Forget bold neon or even pastel. This season's yellow nail polish look is a pure, unadulterated take on the bright, cheery hue. Think: NYC taxi cab, buttercup-flower yellow. Seen recently on stars like Leona Lewis (left), Jenna Elfman (upper right) and Jessica Szohr (lower right), the warm-coloUred polish is a great accent to Summer's breezy wardrobe choices. To add a little flair, take a note from Jessica, who opted to pair her two-tone polish look with an orange hue. There's nothing mellow about yellow. Try: Darling Rubber Duckie ($18.95) or Zoya Creamy ($19).
Halloween parties kicked off over the weekend and didn't wrap late last night, drawing US celebs from NYC to LA out for the festivities. Now that the holiday's officially over, you've got 364 days to start brainstorming next year's killer costume and we've rounded up our favourite celebrity costumes to help inspire. From the guests at Kate Hudson and Heidi Klum's Halloween bashes, celebrity guests got busy dressing the part — from the good, like Lauren Conrad's sweet Minnie Mouse style to sexy a la Miranda Kerr's sizzling ringmaster get up, to the downright scary — Heidi, we're looking at your cadaver suit — all style rules went out the window. Instead, we're looking to the wacky, zany, and all-out creative for high-impact Halloween looks. Step inside to see them all!
Michael Jackson’s life, music and legacy were celebrated on Saturday night with the Michael Forever tribute concert held at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium in Wales. Artists who were inspired by the King of Pop sang some of his greatest hits in front of a crowd of 50,000 fans, including Christina Aguilera (“Smile” and “Dirty Diana”), Jamie Foxx (“Rock With You”), Ne-Yo (“Billie Jean”), Cee Lo Green (“I Can’t Help It”) and Leona Lewis (“Strangers in Moscow”). Members of Michael’s family were also on hand to perform and introduce acts, including his brothers Marlon, Tito and Jackie, who belted out “Blame It on the Boogie” by the Jackson 5, and La Toya Jackson, who sang “In the Closet.” A highlight of the night was when Michael’s kids Prince, Blanket and Paris took to the stage to introduce a video performance by Beyoncé. Paris said, “We’re very happy to be here on this special night to honour our father . . . She [Beyoncé] carries the torch lit by our father and it gives me great pleasure to introduce this woman.” The timing of the concert wasn’t ideal as it took place in the middle of Dr. Conrad Murray’s manslaughter trial, but it was still a great night filled with tributes to Michael.
A slew of the most stylish British celebs frock up in London last night for the GQ Men of the Year Awards, with yet again, the ladies outshining the men of the evening. Whilst Bradley Coooper's suave tux was indeed a sight to behold, we'd rather take ownership of Lara Stone's zingy orange shift. Other looks of note included Emma Watson's tartan McQ prom dress, Kylie Minogue's satin Dolce & Gabbana A/W '11 cocktail frock and Charlize Theron's elegant A/W '11 Roland Mouret number. Step inside to scope all the red carpet action.
Kylie Minogue and Emma Watson were among the many stylish ladies who attended the British GQ Men of the Year Awards in at The Royal Opera House in London last night. Kylie looked gorgeous in a little black dress while Emma showed off an edgier look in a tartan print frock. They were joined by the likes of Holly Valance, who will appear on the newest series of Strictly Come Dancing, Charlize Theron, Leona Lewis, and models Lara Stone and Daisy Lowe at the event. Among the men who came out to celebrate were U2, Bradley Cooper, Heston Blumenthal, Jamie Callum and John Legend.
The big movie news today is once again about a remake, and this time, it's the 1992 romance The Bodyguard that's being redone. Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner star in the original as a pop star and the man hired to protect her, who of course fall in love along the way. This new version will update the story by making the leading man a former Iraq war veteran whose first job back is this bodyguard gig, while producers are seeking a young female singer to play opposite him. Since no one has been cast as the leads yet, we thought we'd play casting agent matchmaker and tell you who we'd love to see together. What do you think of these picks?
We were so all about Miley Cyrus vs. Selena Gomez (it's been neck-and-neck but Miley is just in the lead currently) at the LA premiere of Never Say Never yesterday, that we completely bypassed Leona Lewis' new bangs. Oopsie! Still, better late than never. So tell us, what do you think about the British beauty's new look? She's kept the super-long length, but taken the tone darker and add in some eyelash-grazing bangs. We're getting a RiRi vibe. You? Do you like it?
Celebs got their best frocks on for the Roberto Cavalli party at Les Beaux-Arts de Paris as part of Fashion Week last night. Taylor Swift showed off her pins in a black minidress with strappy sandals, while Leona Lewis went for lots of volume in a coral gown. Rachel Bilson looked gorgeous in a leopard print number, and will be reuniting with The OC creator Josh Schwartz as she plays the lead in a new TV series called Ghost Angeles.
What a way to kickstart Paris Fashion Week! Celebs, models and the fashion pack flocked to celebrate designer Roberto Cavalli's 40th Anniversary Dinner held at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Cavalli fans Taylor Swift, Leona Lewis, Rachel Bilson and Leigh Lezark all turned up to honour the designer, as did models Karolina Kurkova, Heidi Klum and Natalia Vodianova.To commemorate the occasion, Cavalli has also released a book about his last 40 years in the fashion industry. Check out our gallery of the night's stunning celebs!
After the star studded front rows at the shows yesterday, celebs attended the amFAR cocktail party and auction at Milan Fashion Week. Leigh Lezark DJ'd at the bash, while Heidi Klum helped the auction on its way. Leona Lewis looked beautiful in a long black dress, and performed during the evening, while Heidi stood out in her gorgeous metallic gown after attending Roberto Cavalli's show earlier in the day.