At Elle’s gala Monday, the “Zero Dark Thirty” actress was happy to report that her “career has not stalled” since she began standing up to sexual harassment.
Jessica Chastain is not one of them. It’s the Alexander McQueen embroidered, strapless dress she wore to her first Academy Awards in 2012, which she worked on with the brand’s creative director. It was very different from what other people were wearing,” Chastain tells Yahoo Style.
Fans think Sarah Hyland, left, and Lucy Hale look alike. Lucy Hale recently posted a sweet snap hugging her friend — fellow actress Sarah Hyland — and fans were quick to notice the similarities between the two. It’s clear Hale is well aware of the pair’s look-alike status.
Helen Mirren is one of the few who brags about wearing so-called stripper heels, with a huge platform that presumably makes them more wearable. Others, like Angelina Jolie in 2012 — showcasing ample leg in Versace and the corresponding Ferragamo peep-toe heels — let their style do the talking. With her Versace gown and peeptoe Ferragamo pumps, Angelina Jolie owned social media in 2012.
Ah, those beauty horror stories. The home perms. The misguided self-tanning sessions. Even glam goddess Jessica Chastain, in Prada, has one to share. In her case, it was a near miss. “I almost dyed my hair blond. I was living in Los Angeles. I couldn’t get an audition. And I thought, ‘Everyone is blond here.’ Maybe I should dye my hair blond. I guess that would be throwing in the towel,” she said on the red carpet. Chastain, nominated for her turn as an ultradedicated lobbyist in Miss Sloane, has no regrets about avoiding a bad color job. “I didn’t have very much money. ...
This printed gown is made from 64% organic linen with tulle petticoats made of recycled materials. Last week, H&M released its 2014 sustainability report. Today, it celebrates the launch of its 4th annual Conscious Collection, a capsule collection of clothes made from recycled materials that’s also made for the red carpet. The dictionary defines sustainable as, “the ability to be sustained, supported, upheld, or confirmed.” More specifically, “the quality of not being harmful to the environment or depleting natural resources, and thereby supporting ecological balance.” Well, fashion depends almost entirely upon natural resources, from water to cotton, and then there’s the problem with the word sustained: fashion gets off on change.
Whether you're looking to recreate Julianne Moore's taupey eyes or Keira Knightley's embellished waves, here's exactly how to get the looks of the Academy's watch-worthy ladies, straight from their talented makeup artists and hairstylists.
Ask the VIPs who were stranded outside The Chateau Marmont last night. When arriving for W Magazine’s annual Golden Globes party, they were greeted with blazing sirens, a fully loaded firetruck, and a stern warning: Nobody comes inside. Fashion designers frowned and paced. We hitched a ride up to the Chateau’s fabled roof with Eddie Redmayne, slipped through a side door with Toni Garnn, and suddenly we were in a room with an endless supply of champagne and almost as many actors—including one of the best, Jessica Chastain.
From the People’s Choice Awards to the National Board of Review Awards, these celeb looks will offer plenty of beauty inspiration for your next fancy soirée.
In a relatively short amount of time, Jessica Chastain's career has become one of the most celebrated and admired actresses in Hollywood–she was even named one of Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People In the World" in 2012. This year, Chastain's roles in Interstellar, and A Most Violent Year, ensured she remains at the top of every critic's favorite list.
Out on December 31 is a film that is high on our must-see list—the mobster drama A Most Violent Year starring Jessica Chastain, Oscar Isaac, and David Oyelowo. Directed by J.C. Chandor, it tells the story of an immigrant (Isaac) whose seemingly nefarious business dealings catch the eye of the FEDS at the height of New York City’s early ’80s crime wave. To channel her character as Isaac’s stylish but detached wife, Chastain dove into the Armani archives with esteemed costume designer Kasia Walicka-Maimone.
From brighter-than-bright lipstick to in-your-face eyeliner, celebs pulled out all the stops in 2014. And, in honor of their outstanding commitment to makeup, here the most exciting red carpet beauty looks Hollywood had to offer.
There aren’t really a lot of fashion rules left to break. No white after labor day has been replaced by winter whites, mixing black and navy is the most sophisticated way to wear neutrals, and the sock and sandal combo—previously associated with cheesy tourists in tropical destinations—was all over the runways this season. With the recent flood of of redheaded celebrities in Hollywood, it’s time to throw another rule out the window: redheads most certainly can—and should—wear red. Actress Jessica Chastain, wore a simple, long, crimson red Giorgio Armani gown for the premiere of her new film A Most Violent Year on Sunday night in New York City.