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Bradley Cooper and Amy Adams Sport Some Surprising Post-Shower Looks

Mar/20/2013 at 01:30 PM ET

Bradley Cooper curlersINF; Pacific Coast News

Do not adjust your screen: that is a Sexiest Man Alive in curlers.

Two of Hollywood’s hottest stars, Bradley Cooper and Amy Adams, have been seen sporting some very unusual hairstyles.

First, Cooper was seen exiting his trailer with one thing we recognized (that would be his manly bared chest) and one thing that threw us for a loop: lots of tiny pink curlers. Apparently, that perm he tried out back in February is here to stay.

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Exclusive: The Inspiration Behind Amy Adams's Oscar Gown

Feb/25/2013 at 06:00 PM ET

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Some stars like Anne Hathaway decided on their Oscar gowns last minute, but Amy Adams was not one of them. It turns out the silver-gray Oscar de la Renta dress with a beaded bodice and a dramatic tulle-embellished skirt (which we named one of our favorites of the night) was a choice that took a lot of thought and time.

Adams’s stylist Cristina Ehrlich tells PEOPLE that an old black-and-white photograph, which Adams came across, inspired the dress. “[Adams found photos] that were shown to Mr. de la Renta,” Ehrlich says. But one shot of a model walking into a doorway struck a cord with the iconic designer. “It was sort of a real ‘aha’ moment for him when he saw this one specific photograph.”

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Three Things From the NYFW Runways That You've Gotta See

Feb/11/2013 at 06:02 PM ET

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Between the famous front rows and the outrageous street style outside the tents, the fashion on the runways can feel like it’s being overlooked. So here are the three things you shouldn’t miss from some of our favorite shows over the past few days.

Alexander Wang ponytails: Wang’s spring show — the last before he takes over the helm at Balenciaga — was hotly anticipated by insiders. And while the clothes lived up to the hype, the hair was really what had editors buzzing. Redken creative director Guido pulled models’ hair back into a slick pony with the line’s “Hardwear 16″ gel, then attached red extensions for a long, dramatic two-tone look. Since ombré’s been hot in Hollywood for a while now, we expect to see this next-level look on red carpets soon.
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Red Carpet Trend Report: The Scoop on Polka Dots, Cropped Sweaters & Sexy Slits

Feb/01/2013 at 06:00 PM ET

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What made its way on our fashion radar this week? A classic pattern that’s making a strong comeback and a sweater style we haven’t worn since middle school. We expect to see more of these looks at all the various awards season parties and events. What we hope we don’t spot: A certain frock that reveals way too much skin.

Up: Polka Dots. The retro print made a major comeback this week. Emmy Rossum stepped out in a navy-and-white Stop Staring number (it’s just $170!) and Amy Adams slipped into an elegant black-and-white peplum Jenny Packham design.

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This Week's Best Dressed Star: Halle Berry

Jan/19/2013 at 12:00 PM ET

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Her Golden Globes number didn’t get the best reviews, but it’s okay — Halle Berry had already made jaws drop the day before. The star’s striking red Monique Lhuillier dress — yep, the one with the thigh-high slit and structured neckline — was the most loved look of the week.

Berry’s gown, worn to the BET Honors in Washington, D.C., earned more than 12,000 “love” votes from PEOPLE.com readers, giving it the top spot on our best dressed list. She finished off the va-va-voom look with Karine Sultan jewels and sexy Brian Atwood sandals.

PHOTOS: SEE THE TOP 10 BEST DRESSED STARS ON PEOPLE.COM THIS WEEK!

And while Berry went sultry, this week’s runner-up, Amy Adams, went soft and ladylike in a strapless lilac lace Elie Saab dress paired with nude pumps and stunning Tiffany & Co. earrings at the LAFCA Awards in L.A.

Click here to see the other stars that earned a spot in the top 10; if you don’t agree with the picks, you have the power to change them by voting for your favorites. Tell us: Does Berry deserve the title this week? If not, who does?

–Jennifer Cress

The Lipstick Report: Golden Globes Edition

Jan/14/2013 at 01:00 PM ET

Red was the color of the night when it came to gowns, but there was hardly a red lip to be seen on any star at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night. Instead, we spotted a sea of pink, plum, fuchsia and nude pouts; here are the 11 ladies whose lip colors we loved and the exact shade they were wearing.

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Amy Adams: To ensure that her delicate blush Marchesa gown didn’t wash her out, Adams’s makeup artist, Stephen Sollitto, went for a richer lip. He applied Laura Mercier Crème Smooth Lip Colour in Plum Orchid underneath the line’s Lip Glacé in Raspberry for a hint of shine. The results? One pretty pink pout.

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Kristen Stewart, Amy Adams a 'Dream' to Dress in 'On the Road'

Dec/20/2012 at 09:00 AM ET

Kristen Stewart On the RoadMichele K. Short

Sure, one of the more notable scenes in the new movie On the Road actually features an actress without clothes, but costume designer Danny Glicker promises that audiences will be blown away by the film’s clothes. And with all of the work he put into these looks, they’d better be.

“It was a hugely immersive research period,” Glicker (who was nominated for an Oscar for his work on Milk) tells PEOPLE. “We obviously started with the script, but then I really had to reconstruct Jack Kerouac’s entire journey, so that we’d have a reference point for every place that the characters go.”

The film takes viewers on a trip that extends throughout the U.S. and Mexico of the 1950s, so Glicker says he “had to look with a fresh set of eyes at what the countries really did look like back then, in post-war America.”

However, a perk of the job was dressing the film’s leads: Kristen Stewart, Amy Adams and Kirsten Dunst. “It was a dream,” Glicker says. “They were amazing. I had so much fun with all of them.”

Glicker says each woman “had a very specific piece of the puzzle. Kristen and I worked super closely together — she was so committed to the role,” he shares. “And to see her intelligence and awareness of how clothing can inform every aspect of her understanding of a character … that was pure pleasure.”

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