Lady Gaga, Emily Blunt, Yara Shahidi and more have already embraced Pantone fall colors for 2019.
The SAG Awards red carpet was brimming with glamour, including with the return of Marchesa.
As the red carpet becomes more diverse, a new generation of Hollywood image-makers is stepping into the fashion spotlight. Stylists to Michael B. Jordan, Regina King, Lady Gaga, Yalitza Aparicio and Melissa McCarthy talk about dressing the diverse red carpet.
KiKi Layne, Our Lady J, Patricia Clarkson, Laura Harrier and Dina Shihabi also turn out for the Critics’ Choice Awards, where inclusivity was a recurring theme.
With the Oscars hostless and in apparent disarray, will fashion prove even more important that ever?
The Recording Academy nominated eight artists per category this year instead of five — no doubt to accommodate the stream of new music being released daily.
Other honorees included Charlize Theron, Keira Knightley, Mia Farrow, Sarah Paulson, Angela Bassett, Yara Shahidi and Shonda Rhimes.
The singer took a break from promoting “A Star Is Born” to join guests including Karl Lagerfeld at the show.
Gaga’s longtime hairstylist Frederic Aspiras crafted her “Elizabethan” updo, inspired by the original runway look.
The house plans to unveil a redesigned e-commerce site in October carrying a capsule of Slimane’s new collection for women and men.
A portion of proceeds from the collection will benefit the FDNY Foundation.