Style-savvy Melania Trump strikes again. The Slovenian-born former model inspired so many women to snap up the $2,190 dress she wore during her speech Monday night at the RNC in Cleveland, that the retailer sold out of the stunner within hours of her appearance. The wife of presumptive GOP
All eyes will be on the most iconic red carpet in fashion Monday night when the Met Gala takes place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, bringing with it Hollywood A-listers and fashion insiders. And don't worry if you didn't score a ticket to the black-tie affair, which reportedly
Before making their grand entrances at Monday night's Met Ball, the stars gave fans a first look at their outfits. Under the reign of Vogue editor Anna Wintour, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute benefit is truly one of the biggest parties of the year. And one of its newest stars,
It’s often referred to as the “Superbowl” or “Oscars” of fashion . The annual Met Ball , held as a fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, has turned into a moment for star-studded risk-taking fashion. This year’s gala, held last night, was no different with Sarah Jessica
Dark double to hello this morning if you Screen Actors Guild award. And the big winner last night that cast of burning man led by Michael Keaton top honors for outstanding cast in a motion picture. Best actor Andy read made in Stephen Hawking I he'll pick the feeling of everything and best actress.
From tape to sponges, celebrity stylist Karla Welch shares what you need in a fashion emergency bag.
With social media becoming a new vehicle for scandal, the price of fame got even higher in 2011. Here are some of those whose misdeeds or missteps made headlines this past year. 1. Charlie Sheen: The Mother of All Meltdowns Former "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen entered drug rehab in
Stephen Colbert roasted Herman Cain and his 9-9-9 plan on his TV show Thursday night with a fictional movie clip of an actor playing Hitler slamming a table and screaming, “Nein! Nein! Nein!” Nein rhymes with nine, but it means “no” in German. The clip...
In this Oct. 1, 2011 photo, police arrest a protester on New York’s Brooklyn Bridge during a march by Occupy Wall Street. Protesters attempted to walk over the bridge from Manhattan, resulting in the arrest of more than 700 during a tense confrontation with police....