After reaching out to several designers and being turned down, the actress chose a vintage look.
Screenwriter Barry Morrow has affected nearly 1 million people with his globe-trotting Oscar in an attempt to raise autism awareness.
In 2017, the entertainment industry broke its own record for box-office sales, hitting just short of $40 billion worldwide in its highest-grossing year ever. But just because Hollywood's elite made $11 billion in domestic revenue alone doesn't mean every celebrity walked last night's Oscars red carpet basking in the glow of all those dollar signs... at least not where their hair and makeup was concerned.
Kaluuya's flawless face at the Oscars is thanks to Fenty Foundation, according to Fenty Beauty's Instagram and makeup artist Amber Amos.
Adam Rippon knows how to get noticed ― on the ice and on the red carpet. The brash darling of U.S. men’s figure skating at the Winter Olympics showed up at the Oscars Sunday in a bondage harness as part of his tux designed by Jeremy Scott for Moschino. On Monday, Rippon made it clear he’s his own fashion champion ― and doesn’t need the approval of judges.
The reason behind their wise choice is a hot tip we might all want to remember.
"Modern Family" actress Sarah Hyland, who has talked in the past about the health issues that influence her weight, called out those accusing her of setting an "unhealthy" example.
Few people noticed the Best Actress nominee's subtle sartorial support of the #TimesUp movement on Oscar night. Her husband also wore a pin in solidarity.
If you tuned into last night’s Academy Awards, you know the nude-lip trend isn’t going anywhere, white can definitely be worn year-round and the go-to haircut for spring has been chosen for us. Names like Margot Robbie and Emma Stone all debuted fresh bob cuts for the event, and the versatility of the look makes it nothing short of a winner in our book.You May Also Like: 5 Celebrities Wore Glossier’s Brand-New Product to the Oscars Aside from the many different ...
From Nyong'o's cat-eye version to Gary Oldman's thick black frames, glasses were an unexpectedly eye-catching accessory at the Oscars. Shop 10 pairs, inspired by the stars, here.
Magical moments at the Oscars don’t only take place inside the Dolby Theater. The lobby is jam-packed with action everywhere from the first-floor bar to even the bathroom. Frances McDormand was a woman on a mission.
The beautiful mix of waves, curls, coils, and ringlets on this year's red carpet showed that women are having a great time playing with texture.
The singer and her actor love stepped out the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, California, after the Academy Awards. Earlier in the night, the two made an appearance at Elton John’s 26th annual AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party.
Sarah Silverman didn't let her glam makeover and peplum-waist gown stop her from cutting up on the Oscars after-party red carpet.
The 22-year-old model turned heads in a thigh-skimming minidress at the "Vanity Fair" Oscar party, suggesting that ball gowns may be on their way out.
Emma Watson showed her support for the #TimesUp movement via some new ink on her arm, though a few eagle-eyed fans are calling it out.
Leave it to Ashley Graham to steal the show — even though she wasn’t invited. While the model didn’t score a coveted ticked to the 2018 Oscars ceremony, she did attend the Vanity Fair after party where she wore a metallic gown that made her one of the best dressed of the night. Graham was also at the event in 2016 and on Instagram she said the red look she wore was one of her favorite dresses.
On Sunday night at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, Paris Jackson wore a green gown that, as many on social media said, gave off major Tinker Bell vibes.