Carrie Underwood

Three Stars We Can't Wait to See at the Country Music Awards Wednesday

Nov/05/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood CMAsGetty; Splash News Online; Filmmagic

To many, country music’s biggest night means lots of major fashion moments. From allover sequins to the inevitable cowboy boot/mini dress combo, head-turning style has become synonymous with the Country Music Awards. And there are three notable ladies we know won’t disappoint on Wednesday night’s red carpet. Read More

Vote: Which Celeb Smile Do You Want?

Sep/12/2013 at 07:08 PM ET

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Celebs are always flashing their pearly whites on the red carpet, and we’re always amazed by how perfectly flawless their teeth are. But who has the best smile in Hollywood? We narrowed it down to some or our favorites and need you to weigh in for an upcoming story. Vote below, and feel free to share your comments as well. Then check out our November issue for the results!

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Chic Clicks: Go Behind the Scenes of Jennifer Lawrence's Vogue Shoot

Aug/12/2013 at 03:27 PM ET

–Watch Jennifer Lawrence lean against a tree, play with puppies and give her best “I’m sexy and I know it” face (while wearing couture of course!) in this clip from her Vogue cover shoot [Vogue]

–Kick off your week with some serious bikini bargains. Save 35% on four items from the Basta Surf collection (featured in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue) [Swim Daily]

–Calling all One Direction fans: Catch this teaser of the boy band’s new fragrance commercial starring Louis Tomlinson [Twitter]

–First Selena Gomez. Now, Carrie Underwood! The country queen is launching her own Nicole by OPI nail polish collection (available in January), featuring 14 fresh hues with names like “Carrie’d Away” and “Southern Charm” [Nicole by OPI]

–We’re accustomed to seeing Adam Driver sans clothes on Girls. But the actor looks good in a classic pair of jeans. You’ll want to check out his new ads for Gap’s “Back to Blue” campaign [British GQ]

Buy Your Favorite Country Star's Clothes For a Good Cause!

Aug/09/2013 at 01:26 PM ET

Carrie Underwood dress auctionFrank Micelotta/Invision/AP; Courtesy Edropoff

Calling all country style fans! Want to own a piece from Carrie Underwood’s closet (like her aqua Edition by Georges Chakra short suit from the CMT Awards)? Now you can.

The luxury consignment service eDrop-off just upped its inventory by teaming with Carrie, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton and other country stars to auction off their one-of-a-kind pieces for an amazing cause: rebuilding Oklahoma in the wake of the devastation caused by May’s tornadoes.

“Country Music has such a loving and supportive community, and I am honored to be part of this amazing project and donate eDrop-Off’s services to raise money to help rebuild Oklahoma, ” Corri McFadden, owner and founder of eDrop-Off, says in a statement.

So how does it work? Bid on the items here from August 9 through August 18. Prices start at $18.99, but Carrie’s sequin stunner is already over $250, and Miranda’s chain-embellished Jovani mini from this year’s ACM’s jumped to over $100 on Day 1.

Tell us: Which look are you bidding for?

Miranda Lambert dress auctionEthan Miller/Getty

–Rosie Lai

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Red Carpet Trend Report: Center Parts, Flirty Dresses and the Shoes You Can Toss Now

Mar/22/2013 at 04:00 PM ET

Carrie Underwood, Kiernan ShipkaJason LaVeris/FilmMagic; Amanda Edwards/WireImage; Brian Rasic/Rex

Looking to do a little spring cleaning this weekend? Here’s a handy guide to the hair and
clothing styles that stars are loving more than ever these days — as well as one that’s starting to fizzle.

Up: Center parts. After years of side-parted, beachy waves, it looks like we’re heading into the “center-parted, stick straight” phase of popular hairstyles. In addition to Jessica Szhor, we saw this dramatic do on Lana Del Rey, Kaley Cuoco and Emilia Clarke. Warning: this hairstyle is not for everyone, but if you’re feeling flatiron-happy these days, now’s your moment.
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The Grammys Beauty Breakdown: Nail Art Edition

Feb/11/2013 at 10:30 AM ET

The dresses may have been rather safe at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, but some stars went bold with at least one part of their look: their nails. Celebs from Carly Rae Jepsen (rocking diamond-dusted nails) to Kelly Clarkson (in a yet-to-be-named Deborah Lippman shade) sported killer polish, but we narrowed it down to four stars whose manis really stood out.

Grammy Nails Rihanna, Miranda LambertWireImage; Inset: Getty; WireImage; Inset: Getty

Rihanna: She went for a modest gown, but the singer brought her signature sexiness with ’80-inspired square-shape crazy-long talons. “She wanted to match her dress perfectly with an orange-red color, so we blended two colors to come up with the perfect look,” her manicurist Kimmie Kyees tells PEOPLE. (She used a mix of Ooo La Liscious and Red Carpet Reddy by Red Carpet Manicure LED gel polish.)

Miranda Lambert: Adding a pop of blue with mini triangles on the base of her nail beds, Lambert added a funky twist to her ladylike rounded champagne numbers. (Her manicurist, Naja Rickette, used colors from the Azature Black Diamond Collection, including blue and champagne.)

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Carrie Underwood's Glowing Grammys Dress: All the Scoop

Feb/11/2013 at 12:25 AM ET

Carrie Underwood Light-Up Grammy Gown Kevork Djansezian/Getty; John Shearer/Invision/AP (2)

We can’t say we were surprised to see that Carrie Underwood had ditched her form-fitting Roberto Cavalli number for a princess-y silver gown to perform her song “Blown Away” at the Grammys Sunday night. When glowing paisley details began to unscroll across her full skirt, however? We definitely didn’t see that coming.

“We wanted it to be artful and dramatic,” Underwood told reporters backstage. “I just like to stand still and sing sometimes, so this seemed like the best way I could do that and still create something visually attention-capturing.” On the technology behind it, she was a little more tight-lipped, saying “I guess I probably shouldn’t tell my secret, should I?” — but luckily, we’ve already got the inside info.

To perform the song that won her best solo country performance, the superstar donned a custom Theia gown designed specifically for the vivid light show. The line’s creative director Don O’Neill sourced fabric for the 4 feet 5 inches-wide skirt that had to be approved by both Underwood’s stylist, Trish Townsend, as well as the video team creating the special effects.

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