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Fox Searchlight Pictures/Sportsphoto Ltd/Allstar Alfred Hitchcock loved blondes, but he famously dismissed Marilyn Monroe as too "obvious" . So, it's a little surprising that Scarlett Johansson Monroe's modern-day equivalent, complete with curves and
Seriously, she knows her style stuff, which is why American Eagle's intimate brand Aerie just tapped her as their celebrity fit expert. Jenn sat down with OK ! to talk undie options, lingerie rules, and just what you should be wearing on V-Day night.
Stephen Joseph grew up in upstate New York, and his mother, who still lives there, has attended Broadway theatrical productions for the past seven decades. So it's not surprising that this landscape photographer also holds a fascination with New York'
Yes, I find her annoying and full of it, but I think she's talented and I enjoy her...Anyway, today we're going to hear about some of Annie's latest Oscar campaign moves. She's stopped talking about her poor, maligned vadge (sort of) and she's moved
Gorgeous, full-color illustrations of costumes from "My Fair Lady," "Cabaret," "Cleopatra," "Bonnie and Clyde" and "Vertigo" are just a few of the goodies in Deborah Nadoolman Landis' new book, "Hollywood Sketchbook: A Century of Costume Illustration"
Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic Designing costumes so ingrained in popular culture that they still inspire Halloween disguises 30 years after they were created Michael Jackson's "Thriller" jacket, Indiana Jones ' signature outback slouch look and
Thanks to a story line that travels from the plains of Texas to the Deep South circa 1856, Quentin Tarantino 's genre-mixing spaghetti western provides perhaps the widest smorgasbord of men's period clothing of the holiday movie season. Costume
Even though I don't know much more of Gage than this Tony Bennett video ?...The excellent Hollywood Reporter roundtable series continues, with something new this year: a sit-down with a group of great costume designers. I have a not-so-secret
For most of "Les Miserables," things do not go well for Fantine. Abandoned by the father of her child, she goes on a long spiral down the economic ladder and winds up working in a brothel. And although she's always featured with a splash of color in
Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for the V&A Dorothy's famed ruby slippers from "The Wizard of Oz." It was the first time the iconic scarlet sequinned shoes had been out of the United States and the Smithsonian Museum in Washington. And the first