Naomi Watts

Naomi Watts Chops Off Her Hair for a Cute New Bob

Mar/06/2013 at 01:04 PM ET

Naomi Watts haircut, bobDominique Charriau/WireImage

We’ve been talking about Naomi Watts nonstop for the past few months, thanks to her stunning red carpet style. But now we’re talking about the actress for another reason: her gorgeous new haircut.

Watts debuted a loose, wavy bob in Paris on Wednesday, immediately earning a spot on editors’ Hair Inspiration Pinterest boards. The cut is definitely departure from the long layers she’s sported for ages, but we we’re loving the soft new look on her.
Read More

The (Real) Biggest Winners of Awards Season: J. Law and Naomi Watts

Feb/26/2013 at 04:30 PM ET

Move over, Lincoln. You may have cleaned up at all the awards shows this year, but when it comes to style, there are two obvious champions and their names are Jennifer Lawrence and Naomi Watts. The Best Actress Oscar winner and the Best Actress Oscar nominee tirelessly traveled from red carpet to red carpet over the past few months, making phenomenal style choices at nearly every stop. So it should come as no surprise that they ended up on our Best of the Best Dressed list not once, but a whopping three times each.

Naomi Watts Red CarpetWireImage (2); BEImages

Watts first popped up on the list thanks to her stunning Alexander McQueen halter, which she selected for the People’s Choice Awards. (We weren’t the only ones to fall in love with it: model Chrissy Teigen surprised everyone by wearing the same gown to the Oscars after-parties.)

Read More


Oscars 2013: The Editors Pick Their Favorite Fashion Moments

Feb/26/2013 at 03:30 PM ET

As soon as we’d pulled together the Best Dressed list, each style editor at immediately used this tool to make her own personal top five list and share it on Facebook. (If you haven’t made yours yet, what are you waiting for?!)

As it turns out, we each gave the coveted number-one spot on our lists to a star because we were won over by one very specific part of her look. Below, we call out that one special thing that caught our eye and prompted us to give the complete look our style seal of approval.

Style Director Andrea Lavinthal: Brandi Glanville’s Neckline: I picked this one before the red carpet even officially started. The Real Housewife, who arrived so early I suspect she slept outside the venue the night before, stunned (no, really, I was stunnedin a plunging gown that she designed herself. Okay, okay, I’m kidding (though I couldn’t resist another opportunity to talk about the craziness that is her gown). My real vote goes to Charlize Theron, specifically the shade of her Dior Haute Couture creation. It’s proof that white doesn’t always have to look bridal-y.

Read More

Another Awards Season Fashion Faceoff: Naomi Watts vs. Chrissy Teigen

Feb/25/2013 at 04:30 PM ET

Naomi Watts People's Choice, Chrissy Teigen Oscars
Jeff Kravitz/Filmmagic; Pascal Le Segretain/Getty

Typically, once a high-fashion gown gets worn to a big awards show, it’s considered off the market (as in, no other celeb will pick it for another red carpet event). Especially when the star in question is a big-name, Oscar-nominated actress.

But that didn’t stop Chrissy Teigen from breaking out the same gold-and-black Alexander McQueen number Naomi Watts had worn back in January to the People’s Choice Awards. And we’ve gotta say: We can’t really fault the model. The gown is such a stunner that we’re almost glad it got a second moment in the spotlight. And if we had the chance to wear it, we wouldn’t dream of saying no. (After all, this is a design we deemed so amazing, we included it in our best of the best gallery featuring the top red carpet looks of the entire awards season.)

Read More


The Oscar Dresses You Didn't See

Feb/25/2013 at 12:45 PM ET

After the last Oscar is handed out, actresses rush to change out of their elegant ballgowns and slip into something sexier (and more dance-floor-friendly!) for the after-parties. And since most stars’ second looks rarely get as much screen time as their red carpet numbers, we’re spotlighting our favorite post-show dresses.

Oscars 2013 After Party
Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImage(2); Jordan Strauss

Jennifer Lawrence: After tripping in her over-the-top Dior creation when accepting her trophy for Best Actress, the Oscar winner changed into something she could get down in — a second-skin metallic Calvin Klein Collection dress with a structured bodice. (Side note: Does the sexiness and simplicity of this gown remind anyone else of a certain other Calvin Klein Collection design Lawrence once wore on the red carpet?)

Read More

And the Official Hairstyle of the SAG Awards Is …

Jan/27/2013 at 10:30 PM ET

When it comes to the red carpet, the updo is to hair what a black gown is to fashion. But after the classic evening style was a no-show at the Golden Globes, we wondered if it would make a strong comback at tonight’s Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Instead, it was all about glamorous waves with a deep side part, as seen on Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer Lawrence, Julianne Moore, Jessica Chastain, Naomi Watts, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler — just to name a few.

Scroll down to check out all of the stars’ hairstyles, and while you’re browsing roll over the photo to get more details about the look!

Read More


Five Hair and Makeup Looks We Loved at the Critics' Choice Awards

Jan/11/2013 at 11:00 AM ET

While we were chilling on the couch in our PJs, a host of stars were getting glammed up for the second night in a row, this time for Thursday’s Critics’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles. And while there were a lot of standout gowns, five hair and makeup moves in particular really turned our heads …

Eva Longoria
Michael Kovac/WireImage

Eva Longoria‘s smoky eye. The actress took her everyday look up a notch for Thursday night’s big event, opting for matte skin and a muted lip that allowed her smoky eyes to really pop (seriously, we could see those lashes from space).

Read More


From Our Partners


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,974 other followers

Sign up for our daily newsletter and other special offers.
    Choose your newsletters
Thank you for signing up! Your request may take up to one week to be processed.
    see all newsletters