Carey Mulligan

Carey Mulligan Goes Back to Brunette

Sep/30/2013 at 08:59 AM ET

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You were probably too busy watching football (and/or live-Tweeting the Breaking Bad finale) to notice there was a big celebrity hair change this weekend: Carey Mulligan is no longer a blonde.
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Celebrity Double Take: Carey Mulligan Rewears Her Lanvin Look

May/20/2013 at 02:27 PM ET

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There are a few things we know Carey Mulligan loves on a red carpet: Black and white. Funky jackets. And a bold statement shoe.

And apparently she found an outfit that meets all those criteria so well, she wanted to wear it again before the month was out!

Mulligan first wore this Lanvin suit (featuring an off-white tuxedo jacket, silk pants and a matching top) and Christian Louboutin “Miyousra” heels at a Good Morning America appearance on May 1.

RELATED PHOTOS: See what everyone else is wearing to Cannes this week!
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Was There a Cannes Dress Code Memo and We Just Missed It?

May/20/2013 at 12:52 PM ET

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If you’ve been following Cannes fashion as avidly as we have over the past week, you’ve likely noticed a few things. Namely, that everyone appears to be wearing black. Or white. Or (wait for it) black and white.

It’s a graphic, sleek and chic look that’s easy for any star to pull off — ease being a must during a week when it’s been pouring every day, so stars have more important things to worry about (like keeping their hair dry) than, say, coordinating a full outfit.

PHOTOS: See all the killer looks from Cannes so far!
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Three Things We Must Discuss: Cannes Edition

May/16/2013 at 01:21 PM ET

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Cannes just keeps getting better and better, but with all the dresses, jewels and fabulous shoes parading by, it’s possible to miss some of the details. Here, we call out three things you’ve gotta see before the next round of gowns this evening.

Carey Mulligan’s Majorly Expensive Earrings: It’s no surprise to see mega-watt jewels on the red carpet at the French film festival (Chopard is an official partner, after all), but even with all that bling, it’s still possible to stop us in our tracks. Mulligan did just that at the Great Gatsby premiere, accenting her pale pink Dior Haute Couture gown with red lips — and a pair of Tiffany & Co. diamond earrings from the Blue Book Collection worth $1.15 million. Add another $112,000 in diamonds in her bracelet and we think she’s got a jewelry collection even Daisy Buchanan would envy.

RELATED: See what all the stars have worn to Cannes so far!
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Chic Clicks: Watch Amanda Seyfried's Seductive Givenchy Commercial; Plus, Is Suri Cruise Starting a Clothing Line?

May/10/2013 at 03:15 PM ET

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Amanda Seyfried performs her best “mysterious caped-crusader turned sexy goddess” act for Givenchy’s Very Irr├ęsistible TV spot [The Gloss]

–Send your mom one of these amusing e-cards with messages from Kim Kardashian, Will Ferrell, Seth MacFarlane and more stars — and donate to women’s cancer research at the same time [Noreen Fraser Foundation]

–Check out Carey Mulligan’s long, brunette locks (and bangs!?) in this trailer for the new Coen brothers flick (Bonus: Justin Timberlake is her co-star) [Refinery 29]

–Sigh … Pint-sized fashionista Suri Cruise won’t be bringing her kitten heels, furry coats or ballet dresses to a store near you, according to Katie Holmes‘s rep [Vogue UK]

–Lust over Karl Lagerfeld’s Resort 2014 cruise collection for Chanel, and get really jealous of supermodel Cara Delevingne’s ab-tastic stomach [Racked]

The Great Gatsby finally hits theaters this weekend. So before you drool into your popcorn watching Leonardo DiCaprio, drool over these costumes Miuccia Prada created for Baz Luhrmann’s film [Fashionologie]

Five Celeb Sunglasses Styles We're Loving Right Now

May/06/2013 at 04:16 PM ET

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You’ll pry our basic black Wayfarers from our cold, dead hands, but that doesn’t mean we can’t admire some of the coolest shades celebs are wearing these days.

We rounded up five of our favorite styles that we’ve been seeing on stars on the street — whether you want to shop the actual pricey pairs or use this as inspiration is up to you.

Clockwise from top left: We love Sienna Miller‘s spunky $385 Karen Walker “Anywhere” shades, with their oversized tortoiseshell frames; Carey Mulligan’s slightly rounded square pair project classic elegance; Heidi Klum raises eyebrows with an ombré butterfly style; Julianne Hough gets a little punk-y with Vivienne Westwood Anglomania cat-eye frames; and Kate Moss takes the cat-eye to the next level with über-exaggerated, speckled Stella McCartney cat eyes.

RELATED: Check out even more star-loved accessories!

After staring at these pics for a while, we actually might be tempted to cheat on our classic sunnies for something a little sassier. What do you think?

–Alex Apatoff

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Met Gala Gown Madness: We Pick Our Five Favorites of the Past Decade

May/03/2013 at 01:30 PM ET

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala is like fashion Christmas at the PEOPLE StyleWatch offices. Last year we included 73 gorgeous gowns in our gallery because we just had to share all the stunners with you. And because we love a challenge, we each agonized over our favorite Met Gala gowns from the past to get you excited for Monday night’s big bash.

Are you as fashion-obsessed as we are? Make sure to join us tonight starting at 7 p.m. EST for tons of coverage of the gowns, beauty and more — including a possible sighting of Kim Kardashian in punk attire. You won’t want to miss it!
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