The best of this week’s red carpet and Hollywood hotness was all in NYC.
Emmy Rossum of Showtime’s “Shameless” asked women to put their hair products to the test by taking the “Suave Challenge” to see if they can tell the difference between high dollar hair products and Suave. LOVE the outfit!!
Emmy Rossum for Suave
Olivia Palmero took to the red carpet in Rachel Roy for the 2011 Green Auction at Christies in NYC.
Olivia Palmero In Rachel Roy
I love the pop she gets from the nail polish. Brings it all together and livens it up.
Not normally a Jake G girl, I have to say he looked all kinds of hotness in a Tom Ford suit at the premiere of Source Code
Jake Gyllenhaal at the Source Code Premiere in NYC
Maybe its the Tom Ford factor??
Jake Gyllenhaal at the Source Code premiere in NYC
This was actually from last week before her appearance on Late Night With David Letterman. Wearing a leather and lace Emilio Pucci mini, Gomez looks elegant, chic and very self assured. While other starlets are perpetually flashing what they’ve got, pushing the teen boundaries of raunch and risque, Selena always seems to look pulled together and camera ready. Do you just love her makeup??
She also looks gorgeous here with the ever brilliant Ellen DeGeneres, who calls her out on the whole Justin Bieber thing…
pregnant and gorgeous, Rachel Zoe at the Oscars 2011
The fabulous Rachel Zoe once again showed the world why she is one of the most coveted stylists to strut the planet when she styled Anne Hathaway‘s spectacular Oscar wardrobe for the 2011 Academy Awards.
There were a total of 8 different haute couture changes, 7 spectacular dresses and 1 sensational Lanvin tuxedo.
Hathaway hit the red carpet not only wearing vintage Valentino, but on the arm of the designer himself. Not a bad way to make a jaw dropping entrance!
Next she slipped into a strapless cream Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci gown to open the show.
Anne’s third look was a custom tuxedo by Lanvin.
Her high pony tail and sky high heels made the outfit stunningly feminine.
The forth look for the evening was a princess style Vivienne Westwood corseted gown.
The fifth wardrobe change was one of my favorites. An Oscar de la Renta silver tassled gown, which she shimmied away in, paired with Jimmy Choos.
(Oscar, tassles, shimmying and Jimmys, all in one sentence. Sounds like heaven to me!)
Change number six was an Atelier Versace burgundy silk gown with a structured art deco inspired bodice.
Number seven was a sapphire satin Giorgio Armani Prive column dress. Its shiny accents were mesmerizing on camera.
Her final dress for the evening was a Tom Ford smoky grey lace and crystal gown. I love Tom Ford.
You can’t talk about Anne Hathaway‘s exquisite wardrobe without mentioning arguably the hardest working man of the night, her hairdresser, Frederic Fekkai’s Adir Abergel. He should be given his own golden boy statue for excellence in hair! Each of Anne’s costume changes was accompanied by a truly fabulous hairstyle change, each of which looked amazing. Throughout the evening each change left her hair looking glossy, shiny and full. Completely fabulous!
Anne went to the Vanity Fair party with loose tossled waves and the Atelier Versace gown.