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Golden Globes 2014: Burnt-berry lips and tight-lined eyes were the top red carpet beauty trends

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The Golden Globes may be considered a red carpet test-run for the Oscars, but when it comes to beauty, it’s when A-listers tend to go all out. For the 2014 Golden Globes, it was all about bright lip colours and dramatic eye looks. The classic Old Hollywood red lip was ditched in favour of burnt shades of berry and orange. Jennifer Lawrence wore an almost-goth burgundy lip while Lupita Nyong’o added a metallic hit to her dark lipstick shade with a tinge of gold shimmer.

Of course, not everyone went dark: Both Zoe Saldana and Zooey Deschanel opted for a brighter take on the red carpet trend with perfect burnt orange-red pouts. Elisabeth Moss’s lipstick was a stand-out berry colour, just a few shades lighter than the purple hits in her shimmering J. Mendel gown—perhaps berry’s the official colour of award winners, as Cate Blanchette was also wearing it on her lips. Read more »


Emmys 2013: From Elisabeth Moss to Kate Mara, the best short hair on the red carpet

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Short hair is still where it’s at, with above-the-shoulder styles being amongst the best beauty looks on the 2013 Emmy Awards red carpet. From Elisabeth Moss’s cropped platinum cut to Kate Mara’s striking pin-straight style to Claire Danes’ faux bob, the message was clear: to stand out in a sea of Old Hollywood side parts and loose updos, you have to go short.

Not willing to let Betty Draper have all the fun, Elisabeth Moss debuted her freshly-dyed blonde hair on the Emmys red carpet. Channeling a little bit of a Charlize Theron vibe, the tousled, modern style was a new look for Moss—and a fierce one at that. As for Mad Men’s other leading ladies, both January Jones and Christina Hendricks kept their short cuts curly. Read more »


Katie Holmes versus Kate Mara: Who wore Michael Kors best in the front row?

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New York Fashion Week has us pretty excited for next spring, especially considering that our many of our favourite trends (like the crop top and ‘90s minimalism) are still going strong. With bralettes, sheer skirts and floral-print maxi dresses all featured at yesterday’s Michael Kors Spring 2014 show, we’re officially ready to skip winter. While all eyes were on the runway, two actresses, Katie Holmes and Kate Mara, lit up the front row in outfits by America’s favourite billionaire designer.

As someone who’s usually seen running about town in basic pieces, Katie Holmes’ floral ensemble was a breath of fresh air. Wearing head-to-toe Michael Kors from the Pre-Fall 2013 collection, Holmes’ ensemble consisted of a leaf cashmere knit sweater and a rose-print midi-length skirt. Keeping her accessories simple (and all in neutral shades), she added a skinny belt to cinch her waist, carried a minimalist clutch and wore pointed-toe heels also from the same collection. Appearing relaxed, Holmes pulled her hair back in a sophisticated updo and kept her makeup neutral, allowing her natural beauty to shine. Read more »


Best curly hair on the red carpet: 67 photos to inspire your next style

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Curly and wavy hairstyles are, without a doubt, one of our favourite red carpet looks. From perfectly coiffed Old Hollywood ringlets to messy beach waves, there are endless ways to wear your hair down—while still giving it some style. Curly hair is easier to master than an updo, looks much more dramatic than a ponytail and definitely has an appeal that straight hair just can’t match. Need further proof? We’ve gathered some of the best curly hair and wavy hair looks from recent red carpets all in one place. (If you haven’t already logged into your Pinterest account, now’s the time!) Read more »


PFW Style Snaps: Last looks from outside Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu featuring Sarah Jessica Parker, Dianna Agron, and Coco Rocha

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Photography by Lewis Mirrett

It’s only fitting that the last of our snaps from Paris should include so many queens of fashion—the queen of big screen fashion, Sarah Jessica Parker, the queen of fashion media, Anna Wintour, the queen of fashion pop, Katy Perry, the queen of the current front rowers, Virginie Courtin-Clarins, and the queen of vintage inspiration, Catherine Deneuve. Enjoy today’s visual feast, and be sure to come back next week when we share our snaps from Toronto.

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TIFF red carpet: Ten Year’s Channing Tatum, Ari Graynor, and Scott Porter tell us who they’d go to a reunion with

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Ten Year's Jamie Linden, Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan Tatum, and Brian Geraghty

Your mom will probably want to compare the movie Ten Year, about high school friends coming together for one night at their 10 year reunion, with movies like The Big Chill. And your older sister will probably compare it to Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, but while the movie does have some similar themes against the backdrop of who-we-were-then-isn’t-who-we-are-now, what it has that these do not is the most genetically blessed graduating class ever assembled. Case in point, the cast-members who showed up at TIFF to promote the film: Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Justin Long, Ari Graynor, Kate Mara, Brian Geraghty, Lynn Collins, Oscar Isaac, Kelly Noonan, and Scott Porter. There may have been more, but we ran out of fingers.

We asked the cast, who of their co-stars they would want to go to a reunion with. Read their answers after the jump:
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Overheard at TIFF: The cast of Ten Year was at a dive bar the night before the premiere

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Overheard: Ten Year writer/director Jamie Linden mentioning that he and his cast (including Channing Tatum and Kate Mara) had gone to a “dive bar” a.k.a. Ossington’s Sweaty Betty’s the night before the premiere. We wonder if he heard about the place from Ten Year actor Justin Long, who’s ex, Drew Barrymore, has been known to frequent the bar?


TIFF partysphere: Adam Brody and Chace Crawford compare teenage heartthrobs notes at the Soho House, while we spill a drink on Harvey Weinstein

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The tagline on next year’s Grey Goose Soho House invites should seriously read: “Four nights, four million celebs,” because it’s not normal how many are inside this place at one point on any given night. Last night, just as Madonna’s W.E. dinner was clearing out, we moseyed on over to catch a glimpse of our maker but, alas, she had slipped away. It quickly became apparent, though, that one Material Girl lost meant a million teenage heartthrobs gained. Or, should we say, a million teenage heartthrobs interacting with each other. In one corner, Adam Brody and Chace Crawford were chatting, most certainly trading notes about how to be a Josh Schwartzmoulded babe. In the next (or rather, upstairs), Justin Long and Michael Fassbender were busy at the ping-pong tables. As we mentioned earlier, Fassbender should probably stick to his day job, since his entire game consisted of running back and forth to catch his balls. (One landed near my foot. He touched it. And then apologized.) Channing Tatum was there somewhere too, but we didn’t spot him, or his dance moves. Back downstairs, Gerard Butler chatted with several, several ladies, one of who was Olivia Wilde in a body-hugging mega-sexy black dress. Peppered in among the youngsters, former heartthrobs (still, kinda?) Ralph Fiennes and Val Kilmer worked the room. They both have lots of hair at the moment.
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