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In our weekly round-up of what we’re seeing sizzle (and fizzle) on the red carpet, we spotted chic onesies all over the place, a ton of strap-happy celebs in sandals — and a little too much ab action.
Up: Jumpsuits. Apparently normal pantsuits are just way too boring, because this trend is taking over Hollywood. Case in point: Jennifer Lopez nailing it in this black all-in-one getup with gold chain detailing around the collar. (If you want to try it, this one is on sale for $49 at Kohl’s!) The look manages to be classy but still packs an edgy punch which makes for the perfect trend formula. Plus, just this week Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Morrison and Maria Menounos proved onesies aren’t going anywhere. Our only question: What happens when you have to use the bathroom?
Up: Sexy two-strap sandals. Pedicure season is in full swing, and celebs have been letting their fresh paint jobs shine. The latest footwear craze – sandals with a strap around the front of the foot and one around the ankle like the pair Jamie Chung wears with her printed mini. And she’s not the only star to add some warm-weather spring to her step. Minka Kelly, Michelle Williams, and Victoria Justice prove these shoes are having a moment, convincing us to invest in a pair.
Down: Over-the-top ab baring. We are well aware of the adage, “If you got it, flaunt it,” but some looks should be saved for the beach…or the bedroom. We give Ali Larter major points in the gutsy category for stepping out in this revealing dress, but with all the slits (and that confusing neckline) we think stars should just stick to simpler cutouts like Anna Faris elegantly demonstrates.
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Tracy Anderson’s high-energy, calorie-torching march towards world domination continues. She’s following up her fitness/beauty multiplex with another new endeavor: a meal delivery service.
The Food Program by Tracy Anderson (which launched in L.A. in April but will go national on June 1) was developed by the celebrity trainer to complement her intense workout method, loved by Gwyneth Paltrow and Kim Kardashian.
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In fact, Anderson tells PEOPLE, Paltrow (herself a cookbook author) was “instrumental in helping create the program,” and loves the plan’s salmon with yogurt-mint dressing. But there’s a key difference between their approaches to food: “She’s in the kitchen to make things taste insanely amazing and I’m in the kitchen getting weight off of people.”
And she has a celeb fan who appreciates her approach: Jennifer Lopez. “She’s been on it now for about two weeks, and she loves it, she keeps ordering it,” Anderson says. “She’s not somebody who usually diets at all … [but] she needs the convenience. I’m so happy that somebody like that loves it because she has access to whatever food she wants.”
The plan isn’t cheap — it starts at $54.95 per day for a 14-day supply — but it is healthy, and Anderson promises results. “People are definitely going to lose weight,” she says. “They can lose stubborn weight on this and they can lose hundreds of pounds on this as well.”
And one more promise from her: “All the desserts are delicious!”
Want to test that out? Visit her website to preorder your meal delivery plan. And tell us: What do you think of Anderson’s latest endeavor?
–Alex Apatoff, reporting by Raha Lewis
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Normally, we’d call fauxhawks ‘pretty crazy,’ but given that we’ve seen this, this and this at Monday night’s Met Gala in New York City … they’re actually almost ‘pretty tame’ by comparison. However, when you’ve got Jennifer Lopez, Gwen Stefani and Julianne Moore all sporting similar hairstyles at the same major punk-themed event, you most certainly have a trend. One that we’re not sure we’d try, but that we’re loving on these stars.
Lopez’s gravity-defying look was a major departure from her typical waves and curls, calling to mind, perhaps, a long-haired, brunette Pink. Emily Blunt took an elegant approach to her hair, opting for some voluminous twists at the front leading to a messy updo at her crown. Stefani brought us (fittingly) back to her punkier days a bit, opting for a serious side-part and bangs to go with her topknot.
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Meanwhile, Jennifer Morrison lifted her hair to new heights (though not THIS high) to contrast with her girly gown. And Moore’s poufy pompadour added at least three inches to the star’s petite frame.
Considering some stars totally skipped out on having fun with the night’s theme, we’re glad these gals at least unleashed the ’90s in their hair.
Do you have a favorite fauxhawk? Would you ever try the trend?
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala is like fashion Christmas at the PEOPLE StyleWatch offices. Last year we included 73 gorgeous gowns in our gallery because we just had to share all the stunners with you. And because we love a challenge, we each agonized over our favorite Met Gala gowns from the past to get you excited for Monday night’s big bash.
Are you as fashion-obsessed as we are? Make sure to join us tonight starting at 7 p.m. EST for tons of coverage of the gowns, beauty and more — including a possible sighting of Kim Kardashian in punk attire. You won’t want to miss it!
Associate Editor Brittany Talarico: Everyone wants to be the belle of the Met Gala ball, and when Jennifer Lopez hit the red carpet at the fashion fête in 2010, she won the title hands down.
Her sequin-dusted Zuhair Murad Haute Couture strapless gown looks otherworldly, which, when it comes to the Met Ball Fashion Bible, is the whole point. Plus, she tops everything with Cartier jewels. Thanks J.Lo , for bringing a style editor’s fairytale to life!
Style Director Andrea Lavinthal: If the Met Gala is the prom of the fashion world, I’m declaring Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady the queen and king of the night.
Every year the world’s most genetically blessed couple arrive looking hotter than any two people have a right to. And in 2010 the then new parents absolutely killed it on the red carpet.
While everyone else went with a gown, Gisele wore a smoking hot black leather Alexander Wang fringed minidress with smoldering eye makeup and a sexy high ponytail. And her best accessory kept it classic in a sleek Tom Ford tux and slicked-back hair.
Senior style editor Zoë Ruderman: Daisy Buchanan can keep all those drop-waisted, ’20s-inspired, flapper Miuccia Prada designs and I’ll stick with the this futuristic Prada creation, thankyouverymuch.
When Carey Mulligan hit the red carpet last year wearing the gold-and-silver paillette design with its halter neckline and A-line silhouette, my immediate reaction was, I’d like to wear that to my wedding. (And really, is there any greater compliment coming from a 20something woman that can bestowed upon a dress?)
The fact that I’m not engaged has not stopped me from daydreaming about wearing this showstopper (which looked so incredible on the actress with her voluminous updo and coordinating heels) down the aisle someday.
Fashion Director Kate Dimmock: For me the image of Alexander McQueen and Sarah Jessica Parker both wearing plaid at the Met Ball in 2006 is a sentimental one. He was at the height of his talents and they both looked like they were really enjoying themselves and each other’s company.
The Met Ball is a pretty serious affair but their little dash of cheekiness made them seem all that much more glamourous. There’s nothing more fabulous than sincerely having a good time.
To this day I miss Alexander McQueen and his brilliant designs but it makes me happy to know he had some fun.
Style news editor Alex Apatoff: Because I’m a cheesy sucker for a big, beautiful ballgown, I couldn’t help but choose Doutzen Kroes’s ridiculously beautiful, cloudlike Zac Posen confection from 2010.
What do I love most about it? Don’t make me choose. It’s a tie between the beautiful multi-colored effect made by the many layers of tulle, the insanely long train, the delicate sleeves and the fact that the Met Gala is literally the only place you could wear a gown like this — aside from Disneyworld, perhaps.
Not that I’d let that stop me from wearing it everywhere if I ever got my hands on it, of course…
Tell us: What’s your all-time favorite Met Gala gown?
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Judging by the red carpet looks seen at the Grammys and the creations sent down the runways at New York Fashion Week, we have a sneaking suspicion we’ll be spotting a lot more navy and a lot more menswear-inspired getups in the coming weeks. But there’s one style you can pretty much write off (and don’t expect to see much of it at the Oscars): Studio 54-esque dresses.
Up: Navy Instead of Black. The LBD and LWD better watch out: There’s another shade gunning for the spotlight. This week everyone from Emmy Rossum and Anne Hathaway to Oprah Winfrey and Miranda Lambert slipped into midnight blue. And we totally understand the appeal of the color. It’s a bit more interesting and unexpected than black, but equally flattering on all shapes and sizes.
Up: Menswear-Inspired Looks. Beyoncé wore a pantsuit to the Grammys and a number of other stars (including Jessica Alba, Julianne Hough and Solange Knowles) quickly followed, well, suit. We doubt that tons of actresses will forgo gowns for dude duds at the Oscars, but our money is on at least one woman in menswear on that red carpet.
Down: Disco Ball Dresses. They had their moment, but that moment seems to have passed. So, take a long look at Jennifer Lopez in her printed sequin Preen dress (sparkly enough to be hung from the ceiling over any dance floor) because as amazing as it is, the creation is probably the last you’ll see of its kind for some time.
For more on which trends to follow check out our thoughts on platforms, polka dots, and furry accents.
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