We’ve been wanting to do this photo montage for a while, but Milla Jovovich’s appearance at the Fortune Forum Summit—don’t ask—last night in London made our mission clear: The time to underscore her headband-loving is now. Is it a style choice that you enjoy seeing on repeat, or do you think the model should consider changing it up a bit?
If Freida Pinto’s cameo front-row at Dolce & Gabbana yesterday is any indication, the actress is being wholeheartedly embraced by the fashion world. But the beauty community is staking its claim, too; the Slumdog Millionaire star is rumored to be in talks with Estée Lauder to become a spokesperson for the brand. Details have yet to be confirmed, but her contract would no doubt be sizable, which begs the question: Is her newfound It girl status warranted or is this a case of too much too soon?
Jennifer Aniston has definitely cultivated a look over her almost two decades of fame. After all the “Rachel” haircut hoopla, she seems to have settled on a perma-tan plus blond highlights, topped off with
frequent bronzer abuse. Last night’s Marley & Me premiere in London was no exception (how torturous for our friends across the pond to have had to wait this long for all that big-screen, family fun). Jen’s latest red-carpet look prompted us to wonder whether someone needs to tell the actress to tone it down on the SoCal loving or if, perhaps, she’s just that L.A. Thoughts?
Sporting a smoky eye and metallic lip, Diane Kruger seemed to be going for a more sultry makeup look than usual at the César Film Awards this past weekend in Paris—except for that bejeweled hair clip holding her side-swept bangs. The latter is a bit grade school for our liking (and it’s not the first time we’ve spied this style on the model-turned-actress). Too juvenile for the red carpet or the perfect touch of understated elegance? Discuss.
When we first spotted Daisy Lowe front-row at the Issa show this week
(and then later, sans outfit change, at the Hats: An Anthology by Stephen Jones private view), we were in a slight state of shock. Had the former Mark Ronson flame and new Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring campaign star forgone her signature hipster haircut for a short pompadour?Upon further inspection, we discovered that Ms. Lowe was actually just experimenting with a tight twist, leaving the ends out and in a curly mop on top of her head for the illusion of a boy cut, although our initial distress is only now starting to wear off. Thoughts on her uncharacteristic updo?