Emily Blunt

Really Beautiful Pictures of Gorgeous People Wearing Nice Jewelry

Oct/16/2014 at 04:59 PM ET

It’s almost the weekend, and you’ve done a great job at work all week and looked really cute doing it. Congratulations! Let’s celebrate with some stunning black-and-white photos of your favorite stars posing in some Old Hollywood-esque ads for IWC’s “Portofino” watch collection, shall we?

IWC watches campaignCourtesy Peter Lindbergh

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George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's Wedding: Even the Guests Were Impeccably Dressed

Oct/02/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

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It’s impossible not to obsess over Amal Alammuddin’s epic wedding wardrobe. But the incredible outfits her A-list guests arrived in to attend her Sept. 27 nuptials to George Clooney are totally worthy of some attention too. Let’s look back.

Luciana Barrose, Emily Blunt and Cindy Crawford George Clooney's weddingGC(2); Bauer Griffin

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Charlize Theron Beats Out Some Stiff Competition in This Week's Best Dressed Race

May/31/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

If you were a) a star and b) promoting a movie this week, then chances are you had a shot at nabbing this week’s Best Dressed title. From Emily Blunt’s whirlwind promotional tour to Charlize Theron and Amanda Seyfried’s A Million Ways to Die in the West premiere looks, there were a lot of great outfits — but only one can take home the prize.

That honor went to Charlize, who appeared at the London premiere of her film wearing a black mini with bell sleeves and ankle-strap heels. She skipped the jewelry and kept her hair in a simple updo, which let her bold red lips (and those toned legs!) take center stage. Read More

Emily Blunt's Whirlwind World Style Tour: Three Dresses in Three Cities in 24 Hours

May/29/2014 at 01:37 PM ET

When we imagine being a movie star, we imagine walking red carpets over the globe in one gorgeous dress after another, barely stopping for a sip of champagne before hopping back on our private jet for the next big event. Well, that’s what Emily Blunt’s life actually was like Wednesday, when she attended the premieres for Edge of Tomorrow in London, Paris and N.Y.C. — all in one day. We’ve got the scoop on her three gorgeous dresses, as well as the breakdown of how to get her perfectly chic N.Y.C. updo, all below.

Emily Blunt premiereSplash News Online; FameFlynet Splash News Online

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Nailed It! Emily Blunt Is a Navy Sweetheart

Jun/04/2013 at 11:37 AM ET

Emily Blunt styleTaylor Hill/FilmMagic (3)

Who: Emily Blunt

Where: At the American Institute for Stuttering Benefit Gala in N.Y.C.

What She’s Wearing: A Zac Posen navy tulle bustier dress with Lorraine Schwartz diamond-and-sapphire bangles and earrings, an Inge Christopher snakeskin clutch and lace-up Brian Atwood heels

Why She Nailed It: A drop-waisted dress can be hard to pull off, but the perfect fit of the bodice (and Blunt’s own killer bod) mean this dress looks made for her. She wisely lets the dress take center stage, but don’t be fooled by how effortless this all appears.

Her breezy locks are actually glossy and curled to perfection, while the pink lip is the perfect contrast to the dark dress and her bronzed skin. Add a few perfect-match bangles and shoes just edgy enough to play off the ballerina vibe of the dress, and you’ve got the perfect look.

Tell us: What do you think of Blunt’s outfit? Which piece do you most want to borrow?

–Alex Apatoff

Met Gala 2013: Three Beauty Looks We've Still Got to Discuss

May/07/2013 at 10:30 AM ET

Met Gala beautyFilmmagic; Wireimage; Getty

We’ve talked fauxhawks. We’ve talked smoky eyes. But we have not yet discussed these three major beauty moments, and it’s about time.

First up: January Jones’s straight-up Black Swan makeup look. From the bleached eyebrows to the dramatic black liner, we hardly recognized our dear Betty Draper — and we kinda liked it. It was bold and brazen, but was it a hit?

PHOTOS: See all the jaw-dropping looks from the Met Gala red carpet!

Also on the daring end of the eyeshadow spectrum, Emily Blunt opted for a bold wash of fuschia shadow that totally played against the conservative vibe of her Carolina Herrera gown. Between that and her fierce Lorraine Schwartz danglers, she embodied the phrase “if looks could kill.” To get the sizzling pink, NARS makeup artist Jenn Streicher got creative, using the line’s “Jardin des Plantes” satin lip pencil topped with Desire powder blush.

And finally, Elizabeth Banks’s long, clipped-up ponytail, which didn’t quite qualify for our fauxhawk roundup, but it was head-turning nonetheless.

Tell us: Whose look did you like most: Jones’s, Blunt’s or Banks’s? Would you try any in your everyday life?

–Alex Apatoff

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Five Ways to Fauxhawk, as Seen at the Met Gala

May/06/2013 at 11:00 PM ET

Jennifer Lopez Hair Met Gala 2013Getty; Reuters/Landov; Broadimage; Getty; Filmmagic

Normally, we’d call fauxhawks ‘pretty crazy,’ but given that we’ve seen this, this and this at Monday night’s Met Gala in New York City … they’re actually almost ‘pretty tame’ by comparison. However, when you’ve got Jennifer Lopez, Gwen Stefani and Julianne Moore all sporting similar hairstyles at the same major punk-themed event, you most certainly have a trend. One that we’re not sure we’d try, but that we’re loving on these stars.

Lopez’s gravity-defying look was a major departure from her typical waves and curls, calling to mind, perhaps, a long-haired, brunette Pink. Emily Blunt took an elegant approach to her hair, opting for some voluminous twists at the front leading to a messy updo at her crown. Stefani brought us (fittingly) back to her punkier days a bit, opting for a serious side-part and bangs to go with her topknot.

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