Judging from the photo below, Naomi Watts has already found her perfect red lipstick — which works out well, because she’s joining the L’Oréal Paris family, and they’re all about a great red lip. Read More
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In our weekly roundup of the looks that are gaining fashion ground (and the ones losing their style street cred), we saw serpent statement pieces, lovely, lacy looks and a shoe fabric that’s lost its shine.
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It’s apparently Noteworthy Fake Hair Week in Hollywood, and everybody who’s anybody is celebrating. We’ve had Nina Dobrev’s blonder, fuller mane, Blake Lively’s truly outrageous braid, Jennifer Lawrence’s luxurious beard — and now Naomi Watts and Rihanna are joining the party with their most recent locks looks.
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Get excited: We have our first Fashion Faceoff of the Royal Tour. The white Zimmermann dress Duchess Catherine wore for a busy day of events Friday — including a stop at the Royal Easter Show and a trip to Sydney, Australia’s famed Manly Beach — has also been spotted on a big time Hollywood A-lister.
The eyelet “Roamer Day” frock is from the Australian label’s Summer 2014 collection, and Aussie actress Naomi Watts wore the exact same design in a recent ad campaign for Jacobs Creek Wine. See the shot below. Read More
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If you’ve been avoiding the jumpsuit trend for the past year or so, it may be time to cave. The one-piece look shows no signs of showing down — in the last five days alone, seven stars (Jennifer Garner, Busy Philipps, Rosario Dawson, Coco Rocha and the three lovely ladies above) have all worn one.
But not all jumpsuits are alike. Just like dresses, they range in style from halter to strapless to one-shoulder, beachy to glam, print, solid, denim, silk … you get the idea. So we rounded up three looks in ascending order of fanciness to inspire you to try the trend — or to give you some fresh ideas in case you’re already obsessed.
From left, Naomi Watts wears a Splendid chambray jumpsuit with white Yosi Samra sandals, a much-loved straw hat and shades. This look is perfect for a relaxed weekend of shopping or outdoor picnicking and can be warmed up a bit with a boyfriend cardigan if you’re taking it from day to night.
Selena Gomez (center) chooses a relaxed Ella Moss jumpsuit, but gives it extra style oomph thanks to some chunky neutral sandals, a jean jacket draped over her shoulders and big, loose waves. And finally, Alicia Keys goes glam in her Diane von Furstenberg azure one-piece, which is incredibly easy and chic to throw on with print heels and a red lip.
Which way would you wear a jumpsuit? Are you ready to try this trend or still holding out? Tell us in the comments!
Celebs like Jessica Alba, Naomi Watts and Kim Kardashian love the brand behind the denim in the below video and we’re guessing it’s because their jeans are flattering, smooth everything out, retain their shape (no saggy knees and butt!) and look good on just about every body type. Style editors love these two styles of white jeans for all of those reasons and one more: They’re really affordable. Check them out in action and be sure to use our exclusive discounts — listed below — to get the price down even more and to nab free shipping.
In the past, trying on white jeans has been known to send this particular editor into a downward spiral in the dressing room. But slipping into these two pairs, the boyfriend and the skinny, was a refreshingly positive try-on experience. They’re smoothing and sort of suck everything in, which is just what you want out of a pair of light denim. And they’re not see-through so you don’t have to worry about wearing them with a long top or putting a lot of thought into the color of your underwear.
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Happy shopping (and happy spring aka the start of white jeans season)!
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The Showdown: Naomi Watts in 2013 vs. Anne Hathaway in 2009
The Editor’s Pick: Anne Hathaway
Who Made the Call?: Brittany Talarico, Associate Style Editor
Why She Chose It:
Disclaimer: This decision was almost as difficult as picking out my wedding dress. Okay, maybe not quite as difficult, but just know I took it very seriously. So before you Hath-a-hate all over my choice, hear me out. Yes, both actresses are stunning in their Armani Privé designs. Yes, both have the high-shine, metallic thing going on. And yes, both look out of this world. But Anne has something Naomi doesn’t have: vintage appeal.
The circular paillettes, pearly iridescent color and the mermaid silhouette are just so Old Hollywood. There’s something about the gown that feels really timeless and special and makes it impossible to divert your gaze. (When the actress walked across the carpet — watch here — I almost felt as if she were floating. (And for the record, I don’t think she’s ever smiled so big.) Plus, the Swarovski crystal detailing on the bodice perfectly matches her subtle Cartier jewels.
Naomi’s dress, while gorgeous, has a much more trend-focused feel. It’s the kind of thing I love now, but I could see myself being not quite as enamored of in a couple years. It just doesn’t have the style staying power of Anne’s strapless design. (That said, if we were weighing in on the Best Oscars Gown Neckline, I’d be casting a different vote.)
Voting is now closed but click here to see who came out on top — and to weigh in on today’s matchup: Michelle Williams vs. Keira Knightley!