Kristen Stewart at the 2013 Met Gala.
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• From K.Stew's smoldering jumpsuit look to Miley Cyrus' full-body fishnet to Kimye's all Givenchy everything ensembles, the 2013 Met Gala was THE event (and thing to talk about) this week.
• The episode hasn't even aired yet, but Justin Bieber's The Simpsons cameo has us clearing out our Sunday evening plans. Mainly to see that cartoon Versace jacket in action.
• Selenators were given not one but TWO major releases this week: Selena's InStyle magazine cover AND her official full-length "Come & Get It" music video!
• The belly ring debate forges on as Britney Spears joins Beyonce with belly bling on the cover of Shape.
• Major late pass on this, but we just discovered these Dress Up! iPhone apps. HELLO, pretending to put clothes on Joe Jonas and Drake. GOODBYE, productivity!
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Beyonce and the original sketch of her Met Gala Givenchy dress.
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The Met Gala may have only been Monday night, but in Internet time, that's EONS. Just as we were starting to get over the shock (or perhaps more accurately, the confusion) of seeing our favorite celebs try to make that punk theme work, Beyonce brings the night's festivities back to the forefront of our psyche. Yep, we're thinking about Bey's Givenchy flame-engulfed gown again. Fire-tipped over-the-elbow gloves, thigh-high boots, grommeted belt and all. And why?? Because King Bey just uploaded the original Givenchy sketch to her personal website!
Our hearts will go on for Leonardo DiCaprio.
Photo: Etsy/Society 6/Amazon
I don't care how old you were when the movie first came out, if you were alive during the theater release of Titanic, you have a 99.9999% chance of being a Leonardo DiCaprio STAN. Maybe it's a closeted superfandom, something you shield from your friends, family, and co-workers. Maybe it's a latent pining after Leo that you haven't even THOUGHT to conjure since his debilitating portrayal of Howard Hughes in The Aviator (also, his tobacco teeth in Django Unchained ALDFGK;LDF YICK). Whatever its manifestation, your love for Leo is there. Given all that, it's high time you dust off those Lip Smackers-laden Tiger Beat magazines because the reunion of DiCaprio with his William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet director Baz Luhrmann for the film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby has us all FEELINGSY about Leo's heartthrob heyday. To help ourselves through it (and maybe you too), we've rounded up all the best Leonardo DiCaprio Stan Swag the Internet has to offer.
Justin Bieber's 'The Simpsons' cameo and the 'V' Magazine spread it was modeled after.
Photo: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation/'V' Magazine
Here at MTV Style, we're card-carrying Justin Bieber fans (and/or apologists, depending on your perspective), so you better BELIEBE we'll be tuning in as Biebsy makes a cameo in this Sunday's episode of The Simpsons. Titled "The Fabulous Faker Boy," the episode centers around a *drumrollllll* musical performance. (Doh.) "He tries to get into a talent show that Bart is playing piano in, and they won’t admit him," Simpsons executive producer/writer Al Jean told Entertainment Weekly. Unlike Lady Gaga's entire dedicated episode in Springfield, Justin just makes a quick appearance, but WHAT an appearance it is! I mean, are you seeing this animated wardrobe?!
At face-value, without any context, these floral cat ears really aren't that offensive. Who doesn't like flowers? Or animals? What harm did headbands ever do to anyone? It all seems innocent enough. Prim, sweet, feminine, whatever. But (for us anyway) there's something truly sinister that lies within this headband's ingredients. This is the ill-advised headgear lovechild of 2012's two landmark fashion phenomenons: flower crowns and cat ears. And THAT, the reckless combination of these two things into a separate genre of accessory, makes this floral ears headband the evil Frankenstein's monster of played out mega-trends. Also, our collective worst nightmare.
The unicorn onesie Miley Cyrus wore in her twerk video has landed at Topshop.
Photo: Courtesy of @MileyCyrus' Twitter/Topshop
IDK if you've noticed, but onesies are majorly trending. From Rihanna to Justin Bieber, Cara Delevingne to Ke$ha, a handful of our favorite celebs have been repping the total-body togs with reckless abandon for quite a while now. One of the most emphatic of these celeb onesie-wearers, though, is Miley Cyrus who catapulted this unicorn onesie to its own level of autonomous stardom when she wore it for a twerk video set to J Dash and Flo Rida's "WOP." That was all way back in March, but the hooded animal jumpsuit is relevant again thanks to Topshop!
Selena Gomez on the cover of "InStyle" magazine.
Photo: Courtesy of InStyle
AHHH, IT'S HERE! Selena Gomez's InStyle magazine cover has finally arrived! Hot on the heels of Selly's own "Come & Get It" music video release just last night, InStyle has revealed that Miss Gomez is their June 2013 cover girl. Beaming in a black, navy, and cobalt strapless jumpsuit by Stella McCartney, Selena fronts the summer issue looking warm-weather appropriate but also chic and sophisticated. Jewel tone Fendi bangles provide the color palette for the mag's cover lines, but the candy-colored summer FASHUN does not stop there!
A still from Selena Gomez's "Come & Get It" music video.
Photo: Hollywood Records
There you have it, Selenators! You've had your first look at Selena Gomez's brand new "Come & Get It" music video courtesy of MTV First. The nearly five minute-long clip features Selly sprawled in open pastures, wading face-deep in blue lagoons, and serving excellent face with Bollywood-inspired choreography (no bindis this time, though). While not the staggering seven-outfit "Hit The Lights" fashion parade of her The Scene era, the ensembles in this video are definite looks and 100% warrant a closer look. Let's go!
Demi Lovato dyed her hair blonde again.
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Well, well, well. If it isn't Demi Lovato altering her hair yet again. In a little over one year, we've watch the "Heart Attack" singer take her hairstyle the full 360 degrees. The tonsorial acrobatics we've seen from this girl are just...exemplary to say the least. From dying it blonde back in February of last year to getting pink tips to dying those tips blue. *takes deeeeep breath* THEN to bringing back the bangs from her youth to taking her look to a dark brunette, cropping her mane at shoulder-length, and NOW going back to blonde.
Kim Kardashian and Paloma Faith sport glove sleeves at the 2013 Met Gala.
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A funny thing happened on the 2013 Met Gala red carpet. No, not the thing where Beyonce paid homage to Katniss Everdeen. It was the thing where Kim Kardashian and Paloma Faith both implemented a styling choice we have no better term for at 1 AM than "glove sleeves." The rare fashion phenomenon of gloves sleeves, as you've probably already deduced, happens when a garment's sleeve does not end with a hem or a cuff and instead, extends and splinters into fingers. It's definitely a look and one that caught us by surprise tonight, especially because not one but TWO ladies sported the look down the "Punk: Chaos to Couture" step-and-repeat. And what's more punk than unabashedly wearing something almost no one understands?