Although sparkle and shine is a key component of any award show red carpet—just think about all those rented diamonds—there was even more than usual at tonight’s event. Head-to-toe embellishment was a huge trend of the evening, from metallic paillettes (both Laverne Cox and Claire Danes went for gold, while Robin Wright shimmered in silver), to peachy-tan sequins (we’re looking at you Emilia Clarke), to light-catching white beads (as seen on Heidi Klum). Keep scrolling to see who did the look best.
Your Ultimate Guide to Fall TV
Who’s ready for fall? As much as we love the long, dreamy days of summer, we’re even more excited for the season’s end because it means one very important thing: Our favorite fall TV shows are back! And even more exciting than the return of Empire, American Horror Story, and Modern Family is the onslaught of brand new programming premiering as well. But this year more than ever, the number of new TV shows has skyrocketed thanks to all of the networks and streaming services vying for a coveted fall hit, like Amazon, Netflix, and even TNT. With so many programs premiering at the same time, how do you know which ones are worth space in your DVR (or, ahem, streaming queue)? Don’t fret! We’ve sifted through the saturated fall lineup and picked out all of the must-watch new series. The best part? All of these newbies have unique and interesting storylines that we haven't seen a million times before. There’s a Woody Allen series (his first foray into TV), a baseball drama with a female lead (yes, she's drafted into the MLB), a dystopian Western, a show where everyone shares the same birthday, and—gasp—the long-awaited return of Gilmore Girls. Sign us up. Not only that, there's some major star power to look forward to, like Sarah Jessica Parker, who returns to HBO with a comedy about divorce; Michelle Dockery, who veers far away from Downton Abbey with a new role as a con artist; and Miley Cyrus, who stars in Woody Allen's six-part Amazon series. Scroll down to read our picks for the best new TV series premiering this fall. Then, be sure to tune in when the shows start airing in September.
Welcome to Orange Is the New Black Week! Each day this week, we're bringing you exclusive content about the ladies of Litchfield ahead of the Netflix show's season premiere on June 17. Click here for everything you need to know.
Happy Pride Month! Every year, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month is celebrated in June to honor the 1969 Stonewall riots. The riots, which took place in Manhattan, were a crucial tipping point for the Gay Liberation Movement in the U.S. So this month, we celebrate the massive strides the LGBT community has made since then. In particular, leaps like last year's landmark Supreme Court decision guaranteeing marriage equality. Progress like this is due to the forward-thinking advocates and allies who have worked tirelessly to achieve a more unified and equal existence for all. And among those advocates and allies stand celebrities of various sexual orientations, who have lent their voices to the LGBT community and their fight for equality. Here, we've rounded up some of our favorite celebrity quotes on being gay, coming out, and the continued push for equal rights.
Do blondes really have more fun? That's up for you to decide. Whether you're a natural blonde and want to enhance your hair shade or you're turning to dye to lighten up your strands to fulfill your blonde ambition, the first step is finding the right flaxen shade that will enhance and compliment your complexion. To say this is no easy task is a massive understatement. That's why we turned to Rita Hazan, celebrity colorist and owner of Rita Hazan Salon in New York to create a comprehensive guide on what blondes work best for different skin tones so you know exactly what shade to ask for at the salon, or which boxed-dye to pick up in the beauty aisle. RELATED VIDEO: Science is Debunking the Whole "Dumb Blonde" Stereotype
We're pretty big on TV here at InStyle, so upfronts are an exciting time of the year for us. Every spring, we look forward to finding out what new television series will soon be hitting the small screen, binge-watching all the trailers, and betting on who the next breakout stars will be. This past week, we were happily surprised to see a huge TV trend on the horizon: a number of classic films or series from the past will be coming to our sets beginning in the fall. Naturally, we got a bit nostalgic, so below are the classics making a television debut or comeback that we’re most excited about. We can't wait to see each star's take on these iconic roles from the past!
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, Spanx, and anything that’ll helps stars achieve that extra nip or tuck, can always be found on the red carpet. And while we didn’t see any wardrobe malfunctions at the 2016 SAG Awards on Saturday, our favorite actresses turned to their glam team for thongs, tights, and high-waisted briefs that let their best assets shine. From youthful beauties like Sarah Hyland who likes to “always wear shapewear” to comedic heroines that simply have one message for the undergarments (“hell no,” says Gaby Hoffmann), we grilled Hollywood's leading ladies with one hard-hitting question: "Are you wearing Spanx?" See what 9 of our favorites had to say. —With reporting by Brandi Fowler and Carita Rizzo PHOTOS: 15 Stars Reveal Whether They Wore Spanx to the 2016 Golden Globes LAVERNE COX (ABOVE) “Is there room for Spanx? How do you do Spanx when you're backless? No. I haven't been wearing Spanx lately. I have historically—it just depends on where we are on the scale. It's really nice. I've never been like a big girl to go backless. I'm embracing the imperfections of my back...[it's] a big deal for me to go backless. We pick ourselves apart. I certainly do. But I feel great. I feel really comfortable. This is super comfy and life is better without Spanx. It really is.”
Let’s be honest: Awards shows are fun and all, but what we really want to see are stars getting down in the post-show celebrations. The 22nd annual run of the Screen Actors Guild Awards at L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium was surely a memorable one and there were plenty of opportunities to honor Hollywood’s finest, both before and after the show on Saturday night. Above, Mad Men's January Jones cuts a dreamy figure in a Schiaparelli Haute Couture design alongside Mom star Anna Faris, who recalled Old Hollywood glamour in a siren-hot Naeem Khan gown at the People and Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) SAG Gala. Click through in the photo icon above to see more of our favorite moments from the hottest SAG Award parties.
Awards season is in full-swing, and the gorgeous beauty looks just keep getting better and better. Though the SAG Awards may have taken place over the weekend, the star-studded red carpet offered no shortage of hair and makeup moments guaranteed to leave us inspired for months. We put together a list of the best beauty moments from the big event, from Viola Davis's bold berry lip, to Nicole Kidman's radiant complexion. Scroll down to see our favorite looks of the night! RELATED: See How Sarah Hyland Got Ready for the 2016 SAG Awards
It was no surprise that the A-list set brought their sartorial savvy to last night's Golden Globes. But some stars went above and beyond in the fashion department, donning not just one killer ensemble but two once they hit the afterparty circuit (yes, we're looking at you Jennifer Lopez, who selected a sleek white Roland Mouret gown after wearing her marigold caped Giambattista Valli creation). Lopez was hardly the only one serving double the style: Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Bosworth, and more also followed suit. Ahead, the best after-party quick changes from the Globes. RELATED: The Best Looks From the 2016 Golden Globes Red Carpet
It isn't an awards show until the glamorous updos are lining the red carpet, and Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards held no shortage of elegant chignons, low knots, and gorgeous faux bobs. While many stars like Eva Longoria and Laverne Cox went for classic Old Hollywood styles, celebrities like Rachel McAdams injected a current vibe into otherwise timeless looks with the addition of cool-girl texture. We put together a list of our favorite red carpet updos from last night's ceremony, with shots from every angle to really show off how intricate each of the styles is. Scroll down to see our favorite Golden Globes updos, along with pro tips on how to recreate them. RELATED: See the Best Beauty Looks from the 2016 Golden Globe Awards