But now we’d like to get your feedback for our August issue. Are you digging the funky crochet look, or are you totally opposed to the granny panties-flashing style? Vote in our poll below and leave any additional thoughts in the comments.
Monochromatic outfits are in for spring. For most of us, that means we might try an all-white look — or if we’re feeling really daring — shades of beige.
Further proof that stars aren’t like most of us: head-to-toe bright, bold purple hues are all the rage in Hollywood right now.
And these three stars are showing off very different ways to try the trend. Katy Perry (left) sported a striped violet hoodie and coordinating skinny pants for an airport jaunt. Ellen Pompeo went for a polished, crisp look in an orchid-colored pantsuit. And Rachel McAdams really made a saturated statement on Jimmy Kimmel Live in her royal purple outfit, which offset her new hair.
It’s certainly a statement, but is it one you want to make? And who is doing the trend best? Tell us in the comments below.
If you thought Lady Gaga would be recovering from her hip surgery like any other citizen — well, you obviously haven’t been paying enough attention.
After laying low for a few weeks to recover, the perpetually surprising singer rolled out her latest accessory — literally. She wheeled out of her N.Y.C. hotel (see the pic here) in a 24-karat gold-plated wheelchair created for her by jewelry designer Ken Borochov from Mordekai, whom she’d previously tapped to create a gold claw for her fragrance launch.
The chair features a tufted leather seat and a removable canopy, which is why Borochov said in a statement, “I was thrilled to create what I affectionately dubbed the Chariot, a chair fit only for a queen.” Read More
We’ve been so used to seeing long, loose waves for ages on the red carpet that when Maria Menounos was spotted at the Oscars with a giant, ’60s-inspired bouffant look, we immediately had two reactions: “Whoa.” and “Wow!”
Hair this big can sometimes look costume-y, but Menounos’s do manages to look chic, current and polished thanks to the loose waves (rather than big, barrel curls) and her pretty, simple makeup. We also love the headband effect of her hair pulled across the front.
We know this is a tough look for the average girl to pull off, but we love the idea of pairing super-retro hair with a more modern dress, like her hot-pink number. Tell us: Are you loving this look? Would you give it a try?
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Did Jessica Chastain intercept a package meant for Kim Kardashian? Or did she work extra-hard on her awards season physique, and so hates to let all those squats go to waste? There must be some explanation for the totally out-of-character pants, complete with thigh-baring sheer lace inserts, the star wore to the Givenchy show during Paris Fashion Week.
If we’d spotted these unusual trousers on, say, Rihanna, we wouldn’t have batted an eyelash. But on the classic beauty, whose last big red carpet moment was the extraordinarily elegant Giorgio Armani gown she wore to the Oscars, they were more than a little jarring.
Between her flat-ironed hair and her model stance, we have to assume this is an effort by the star to try more avant-garde fashion. And we certainly can’t argue with the fact that an inverted-V cutout at the crotch of one’s pants, inset with gold lace and displaying two-tone undershorts, is the very definition of avant-garde.
Tell us: What do you think of Jessica Chastain’s high-fashion look? Do you prefer her in more classic styles?
When we spoke to Ginnifer Goodwin in early February, we talked about her stylist, her fashion regrets and her maturing sense of style. What we didn’t talk about? Her bold blue Misha Nonoo shorts suit, which she paired with a printed blouse and black pumps.
We always love watching the star take fashion risks — see exhibits A, B and C — but we’re on the fence about this particular look. On one hand, it’s really fun, and a girly take on business wear. On the other, it’s not the most flattering thing she’s ever worn … and it’s shorts in February.
What do you think? Would you ever wear a shorts suit? And are you loving Goodwin’s take on the outfit? Vote in our poll below and leave your thoughts in the comments; your feedback could appear in the May issue of PEOPLE StyleWatch!