Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde's Finding Responsible Fashion You'll Want To Wear

Oct/29/2013 at 05:11 PM ET

Olivia Wilde dress designAleks Kocev/BFAnyc.com; BEImages

Olivia Wilde may have a lot on her plate these days (and she can add “expecting a baby” to her long to-do list) but she still makes time for the things that are really important to her — for instance, by bring attention to initiatives that will help women in impoverished countries.

And she’s doing it in an accessible way, by partnering with close friend Barbara Burchfield to create Conscious Commerce, a site that highlights cool products you’d actually want, that are created ethically and give back. And on that list is Yoana Baraschi’s “New Light” dress, which you may have seen Wilde wearing earlier this year, and which you can now purchase (with some proceeds going to New Light India) at Anthropolgie as part of the designer’s 10th anniversary collection for the store. Wilde and Burchfield explain the collaboration in the video below:

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Three Cool (and Challenging) Braids We Must Discuss

Sep/26/2013 at 10:59 AM ET

Katy Perry braids, Olivia Wilde braids Goncalo Silva/NurPhoto/Sipa; Katy Winn/Invision/AP

Braids have been white hot since the start of 2013, and the girlie hair trend shows no sign of slowing down. And just when we think we’ve said everything there is to say about plaits, along comes another one that’s worth a closer look.

This week alone, three A-listers stepped out with discussion-worthy locks with a high degree of difficulty (and a big payoff). Warning: These were done by professionals. Do not try at home without supervision. But if you do and nail it, we’re definitely going to need you to tweet us a photo @StyleWatchMag.

RELATED PHOTOS: Get 360° of even more amazing star hairstyles here!
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Exclusive Photos: Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde Are Bright-Eyed Bombshells For Revlon

Sep/20/2013 at 04:31 PM ET

Courtesy Revlon

Nude gloss and a basic smoky eye? Snooze. Revlon’s got something way more fun and glittery in mind for your big night out, as evidenced by these exclusive photos of their new campaign, starring Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde. (Seriously, our computer screens may spontaneously combust from the crazy-high glam factor of the photo above.)

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Olivia Wilde Gets Romantic With a Hot Guy (Sorry, Jason!) For Her Avon Ads

Sep/17/2013 at 12:03 PM ET

Courtesy Avon

Here comes the bride, all dressed in white — but wait, that hot brunet guy isn’t love Jason Sudeikis by her side!

Luckily, Olivia Wilde‘s funnyman fiancé can rest easy. Wilde’s just playing dress-up for her latest gig as the face of Avon’s “Today. Tomorrow. Always” fragrance collection. Check out the behind-the-scenes video:

Following in the footsteps of another sultry brunette, the star goes from serene to smokin’ in ads for Avon’s “Today. Tomorrow. Always” fragrances. And in another video capturing moments from the sexy shoot (below), the star says the ads give off “a tone of bliss” (and then she mentions all the passion on set — luckily, we doubt Sudeikis is the jealous type).

RELATED PHOTOS: See even more stars who have fronted fragrance campaigns here!
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Red Carpet Trend Report: The Scoop on 3-D Prints, Peach Pumps and the Most Bizarre Braid We've Seen All Summer

Aug/16/2013 at 06:00 PM ET

3-D prints, peach pumps, braidsJon Kopaloff/FilmMagic; Richard Shotwell/Invision/

In our weekly roundup of the looks that are gaining fashion ground (and the ones losing their style street cred), we noticed stars giving bold 3-D prints a shot and a new shoe hue we’re really into. Plus, we spotted one braid that left us in knots. Consider this your fashion forecast.
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Olivia Wilde Blows Away the Competition and Earns Best-Dressed Title

Aug/10/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

Beyonce fragranceCourtesy Henry Lamb/Photowire/BEImages

Really, it’s a wonder any star even got dressed and hit the red carpet after Olivia Wilde stepped out earlier this week in her gorgeous Osman dress. Why even try to compete with this look?

The actress and bride-to-be paired the strapless red midi with nude accessories and a coordinating bold pout for the We’re the Millers premiere in N.Y.C. The ensemble earned her nearly 26,000 votes from PeopleStyleWatch.com readers, significantly more than the runner-up, Emily VanCamp.

VanCamp surprised us by landing in that second spot with her suede turtleneck halter dress. (Suede? And a turtleneck? In the summer? Really?) Though we can’t deny that the Revenge star looks smoking hot in the design.

Also of note on the list this week: Eva Longoria in her own version of a formal turtleneck (these are officially having a moment) and Sharon Stone killing it in a white pencil skirt and silky black button-down.

MORE PHOTOS: SEE WHICH OTHER STARS MADE THE BEST-DRESSED LIST!

What do you think of Wilde’s red dress? Does it deserve all the love it’s getting or do you think another look should be in the top spot?

–Zoë Ruderman

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From Date Night to Brunch, Exactly What to Wear This Weekend

Aug/09/2013 at 04:32 PM ET

We have three fun looks that will take you from a flirty date to a three-mimosa brunch to a Powerpoint presentation with minimal effort. You can’t miss with any of them — we may just try all three!

Diane Kruger striped shirt
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Saturday night: Diane Kruger manages to take boyfriend jeans to a date-night-appropriate level. How? With a killer pair of heels, chic striped top and red cross-body bag. And since guys are always gushing about how they love a girl in jeans, take a cue from the actress and give the LBD a rest for a more laid-back look.

Nab a pair of Diane’s exact Blank NYC jeans for $88, or check out the Express jean sale (we’re loving this ankle-rolled pair). Complete the look with a striped top like this one from Forever 21 (only $12.80!) and embellished heels like this Jeffrey Campbell pair on sale for $49.95.

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