A crew of Hollywood bombshells — from Olivia Wilde in a jaw-dropping Gucci gown to Selena Gomez and Eva Longoria in high-wattage red confections — gave this week's top 10 one very clear common denominator: a decidedly glamorous tilt. Film premieres and parties meant we were treated to a range of red-carpet styles, both cocktail dresses with a sweet Spring feel and floor-length gowns with drama-inducing effects. But to see who else joined this week's most stylish set, you'll have to keep clicking.
Oscars aside, this week inspired another round of enviable celebrity looks at Paris Fashion Week, Oz's promotional tour, and a number of parties and premieres — proof that there was no shortage of celebrity glamour after the big show. It may be a less dressed-up crew than the Academy's red carpet, but Marion Cotillard in a polished Dior ensemble, Miranda Kerr's brand of street chic, and Olivia Palermo's Paris Fashion Week arrival are all evidence of life after award season. In this batch, we're also treated to more Spring-minded ensembles as we make the jump to March with Solange Knowles's Moschino polka dots and white pumps. Click through now for the rest of this week's top 10.
We're breaking from the street style and Fashion Week's front row to bring you a look at the most glamorous fashion stars of the week. The Berlin Film Festival, pre-Oscar festivities, and even a couple of well-timed LA store openings supplied us with a dressier mix from favorites like Zoe Saldana, Jennifer Lawrence, and Rooney Mara. For starters, Zoe stepped out in a fresh, strapless Alexander McQueen dress for an appearance at the Academy's Scientific and Technical Awards in LA — but like we said, that's just the beginning. Keep clicking for this week's best dressed.
If you're fully immersed in Fashion Week, we can hardly blame you — but we'd be remiss not to mention the A-listers who showed off their style prowess beyond the tents. This week's set offered up fashion fodder of the dressier kind — Emmy Rossum lit up the red carpet at the NYC premiere of Beautiful Creatures in a black-and-white Andrew Gn gown, Anne Hathaway premiered Les Misérables in pink Prada in Paris, and Miranda Kerr slipped into the chicest kind of LBD, courtesy of Scanlan & Theodore, for an appearance in Melbourne. But for the rest of this week's best dressed, you'll have to step inside.
The week began with the SAG Awards and ends Sunday with the Super Bowl, a busy schedule that set the stage for a number of celebrity appearances and the chic eventwear to go with them. Not all were straight from the red carpet; another day in the life of Miranda Kerr served as yet another example of the most sophisticated street style, while Jessica Chastain showed off a gorgeous coat and a covetable bit of Dolce & Gabbana arm candy while out and about in NYC. As for the more glamorous style notes, both Kate and Rooney Mara had a stylish week at their respective premieres, making the rounds in pretty Peter Som and Alexander McQueen, and just in case you missed Beyoncé's jaw-dropping appearance (and performance) at the Super Bowl halftime press conference, we've got a glimpse of that LWD, too. Step inside for a look at all that, plus the rest of this week's best dressed.
In the way of celebrity style fodder, we're looking to Couture Week, the inauguration, a few film premieres (hello, Jennifer Lopez), and even Sundance to draw from the most glamorous of the week. There's no shortage of high-impact red-carpet wear here — and even a glimpse of what the Couture collections look like off the runway, thanks to Leelee Sobieski in a stunning Dior confection straight from Raf Simons's Spring '13 lineup. As for the sexier side of things, Chrissy Teigen delivered with a bombshell moment at the inauguration, while Emily Blunt's Alexander McQueen look was the best blend of sultry and sleek. That's not even the half of it — the rest of this week's best dressed are all inside.
The Golden Globes didn't provide the only red-carpet fodder for the week — in fact, far from it. And it would be remiss of us to not pay proper homage to the noteworthy looks of the week just because they didn't happen to enter the Beverly Hilton last Sunday evening. Among the stylish contenders for our top 10 honors? Birthday girl Kate Moss showed us yet another way to rock a serious leopard coat, and Scarlett Johansson, in an all-black Dolce & Gabbana ensemble, attended the opening of her Broadway show Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Julianne Hough went bold with a neon-orange fit-and-flare dress, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley showed off another (read: printed) Céline luggage tote to covet, and Sarah Jessica Parker donned another urban-chic getup, albeit with a puffer-vest twist. This week's post-Globes style-setter lineup is equal parts red-carpet glamorous and off-duty cool, so get your top 10 inspiration here.
If you've been wrapped up in award season, we can hardly blame you, but we're also here to shed a little light on the ensembles you didn't see at the People's Choice or Critics' Choice Awards (or on Kerry Washington) and probably should. This week's other best-dressed set is a mix of downtown street style to steal right now, courtesy of Anne Hathaway and a peacoat-clad Katie Holmes, and a more dressed-up crew, too. We spied Nicky Hilton giving us a bright new bit of outerwear to gush over, Rachel Weisz looking perfectly chic (and a little retro) in Bottega Veneta, and Allison Williams stopping by the Late Show in a sweet fit-and-flare Oscar de la Renta dress (that only furthered our girl crush). For the rest, like Jessica Chastain in a posh Dolce & Gabbana coat, just keep clicking.
No, it hasn't exactly been a week filled with red-carpet glamour, endless premieres, or high-profile parties, but this dressed-down celebrity crew proved that you don't have to pile on the glitz to make an impact. In the post-New Year's lull, these style setters — including Miranda Kerr, Jessica Chastain, and Katie Holmes — took a relaxed approach to dressing that's perfect for inspiring our own everyday style. And when they weren't running around the city, we spotted celebs like Olivia Palermo hitting the beach, giving us ample fashion fodder for our own warmer-weather days (or perhaps a vacation of our own). For all of that, and the rest of this week's top 10, you'll have to keep clicking.
Thanks to Art Basel, the Les Misérables press tour, and a number of other premieres and parties, it's been another (we know, no surprise here) very good-looking week in the celebrity world. From Miami to Oslo (yes, that's where we spotted SJP in a powder-blue Erdem on stage at the Nobel Peace Prize concert), our style setters are stepping up their game — Kristen Stewart even traded in her Converse for Doc Martens to put old-school edge on a miniskirt. Of course, that's just the beginning. Karolina Kurkova showed off her stems in an Elie Saab shorts set at Basel, while Olivia Palermo brought her eclectic glamour to a film screening in NYC. As for the rest, you'll have to click on to see who else took top spots in this week's best dressed.