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.
As we stare down the barrel of day eight at the Cannes Film Festival, celebrity glamour shows no signs of slowing. On par with festivals 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. Case in point: yesterday's round of premieres drew jaw-dropping arrivals from Joan Smalls, Jessica Chastain, and even Sharon Stone. Just click through for every Cannes appearance so far — and stay tuned for all the red carpet action right here.
As we head into day seven at the Cannes Film Festival, celebrity glamour shows no signs of slowing. On par with festivals 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. Case in point: yesterday's Blood Ties premiere, where Zoe Saldana, Marion Cotillard, Selita Ebanks, and Milla Jovovich all stepped out in equally stunning evening looks. Click through to see every jaw-dropping appearance — and stay tuned for all the red carpet action right here.
Last week, the celebrities taught a lesson in eye-brightening makeup techniques. Michelle Trachtenberg, Selita Ebanks, and Vanessa Hudgens were all spotted with illuminating shadow shades that can work on all skin tones.
Fair Skin: If you have a fair complexion, a white eyeliner like Shu Uemura's Eye Light Pencil White ($25) is a must have for your eye makeup kit. At Madonna's Fashion Evolution Pop-Up Exhibit, Michelle wore a shimmering shade on the bottom corners of her eyes, which was blended with royal blue liner underneath. Also, try applying the liner in the lower waterline to get a doe-eyed effect.
Medium Skin: For medium skin tones, take a note from Vanessa Hudgens's makeup look also from Madonna's Fashion Evolution Pop-Up Exhibit. She wore a pearlescent shadow like L'Oréal Infallible Eyeshadow in Endless Pearl on the inner corners of her eye and underneath. The iridescent shadow balances the inky black of her eyeliner and offers a brightening effect.
Dark Skin: At the Nylon cover celebration Selita Ebanks proved that dark lipstick can (and should) be worn in the Spring, but to counter the deep hue, she wore a shimmering taupe shadow like Maybelline Color Tattoo Eyeshadow in Tough as Taupe ($11.95) from her lash line to her brows. It's the ideal colour to draw light to the eyes on darker complexions.
Celebrities may be best known for their glamorous red-carpet beauty looks, but they know how to embrace casual styles, too. Whether you're chilling with friends at dinner or hitting the mall to make a few returns, there's something here to inspire. Looking so effortlessly beautiful just got a whole lot easier.
Celebrities may be best known for their glamorous red-carpet beauty looks, but they know how to embrace casual styles, too. Whether you're chilling with friends at a beach-side cafe or hitting the shops to make a few returns, there's something here to inspire. Looking so effortlessly beautiful just got a whole lot easier.
The annual UNICEF Snowflake ball drew a star-studded crowd in New York last night, with Katy Perry, Selena Gomez and more putting on their party best to support and honour the charity's lifesaving programs. Opting for a striking moody look, Katy kept her hair sleek and simple to accompany her Naeem Khan caped gown, while Selena Gomez, Selita Ebanks and Allison Williams all chose bouncy waves for the occasion. From classic red lips to modern metallic eyes, there's nothing like a black-tie function to get you inspired for the holiday season. Check out all the beauty looks inside our gallery!
The LBD gets an even sexier tilt when you add a little lace — just look to Eva Mendes's latest for the full LBLD effect. Eva again solidified her status as a Hollywood bombshell with one curve-conscious lace Dolce & Gabbana sheath — but she's not the only celeb who knows the sultry potential of the LBLD. Keri Russell turned up the drama in a lace-inset black sheath, while Karolina Kurkova tempered the all-out sultry vibe of her Chantilly lace dress with a wool vest. There's something a little dark, incredibly sexy, and decidedly seasonal in each of these styles — plus the many more to flip through inside. Click on to get inspired by every iteration of the little black lace dress, then shop our editors' picks just in time for all of your end-of-year soirées ahead.
Half the fun of Fashion Week is seeing who pops up in the front row — cue this stylish set of stars, like Olivia Palermo and Kate Bosworth. As much as we're watching the runway, we can't help but look to the front row for its own worthy style inspiration. With day two in full swing, we spotted Olivia taking front row at Peter Som; Kate Bosworth stepping out for Cushnie et Ochs; and Hilary Rhoda showing off white denim backstage at Rebecca Minkoff (before taking the runway). Click on to get caught up on all the celebs making the rounds at New York Fashion Week so far.
The next time you find yourself in front of your mirror trying to get your updo just right, take a step back. Tousled styles are having a moment. Recently, Jennifer Lawrence (left), model Selita Ebanks (upper right), and Olivia Palermo (lower right) have all been spotted sporting this cool messy look.
To re-create the style at home, the trick is to form lots of body as a base. Prime your hair with a texture-enhancing product, like KEVIN.MURPHY's new Texture.Master ($34.95). Then, it's time to customise. Pull random sections of your hair away from your hairline and bobby-pin them at the back of your head. Whether you allow pieces to fall in your face is up to you. In the back, gather a portion of hair at the nape of your neck, and pull it into a loose, deconstructed ponytail. For an even more imperfect and dramatic look, tease pieces of your hair near the hair elastic, and you're done . . . or should we say undone.