American Horror Story

  • People Are Outraged That Cuba Gooding Jr. Lifted Up Sarah Paulson’s Dress

    Cuba Gooding Jr. is known for his crazy onstage antics, but he may have taken it too far. At the American Horror Story: Roanoke PaleyFest panel in Los Angeles Sunday, the actor felt the need to lift up his co-star Sarah Paulson’s dress, sort of pantsing her onstage, and Twitter wasn’t happy about it. Paulson put on a purple sparkly Prada dress for the event, having no idea loose skirts weren’t safe around Gooding Jr. As Kathy Bates was welcomed onstage, Paulson stood up to applaud her, and Gooding Jr. took this opportunity to lift up the back of Paulson’s high-neck, shin-length dress, revealing a lot of leg, but that’s it, luckily.

  • Lady Gaga Really Knows Her Fashion S***, According to Costume Designer Lou Eyrich

    Costume Designer Lou Eyrich, a rather inspired and eccentric dresser, is best known for her work on American Horror Story, Scream Queens, Glee, and Nip/Tuck.

  • Zombies, Ghosts, and Warriors Rule at Makeup & Hair Stylist Awards

    The road to the Oscars is paved with plenty of other honor-bestowing ceremonies, and the Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards (MUAHS) — honoring those in the official labor union, Local 706, for makeup artists and hair stylists in film, television, stage, and digital media — is the big night for beauty. This year’s event, which took place in Hollywood on Saturday, had Mad Max: Fury Road and American Horror Story: Hotel sweeping awards, doled out in 23 categories by celebs including Tamera Mowry-Housely, LeVar Burton, Kate Flannery, and Johnny Depp. Here, looks from some of the biggest winners of the night.

  • What Inspires Chloe Sevigny’s Interior Designer David Cafiero

    Whether it’s outfitting Chloe Sevigny’s downtown Manhattan apartment, her brother Paul’s legendary hangout the Beatrice Inn, the Truffles Tribeca apartment building lobby or his own East Village store, David Cafiero manages to blend a preppy, East Coast sensibility with more mysterious, exotic and glamorous elements, leading to a vision that sometimes feels a bit like Connecticut WASPs hitting the discos of Europe in the 1970s. Here, the Hudson Valley-bred designer shares some of the cultural influences, both high and pop, that fire his design imagination. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • The 2015 amfAR Inspiration Gala Was Conquered by Actresses Over Age 50

    Sharon Stone, age 57, Angela Bassett, age 57, and Jamie Lee Curtis, age 56, plunged their necklines, rocked the flashy costume masks, and glossed their lips amidst an ubiquitous crowd of PYTs. In August 2015, the actress posed completely nude in Harper’s Bazaar.

  • Get Inspired by the Art Deco Look of American Horror Story: Hotel

    Now in its fifth season, American Horror Story features sets that are as important characters as the actors, and the latest—Hotel—is no exception. Set on a stage at Fox in Los Angeles, at 100 x 50 feet, the glamorous lobby of Hotel Cortez is the scale of a real one and perfectly encapsulates the art deco era. While the regular guest rooms at the hotel are somewhat dimly-lit, Depression-era in design, Lady Gaga’s character Elizabeth’s lair is “a little richer, because she’s in a power position” says Worthington, who opted for curved “lozenge-shaped” spaces and Tracey Emin-style art with the words “We Should Be Having Sex Right Now” in neon hanging on the wall. All the phrases were developed by the writers.”  While many of the pieces are rented from prop houses in Los Angeles, the carpeting was most definitely something that needed to be purchased.

  • How to Look Like Lady Gaga in “American Horror Story” for Halloween

    Lady Gaga in American Horror Story: Hotel. (Photo: Frank Ockenfels/FX) There are few shows on television (if any) that top American Horror Story in the consistently spine-tingling, terror-inducing niche. And after several seasons of Jessica Lange’s bone-chilling characters, the Ryan Murphy-led show is switching things up this season with none other than Lady Gaga, who plays the blood-sucking proprietor of Hotel Cortez. That Gaga is no stranger to out-there costumes certainly bodes well for AHS: Hotel (Season 5).

  • Diane Keaton Talks Sipping Wine, ‘Annie Hall’ & Woody Allen at the Hammer Museum

    Photo: “I sort of don’t exactly understand why me,” Diane Keaton admitted to Yahoo Style on Saturday evening before she was honored at the Hammer Museum’s 13th annual Gala In The Garden, sponsored by Bottega Veneta. They’re really practical.” The actress drew an array of art lovers and admirers to the Los Angeles party, including Will Ferrell, Julia Roberts, Ashley Olsen, Martin Short, Elizabeth Banks, Emma Stone, and Armie Hammer, as well as contemporary artists like Ed Ruscha and John Baldassari.

  • Emma Roberts on Regina George, Lady Gaga & Kissing Strangers

    Emma Roberts stars in Ashby, with Nat Wolff, now in theaters. If you tuned in for the premiere of Scream Queens last week, you know that Chanel Oberlin is #blessed. While Lea Michele’s character ran around in a neck brace and “Deaf Taylor Swift” met her end, Emma Roberts’s character was the image of perfection. As queen of Kappa Kappa Tau sorority, the over-indulged princess dates the hottest guy on campus, has a closet bigger than most people’s living rooms, and commands an army of minions.