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Kate Winslet Wears Her Wedding Ring Out for the First Time

Feb/05/2013 at 11:22 AM ET

Kate Winslet Wedding Ring
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When Kate Winslet married Ned Rocknroll in December, she got a killer new family name — and it turns out the ring that came with it isn’t half-bad either!

While grocery shopping in Hampshire, England, the actress, 37, gave the first glimpse of her engagement ring since Rocknroll, 34, proposed last summer — plus the wedding band she received from him in early December. It appears to be a simple yellow-gold setting with a solitaire stone and a matching band.

It would seem that Winslet has a preference for bold, chunky rings; her previous wedding ring (from her marriage to Sam Mendes) consisted of thick silver-colored bands with inlaid stones.

Tell us: What do you think of Winslet’s rings from Ned Rocknroll?
–Alex Apatoff

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Chic Clicks: Kate Winslet Loves Her Curves, Victoria Beckham Isn't Unhappy, She Swears

May/30/2012 at 02:00 PM ET

Kate Winslet Red Carpet
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Kate Winslet is one of the few Hollywood celebs who isn’t a size 0 — and that’s why we love her [Huffington Post]

Victoria Beckham is actually a very happy person, despite the fact that she looks pretty unhappy in photos [The Cut]

–In between hosting Dancing with the Stars and managing her four kids, Brooke Burke Charvet found the time to launch a lingerie line [InStyle]

–Flashback! Remember when Beyoncé and her pals wore over-the-top matching getups in Destiny’s Child? We sure do [Styleist]

–Something practical to add to your summer shopping list: an $1,800 pair of sneakers made of stingrays [Fashionista]

Kate Winslet's 'Titanic' Looks: Now and Then

Mar/27/2012 at 04:30 PM ET

Kate Winslet Titanic 3D
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She said she’d never let go, but Kate Winslet has certainly changed a few things since Titanic‘s epic media blitz in 1997: namely her hair color and sense of style.

For the Titanic 3D premiere at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday, the actress wowed in a custom Jenny Packham black silk crepe gown with Swarovski crystal cap sleeves and waist detail. (Sadly Leo was nowhere to be found.)

The sleek look is a big change from one of Winslet’s first Titanic looks, the emerald-green Alexander McQueen for Givenchy gown she wore to the 1998 Oscars. Paired with a statement necklace and her wild red curls, it was one of her first major — and most memorable — red carpet moments. (And funnily enough, her dashing costar didn’t make it to that event, either.)

“It was a white-knuckle ride for a year or two and then it all calmed down,” Winslet recently recalled to PEOPLE of those early years. “I do look back on that time and I wish that I had been a little better prepared, that someone had grabbed hold of me and said, ‘Listen, wake up — your life is going to change.’ I had great support — an agent, publicist, friends, all that stuff — but no one knew what was going to happen.”

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Kate Winslet's No. 1 Fashion Do Is a Don't

Mar/06/2012 at 10:30 AM ET

Kate Winslet Red Carpet
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She’s probably been on at least 100 best-dressed lists, and for good reason: Kate Winslet tells PEOPLE she sticks to what works for her and obeys a single style rule.

“The only rule I have is don’t try something new and funky just because somebody else says that you should,” the 36-year-old shares. “I always stick with what I know, which are things that tend to be figure-hugging, structured and a solid color.”

Winslet, who works with a stylist to choose her outfits — “We have a really great collaborative relationship, and we just really enjoy it,” she says of their time together — also knows her body “very well,” she contends. “I don’t look good in patterns and pastels,” she explains. “Dresses that are made of great structured, slightly stretchy fabrics work on my body.”

Before she arrives at an event, Winslet meets with her glam team — L.A.-based hair stylist Renato Campora and makeup artist Jillian Dempsey — to get extra gorgeous. “I normally do a manicure, pedicure, and hair and makeup,” she explains. “I’m super low maintenance. I don’t have gaggles of people around, flapping and fussing. We just get ready, the dress goes on and that’s it.”

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Try Dresses Inspired by Jennifer Aniston, Kate Winslet on Rent the Runway

Jan/16/2012 at 04:30 PM ET

Narciso Rodriguez Rent the Runway
Courtesy Rent the Runway

We’ve always been fans of finding great designer deals on Rent the Runway, and now, the site is bringing us some one-of-a-kind fashion in the form of its first-ever capsule collection.

Celeb-loved designer Narciso Rodriguez — who’s dressed the likes of Reese Witherspoon and Ashley Greene — created four pieces exclusively for the site, all reimagined versions of two gowns from his archives.

The “Cut Out ” gown (left), which rents for $400, channels the stunning red dress Jennifer Aniston wore on a 2008 cover of Vogue (a blue version is available as well). The “Tailor Made” gown and “Ivory Contrast” dress, which rent for $350 and $275, respectively, draw inspiration from a Rodriguez creation Kate Winslet wore to a New York gala in 2011.

The gowns retail for anywhere from $1,950 to $3,500, so the rental prices, while steep for the site, aren’t such a bad deal. Find them (plus more looks from Rodriguez) now on RenttheRunway.com.

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Kate Winslet: 'You Don't Have to Be a Size 2'

Jan/11/2012 at 09:00 AM ET

Kate Winslet St. John Ads
Courtesy St. John

For cynics who assume that all celebrity advertorials undergo extensive Photoshopping, check out this newly released image from Kate Winslet‘s spring campaign for St. John. Though the official version highlights the star’s face more than November’s sneak peek, it does not downplay her gorgeous curves.

“You don’t have to be a size 2, or even a size 4, to be able to wear these garments.,” Winslet gushes in a new video for the brand (below). “They fall so well and are cut for women with a shape. And of course I love that,” she says. “That’s me all over.”

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Kate Winslet's 'Golden' Gift Idea

Dec/13/2011 at 04:30 PM ET

Kate Winslet: Titanic 3D Star Talks Aging and Autism
David Fisher/Rex USA; inset courtesy Lancôme

Hats off to Kate Winslet for making the act of giving that much more beautiful. After lending her voice to the documentary A Mother’s Courage: Talking Back to Autism, Winslet founded the Golden Hat Foundation, named after a featured poem of the same name.

“Lancôme has given me the strength to go all the way, and I know this will open many doors,” the brand ambassadress says of the company’s Golden Hat range. Comprised of holiday-ready luminous powders, moisture-rich lipsticks and five new shades of nail polish, the collection “is so stunning and gorgeous and perfect for now,” Winslet tells Stylelist. “I mean, the colors are really festive.”

Ranging from $15-$40, the products, which are embossed with the foundation’s signature hat, help to promote awareness for children afflicted with non-verbal autism. (The actress has also spearheaded a book initiative of the same name, which features a slew of celebs all wearing the same golden topper.)

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