Full Coverage: Red carpet fashion 2015
Times fashion critic Booth Moore weighs in on hits and misses on the red carpet.
The men hitting the red carpet at the 87th Academy Awards seemed to be divided into two broad camps.
The Oscars is when jewelers open up the vaults and bring out the best bling, on loan of course, for Hollywood’s biggest stars to parade down the red carpet.
A lot goes into what actresses wear on the red carpet.
Another noticeable men’s trend on the 87th Academy Awards red carpet is the unusually deep bench of tuxedo jackets with a shawl-collar lapel.
Move over, classic black.
So far, the men on the red carpet Sunday for the 87th Academy Awards are all over the map style-wise.
Saint Laurent is coming on strong on the Oscars red carpet.
An Oscar nominee for “La La Land,” Emma Stone made her film debut just over 10 years ago but has already become a red carpet fashion standout.
French actress Marion Cotillard -- recently nominated for an Oscar for “Two Days, One Night” -- has graced numerous red carpets in her career.
Rosamund Pike, a Golden Globe and Oscar nominee for “Gone Girl,” has graced various red carpet events over the years, wearing gowns from Alexander McQueen, Marios Schwab, Pucci and other top designers.
A relative newcomer to the awards season scene -- 2014’s “Theory of Everything” earned the star her first Oscar nomination -- Felicity Jones is no stranger to red carpet fashion, having worn such designers as Dior, Louis Vuitton, Elie Saab and others.
An Oscar nominee for “Wild,” Reese Witherspoon has walked down plenty of red carpets, wearing fashions from designers such as Versace, J.
Keira Knightley, a recent Oscar nominee for “The Imitation Game,” is also an expert at the red carpet game.
Frequent award season contender Julianne Moore -- she just won an Oscar for “Still Alice” -- has worn top designers including Tom Ford, Givenchy, Alexander McQueen and Chanel on previous red carpets.
Naomi Watts had a big 2014, appearing in Oscar best picture winner “Birdman” and receiving a SAG Award nomination for her supporting turn in “St.
Gone are the grungy days of “My So-Called Life”: These days, actress Claire Danes has walked the red carpet in a number of high-fashion looks, from Lanvin to Givenchy.
“Cake” star Jennifer Aniston has walked plenty of red carpets through the years, wearing outfits from such noted deisgners as Antonio Berardi, Tom Ford, Valentino and others.
A three-time Oscar winner, Meryl Streep has been an awards season mainstay for over three decades, and her recent red carpet style has featured designs by Valentino, Lanvin, Stella McCartney and more.
A frequent awards contender, Jessica Chastain -- who starred in “A Most Violent Year” and “Interstellar” in 2014 -- has turned heads on countless red carpets, with the help of such designers as Armani, Prada, Calvin Klein, Givenchy and more.
Golden Globe-nominated “Big Eyes” star Amy Adams has been a red carpet fixture for the last decade or so, sporting stylish designs from Oscar de la Renta, Gucci, Antonio Berardi, Carolina Herrera and more.
Booth Moore runs down the best and worst looks on the red carpet at the 2015 Grammys, including stars Beyonce, Madonna, Iggy Azalea, Usher, Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj and more.
There’s already a winner at the 57th Grammy Awards – the bow tie – which is turning up in all kinds of novel incarnations tonight.
Madonna has arrived at the Grammys wearing what can be described only as a burlesque matador look by Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci.
You won’t see much ladylike Chanel at the Grammys, nor much understated Calvin Klein.
The Grammys red carpet action is underway.
Billed as music’s biggest night, the Grammy Awards also offer stars the chance to model the latest fashions.
Keira Knightley, Felicity Jones, Reese Witherspoon, Lupita Nyong’o and Emilia Clarke are among the red carpet’s best and worst dressed.
Adding to the subdued vibe of the Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet was a definite trend toward the tone-on-tone look on the men’s side -- a sea of dark suits, black dress shirts and black neckties.
The SAG Awards red carpet wasn’t exactly a blockbuster for fashion, but there were a few bright spots.
So far, the SAG Awards red carpet fashion has been lackluster.
Julianne Moore, who usually kills it on the red carpet, barely wounded it at the SAG Awards, which are underwhelming in the fashion department so far.
Times fashion critic Booth Moore’s picks for the best and the worst from recent years’ Screen Actors Guild Awards presentations.
Lena Dunham, “Girls” creator and nominee for lead actress in a Television Series Musical or Comedy, is best known on the red carpet for arriving in colorful dresses that suit her personal style.
Another Golden Globes red carpet has come and gone, and the best-dressed stars such as Emma Stone, Jennifer Aniston, Julianne Moore, Lena Dunham showed us all how it’s done, while Reese Witherspoon, Keira Knightley, Kerry Washington and other stars tripped up on the red carpet.
The women of the Golden Globes may have had their statement earrings last night, but on the guy’s side the must-have accessory seemed to be the statement beard.
Fashion-wise the menfolk were all over the map at the 72nd Golden Globes on Sunday night, with sartorial standouts -- good and bad -- pulling most of the focus.
Mere minutes after the curtain came down on the 72nd Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, celebrities began streaming into a post-show bash staged by Weinstein Co. and Netflix in a massive tent beside the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
More than afterthoughts, clutch bags have been star players on the red carpet, with mirrored details, faceted textures and spherical shapes.
The French fashion flag was flying at the Golden Globes red carpet Sunday night, with some of the best-dressed women in Hollywood wearing Paris haute couture by Chanel, Dior and Saint Laurent.
Chanel, Dior and Saint Laurent ...
Jennifer Lopez, Kate Beckinsale, Julianne Moore, Reese Witherspoon and other stars shone in silver on the red carpet at the 2015 Golden Globes.
She’s been pilloried on the red carpet in the past.
For stars like Rosamund Pike, Emily Blunt, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Diane Kruger, white was the go-to color on the red carpet of the 2015 Golden Globe awards.
All eyes were on Hollywood’s leading ladies as they made their way down the red carpet at the 72nd Golden Globes on Sunday.
Rosamund Pike, the Bond girl and Vanity Fair cover star who is known for her style sense, underwhelmed on the Golden Globes red carpet.
The red carpet at the Golden Globes is a good place to spot celebrity fashion trends each year, but not every ensemble is a winner, as seen in this best and worst retrospective of recent Globes awards.