Come Thursday, Paris Fashion Week will officially be over, along with the country-spanning marathon we know as Fashion Month. And while most of us will have to wait until September for next season’s trends to hit the racks, there are always a few lucky starlets who’re able to get their hands on some of the most coveted looks to hit the Fall 2016 runways, way before the public. From Selena Gomez looking red hot in Cushnie Et Ochs after the Grammys to Gigi Hadid getting sultry in one-day-old Versace, here 12 looks that went straight from the Fall 2016 runways to the street without skipping a beat. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
From braids to headbands, man buns to rainbow colors, 2015 was a year of adventurous and enviable hairstyles, especially on the red carpet. (Maybe you can mention two specific styles here as a teaser?) Here’s a look back at all of the biggest events this year and pull our favorite hair moments. Related: The 17 Best Holiday Gifts from Sephora Emma Watson’s Hair Evolution Holiday Gift Guide #1: Sleek Gifts for Everyon
George Clooney wears his wedding tux, by Armani, to the 2015 Golden Globes. Photo: Getty Images It’s usually the girls who get outted for recycling outfits for high-profile events (Kate Middleton , Keira Knightley , and Michelle Obama come to mind). But at the 2015 Golden Globes, it was none other than Mr. Amal Alamuddin, aka George Clooney , who rummaged in his own closet to find an appropriate outfit in which to accept his Cecil B.
Celebrities spend endless hours getting ready for the big night. They employ stylists, designers, seamstresses, makeup artists, etc to make them sparkle on the red carpet. Still, one errant accessory can send an entire look into disarray. While we expect nothing less than from Bill Murray, who topped off his tux with a quirky hat and a black-and-gold bow tie, we're not so sure about Kiera Knightley's butterfly bag.
Prince William and Kate Middleton concluded their 3-day visit to New York City last night. And though she met the First Lady of New York, Chirlane McCray, and hung out with Beyonce and Jay-Z in Brooklyn, our eyes were glued to just one thing: what the Duchess wore. Luckily, she ended her trip in a gown. Unluckily, it was a gown we’d seen not once, but twice, before.
Last night I was fortunate enough to rub elbows with New York’s elite at the premiere of “The Imitation Game”—hello Anna Wintour, Mario Testino, and Steven Klein—but all eyes were on Keira Knightley. Benedict Cumberbatch’s stunning female co-star in this World War II-era film (go see it on November 28!) hit the red carpet at the Ziegfeld Theater with the most flattering and unexpected blue-toned shade of pink lipstick. I had to find out exactly what it was, and how to recreate this look perfectly. Celebrity makeup artist Kara Yoshimoto Bua says she used all Chanel cosmetics for the feminine look. (Perhaps no surprise since Knightley is the face of Coco Mademoiselle perfume.) As a girl who never tires of pink, I loved how the actress matched her lipstick to the the same hue of her Dolce & Gabbana dress. “Since the dress was on the romantic side, we agreed to create a graphic, exaggerated cat-eye which would complement her overall look and give it some edge,” says Bua. Related: The Prettiest Pink Lipstick Ever First she prepped her skin with Heritage Store Rosewater & Glycerin ($9) and Chanel Sublimage La Crème ($200) around her eyes.