Jourdan Dunn, Cara Delevigne, Eliza Cummings, and A$AP Rocky for DKNY.
Photo: DKNY's YouTube Page
With all of the brands that A$AP Rocky name drops in “Fashion Killa”—all 27, to be exact—it’s pretty crazy that it took this long for one of them to tap the song as a promotional soundtrack. Fittingly, DKNY, who already released a print campaign featuring A$AP, is the first. In the video for DKNY’s Spring/Summer 2014 campaign, perrrfectly timed for the Super Bowl this Sunday, master funny face-maker Cara Delevigne tosses a football around Times Square with fellow models Jourdan Dunn and Eliza Cummings while they’re all wearing sporty logo-emblazoned gear by the brand. Rocky is tossed the ball only once. Ladies, look to Rocky: He's open, he's open! Football has never looked so fun. Seriously though, when’s the last time you saw someone crack a smile while throwing around a football? When’s the last time you saw someone spike a football while standing on a taxi? #CaraDelevingnesTouchdownFace
Madonna and Miley Cyrus perform for 'Miley Cyrus: MTV Unplugged.'
Photo: Getty Images/Christopher Polk
Y'all ain't ready for this. I'm reporting live from L.A. for Miley Cyrus: MTV Unplugged—which you should already know premieres at 9 p.m. EST/PST on MTV this Wednesday night (January 29)—and I can confirm that this thing is going to be WILD (as if you had any doubts). Miley's throwing back to her Nashville roots for the stripped-down performance, but she's remixing it with her own very special brand of TURNT. There's a giant wagon wheel laced with LED lights, bales of hay are strewn about the audience, Miles is dripping in head-to-toe sequined denim, and MADONNA IS HERE IN FULL RHINESTONE COWBOY REGALIA.
Kira wearing leggings from Wet Seal on 'Teen Wolf.'
Photo: MTV/Wet Seal
Well, last night's Teen Wolf was dark (literally and figuratively). Between Ethan, Lydia, and Isaac getting attacked and the unclear future of Allison's dad, we almost didn't notice what our fave characters were wearing. JK! No amount of action can stop our constant lookout for ~fashion~. One thing that (besides all the neon bodypaint) immediately caught our attention though, was Kira's hero leggings. The printed leggings were versatile enough for Kira to wear to school, to the police precinct, and to a rave, so we are confident we could find a place for them in our wardrobe.
Harry Styles and Beyonce with wet hair.
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Wet hair, normally reserved for after the shower, at the beach, or in a pool, seems to be making its way into live performances and music videos. Beyonce sported a wet 'do onstage at the Grammys, while Harry Styles appears to have dripping wet hair in new promo images for One Direction's upcoming music video, "Midnight Memories." What gives? Some of us can't leave the house with wet hair, guys. Some of us need to load our hair up with product and wrap it around a curling iron approximately one billion times before it even comes close to being presentable. Some of us live in New York where it's going to be very cold forever (not #confirmed). Since some of us cannot take part in this new wet hair trend, let's discuss whether Harry or Beyonce wore the style better.
Fifth Harmony at MTV's Artist To Watch Concert.
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Ever since we got a behind-the-scenes look at Fifth Harmony shopping for VMA looks, we've been keeping close tabs on what the five stylish ladies wear, both onstage and off. We were thrilled when MTV included Fifth Harmony in their group of Artist to Watch for 2014 because (a) these ladies should definitely be watched, and (b) their style is totally enviable. Normani, Lauren, Camila, Ally, and Dinah Jane have all retained their personal aesthetic since they were grouped on the X Factor, yet they've learned how to coordinate their preferences with their fellow 5H members. Their outfits at the Artist to Watch Kickoff Concert are a perfect example of their collective style, and we need to take a closer look.
A still from Zendaya's 'My Baby' video.
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In her new music video for the infectious "My Baby," Zendaya takes a break from her epic dance moves to show off her more relaxed, casually-bouncing-to-the-beat side. But just because the choreography is absent doesn't mean her fashion swagger ever strays too far. In fact, her outfits and accessories are giving us MAJOR flashbacks to the '90s hip-hop scene. We're talking sportswear, crazy-colored lipsticks, and chokers. Oh, how we've missed them!
Katy Perry at the Grammys Salute to The Beatles.
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We never thought these words would be uttered, but Katy Perry kiiind of came off looking like Ariana Grande’s glamorous aunt last night. In a whole lot of floral fabric from the same collection as Grande’s Dolce & Gabbana Grammys dress, Perry stepped out in a rather old-fashioned gown at the Grammys Salute to the Beatles. The lady does love a theme, so it's no wonder she went '60s-housewife chic for the evening. We're picking up serious Betty Draper vibes.
Katy Perry’s bangs have returned, shorter and choppier than previous iterations. Could they be a subtle homage to the iconic Beatles mop top? We wouldn't put it past her (see: love of themes). Either way, they are really working for her, adding some edge to this look. Katy also went for a big bun again. She must've loved her Grammys updo so much that she asked her hairdresser to do it again, but with more bangs and less braid.
Kristen Stewart attends the Sundance premiere of her new movie, 'Camp X-Ray.'
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Kristen Stewart just returned from Sundance, where she basically wore no makeup, dressed in bulky jackets, and still managed to look awesome. We are totally jealous of her effortless, natural beauty (and those side braids). And we don't mean effortless in the, like, "It took me two hours to get this bed head." She actually puts almost zero effort into her daily routine, according to a new interview with Into the Gloss.
Yet, despite her tough-girl glare, laid-back style, and IDGAF attitude, there's a beauty queen hiding inside the 23-year-old actress. Not the kind of beauty queen that twirls batons and wears a bathing suit with heels, but the kind of beauty queen that loves putting on fancy dresses to transform her everyday self. This is who Stewart channels when she's on the red carpet, or posing for Balenciaga, or hanging out with Uncle Karl. But she also wants to shave her head some day, so, there's that. Check out what else we learned from K. Stew's interview with Into the Gloss:
1. There's a reason she saves high fashion for the red carpet: "I really like extremes. I wear jeans and T-shirts and am a total tomboy, but at the same time, when I pull out all the stops [for an event], I want to f****** go for it, polarized in the other direction from my reality. Everything Balenciaga makes is beautiful; watching their runway shows is like watching a movie. But wearing it is not the easiest thing. It’s tough to integrate that type of thing into your life. But when you can do it—wear something unexpected, with your personal style—it’s incredibly badass."
It's no secret that we are HUGE fans of Teen Wolf star Holland Roden's style. After seeing what she wore to sit front row during New York Fashion Week and how she totally nailed hosting MTV.com's Red Carpet Report for the 2013 Movie Awards, we know she knows her #FASHION. We were lucky enough to chat with Holland after the Grammys Red Carpet (and before she hit up the after-party in a gorgeous caped dress) about her fave looks from Chrissy Teigen, Taylor Swift, and more.
Chrissy Teigen at the 2014 Grammy Awards.
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Overall, Holland picked Chrissy Teigen as Best Dressed. She admired how put-together she looked and how well her golden gown looked both IRL and on camera. She also lauded Chrissy for wearing designer Johanna Johnson, who is not necessarily a household name yet. Holland also drew a comparison between Chrissy's dress and the evening's big award, saying, "Chrissy looked like a Grammy statue." A glamorous, sequined Grammy statue.