Stars like Timothée Chalamet, Lil Nas X, Nicole Kidman and more wore the color predictions on last year’s red carpets.
Celebrities looked to Pantone’s fall 2021 color predictions for last year’s red carpet appearances.
How celebrity stylists for Olivia Rodrigo, Emma Watson and Kristen Stewart are promoting sustainable fashion, as part of a recurring series.
As the 78th Golden Globe Awards are set to take place on Feb. 28, WWD looks back at some of the most unforgettable looks seen at the awards ceremony over the years.
The Hollywood personal styling treatment is getting a sustainable e-makeover.
Ultimate Gray and Illuminating popped up at multiple red carpets this year on the likes of Ariana Grande, Janelle Monáe, Sienna Miller and other celebrities.
Ariana Grande, Janelle Monáe, Sienna Miller and other celebrities have already looked to Pantone’s colors of 2021 for there red carpet style this year.
Red Carpet Green Dress, in partnership with Tencel Luxe, awarded two winners for the 2020 global design contest: one for a gown, the other a suit.
The ceo emphasized the importance of including marginalized communities in discussions and decision making.
There were plenty of designer dresses and diamonds galore, even if we could only see most of it from the waist up.
On the subject of the Hollywood-fashion symbiosis, she says, “machines don’t have to be pollutants.”
Some say yes, others have doubts.
“I really hope, as other awards shows start to come back, we will see more Black designers represented — not just when it’s convenient,” said L.A. designer Claude Kameni.
The design contest is open from May 12 to July 30, judging on criteria like eco-textiles and waste.
Bvlgari's Jean-Christophe Babin describes diversity and inclusion as an ethos embedded into the renowned brand.