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Should Sandra Bullock Cut Her Hair For Real?

Sep/17/2013 at 11:26 AM ET

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Nope, not even that backless Marc Jacobs gown can distract us from Sandra Bullock’s short hair on the October cover of Vogue.

The 49-year-old actress nabbed the prestigious spot for the fifth time, sporting a super-short side-swept crop with a few longer curls at the back. (And we’re still recovering from the bold look.) But don’t shed a tear for her glossy long hair just yet.

RELATED: Check out even more major celeb cuts and color changes here!

Bullock has been busy hitting the red carpet to promote her new film Gravity, wearing the same long style we’re used to seeing her in (with a few honey-colored highlights mixed in). So unless her hair grew back in month, our money’s on a wig. Plus, she has a similar short style in the new sci-fi drama — check it out in the trailer below: Read More

Red Carpet Trend Report: The Scoop On Shades of Red, Sheer-Paneled Dresses and Doing The '90s Wrong (Part 2)

Aug/30/2013 at 01:19 PM ET

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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 vibrant red hues reigning in the color department and lots of see-through, lace-embellished dresses. Plus, one ’90s look that was so over the top it eclipsed Ciara’s throwback ensemble from last week.
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Sorry, Miranda! Sandra Bullock is This Week's Best Dressed Star

Jul/27/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

Sandra Bullock comic conAlbert L. Ortega/Getty

Man, don’t you just feel so bad for Miranda Kerr? OK, neither do we (have you seen the woman lately? Also, have you seen her husband lately?), but we imagine she might be feeling a touch disappointed right now. Because it appeared that Kerr was going to take home the honor of Most Loved Look of the Week, but just before the polls closed, Sandra Bullock pulled ahead and snatched the title right out of those supermodel hands.

And we’ve gotta say: We think Bullock deserved the win. She looked all kinds of gorgeous in her red Roland Mouret sheath, which featured an unexpected black back. She wore the dress with nothing but basic black heels and a casual down-do to Comic-Con in San Diego, where she was promoting her upcoming movie, Gravity.

It earned her nearly 26,000 votes and an approval rating of 91%, just a smidge higher than Kerr, whose floral mini and pink accessories got the thumbs up from 90% of you.

PHOTOS: CHECK OUT WHAT ALL THE STARS WORE ON THE RED CARPET THIS WEEK

Don’t pity Kerr too much, though; she may not have gotten that top spot, but she did appear on the 10 Most Loved Looks of the Week List twice. (Her other dress was a one-shoulder Roland Mouret design, worn with white pumps.)

SEE WHO ELSE MADE THE TOP 10 LIST THIS WEEK (INCLUDING ANOTHER CELEB WHO’S ON THERE TWICE)!

Congrats, Sandy. And better luck next time, Kerr.

–Zoë Ruderman

Red Carpet Trend Report: The Scoop on Black and White Everything, Super-Straight Strands and Getting Jumpsuits Right

Jun/21/2013 at 06:00 PM ET

Trend report jumpsuit hairGeorge Pimentel/WireImage; Bauer-Griffin; Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

In our weekly round-up of what we’re seeing sizzle (and fizzle) on the red carpet, we noticed that stars were going back to basics (with two-tone looks and super-simple hair) — and those who tried something funkier (like a jumpsuit) didn’t quite get it right.
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Red-Hot in Hollywood: An Affordable Asos Leather Pencil Skirt

Jun/18/2013 at 02:28 PM ET

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Move over, Givenchy Antigona bag. Take a hike, Brian Atwood Maniacs. Right now, Hollywood’s favorite item is a $152.73 leather pencil skirt from Asos.

While $150 is not small potatoes, it’s a total bargain in comparison to the leather pants ($800+) and handbags (often more than $2,000) that celebrities ordinarily wear. And these four stars show that the mid-length skirt, with its pockets and seaming, is super-versatile.

RELATED PHOTOS: Vote on more fashion-forward stars in Last Night’s Look!
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All the Oscars Style & Beauty Moments We're Still Talking About

Feb/25/2013 at 02:30 PM ET

For the most part, it was a stunning, but relatively predictable, Oscars red carpet Sunday night (no dramatic capes, crazy hairstyles or wacky nail art to be found). That said, there were still several ladies who stood out in looks that will more than likely go down in Academy Awards style history — for good and not-so-good reasons. Let’s discuss:

Jennifer Lawrence Oscars Dress
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Jennifer Lawrences’s everything: From her Dior Haute Couture gown (which we totally predicted!) to her stunning 74 carat Chopard necklace worn backward, the star was the night’s big winner both on and off the carpet. Oh, and did you see the dress she changed into for the Vanity Fair after-party? Smoking hot.

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Chic Clicks: Sandra Bullock's Fashion Critic, the Jenners Take 'America's Next Top Model'

Mar/02/2012 at 01:30 PM ET

Sandra BullockJackson Lee/Splash News Online

Sandra Bullock says her biggest fashion critic is actually her son, Louis. “He likes me the other way,” she says of dressing up [InStyle]

–Kris, Kendall and Kylie Jenner apparently play a part on next week’s episode of America’s Next Top Model [Fashionista]

Kanye West is selling the shoes he sent down the runway in Paris last season … for a cool $6,000 [ELLE]

–Tips on making your blowout last for up to four days [The Beauty Department]

–See the gray sweatshirt every girl should own [Stylelist]

 

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