Amanda Seyfried and Sharon Stone's new film, Lovelace, hasn't hit cinemas yet, but the actresses have kick-started their promotional tour in serious style. While Sharon has been defying her age in form-fitting dresses, Amanda has turned out a range of feminine, sexy, and totally sleek looks from the likes of Givenchy, Gucci, and Stella McCartney. Get a glimpse of the latest in what's sure to be a long line of her spotlight-worthy looks right here.
Amanda Seyfried donned a sexy Gucci mini dress to hit the red carpet at Hollywood's Egyptian Theatre for the LA premiere of her film Lovelace last night. Amanda had the help of her co-stars Sharon Stone, Chris Noth and Adam Brody for the West Coast debut of the movie, which releases in Australia on Sept. 26. Also in attendance for the premiere were Amanda's directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman.
Although much of the close-knit cast turned up for last night's red carpet festivities, Amanda's co-star Peter Sarsgaard, who plays her abusive husband, Chuck Traynor, in the film, was missing from the action. Peter and Amanda did sit down together for a recent interview with US GQ, in which they discussed filming their sex scenes for the biopic about 1970s porn star Linda Lovelace. Peter admitted, "To be honest, that was, like, the least of our worries. It wasn't that bad. I mean, it was weird at first," though, he did go on to reveal, "I've been having a whole crisis with acting. I've lost my taste for both violence and sex — in movies, in any case. To be honest, while we were doing the movie, it was fine. But in retrospect it makes me feel uneasy."
The ladies of Lovelace looked, well, lovely at last night's Las Vegas premiere. Amanda Seyfried turned heads in a leg-flaunting white mini-dress and suede pumps — simple, to the point, and totally chic. Sharon Stone, too, kept it more minimalist but no less stunning in a black button-down and a high-waisted white pencil skirt. To finish, she needed little else but a pair of metallic-tinged platforms and her mega-watt smile — this 55 year-old hasn't aged a bit since her Basic Instinct days. Now that you've got all the details, it's time to pick a winner. Does Amanda's mini-dress get your vote, or did Sharon's posh look steal the spotlight?
Amanda Seyfried had a busy but glamorous day promoting her new film, Lovelace, around NYC yesterday. She started out her morning by joining her co-stars Peter Sarsgaard, Sharon Stone, Debi Mazar and Adam Brody for a press conference to discuss the biopic, which tells the story of 1970s porn star Linda Lovelace, who rose to fame through her iconic adult film, Deep Throat. After her morning of interviews, Amanda made a quick change into a pink-and-white Balmain ensemble for a stop by the Late Show With David Letterman, where she was accompanied by her dog, Finn, for the appearance. Later on in the evening, Givenchy-clad Amanda rejoined her Lovelace cast, Peter, Sharon, Debi and Adam, on the red carpet for a screening of the film. Also in attendance for the film's NYC debut were her co-stars Chris Noth and Hank Azaria, as well as the film's directors, Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman. The cast and crew continued the fun at a rooftop afterparty following the screening.
Parties are always a big draw at the Cannes Film Festival, and one of the biggest soirees of all is the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS event. The top stars in the modelling and movie business converge to help raise funds for the cause, doing so in their most glamorous of hair and makeup trends. See how Jessica Chastain, Joan Smalls, and more stunned on the red carpet.
Day eight at Cannes has proved just as glamorous as the very first day on the festival's red carpet. On par with Cannes past, this season's stylish set kicked off the glamour Gatsby-style with the film's premiere on day one, and continued to wow with every subsequent premiere and party. Yesterday's round of events were no exception — just click through for jaw-dropping arrivals from the supermodel crew at the Behind the Candelabra premiere, plus Jessica Chastain and even Sharon Stone at the post-premiere parties. It doesn't stop there; inside you'll find every Cannes appearance so far, so just keep clicking — and stay tuned for all the red carpet action right here.
We're taking one last style-focused look at Milan Fashion Week's front-row set and after-party whimsy, as the fashion crowd heads to Paris. These impossibly chic industry insiders, along with some classic stunners (hello, Charlotte Casiraghi!), never shied away from donning a mashup of quirky and sophisticated ensembles as they bounced from show to show — not to mention, from one party to the next. Between amfAR's fete and W's dance party, we were treated to a mix of elegant evening dresses and more colourful fare from the likes of Dree Hemingway and Solange Knowles. See what outfits caught our eye (front row and center), plus an arsenal of awe-inspiring Anna Dello Russo looks, when you keep clicking.
Milan Fashion Week may be winding down — but the front row shows no signs of slowing down. This crew of impossibly chic industry insiders, along with some classic stunners (hello, Charlotte Casiraghi!), hasn't shied away from donning a signature mix of quirky and sophisticated ensembles as they bounce from show to show. And just to add to the already fashion-forward showing, our favourite models, fashion darlings, and editors rounded out the latest attendees at fashion week parties. Between amfAR's fete and W's dance party, we were treated to a mix of elegant evening dresses (that'd be you, Solange!) and more colourful fare from the likes of Dree Hemingway. Of course, there's also a bevy of front-row ensembles, like Anna Dello Russo's latest, to keep us inspired with their always creative mash-ups. Click through to get caught up.
Celebrity fashion-lovers flocked to Paris for this week's haute couture fashion week. Kicking things off in style was Versace's runway presentation, drawing Gleeks Lea Michele and Matthew Morrison as well as Jessica Alba and Mad Men's resident siren Christina Hendricks to sit front row, while Christian Dior, Armani Privé and Chanel attracted royalty of the real (Princesses Charlene and Tatiana), and Hollywood (Sophia Loren), variety. From day four, Valentino brought the heavy-hitters with Olivia Palermo, Clémence Poésy and stylish duo Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in attendance. Louis Vuitton didn't put on a show, but the celeb-filled store opening brought the level of style we've come to expect from a week at Paris couture fashion week. Step inside to see the our best-of-the-best, fabulous front row round-up!
The watch for red-carpet glamour is at an all-time high as we near the Oscars, but before we can ready ourselves for the onslaught of dazzling gowns at this year's awards, we're testing your knowledge of looks from the past. Some made the best-dressed list, others left us scratching our heads — either way, these looks solidified their status in Oscar's fashion history. Think you know the designers behind the looks and the A-listers who made them famous? Let's find out — quiz time!