Designers

Fresh Off Julianne Moore's Insanely Glam Oscars Moment, Stylist Leslie Fremar Has an Exciting New Gig

Feb/25/2015 at 09:00 AM ET

Leslie Fremar has had a very exciting year so far. The celebrity stylist was the mastermind behind Julianne Moore and Reese Witherspoon‘s awards season dresses, and now she’s partnered with Gap Factory to share some of her A-list dressing tips with you.

Leslie Fremar Gap FactoryCourtesy Gap Inc.

Read More

Oscars 2015: Rita Ora Flashes Her Butt in Sheer Afterparty Dress (Plus, More Star Outfit Changes That Need Your Attention)

Feb/23/2015 at 11:29 AM ET

Then after the show, it’s the afterparty … and the afterparty dresses. (Sorry, but who can resist an R. Kelly lyric?) Some of the biggest stars pulled major gown switches before hitting the red carpet at post-Oscars soirees. Below, some of the the best — and boldest — changes. And make sure to click here for all the afterparty Oscars looks you didn’t see!

Rita Ora sheer dress David Fisher/REX USA; David Livingston/Getty

Read More

Advertisement

Meet Your New Wardrobe Staple: The Bestselling Designer Dress for Way Less!

Feb/23/2015 at 06:00 AM ET

We really love finding a great look for less. But actually getting to collaborate with a designer on dress we love, and modifying it to fit our budget (and taste!) has been one of the coolest things we’ve ever done. Style editors teamed up with Amanda Uprichard to create a version of her crazy-popular shift dress for a totally affordable price.

The dress features slit sleeves with chic ties at the cuffs and a keyhole back cutout with an on-trend bow detail. And the best part? It’s a blank canvas for any accessory so you can go crazy with a statement necklace and fun belt, or wear it with it’s classic shift silhouette and boots for a more casual style.

Now the toughest part will be to decide what color to get — the classic black or the fun cobalt blue. Or you could just get both (it’s under $80!). First time Joyus shoppers will get 10% off and free shipping by entering PEOPLE10 at checkout!

For more beauty products (also eligible for that 10% discount), go here.

Oscars 2015: Kerry Washington Wears Champagne Dress Olivia Pope Would Love

Feb/22/2015 at 09:02 PM ET

She didn’t wear red, but Kerry Washington still honored┬áher wine-loving alter ego with her Oscars dress.

“I am in sort of a champagne-y white, so I guess I was feeling a little bit of Olivia this evening,” Washington, 38, told self-professed gladiator Lara Spencer before the show.

Beyonce Grammys Awards mani, jewelryJordan Strauss/Invision/AP

Read More

Advertisement

Oscars 2015: Lady Gaga Goes Extra Gaga in Shiny Red Gloves (and a Mega Gown!)

Feb/22/2015 at 08:55 PM ET

Lady Gaga covered up her new favorite accessory — that heart-shaped engagement ring — at the Oscars with a pair of red shiny (rubber? leather?) gloves. And of course, Twitter was quick to react with the dishwasher memes.

Lady Gaga OscarsJordan Strauss/Invision/AP

Read More

Oscars 2015: Julianne Moore's Dress Took How Long to Make?

Feb/22/2015 at 08:30 PM ET

The answer to the above question is 927 hours. That’s right. NINE HUNDRED TWENTY-SEVEN HOURS! The Still Alice star, who is favored to take home the Best Actress statue, stunned in custom Chanel design, with some very intricate detailing.

Julianne Moore oscars Jason Merritt/Getty

Read More

Advertisement

Oscars 2015: Lupita Nyong'o's Gown Features More Than 6,000 Pearls (and a Sexy Open-Back!)

Feb/22/2015 at 07:56 PM ET

Lupita Nyong’o loves a red carpet risk, and she definitely took one at the Oscars. The actress, who topped best dressed lists last year in her “Nairobi blue” Prada gown, selected another statement-making design, featuring a front cutout, a sexy open-back and tons of pearls — more than 6,000 pearls to be specific.

Lupita Nyong'o OscarsJordan Strauss/Invision/AP(3); Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Read More

 

From Our Partners

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 2,028 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