Featured in this week’s Top Shots: newly minted Academy Award nominees Margot Robbie and Octavia Spencer. Plus, John Stamos, Paul Rudd, and many more.
Winona Ryder's new L'Oréal commercial makes the puzzling claim that "Everyone loves a comeback. Damaged hair deserves one, too."
The Nineties-era style icon and actress will star in the brand's "Comeback" campaign for its relaunched U.S. hair-care line, beginning with a commercial airing during the Golden Globes.
Actress Winona Ryder says she was bullied in junior high school for the way she dressed and wore her hair. But eventually the tables were turned.
It’s Vintage Week at Yahoo Style! In honor of our favorite environmentally friendly way to make sure you’re never wearing the same outfit as anyone else, we’re bringing you insider intel on the best vintage — what to look for, where to find it, and how to make the most money when selling yours. The red carpet is where we look for the most “aspirational” fashion — that is to say, the most outlandishly expensive and out of reach. In this, the era of the superstar stylist, it’s rare to see a true curveball on the red carpet — unless, of course, a celeb opts for vintage.
As the actor’s latest love story, with actress and wife Amber Heard, comes to an end, let’s take a look back at Johnny Depp’s relationship history (#winonaforever).
VIOLET GREY brand ambassador Kira Nasrat re-creates Winona Ryder’s fresh-faced beauty look from the 1994 Golden Globes. Written By JESS BASSER SANDERS
There was a universal sense of awe at the Ziegfeld Theater tonight, where Marc Jacobs decided to stage his show after his contract with the New York State Armory (where he has held his shows for the past several years) had expired. Upon running up to the iconic building — yes, running, Jacobs likes to start on time, and the fear of missing his show put this reporter in a full blown panic — the red carpet had been rolled out and his name appeared in lights on the marquee. The show did not start at 6pm on the dot, so rehydrating with a fountain soda was essential. It was served in a cup that read, “Marc Jacobs: Live Onstage at the Ziegfeld Theater.” There were also matching T-shirts that were being given out as well as Playbill with Marc’s likeness. By the time Natalie Westling set foot in the building in the first look, the band was strumming the first chords of “Sabotage” by the Beastie Boys.