Despite their enviable post-adolescent status, these are experienced sartorial players: they know of what they dress and offer something to teach all ages. Their styles run the gamut from Jaden Smith’s urban-inspired high fashion mix to Nicholas Hoult’s jaunty suits, Emma Watson’s refined and rocker approach to Kristen Stewart’s defiantly dramatic aesthetic. When it comes to getting dressed, these stylish stars under 25 don’t kid around.
In The Hangover Part III, the ability to attract trouble isn’t the only thing plaguing the Wolfpack – their style could use a serious tweak too. Granted when you’re typical Guy’s Night Out itinerary consists of drug-related hallucinations, liaising with Bangkok mobsters or outrunning Vegas authorities, what you’re wearing may not be top of mind. But one shouldn’t underestimate the power of a first impression.
Putting your best-dressed foot forward could come in handy if you happen to run into a legend, like Mike Tyson, or meet your future stripper wife. To keep them looking sharp all summer, here is how we’d upgrade Alan, Stu and Phil – or any man for that matter.
Access the photo gallery for our men's summer style tips with help from The Wolfpack after the jump!
Yes, the rip roaring, Twenties-on-acid sets will be dazzling. Sure, the A-list cast, comprised of Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Tobey Maguire, will be brilliant. And, naturally, the sizzling soundtrack (featuring tunes fromBeyoncé, Florence + the Machine and Jack White) will be spinning all summer long. But, fact, it’s the wardrobe that will blow our minds the most.
Not only did costume designer Catherine Martin have the thrill of dressing characters in an era of all out decadence, but she also collaborated with several famous fashion brands (Prada! Brooks Brothers! Tiffany & Co.!) to create outfits. In a tale of flawed characters, their looks are anything but.
Get our style guide to dressing like Gatsby and let Art Deco inspire your look after the jump!
You don’t have to be the future Mr. or Mrs., or a lucky member of the bridal party, to know that figuring out what to wear to a wedding can be a daunting task. As played out in the ensemble comedy The Big Wedding, starring Amanda Seyfried, Robert De Niro and Susan Sarandon, at a special occasion that pulls together family, friends and new acquaintances all eyes can very well end up on you ¬– even if you’re not strutting down the aisle. Putting your best foot forward as one of the best-dressed guests is easy thanks to a few handy Dos and Don’ts.
Breakout roles can be so deceiving. As ringleader Regina George in Mean Girls, who would have pegged Rachel McAdams to be a serious and seriously in-demand actress nearly a decade later? Yeah, not us either. But we’re glad to have been so wrong!
Not only has our homegrown talent, now starring in To The Wonder, conquered a variety of genres - from epic romance in The Notebook to the hit action franchise that is Sherlock Holmes to dramedy in one of Woody Allen’s wittiest flicks to date (j’adore Midnight in Paris!) - but Canada’s sweetheart has become a style star in her own right. With a look as covetable as her cheekbones, we’ve rounded up five reasons to love her style.
Access the photo gallery and find out why we love McAdams style after the jump!
With her ballet-trained bod and model-perfect mug, it's safe to say anything would look good on Diane Kruger.
To the delight of the fashion flock, the stunning German-born actress and The Host co-star appears to enjoy putting that theory to the test. Bold colours, eye-catching embellishment, silhouettes straight from the runway and duos of daring prints all loom large in her wardrobe. Kruger's fashion message is clear: take risks. Developing a style sensibility that refuses to play it safe can have highly covetable results, even if you've never been asked to play Helen of Troy, a.k.a. the most beautiful woman in the world.
With these fashion risk-taking tips, any mere mortal can dust the cobwebs off her closet and shake things up in the wardrobe department.
Follow along, after the jump!
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In many ways the fashions at the 2013 Oscars were reflective of the overall experience of watching it. Some parts were amazing, like Naomi Watts' shimmering silver column dress and live performances by Jennifer Hudson and Adele. Some parts, like Anne Hathaway's pale dress fail and the use of Jaws music to drown out winners' acceptance speeches, were bad.
And other parts, cue most of host Seth McFarlane's material and Kristen Stewart's wardrobe, were just plain awkward. Was it a year that will go down in the annals of Academy Awards history for its endless parade of incredible red carpet watching? Not so much. But there were still several shining moments, and questionable choices, that warrant a closer look.
Here's our list for best and worst dressed of the night.
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