Monochromatic dressing (that is, wearing one colour head to toe) is all the rage right now, and here are three celebrities to show us how it's done in various hues. Victoria's Secret model Candice Swanepoel chose a crisp all-white ensemble during her recent travels, Girls actress Zosia Mamet opted for a cobalt pairing — a silky button-down with high-waist trousers, both by Honor — at the premiere of The Company You Keep in NYC, and Karolina Kurkova showed off her style chops in a red shorts suit at a Moncler event in Miami Beach. What's great about going monochromatic is that it takes the guessing game out of getting dressed. You pick one colour you love and stick with it — easy enough, right? But despite it being a huge new season trend, would you rock a monochromatic ensemble like these celebs did? Share your thoughts with us below.
Rosario Dawson met up with ex-boyfriend Danny Boyle to premiere their new film, Trance, in NYC last night. She was joined by her co-star Vincent Cassel as she joked around on the red carpet while wearing a stunning Bottega Veneta pink dress. Later, Rosario, Danny and Vincent headed to the premiere's after party where the actress celebrated the arrival of a pizza delivery by cheering for joy. The cast weren't the only stars who attended the event, with The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus arriving on the arm of Debbie Harry, and Girls stars Jemima Kirke and Zosia Mamet catching a screening of the new flick.
The premiere comes hot on the heels of the announcement that Rosario and Danny had broken up, although it isn't clear how long the couple had been dating. The two were last seen together when Rosario donned a bikini during a vacation in Barbados back in January. There are rumours that Rosario is moving on with Michael Fassbender after the two were spotted together in London over the weekend.
Calling this past week a big one may be a slight understatement. With the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards kicking us off, we were thrown into a glamorous world full of incredible dresses, funny on-stage moments and red carpet shenanigans. Ben Affleck and Sofia Vergara brought some laughs to the red carpet when they busted out some moves together, and Jennifer Lawrence wowed crowds with her showstopping Dior gown. Meanwhile, Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom put to bed rumours of their split with a loved-up date night at the Instyle after-party. A world away, Robert Pattinson pulled a sneaky on us by arriving at Melbourne airport without any fanfare — he kept his arrival so quiet, he had no fans around him! That's not nearly all, though — click through to see what else your favourite stars got up to!
The fun continued yesterday as stars celebrated the 70th Annual Golden Globes with HBO's official after party at Circa 55 restaurant in the Beverly Hilton. Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban showed love during the bash, while Golden Globe winner Lena Dunham hung out with Judd Apatow inside. Presenter Robert Pattinson and best actress winner Julianne Moore worked the room and Mad Men's Jon Hamm shared a moment with Zosia Mamet from Girls.
The hotel also played host to several other after parties, including celebrations thrown by NBC, InStyle and The Weinstein Company. Celebrities like Joe Manganiello and Ewan McGregor were among the party-hoppers that visited more than one event throughout the evening.
Just like the rest of the world, we've fallen very hard for new TV show Girls. The quirky but oh-so-cool cast stepped out to premiere the much anticipated second season of the show — bringing with them their beauty A-games. Click through to see lead stars Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet, and Jemima Kirke doing their thing and looking pretty with a capital P.
Lena Dunham and Allison Williams were joined by their castmates and quite a few celebrity friends when they premiered the second season of Girls in NYC yesterday. Lena wore a strapless Valentino jumpsuit while Allison wore an Altuzarra ensemble. Zosia Mamet and Jemima Kirke, who gave birth to her second child seven weeks ago, hammed it up with their co-stars on the red carpet while the men of Girls — Adam Driver, Christopher Abbott, Andrew Rannells and Alex Karpovsky — took photos together. Solange Knowles also attended the event along with HBO stars like Michael K. Williams and Steve Buscemi.
The cast and Lena in particular have been in the press quite a bit lately as they promote the new season of their hit series, which premieres in Australia on Monday, Jan. 14 on Showcase. Lena recently opened up about her awkward teenage years, saying she didn't have any friends and was a "chubby teenager." Despite her pre-Girls troubles, Lena is enjoying the success of her HBO show, including a nomination at Monday's Golden Globes.
On another red carpet about 3,000 miles away from the People's Choice Awards, the ladies of HBO's Girls stepped out in NYC to celebrate the season two premiere. (For fellow fanatics, it comes back this Monday, 8.30 Showtime) But it wasn't just Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet, and Jemima Kirke making stylish waves — although we'll get to that in a minute — it seems as if much of the fashion industry and downtown cool-girl set were in attendance as well. On the short list: Solange Knowles went bold in a printed Just Cavalli Pre-Fall 2013 suit, Zoë Kravitz dressed in darker laid-back layers, Lily Kwong went two-tone in a peplum top and trousers, and Nicky Hilton opted for a leggier look via one pleated, flared black leather skirt. As for the show's main foursome? We loved how they effortlessly showed off their unique style. With Zosia in a black-and-white ruffled mini, Allison in a gilded Altuzarra top and skirt, Lena in a black Valentino jumpsuit, and Jemima in a flowy black maxi dress, it wasn't hard to see how each actress embodies and differs from their on-screen persona. Ready for more?
Leonardo DiCaprio debuted Django Unchained in NYC yesterday. Leo was joined by his co-stars Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson, as well as director Quentin Tarantino, on the red carpet. Leo, who is currently filming The Wolf of Wall Street, also celebrated alongside pals Olivia Wilde, John Legend, Liv Tyler and Cameron Diaz. Leo and Cameron have been seeing a lot of each other lately, as they were spotted celebrating for charity in NYC back in November.
Django's premiere came just ahead of this morning's SAG nominations. Despite all the awards season buzz around the film, it received zero nominations. Nonetheless, early reviews for Django Unchained are excellent. Australian audiences will get to see Quentin's latest for themselves when it's released on Jan. 24.
A party is a party, but a Vogue party is one where the guest list reads like a who's who of fashion's most famed insiders. Last night proved to be just that when the style crowd gathered to watch HBO's documentary, In Vogue: The Editor's Eye. The fashion doco will air in the States on Dec. 6, but we'll have to make do with snooping the party pics. The style world elite like Jenna Lyons, favourite faces like Joan Smalls, and celebrity trendsetters like Sarah Jessica Parker, joined the editrix in chief to fete the film at the Met. Obviously, our attention is on what everyone was wearing — like Joan Smalls showing off her pins in those metallic shorts, or Jenna Lyons exhibiting her signature — and spot-on — mix of tomboy-glam. Click on to see who else joined Anna Wintour last night; then tell us your pick for best dressed in the comments.
Exaggerated parts were all over the runway for Spring 2013, and last night they popped up on the Emmys red carpet. How did stars style their deep side parts? The possibilities seemed endless. Kerry Washington opted for a classic chignon with lots of volume. Hairstylist Kiyah Wright's secret for Kerry's voluminous style was to tease the hair at the root. Then, she added a few clip-in extensions backward before parting her hair to bump up the volume.
Zosia Mamet added serious drama to her side part with a sleek and stylish bun. The Girls star's bold brows and simple makeup added even more emphasis to her side-swept up 'do. Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss added a tousled curl to her recent pixie cut, which countered and softened the severity of her deep part. Stylist Cervando Maldonado used both Velcro rollers and a curling iron to accentuate the wave in her style. To protect Elisabeth's hair, Maldonado used Wella Professionals Thermal Image spray before curling. If you're a little worried about testing out this dramatic part, follow Elisabeth's lead and keep the rest of the hair soft. This statement-making part looks just as great for everyday wear as it does for a glamorous night on the red carpet.