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Kim Kardashian Wears 20-Year-Old Dior Dress to Family Christmas Eve Party

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Kim Kardashian Wears 20-Year-Old Dior Dress to Family Christmas Eve Party
Judging by all the photos we’ve seen so far, the dress code for Kris Jenner’s annual Christmas Eve party is black tie. The famous momager, her kids and all the guests always pull out the style stops for the holiday bash, and this year was no different. Kholé Kardashian debuted her bump in a silver fringe beaded Yousef Aljasmi jumpsuit. Kendall Jenner went full on supermodel in a mega peplum top and white trousers and Kim Kardashian sourced a vintage dress from 20 years ago.

Kim skipped the gowns many guests wore in favor of a major mini moment.
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Amal Clooney and Rihanna to Co-Chair 2018 Met Gala With Donatella Versace -- and You Won't Believe the Theme!

Amal Clooney and Rihanna to Co-Chair 2018 Met Gala With Donatella Versace -- and You Won't Believe the Theme!
Get ready for the Amal Ball!

On Wednesday, the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced that the co-chairs at next year's Met Gala will be Amal Clooney, Rihanna, Donatella Versace and, of course, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. The theme of the star-studded soiree -- which is oftentimes referred to as the Fashion Oscars -- will be Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination, which is sure to inspire some outlandish outfits come the first Monday in May!

More: Anna Wintour Reveals Who She’d Never Invite Back to the Met Gala

"Fashion and religion have long been intertwined, mutually inspiring and informing one another," says Andrew Bolton, Curator in Charge of The Costume Institute, of the theme. "Although this relationship has been complex and sometimes contested, it has produced some of the most inventive and innovative creations in the history of fashion."

This will be Amal's second Met Gala. The 39-year-old civil rights lawyer -- who welcomed
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What Would Carrie Think? Sarah Jessica Parker Recycles Red Carpet Dress Wearing it Twice in Less Than 2 Weeks

What Would Carrie Think? Sarah Jessica Parker Recycles Red Carpet Dress Wearing it Twice in Less Than 2 Weeks
One dress, twice as nice!

Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted wearing the same leopard print dress at two separate events all during a span of under two weeks, which made us pose the question: What would Carrie Bradshaw say about recycled fashion?

The actress, 52, was first pictured in the look that featured lilac lace paneling on Oct. 19 when she attended the premiere screening and party for her truTV new comedy series At Home with Amy Sedaris held at The Bowery Hotel in New York City. Parker accessorized that night’s ensemble with a blue crossbody bag and bright yellow stilettos.
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The Pro Files: How Kardashian Bff Jen Atkin Became one of the Most Major Celebrity Hairstylists in the Industry

Between dinners with Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, trips to Paris with Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, and working out with Kourtney, Khloé and Kim Kardashian, hairstylist Jen Atkin rarely has a moment to relax. She’s a constant presence in the lives of some of Hollywood’s biggest stars, who also happen to be her BFFs — and she somehow also makes time to style hair, manage her own haircare brand, Ouai, and engage with her 2.1 million Instagram followers. Meaning not only is she one of the most major names in hairstyling right now, she’s also one of the busiest.
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Heidi Klum Debuts Clothing Line at Nyfw: 'I Always Wanted to Be a Designer'

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Heidi Klum Debuts Clothing Line at Nyfw: 'I Always Wanted to Be a Designer'
She’s a model, TV star and lingerie entrepreneur. Now Heidi Klum can add clothing designer to her career achievements. And she debuted her first line on the ultimate style stage: New York Fashion Week!

Heidi Klum teamed up with German superstore Lidl on a new fashion collaboration, “Esmara by Heidi Klum: Heidi & The City,” and she showed her first 35-piece collection at a two-hour presentation Thursday. The stage was transformed into a supermarket as the models wore all the vibrant — and affordable looks — from Klum’s collection and guests took part in the interactive fashion show hosted by Louise Roe.
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Bella Hadid Goes Braless Yet Again in Another Sheer Look for Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week: Pics

Bella Hadid Goes Braless Yet Again in Another Sheer Look for Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week: Pics
Bras are so last season! Bella Hadid hasn’t rocked many undergarments while walking the Paris runways this past week.

The 20-year-old supermodel first turned heads at the Alexandre Vauthier show on Tuesday in an entirely sheer top. Then on Wednesday she was at it again for the Fendi show.

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Watch: Bella Hadid Rocks a Totally See-Through Black Top at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week

Hadid sported a sheer dress with carefully-placed blue embroidery, which covered her nipples, but not much else.

The model donned the floor-length gown with lacy blue undies and royal blue heels.

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Hadid was joined on the runway by pal, Kendall Jenner, who was dressed in a more conservative ensemble, a black mini-dress, complete with a cape and black floral embroidery.

Hadid posed backstage as Jenner snapped her photo, capturing the moment on Instagram.

“Kenny on the film at @Fendi,” Hadid captioned the sexy shot.

Earlier in the
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Céline Dion Says Her Backwards Oscar Tux Was Ahead of Its Time

Céline Dion Says Her Backwards Oscar Tux Was Ahead of Its Time
While Céline Dion has been having serving up major fashion moments lately — see her bold Met Gala debut in Versace and her ethereal Stéphane Rolland gown worn to the Billboard Music Awards — the Canadian balladeer has dealt with her fair share of fashion haters in the past.

One look that divided fashion critics was the backward white John Galliano tuxedo she wore to the 1999 Oscars. Dion tells People in this week’s issue she has no regrets about the bold look, only that it was perhaps a little too avant-garde at the time, and might fair better at an event today.
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Bella Hadid Joins Forces with Bulgari at the Face of Its Fall Campaign

Bella Hadid Joins Forces with Bulgari at the Face of Its Fall Campaign
Bella Hadid may only be 20 years old, but she’s one of the most in-demand models right now. The star’s a brand ambassador for Nike, walked in her first Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show at the end of last year, and has landed big-time fashion magazine covers like Harper’s Bazaar and Glamour. (Not to mention her curated, bikini-filled Instagram feed.) And now, Hadid has just one more bullet point to add to her resumé.

Just last week, the model was draped in countless carats of gorgeous Bulgari jewels at the Cannes Film Festival, and she’s now the
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Katy Perry Wears Red Maison Margiela Gown To Met Gala, Internet Responds

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Katy Perry embraced the theme of the 2017 Met Gala and wore a custom made Maison Margiela ‘Artisinal’ gown designed by John Galliano. Katy Perry Wears Red Maison Margiela To Met Gala The dress and coat ensemble was bright red, and featured lace, metal, a head brace, and even mirrors. Every year the Met Gala has […]

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Met Gala 2017: All the Scoop on Katy Perry’s Epic Met Gala Makeup from Beauty Guru Pat McGrath

Katy Perry never plays it safe with her style, and Monday night’s Met Gala, to which the co-host wore an ensemble from John Galliano’s Maison Margiela Artisanal collection for the big night honoring Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo, was no exception. But it wasn’t just the dramatic red tulle, chiffon and silk confection and “witness”-enscribed headpiece that had us thinking, “Baby, you’re a firework!” The “Chained to the Rhythm” singer also turned to makeup goddess Pat McGrath to create the most captivating eye makeup of the night, which had us mesmerized even through Perry’s veil.
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13 Can't-Miss Looks From the 2017 Met Gala

The stars definitely didn't disappoint at this year's Met Gala!

From bold and quirky to sexy and sheer, the celebrities walking the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on Monday pulled out all the stops with their head-turning looks.

Watch: Kylie Jenner Rocks Short Blonde Bob, Rose Gold Dress at 2017 Met Gala - See the Dazzling Look!

The theme of the night was "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art Of The In-Between," honoring the bold, architectural creations of Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo, and Katy Perry gave her best take on the motif in a bright red Maison Margiela 'Artisanal' dress designed by John Galliano, which she paired with a silk veil, intricate "Witness" headpiece and red leather heeled boots.

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Veteran Blake Lively returned to the soiree for the eighth time, proving her style just keeps getting better year after year. The Shallows star sported
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Katy Perry Rocks Ugly Outfit By Jew-Bashing Designer (Photo + Gallery)

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The designer who famously professed his love for Hitler Really likes his pop stars draped in red -- thus giving the world this monstrosity at the Met Gala in NYC. Katy Perry went all red everything to the event ... red veil, red shoes, red nail polish ... in an ensemble designed by John Galliano -- you remember him, right?! He's the guy who famously declared his love for Hitler in Paris back in 2011. He was convicted
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Met Gala 2017: Katy Perry Wears an All-Red Dress, Veil, Headpiece and Hoof Boots at the Met Gala

Met Gala 2017: Katy Perry Wears an All-Red Dress, Veil, Headpiece and Hoof Boots at the Met Gala
Katy Perry has never shied away from a risky, rule-breaking fashion moment. Which is why, with her fearless approach to red carpet dressing, she was a perfect choice to co-host this year’s gala honoring Comme des Garçons’ Rei Kawakubo and her otherworldly, body-deforming designs.

After all, this is a woman who, for the last gala bleached her eyebrows into oblivion just to give herself that extra alien affect (and then added a Tamagotchi for good measure). This year, the pop star left her brows fully intact but otherwise doubled down on the Ott red carpet dressing, going even bigger
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Exclusive: Noah Cyrus Opens Up About New Music, Reveals Why She Doesn't Like Taking Sister Miley's Advice

Exclusive: Noah Cyrus Opens Up About New Music, Reveals Why She Doesn't Like Taking Sister Miley's Advice
Noah Cyrus appreciates all the advice she receives from big sister, Miley Crys, as her career takes off, but doesn't always take it into consideration when making her own decisions. 

Et's Carly Steel caught up with Noah on the red carpet at the premiere of Fifty Shades Darker in Los Angeles on Thursday where she seemed to take a style note from Miley in a daring black ensemble, but revealed that she doesn't always like taking her sister's advice.

Related: Noah Cyrus Releases Debut Single 'Make Me (Cry)' -- Listen!

"We're sisters, so I don't like taking advice from either of my sisters," shared Noah, wearing a John Galliano dress and Saint Laurent shoes. "I think I just get really cranky, especially like, getting advice from your mom. You're just like, cranky."

"I take advice from both my sisters all the time," she later admitted. "We try to help each other as much as we can
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Stylists Are the New Power Brokers on the Red Carpet

Stylists Are the New Power Brokers on the Red Carpet
At the outset of awards season three years ago, few people had heard of Lupita Nyong’o, a former production assistant who’d made her feature film debut in the historical drama “12 Years a Slave.” Within months, the actress had won an Oscar, become the new face of Miu Miu and Lancôme, graced the cover of Vogue and topped best-dressed lists the world over. The architect of her rapid rise to red carpet fame was stylist Micaela Erlanger, who says the profession has never been more pivotal in the birthing of a star.

“The power of styling can quite literally shape an actress’ public persona and affect the trajectory of her career,” Erlanger says. “When our clients step out onto the red carpet, those images are disseminated, immediately, to millions and millions of television sets, computer screens, and mobile devices. These moments, and the reactions to these moments — both positive
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Once Upon A Time season 6 episode 2 review: A Bitter Draught

Elizabeth Rayne Oct 3, 2016

Once Upon A Time season 6 is delivering on suspense, questions to mull over and stunning costume design...

This review contains spoilers.

6.2 A Bitter Draught

No matter how fantastical the stories get, what has always been so real about Once Upon A Time is that no one character is good or evil incarnate. Magic blurs the lines rather than going poof! into a shower of glitter and an insta-happily-ever-after.

The nebulous nature of good and evil manifests itself even more powerfully this season in serious personal dilemmas that can’t be solved by just waving a glittery wand. Regina is the obvious one who never wants to be tempted by a poison apple again, but we also have Hook trying to redeem himself, the moral ambiguity of the Count of Monte Cristo, and even some hesitation in—dare I say it—Rumplestiltskin.

Rumbelle is no more. The breakup might not be Facebook-official,
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12 All-Time Most Outrageous Met Gala Fashion Moments (Photos)

Rihanna‘s show-stopping 2015 dress from Chinese designer Guo Pei took two years to make and just two minutes to become a meme. Headdresses are becoming standard for Sarah Jessica Parker‘s Met Gala looks, but she took it to new heights (literally) in 2015 with a hat by designer Philip Treacy. No matter how long you stare, Solange’s form-defying Giles dress from the 2015 Met Gala will never be less confusing. In 2004, model and actress Amber Valletta threw it back to the 18th century with a Marie Antoinette-inspired gown from John Galliano, topping it off with a powdered wig. Galliano himself accompanied Charlize Theron on.
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[Tribeca Review] First Monday In May

Following in the vein of last year’s excellent Ballet 422, First Monday In May offers another process-heavy view into the preparation of a prestigious event. This time, it’s the 2015 Met Ball and exhibition, China: Through the Looking Glass. But while Andrew Rossi’s documentary offers a sizable window into the production period by curator Andrew Bolton and his army of helpers, and equally surprising access into fashion icon Anna Wintour’s inner sanctum, First Monday In May is disappointingly shallow despite rich subject matter.

Fawning above all else, the Tribeca 2016 opener is handsomely crafted, but there’s a total lack of focus, let alone a visual identity. And it’s certainly not for lack of material. A gorgeous short film could have been made through a gliding tour of the finished exhibition, but as a full feature, Rossi never punctures the surface, leaving a sour taste of self-importance.
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Tribeca Kicks Off With Anna Wintour Met Gala Documentary ‘The First Monday in May’

Tribeca Kicks Off With Anna Wintour Met Gala Documentary ‘The First Monday in May’
The 15th Tribeca Film Festival kicked off on Wednesday night at Manhattan’s John Zuccotti Theater with the world premiere of the documentary “The First Monday in May,” which offers a peek inside Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour’s 2015 Met Gala and corresponding exhibit, “China: Through the Looking Glass.”

Centering on Met Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton, viewers get a front row seat as museum employees build the exhibit, and Vogue staff work with Wintour to prep for the annual star-studded gala. The movie also depicts the day-to-day life of the famously taciturn Wintour. We see assistants (like Anne Hathaway in “The Devil Wears Prada”) delivering her venti coffees as the cameras offer access inside her house. And best of all: we see her in a pair of casual skinny jeans.

But unlike Wintour’s previous doc, “The September Issue,” “The First Monday in May” was produced in house by Conde Nast Entertainment,
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Interview: 'The First Monday in May' Director Andrew Rossi, on the Met Gala, Anna Wintour and Why Fashion is Like Performance Art

Jose here. The very first time I went behind the scenes at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, there was an image that immediately caught my attention. A big, bright yellow sign commanding walkers to yield to the works of art in transit. It didn’t only make me wonder how many pieces by Da Vinci, Rodin, Renoir, Van Gogh, Warhol, Kahlo and many other established legends had travelled through the corridors I was walking in, it also made me wonder how many Alexander McQueen and John Galliano gowns had followed them. If the idea of fashion as art remains to some a topic of debate, it has never been so at the Met where it plays an essential part in raising awareness of the Museum’s outreach through the Costume Institute.

A photo posted by Jose Solis (@josesolismayen) on Jan 19, 2016 at 8:20am Pst

For decades, the Costume Institute has
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