Appears the the ladies aren’t the only ones getting in on the short hair action these days.
Just when I was finally getting used to his Michael J. Fox-inspired cut, John Mayer decided to change his locks up once again.
Whaddya think, ladies? Will this buzzed look help him keep Ms. Aniston around a little longer? Or is Jennifer really the one who needs to try something new?
Someone page Victoria Beckham stat.
Just yesterday, Katie Holmes was allowed to walk LA’s streets after committing not just one, but two fashion crimes.
Apparently ‘mad money’ doesn’t always buy you styling sense.
Even though there are some stars out there who’ve been sporting short hair for quite some time now (e.g. Victoria Beckham, Rihanna, Katie Holmes), others are just now jumping on the bandwagon.
What do you think of their new looks? Was it it a much-needed change…or should they reach for the extensions asap?
In less than a day, British punkster Lily Allen managed to shock both fans and press several times at Glamour‘s Women of the Year Awards, including a much talked-about quick departure due to her intoxication.
First there was the hair. Having just gone from dark to light, no one expected Lily to quickly change to an extreme pink! To be honest, while many folks slammed her fashion for the choice in hair color, I loved it! Okay, so I may be slightly biased since that is my own personal favorite hair color, but jewelry designer Tarina Tarantino and pop rebel Pink have both successfully pulled it off—why can’t Lily?
Read More | New Zealand Herald
Award shows on MTV aren’t like the somewhat staid network versions. Seriously, which network would have the guts to tell two presenters to pretend to smoke pot on stage? Thanks to streaming video you don’t have to miss any of the must-see moments of the MTV movie awards, but if you didn’t watch the broadcast (and even if you did) there’s one thing you’ve got to see: the fashion.
Who wore what, who shouldn’t have worn what they did and who looked the greatest on the MTV red carpet?
Read More | E! Online
The Cannes Film Festival is officially underway, and that means it’s time to talk about red carpet fashion once more. Celebs flock to Cannes to see and be seen, even those who have absolutely no movies debuting at the glittering event. Some were a sight to behold…others were just a sight.
Eva Longoria Parker was totally glam on the red carpet in turquoise, a floor-length number from Versace. Angelina Jolie, who can’t hope to hide her baby belly, wore a flowing green number with an empress-cut waist (Max Azaria).
Read More | LA Times
At last night’s Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala, female celebrities of every caliber had the chance to put on their finest. (Their escorts did their best to look acceptable in their suits.)
Unfortunately, most of the dresses I saw this year were either outright boring or simply ugly. You can view more of the lowlights - and some of the highlights - after the jump.
(David and Victoria Beckham, Eva Longoria, Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen)
Attention men. We now have proof that even good-looking actors can come with their own set of flaws.
This recent picture of Jude Law reveals there’s a rapidly receding hairline hiding underneath that curly mop of his.
I just hope this news makes at least one person out there feel a bit better.
Read More | Daily Mail
No wonder Gwyneth looks so much better now.
A few days ago, I wrote about a certain group of actresses who I thought were in need of a hair change. A lack of experimentation had those women stuck in a serious styling rut.
While I’m still waiting to see if my listed few will actually get around to surprising me, several other celebrities have come out of the woodwork recently to sport their new spring ‘dos. Although some tweaks came out better than others, I applaud every single one of them for at least trying.
1. Ben Stiller (The grey hair was what he had before he showed up at The Ruins premiere.)
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