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In case you haven’t had enough Jennifer Lopez in your life this week (the live Top 13 performances began on American Idol, and we may or may not have been glued to the TV), get ready to take in even more: This week’s Best Dressed winner is showing a whole lotta skin, and we can’t blame readers (over 20,000!) for showing her some love.
Proving once again that a.) the cutout trend isn’t going anywhere, and b.) this woman has the body of a 20-something, J.Lo stepped out at a West Hollywood Idol party in a Cushnie et Ochs LBD, which showed off both her enviable ab and arm muscles. And if you don’t need the gym inspiration, perhaps you can get some hair inspiration instead, thanks to her chic topknot. (She does do topknots better than anyone in the biz.)
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Elsewhere on the red carpet, black continued to be the color of choice, as evidenced by Top 5 contenders Sofia Vergara, in a bandage Hervé Léger mini at a Sydney Modern Family media call, and Keri Russell, who had us prepared to try a menswear-inspired look herself, thanks to her Saint Laurent jacket and trousers, plus a Balenciaga top and gorgeous side-swept waves (worn to the N.Y.C. season premiere of The Americans).
And because it’s Oscars weekend and because she’s our current girl crush, we should discuss (who else?) Lupita Nyong’o, who landed at No. 8 in yet another bold color: a burnt-orange Givenchy gown, which she paired with a matching clutch and gold cuff at the NAACP Image Awards in Pasadena, Calif. We just can’t wait to see what she’ll wear at Sunday’s big event (although we already have some ideas!).
Tell us: Do you think J.Lo’s LBD deserved the No. 1 spot (or at least a place on your fridge for gym inspiration)? Or did you prefer someone else’s look?
– Whitney Little
The Oscars are mere days away at this point — and while celebrities are getting their spray-tans and teeth whitened, we’re planning our snack picks for Sunday night and reminiscing about our favorite Oscar moments from years past. Everyone knows which are the best dresses (and the most horrifying style moments) from the past decade or so, but what about those major moments that somehow get overlooked in everyone’s roundups? This Thursday, PEOPLE StyleWatch editors are giving special shoutouts to the most memorable moments — in our minds, anyway — and that you should add to your “Remember when?” Oscars nostalgia tour.
Brittany Talarico, Associate Style Editor: Remember that time a bow almost ate Charlize Theron‘s head on the Oscars red carpet? I didn’t either until I came across this photo of the actress at the 2006 Academy Awards. The bow in question was attached to Theron’s forest green Christian Dior gown, designed by John Galliano. This was right before Twitter launched, or Theron’s extra appendage would no doubt have been immortalized with its own handle and account. (By the way, can you imagine an award show without Twitter?) While I’m all about a “Wow” factor, I think the ginormous embellishment was just a bit too over-the-top. (I’m more in favor of the tie on Nicole Kidman’s famous Balenciaga design.)
Andrea Lavinthal, Style and Beauty Director: The year was 2003. 50 Cent’s “In Da Club” was the hot jam, Juicy Couture sweatsuits were so on-trend and there was only one celebrity couple that mattered: Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck. Between his cameo in “Jenny From the Block” and her massive pink diamond Harry Winston engagement ring, the world couldn’t get enough of Bennifer.
The ill-fated couple had one of their most memorable moments at the Academy Awards where she arrived in a stunning mint green vintage Valentino gown inspired by a look Jackie Kennedy Onassis wore in 1967, and he sported self-tanner. All of it. Yet, all the bronzer, body glitter and hair pomade in the world couldn’t keep Bennifer together.
Zoë Ruderman, Deputy Style and Beauty Director: While looking back at old Oscars photos, I was struck by two things: One, Jennifer Lopez has attended a lot of Oscars for someone whose biggest movies are Maid in Manhattan (not nominated) and Gigli (also snubbed). And two, there was a period of about four years in the ’90s when almost every woman on the red carpet wore one of those oversize silk shawls draped over the crook of their elbows. I had almost forgotten this was a thing! And not just at the Oscars, but at proms, too.
Kate Winslet, in a pre-Titanic 1996, wore approximately 80 yards of a deep-pink fabric that matched her scoopneck princess gown and certainly didn’t match her red hair. In PEOPLE StyleWatch magazine, we have a feature called “Everything Old Is New Again,” but somehow I don’t think Kate — or any other star — will show up this year carrying that ’90s fabric swath.
Bronwyn Barnes, Senior Style Editor: This is the look that proved Cate Blanchett was a force to be reckoned with on the red carpet. The actress’s bespoke knit John Galliano for Dior gown — which she helped design — featured an intricate back panel with hummingbird and floral design done in Lesage embroidery. She could easily have overdone it with the hair and makeup, but instead went with artfully mussed bedhead and a red lip and came out looking effortlessly cool. That’s why she’s the best-dressed badass in Hollywood.
Alex Apatoff, Style News Editor: Do you know who else has scored a ton of invites to the Oscars despite also being cruelly overlooked for films including Honey and Good Luck Chuck? Jessica Alba. Not that I’m complaining — she always brings it, big time, on the red carpet, sometimes even more so than the nominees.
Case in point: This ridiculously delicious plum Marchesa gown, worn with Cartier jewels and that radiant mom-to-be glow (yes, this is what she looks like in her third trimester) in 2008. And of course, that braided hairdo set the gold standard for formal braids long before it became a Thing — I’m pretty sure this is still getting pinned to bridal hair inspiration boards. We may never see Alba holding one of those golden statuettes, but I’m willing to keep awarding her “best dressed” trophies as long as she keeps going.
What’s your favorite overlooked Oscars style moment? Which of these gets your vote for best TBT? Tell us below!
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This winter has been pretty brutal. That’s why we’re so ready to pack away our snow boots and puffer coats for some flowy styles, like this chic outfit on Miranda Kerr. (Seriously, one editor has this picture hanging in her cube as warm-weather inspiration.) Now, we want to know about your summer style and beauty M.O. — the looks you can’t wait to wear and the celeb summer wardrobes you covet. Answer our poll questions below (and leave any thoughts in the comments) for a chance to be featured in an upcoming issue!Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Take Our Poll
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Perhaps Hollywood stylists were feeling a little fatigued after the madness that was the Golden Globes, or perhaps these celebs were just looking to keep things simple. Whatever the reason, the color palette at the FOX TCA parties was almost entirely two-hued: With the exception of Mindy Kaling, every star seemed to be in some variation of black-and-white.
First up was Keri Russell, in what we’d like to wear on every date night from now until the end of time. The pencil skirt was flattering. The leather jacket was adorable. The tank and shoes tied together nicely and gave the whole thing a sexy-casual vibe. And yes, we’ll take that date-night hair too.
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Someone who was not doing sexy-casual, but rather sexy-sexy (does she have any other mode?) was Jennifer Lopez, who hit the red carpet in a leather-and-lace stretchy slip dress, Jimmy Choo heels, a Thalé Blanc clutch and a bright red lip. Hoops, blonde highlights, a smoldering gaze — Lopez gave it everything she’s got. 75 carats of Norman Silverman diamonds certainly didn’t hurt.
Finally, on the complete opposite end of the spectrum, Zooey Deschanel chose a sweet, rose-dotted Andrew Gn A-line dress and added black kitten heels but (shockingly) no tights. Her berry lip brought a little extra color to the look.
Sometimes, simplest is best, and we think that applies to all three of these stars. Who had your favorite look? Would you wear any of them? Tell us below.
You’ve seen the outfits (and the stars twirling in them). You’ve seen the selfies. And yet there are still things from last night’s American Music Awards that are being buzzed about in the PEOPLE offices. Below, our roundup of the star style moments worth special attention today, from new bangs to bold hair choices to fringed onesies.
Rihanna‘s “doobie wrap:” If you happened to be on Twitter at the moment Rihanna took the stage at the AMAs, you may have noticed an explosion of people expressing shock that she went out in a “Doobie” — a wrapped and pinned style used to keep a hairstyle fresh. Most of the reactions were something like the below, though we wonder how Latina grandmothers wore pearl-encrusted pins in theirs.
Was Rihanna rocking a doobie last night? In public? On stage? My latina grandmother will be horrified. #AMA2013 #hair
— Darlene Rodriguez (@Darlene4NY) November 25, 2013
Jennifer Lopez‘s body: She’s 44. She wore about the same amount of clothing as 21-year-old Miley Cyrus and looked equally amazing — perhaps more so, as Lopez wore glamorous, glittering Zuhair Murad and Cyrus was in a cat-print number that showed off the excellent work of her waxer.
Christina Aguilera‘s new look: Her impressive slimdown is old news at this point, but what we’re really digging is how she’s dressing her svelte new shape. She took the stage in a simple black tank, shimmery lipgloss and an understated, chic braided do and looked lovelier than ever. More of this, please!
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And in the hair changes department…
Jaimie Alexander’s bangs: The last time she was on a red carpet, we were all discussing her dress. Last night, it was all about her piecey new bangs, which she said was for a role. “I’ve never had fringe before. It’s really short. Right now it’s almost like I’m channeling Lydia from Beetlejuice,” she told PEOPLE. “I’ve been under a baseball cap most of the weekend but I’m learning how to style them.”
Ciara’s super-short bob: The newly engaged star continues to go ever-shorter. Last night she wore a bouncy, chin-length cut to go with her body-baring dress — and we love the length on her.
Kylie Jenner’s bangs: She may be a Jenner, but that’s purely Kardashian hair: Ombré, wavy, shiny, layered and — oh yeah — with bangs that may or may not be just for one night. Cute, though!
Who had your favorite buzzworthy style or beauty moment at the AMAs? How are you feeling about these new hair looks?
–Alex Apatoff, reporting by Melody Chiu
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