Last night, it was that time of year again.
Unlike past events, however, the Costume Institute Gala seemed to have no single “it” trend that dominated the red carpet. Everything from sequins to jewel tones to elaborate (and I do mean elaborate) trains to pastels and traditional black popped up.
Thursday night, a star-studded DKMS 5th Annual Gala raised a record $2.5 million to aid the fight against leukemia and other blood-related cancers.
Any event hosted by Gucci and RocNation almost guarantees an eclectic guest list.
That was exactly the case on Saturday, when the two brands hosted their Pre-Grammy Brunch at SoHo House, Los Angeles.
All too often simply labeled as “Beyoncé’s sister,” Solange Knowles has definitely got her own fashion identity.
The singer–and in recent times DJ–attended the launch of Range Rover Epoque in West Hollywood on Tuesday night, reminding me why she usually gets a 10 for spunky style.
Keep reading for photos of her look–featuring her natural ‘do, bold colors and a hard-to-ignore statement necklace.
I’ll cut right to the chase.
Solange Knowles is my celebrity look of the week.
I loved how she rocked Boxing Kitten’s Tam Tam dress at Tao Beach in Las Vegas; and her fro funkified things just enough to complete the look.
Read more for the standout celeb styles that caught our eye this week, including Katy Perry’s PVC dress and Raven Symone’s rocker chic getup.
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Last night, a number of celebrities attended the DKMS 4th Annual Gala: Linked Against Leukemia at Cipriani 42nd Street in NYC.
The event raised $1.7M to support the fight against leukemia and other blood related cancers.
The money raised jointly by Coty Inc., a leading global beauty company, and DKMS, the world’s largest bone marrow donor center, will help register over 19,000 bone marrow donors and work to save lives worldwide.
Read more to see who was there and what they wore.
For more information about DKMS visit www.dkmsamericas.org.
Ever walked through the cosmetics aisle, thought about trying the Rimmel brand but then totally bypassed it for something more familiar (and American)?
Well, Rimmel is trying to change that.
How? By splashing a few celebrity faces across their marketing efforts.