to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA)’s Presidency.
Although she was at the same venue, Kristen stayed away from Robert Pattinson that night. The papz couldn’t snap a photograph of the couple together. She did have something to smile about; the actress took home the Orange Rising Star Award—the only prize to be voted for by the public.
David Bowie’s son Duncan Jones bagged the award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director, or Producer for his film Moon. In his emotional speech, he told the audience that it took him his whole life to realize that he wanted to be a filmmaker. “Wow, thank you so much. I didn’t actually realize how much this meant to me,” he said. “It’s taken me an awful long time to know what I wanted to do with my life. Finally, I think I’ve found what I love doing and I just want to thank everyone who helped me get there.”
War movie The Hurt Locker bagged the most awards that night—Best Film, Best Editing, Best Sound, Best Cinematography, Best Director for Kathryn Bigelow, and Best Original Screenplay. Photographed above are (L-R) Mark Boal, Kathryn Bigelow, Greg Shapiro and Nicholas Chartier.
At yesterday’s amfAR New York Gala, Lady Gaga arrives in what seems to be a pearl-decked outfit. Of course her hair and makeup had to match.
Who in the world is that woman trying to out-Gaga the Gaga? Why, it’s ’80s popstar Cyndi Lauper! Both women are M.A.C. Viva Glam spokespersons and M.A.C. happens to be one of the event’s sponsors. Sorry, Cyndi, but you’ve had your moment decades ago; it’s Lady Gaga’s world now.
Here’s a closer look at Lady Gaga’s pearly whites, and if you care to know, the shade of M.A.C. lipstick she wore that night:
The event helped kick off New York’s Fall 2010 Fashion Week, and as predicted, Lady Gaga’s performance made it worthwhile.
What’s a Grammy show without those who’d dare stun us with their choice of threads, crazy antics, or mere celebrity presence? Read on to see why these five stars incurred a little gasp from yours truly.
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Last night’s gathering of entertainers brought out a new trend for red-carpet dressing. Perhaps it’s the 2010 bug where fashionistas are out to challenge the conventional “glam-glam-glam” mantra. Here are my top 10 picks for the Grammy’s best dressed, in no particular order.
Before the show, Katy Perry tweeted: “[sic] I’m excited 4 today, all the performances r going to be fab & beauty is gonna be on point! Today I’m channeling Indian Betty Paige princess!” It looks like her Zac Posen dress did the job.
Rihanna brushed off rumors that she was blacklisted from the Grammys. Her Elie Saab Haute Couture gown made the feathered collar a must-have fashion detail.
See the winners and highlights here.
It’s not always about the Oscars and Emmys. There are other less-known award shows where stars go to show off their best threads. At last Saturday’s Directors Guild of America Awards, some celebs made our heads turn with their choice of ensembles.
Interested to see who took home awards? Visit DGA here.
I’m getting quite tired of the predictable jewel tones and monochrome gowns that the stars usually wear to awards shows and red carpet events. For last Saturday’s SAG Awards, my picks for best dressed were the stars who donned prints and beads.
Nicole Kidman (third from left) took a break from her usual monochrome red carpet gowns and slipped into a sequined and embroidered Oscar de la Renta gown. Here, she is onstage with fellow actresses (L-R) Marion Cotillard, Kate Hudson, and Penelope Cruz.
Sandra Bullock not only won Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for The Blind Side, but also got the fashion police’s nod in this black and blue-trimmed Alexander McQueen gown.
See the complete list of winners and highlights of the 2010 SAG Awards here.
In just three hours, 10,000 people grabbed the free passes to the 2009 MTV European Music Awards in Berlin, in honor of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. How ironic that the organizers mounted a 12-foot wall at the venue to keep those without tickets from watching the show.
That didnâ€™t stop the musical guests from giving earth-shaking performances. Beyonce Knowles not only bagged the best female artist award and best song award for â€œHalo,â€ but also wowed the audience with her racy red outfit as she performed her hit â€œSweet Dreams.â€
Wall-to-wall would be an understatement for Katy Perryâ€™s costume changes and hosting skills. From her various red carpet frocks to her glittering stage costumes, Perryâ€™s wardrobe did not disappoint fans that night.
Other highlights included performances by Green Day, Tokio Hotel and Leona Lewis. For a complete list of winners and a gallery of red carpet garbs, visit the official MTV Euro site.
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The best place for celebs to show off their hot designer duds is in the VIP section of fashion shows. Check out these Hollywood fashionistas who managed to steal the attention away from the catwalks at the Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2010. Who wins your vote for best dressed?
It’s every girl’s nightmare – going to a party and finding another girl wearing the exact same dress. Pink and Shakira didn’t seem to mind, though. Take a look at that photo, courtesy of US Magazine. They even seem to be having a great time, don’t they? So who wore the dress better?
I didn’t know that Hugh Jackman could sing! And he could dance too. I don’t know much about his opening number as host of the Oscars but the theme of his opening speech was “downsizing.” He said that there was no budget for the opening number so he did one anyway. Pretty different but pretty cool, I think. He really is a hunk.
Yeah, we’ve heard that before – from every other Hollywood couple that has been linked. When asked on the red carpet about this rumor, Freida went as far as to say that her Slumdog co-stars are “not interested” in her. I’m pretty sure they’re all interested in the Oscar.
That’s what everyone is saying about the Oscars, despite the fact that organizers are doing all that they can to shake things up more than a little bit. I suppose that the fact that most everyone knows which and who are going to win – or at least we think we do – makes the prospect of spending the evening watching the Oscars not so exciting. Are you watching?
It seems that it has been ages since we saw and heard Whitney Houston, once considered one of the greatest divas. Over the weekend, though, she showed the world that she is back by performing at a pre-Grammy party in honor of Clive Davis. It seems that her story’s happy ending is here at last. Welcome back, girl!
The Emmys is one of Hollywood’s biggest events — and the stars came out in top form. See the best of the Red Carpet.
Pierce Brosnan and Meryl Streep cuddle up for the cameras at the Mama Mia!. premiere. “I said yes to it for Meryl,” Brosnan told PEOPLE about starring in the movie musical. “She has an intoxicating way about her as an actor, as a human being, as a woman.”