Red Carpet Fashion Awards

At present you can’t pass a newsstand without seeing the gorgeous Emma Stone looking back at you.

There aren’t many actresses who can pull off a Vogue hat-trick.

For July she covered American Vogue, and for August she covered Teen Vogue and Vogue UK.

Sporting straight strawberry-blonde locks and heavily lined eyes, the raspy-voiced Revlon ambassador was captured by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue UK wearing a MaxMara black-and-white houndstooth sweater and a wool-and-leather cap by the same brand.

I love the slightly mod look, it’s in total contrast to her Teen Vogue cover where she looks very sweet sporting a lighter hair colour whilst posing alongside boyfriend Andew Garfield wearing a Louis Vuitton dress which was shot by Josh Olins.

The rest of her editorial sees her wearing Marc Jacobs, McQ by Alexander McQueen, Mulberry, Calvin Klein and Prada.

Which cover shot do you prefer?

Credit: Style.com, Vogue UK & Teen Vogue

With Emma Stone’s profile continuing to rise, I knew it was only a matter of time before fashion’s current it-girl landed a Vogue cover – especially since she’s currently promoting ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’.

The actress and Revlon girl was shot by Mario Testino wearing a Nina Ricci dress on the cover.

We also get to see her wearing a pretty Jil Sander dress, a printed Dries Van Noten ensemble with a Stephen Jones cap and a fun lace Versus dress.

She talks to Vogue about struggling to come to terms with being a ‘movie star’ and she also discusses the moment she realised what fashion actually meant.

You can read the whole interview over at Vogue.com. Here are some extracts from her interview.

On realising what fashion actually meant: “It was a red dress (Lanvin gown at the 2011 BAFTAs), it was asymmetrical, and the minute I put it on I thought, Oh, this is what fashion does for people. It makes them feel like it’s an extension of themselves.” Read more…

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Surprisingly, Charlize Theron makes her Vogue UK debut on the cover of their May 2012 issue.

The blonde beauty, known for her close association with Dior, wears a sky-blue Versace Spring 2012 gown on the cover which was shot by Patrick Demarchelier.

The rest of her editorial she does wear Dior, of course, and Luisa Beccaria.

In the magazine goes on sale Monday April 9, Charlize talks about her adopted baby boy, Jackson and her days as a model in the 90s.

Click here to see a sneak peek of her editorial.

Credit: Style.com & Vogue.co.uk

Jennifer Lopez looks glamorous in a red Bottega Veneta gown on the cover of American Vogue’s April 2012 shape issue.

The rest of her editorial shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott sees the sexy American Idol judge wear red hot looks by Michael Kors and Valentino.

Between judging on American Idol, her music projects and the imminent release of her latest movie, ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting’, Jennifer has a very busy spring ahead of her.
In the magazine, Jennifer talks about her diva image, boyfriend Casper and motherhood.

On her diva image: “Sometimes I think it’s just because I have a nice car and I’m not afraid to wear a big fur.” Read more…


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Frederic Aranda captured Vogue editors from all its magazines across the world as they joined forces for a very special Fashion’s Night Out in Tokyo to celebrate fashion and to lend their support to Japan as the country recovers from the devastating earthquake and tsunami earlier this year.

This is the very first time such a photo has been taken.

You will no doubt recongise Ms Wintour who celebrated her birthday, but here’s the who’s who from left to right: Yolanda Sacristan, Spain (seated), Kirstie Clements Australia (middle), Anaita Adajania – India (back), Christiane Arp, Germany (seated), Angelica Cheung, China (standing), Franca Sozzani, Italy (seated), Mitsuko Watanabe – Japan (standing), Anna Wintour, America (seated), Emmanuelle Alt – France (reclining), Alexandra Shulman – Britain (seated), Victoria Davydova, Russia (standing), Anna Harvey, representing Brazil and Greece (seated), Seda Domanic – Turkey (seated), Myung Hee Lee – Korea (seated), Rosalie Huang -Taiwan (standing), Eva Hughes, Mexico and Latin America (standing), Paula Mateus – Portugal (seated)

I love that Emmanuelle Alt is the rebel in the pack as stays true to her style.

Ms Wintour just can’t live without those Manolo’s.

Credit: CondeNast UK




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