3 posts tagged "Keri Russell"
The topknot is gaining steam on the red carpet. Let’s look at the facts: Last week, it was Keri Russell’s wispy updo that caught our attention, and last night, actress Gemma Arterton showcased a sleeker version of the humidity- and rain-friendly style at the world premiere of Clash of the Titans in London. We were obviously drawn to this image because of our own current weather aversions (where are you, sun? Where are you?!) and because it’s a really easy way to look chic for a night out—even if the elements aren’t on your side. It’s very similar to Guido Palau’s handiwork at Marc Jacobs’ Spring show, in fact, and requires a simple slathering of smoothing serum like Redken’s Glass 01, brushing your hair upward, gathering it in a ponytail, and tightly twisting. Et voilà. The style works in 70-degree sun, too, so practice now so you can give it a happier debut when things clear up in New York this weekend. Would you rock it?
Oh, Keri Russell. We didn’t think we could love you any more than we did after you married that incredibly attractive contractor from Martha’s Vineyard instead of a Hollywood A-lister, but then you go and do something like this. Please see the former Felicity at left sporting our go-to dirty-hair topknot on the red carpet at the Leaves of Grass premiere in New York last night. We’re going to go ahead and take this as a green light to start wearing the haphazard, wispy updo to all future fancy events if and when necessary. Supercute, no?
With her cherubic face and those gray-blue eyes, Keri Russell’s looks are pretty close to perfect. Her makeup at the Los Angeles premiere of Disney’s Bedtime Stories—a subtle smoky eye, just a touch of muted, apricot blush, and an impeccably lined berry-crimson lip—was equally faultless. We were most impressed with her highlights, though, which are some of the best we’ve seen in quite some time—well placed and subdued, but effective enough to catch nuanced glimmers of sunlight and flashbulbs. We love everything you’re doing, Keri (and think your work in Waitress was underrated).