Did you think her look was fit for a screen siren?
It's always a good week when Cate Blanchett hits the red carpet, especially if she's sporting the best red/pink lipstick colour we've seen in a long time. Fashion week regulars Olivia Palermo, Miroslava Duma and Cara Delevingne gave us countless beauty inspiration for the long weekend ahead, while Isabeli Fontana showed us the most unexpected yet appealing way to add a touch of colour to your eyes (hint: aqua eyeliner + blue eyes + purple dress = amazing combo!). Step inside to salute this week's most beautiful.
The Toronto Film Festival is underway, so naturally our favourite celebrities have flocked to Canada to partake in the fashionable fun. So far, Scarlett Johansson, Marion Cotillard, Taylor Swift, Mila Kunis,Julia Roberts, Olivia Wilde, Jessica Chastain, and Nicole Kidman have delivered jaw-dropping ensembles. Want to see what we're talking about? Head inside to find who else is in attendance at the Toronto Film Festival and what they chose for their close-ups.
Daniel Radcliffe keeps expanding his post-Harry Potter career, and in the trailer for Kill Your Darlings, he's getting far, far away from the boy wizard. As 1960s beat poet Allen Ginsberg, Radcliffe is curly-haired and bespectacled in his freshman year at Columbia, where he's studying literature (if you remember from high school, he's the guy who goes on to write "Howl"). At school he meets Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan), who both entrances him and introduces him to other future literary stars, like William S. Burroughs (Ben Foster) and Jack Kerouac (Boardwalk Empire's Jack Huston).
The trailer does take a dark turn about halfway through, and I'm curious about what dangerous misadventures Allen and Lucien get into with Michael C. Hall's character. I'm also excited to see Radcliffe's performance, especially since we know Ginsberg experimented with drugs and pushed the limits of poetry of his day, and I'm constantly impressed with DeHaan's work. Kill Your Darlings opened at Sundance, and it will also hit the Toronto International Film Festival The film opens in cinemas on Nov. 7. You can check out the trailer after the jump.
When Nicolas Ghesquière stepped down as creative director at Balenciaga last July, Alexander Wang took the helm. His first collection for the French fashion house was Fall 2013, and although he had big shoes to fill, he did an impeccable job with a chic black and white palette. And Hollywood's roster of cool-girl stars, like Carey Mulligan and Elizabeth Olsen, have already flocked to his designs for various press appearances all over the world. As if that weren't enough, it seems the collection may have something of a superstar fan in Lady Gaga. Head inside to witness them all.
- Cate Blanchett's Armani fragrance ad revealed! — Marie Claire
- See COVERGIRL's Hunger Games' Catching Fire collection! — E Online
- Natalie Portman as the face of Rouge Dior — Design Scene
- The Sunrise team go makeup free this morning! — Sunrise
- Elizabeth Olsen for cover of Dazed and Confused — Fashion Gone Rogue
- Carrie Underwood teams up with OPI nails — WWD
- Are Cara's enviable brows to blame for drop in tweezer sales? — Stylecaster
- Three Winter Natio metallics swatched and reviewed — The Plastic Diaries
When Nicolas Ghesquière stepped down as creative director at Balenciaga last July, Alexander Wang took the helm. His first collection for the French fashion house was Fall 2013, and although he had big shoes to fill, he did an impeccable job with a chic black and white palette. And Hollywood's roster of cool-girl stars, like Carey Mulligan and Elizabeth Olsen, have already flocked to his designs for various press appearances all over the world. Head inside to witness them all.
We dare you to flick through this week's Top 10 and not feel inspired — from the pops of prints and pretty pinks, to the leg-baring minis and figure-skimming sheaths, there was so much to feast our eyes on. Making the cut? Rose Byrne in her divine white Christopher Kane number and cool accessories, Rosie HW in form-following Isabel Marant, Cate Blanchett in dramatic Balenciaga and more.
But you know who stole the show? Jordana Brewster, looking impossibly sexy and cool in loose-fitting Balenciaga — the intense powder blue made Jordana's hair and skin glow and shine like no one else we saw this week, and those two-strap Saint Laurent sandals were the perfect undestated anchor for her long legs. Now that's playing up to your assets! Click through to see who else made the cut. . .
For those who love the ease of dressing in Summer, the change of seasons can bring a black cloud over your personal style. Floral dresses are replaced by boring sweaters and drab colours sub-in for Spring's pretty pastel palette. We want to turn that sartorial frown upside-down, because there are plenty of reasons to be excited about getting dressed during Winter. 57 of them, to be precise. We've gone back through our off-duty celebrity archives to bring you a celebrity mood board of the best kind. From luxurious layers to clever colour combinations to a serious flirtation with texture — the options are endless. Your cool-climate inspiration awaits!
From natural, fresh-faced makeup looks, to braided hair and bold lips — there's no beauty look our favourite celebrities won't try. Julianne Moore and Constance Jablonski opted for bare faces, and we think they've never looked prettier! Olivia Palermo was all about the braided hair and our cover girl Poppy Delevingne reminded us of just how sexy a red lip (and not much else) can be. There's much more to see — including two stars with fresh fringes — so click through and have a squiz!