Tom Cruise's latest leading lady, Ukrainian actress Olga Kurylenko, lights up the big screen in Oblivion. But the former Bond girl's high-fashion choices have also been drawing major attention on red carpets worldwide. At the most recent Oblivion premiere in Japan, Kurylenko stepped out in a gorgeous striped Dior ball gown, but she's treated us to a variety of glamorous looks on every stop of her promo tour. For the Hollywood premiere, she took the plunge in a sexier Burberry number; in Taiwan, she gave us high fashion in a Balmain minidress with gold Jimmy Choo sandals — for more from Oblivion's leading lady, just keep clicking.
Hailee Steinfeld hit the Met Gala red carpet wearing a one-of-a-kind dress by Donna Karan Atelier. Look closely and you'll see that the bone-hued tea-length dress is actually made out of leather, and adorned with oxidized antique gold safety pins and studs. To further her punk flair, the Romeo and Juliet actress completed her look with Eddie Borgo jewels, a shimmery gold Jimmy Choo clutch, and matching sparkly shoes. Green eyeshadow and a tough 'do finish off her look — are you feeling it?
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Zoe Saldana stepped, or should we say skipped, out in Berlin in this delightful Calvin Klein Collection ensemble yesterday. She was on press tour duty for Star Trek Into Darkness, joining co-stars Zachary Quinto and Alice Eve for the photocall in the German capital. Shirking off the traditionally staid vibe that a charcoal two-piece brings, Zoe — or should we say her stylist Mara Roszak, put a playful spin on things via this pleated skirt and crop-top combo. A pair of cut-out Jimmy Choo suede ankle booties and a bejewelled headpiece by Jennifer Behr (which, btw, you can still buy) finished off her femme look. We thought it was worth zooming in on, so step inside to see it up close, and from all the angles.
Zoe Saldana has arrived! The actress hit the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards looking sleek and sophisticated from head to toe. Saldana showed some leg in a floor-length lace floral skirt from Givenchy's A/W '13 collection, which she paired with a fitted black long-sleeved top and ankle-strap Jimmy Choo Kalpa heels. We love the simplicity of her look. Even though the skirt is inherently sexy — with its sheer panels and thigh-high slit — Saldana tempered it with a clean, unfussy shirt and minimal accessories, opting only for a cool emerald snake ring. Are you feeling her look?
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Zoe Saldana, Reese Witherspoon, Naomi Watts and Nina Dobrev were all on hand to support their respective stylists for The Hollywood Reporter's 25 Most Powerful Stylists event today. Kaley Cuoco, Abbie Cornish and Dianna Agron were also in attendance to celebrate. The annual luncheon, which was held at LA's SoHo House, was hosted by Jimmy Choo and honours the most successful celebrity stylists of the year. This year's list includes heavy-hitters like Brad Goreski, L'Wren Scott and Rachel Zoe, who was recognised for dressing Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway and Jennifer Garner this awards season.
The actresses all arrived in style, and most paired their pretty daytime looks with Jimmy Choo accessories. Reese posed with her stylist Leslie Fremar, who also dresses stars like Charlize Theron and Julianne Moore, while Kaley Cuoco stuck close to her fashion guru, Tara Swennen, who counts Kristen Stewart as one of her clients. Nina, who wore a red Max Mara jumpsuit, chatted with Zoe Saldana during the event, and shared photos of herself at the event on her Twitter page, including one with stylist Ilaria Urbinati.
As much as we love swooning over gowns, we are always up for a fabulous pair of shoes. From Diane Kruger's chic white Christian Louboutin pumps at the Vanity Fair after-party to Anne Hathaway's ankle straps peeking out from her Prada dress, we have the best shoes from Oscars night — but it doesn't stop there. We've also rounded up the most stunning heels from all the pre-Oscar parties and the Independent Spirit Awards. Click through to zoom in on over 60 amazing heels from the 2013 Oscars festivities right now — just don't blame us if you end up with a serious case of shoe envy.
Nina Dobrev went playful — and gilded — on the 2013 Independent Spirit Awards pink carpet, courtesy of an embellished white Michael Kors shorts set. The Vampire Diaries star skipped the cocktail-dress approach in favour of a leg-baring look, but kept the glamour fully intact via the top's sparkly texture and a shiny gold Michael Kors belt. As for everything else? Dobrev kept it simple. Namely, she polished off her outfit with a beachy ponytail, one lone H.Stern ring, and matching gold strappy Jimmy Choo sandals. Does she get your vote?
The dress might be what gets most of the attention on your big day, but what about what's happening south of your ankles? Yes, you need to focus on your feet, too! Finding wedding-appropriate heels can be quite the challenge, what with the plethora of nanna-height, satin-covered, diamonte-sprinkled styles around. Defy the odds with a pair of shoes that will get you down the aisle in style. After some considerable online searches, we've found ten wedding-day heels that you'll actually want to wear again. Here comes the bride . . .
In the lead up to Christmas, it seems like a lot of things are getting more and more festive — and fashion's in on the whole thing! Diane Kruger's stunning Prabal Gurung gown was a spectacle of frills and sporty accents, while Anne Hathaway's showstopping Givenchy sparkler cemented her status as a leading lady of all things style-related. But it wasn't all so detailed! Bringing us back down to a simpler earth was Taylor Swift, looking foxy in her LBD and simple peep-toe heels, and Ashley Madekwe, whose slate-grey sheath we would like in our closets right now, thanks. That's not all! There's so much more to see from the week gone by — click through the gallery to see the full round-up of the top ten best dressed celebs.
The silly season is near upon us, which means one thing to us; party season style. Our usual MO for special occasion dressing is to let our inner bower bird off the chain, but this year we're adopting a more tactical, more grown-up and — dare we say it — cooler approach. It comes thanks to one of our all-time favourite girl crushes — ex-Russh editor and now NYC-based stylist Stevie Dance. She lay down her rules to dressing for this time of the year, with rather strict instructions on how to not look like a Christmas tree. Here are our top five take-away tips and the pieces that will change the way you dress for special occasions — for the better.