Modern Family‘s Ariel Winter may only be 16, but she’s already one to watch on the red carpet. But the star says that like most teens, she’s still navigating how to dress her body.
If we had to guess what the most fun part of being a princess is, we’d guess “getting to go to lots of black-tie balls,” followed closely by “buying new dresses for all of those black-tie balls.” Princess Kate certainly enjoys the former, but as for the latter, she’s proving herself to be a tried-and-true loyalist to certain gowns. For example: She just wore this ink-blue Jenny Packham gown for a third time in just over a year (left).
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The British Fashion Awards were Monday night, and you know what that means: All your favorite style stars (including the entire Victoria’s Secret model plane) assembled in one place to celebrate one another — and wear some seriously head-turning outfits. And we couldn’t let you head to drinks with your friends without getting all the must-know details first.
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There was a whole lot of sexy happening on the American Music Awards red carpet Sunday night. From plunging to high-slit, stars found plenty of bold new ways to show skin. But one trend we saw again and again: Dresses that were sassy from the front — and stunning from the back. Check out a few of our faves below.
Do you think Victoria Beckham is pulling a sartorial prank on us? We say this because it seems too strange to be true: Almost exactly one year ago (362 days ago to be exact), Victoria Beckham stepped out in a gown from her eponymous line at the Bambi Awards in Berlin, and accessorized with stunning emerald earrings and a ring. So when looking at photos of last night’s Global Gift Gala in London, we got red carpet déjà vu.
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Shailene Woodley’s birthday isn’t until Saturday, but she’s putting on her party dress early: The actress selected a cleavage-baring, sheer-sleeved, starfish-covered (yes, that’s right, starfish) Valentino gown for the Hollywood Film Awards Friday night.
“I hated dressing up for my first red carpets, because I never felt comfortable in these glamorous dresses,” she shares.
And growing up in Kentucky riding horses didn’t exactly lend itself to encyclopedic knowledge of high fashion. “In Louisville, when I was a child, I inherited clothes from my two older brothers [Ben and Blaine] that I put together with things that my mother dug out of yard sales,” she says. “I was a true tomboy.”