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People Red Carpet Sub Special 2018

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Language:
English
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Meredith Corporation
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2 min.
the new red carpet

The red carpet has always been a place for us to see—and be inspired by—our favorite stars wearing beautiful clothes. While fashion’s ability to provide a glamorous escape from our everyday lives continues to be worth celebrating, this year the red carpet also became a place for those stars to use style to make a statement through what they’re wearing. “Fashion is a way to make your voice heard,” says designer Christian Siriano, who has dressed dozens of stars this season. We’ve seen that play out firsthand: At the Golden Globes, the first major awards show since sexual-harassment scandals swept show business, nominees and presenters chose to promote change. Attendees wore black to support the Time’s Up campaign, an initiative to help further the #MeToo movement and fight sexual harassment and…

1 min.
yellow

Not so mellow anymore! Super-saturated shades of the cheery color are having a moment with dozens of stars shining in daffodil, lemon and even neon-yellow looks. Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute says the uptick is partly driven by the current cultural climate: “It’s the color of sunshine, which with it, brings a sense of joy and hopefulness—and people want more optimism.” Plus it’s guaranteed to turn heads: “Physiologically, in a field of colors, your eye will inherently travel to yellow first.” Wear it yourself, and “no question, all eyes are going to be on you.” From the color that’s having a moment to the beauty look taking over Hollywood, here’s everything happening on the red carpet right now! CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: MICHAEL TRAN/FILMMAGIC; SAMANTHA DEITCH/BFA/SHUTTERSTOCK; VITTORIO ZUNINO…

1 min.
dark lips

With all the glamour and sophistication of a red, plus the edgy sexiness of a purple, it’s no surprise that wine-colored lips are the power makeup trend of the moment. “This look really puts you front and center,” says Lily Collins’s makeup artist Fiona Stiles. You can pair it with a light shimmery shadow and a touch of mascara like Collins (center) or go full vamp with a smoky eye. Pro Tip! ‘IF YOU LOVE BOLD MAKEUP, A MATTE LIQUID LIPSTICK IN THIS SHADE IS GREAT; IF YOU JUST WANT TO TRY THE TREND, GO FOR A SHEER, CREAMY FORMULA IN THE HUE’—makeup artist Fiona Stiles…

1 min.
wild styles

There’s no one direction when it comes to Harry Styles’s wardrobe. The musician, 24, wore an array of crazy, colorful suits while promoting his first solo album and acting debut in Dunkirk, giving fans (and fashion lovers) even more reason to swoon. CLOCKWISE FROM RIGHT: JEFF KRAVITZ/FILMMAGIC; KEVORK DJANSEZIAN/NBC/GETTY IMAGES; BERETTA-SIMS/REX/ SHUTTERSTOCK; MATT BARON/SHUTTERSTOCK; DAVID BECKER/GETTY IMAGES; SCOTT BARBOUR/GETTY IMAGES; EMMA MCINTYRE/GETTY IMAGES; OUZOUNOVA/SPLASH NEWS; ERIK PENDZICH/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK; STEVE GRANITZ/WIREIMAGE; C FLANIGAN/FILMMAGIC; JASON LAVERIS/FILMMAGIC; GREGG DEGUIRE/WIREIMAGE; JASON LAVERIS/FILMMAGIC…

1 min.
trailblazers we love

This awards season, there was simply no other cast who used their platform to push the cultural conversation about gender equality forward more than the five female stars of HBO’s Big Little Lies. Not only did Laura Dern, Nicole Kidman, Zoë Kravitz, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley win for their roles on the show as powerful women—more than a dozen awards thus far combined!—they used each red carpet appearance and acceptance speech to further their message that women deserve equal rights. “What we’re trying to do now is instigate change,” Kidman told reporters at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, adding, “for the voices of the voiceless to be heard, it’s an incredible time.” With fellow activist and actress Meryl Streep joining season 2, surely their mission will only continue to…

1 min.
i buy my own dresses!

WhenCrazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloomneeds a gown for a big event, she doesn’t call a stylist or borrow a sample piece froma designer like most actresses. Instead she purchases a dress just like the rest of us. “It’s hard to get places to lend tome because I amnot a size 0,” the actress, 30, said. “But also I can afford it, so it’s okay.” For the Emmys she shelled out $3,500 for theGucci gown she wore to the ceremony, where her showwas nominated for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics. And it was worth every penny. “I feel like a pretty, pretty princess.”…