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From a Casual Brunch to an All-Out Bash, Holiday Party Outfits to Wear This Weekend

Dec/20/2013 at 06:08 PM ET

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‘Tis the season to be frantically looking for ways to update your LBD for the ninetieth holiday party this month. Ordinarily we’d send you off into the weekend with three easy-to-copy celeb outfits, but since this is a time for giving generously, we rounded up five fierce looks that require minimal thought, make anyone look good and range from super low-key and casual to “ring the alarm” levels of hotness.
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Everyone in Hollywood Has These Booties (Bonus: They're Actually Somewhat Affordable)

Dec/11/2013 at 11:10 AM ET

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Stars may love a pair of fancy footwear, but nothing is more practical than a good pair of black heels. And right now, the shoes of the moment are a pair of VC Signature “Ronan” booties, spotted on five celebrities in the last few months.
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Shop Heidi Klum's Closet for a Good Cause!

Nov/13/2013 at 04:31 PM ET

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There aren’t many chances in this world to look more like Heidi Klum, so when one comes along, it’s worth mentioning. And this particular opportunity is doubly exciting, because every purchase made at this Fashion Project sale will benefit amfAR, an organization that works on behalf of global HIV/AIDS patients.

Klum has donated several of the pieces she wore at the most recent Mercedes Benz Fashion Week — including the gown she wore for the Project Runway finale — at majorly marked-down prices to benefit the worthy organization. Her shimmering bronze Max Azria gown is on the block at $599, while the hippie-glam vest she wore to sit front row at the BCBG by Max Azria show is up for sale for $299.
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Heidi Klum Has Bangs: Are They In ... Or Are They Out?

Oct/22/2013 at 02:29 PM ET

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For a woman whose social media motto seems to be “there’s no overshare too great,” Heidi Klum‘s latest reveal went surprisingly unremarked-upon.
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3 Celeb-Approved Nail Trends to Try This Season

Oct/09/2013 at 03:03 PM ET

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Next time you go get a mani, bring one of these three celeb photos with you. Why? A.) They’re all hot trends for fall, and B.) They’re bound to get you a lot of compliments and a ton of hearts on Instagram (because clearly you’re going to post a pic before you even leave the salon). Read More

Surprise! Ponytails are the Hairstyle of Choice at the Emmys

Sep/22/2013 at 09:44 PM ET

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We’re used to seeing center-parted waves. We’ve come to expect a lot of buns. And it wouldn’t be a red carpet without a bunch of plaits. But basic ponytails aren’t usually considered go-to awards show dos … until tonight. A number of stars opted for the typically casual style, making us wonder if ponies are the new braids.

To be frank, we didn’t really notice Heidi Klum’s tiered ponytail at first. (We were too busy dissecting her blinged-out turtleneck Atelier Versace gown.) But once we did refocus our attention on her mane, we noticed that she had multiple bands all along the tail of her pony, and we realized that the fancier style sort of made sense, considering it went with the over-the-top vibe of her gown.

Kiernan Shipka also opted for a casual wavy pony, though she teased the hair at her crown for a look that is slightly more undone than Klum’s. And again, we’ve gotta say: It totally worked. The fun, youthful vibe really jibes with her fresh, floral Delpozo gown.

PHOTOS: See the best-dressed stars at the Emmys!

Amy Poehler eschewed buns, braids and flowing waves, too. She opted for a ponytail, but got low with hers, wearing her blonde strands in a sleek, side-parted wavy tail at the base of her neck.

Also on the pony bandwagon Sunday evening: Amanda Peet, Sarah Hyland and Julianna Margulies.

What do you think about everyone’s go-to gym hairstyle making such a strong showing on the Emmys red carpet? Think we’ll see more of this do at future awards shows?

–Storm Heitman


5 Gowns Worth Seeing on the Emmys Red Carpet ... So Far

Sep/22/2013 at 07:25 PM ET

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Stars are arriving at the Emmy Awards so fast that it’s making our fashion-loving heads spin. But here are some of the first looks to hit the red carpet that you definitely don’t want to miss.

Heidi Klum is apparently a fan of the turtleneck trend because she selected a burgundy beaded Atelier Versace gown complete with a train.

And speaking of interesting necklines: Mindy Kaling. The Mindy Project star wears a short-sleeve plum Edition by Georges Chakra gown. It fits her perfectly, but style editors here are divided on what’s goin’ on at the d├ęcolletage. What are your thoughts?

RELATED PHOTOS: The fifteen most memorable Emmys style moments — right here!

Zooey Deschanel went out of her comfort zone, opting for a silvery-blue J. Mendel column gown with a thigh-high slit, a keyhole cutout and yes, even an open back. The New Girl star accessorizes the look with a sparkly Edie Parker silver clutch and, perhaps most shocking of all: no themed mani.

Taylor Schilling is showing a lot of skin in her pale Thakoon gown, which boast a high center-slit and a very sexy side view.

And finally, we’re all talking about Connie Britton’s strapless Naeem Khan gown with its golden embellishment. What exactly we’re talking about: the material (you’re not seeing things; it is, in fact, velvet). Say what you want about it, but we think we can all agree on one thing: Her hair is perfect, per usual.

So, what do you think of this first round of must-see gowns? Do you love any of them? Do you have another favorite look?

–Annie Daly


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