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Alexa Chung on Jan. 24, 2011, Michelle Williams on Jan. 16, 2011, and Bonnie Wright on Dec. 3, 2010.
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Spring has sprung (a little early, but who cares!), courtesy of Alexa Chung, Michelle Williams and Bonnie Wright, who all recently stepped out in '70s-inspired Flower Child frocks. Alexa Chung arrived at the Paris Etam Spring/Summer 2011 fashion show on Jan. 24 in a vintage-y mid-length polka dot dress with a large orange and white flower print, which she teamed with a skinny belt and chunky YSL platforms. Even though Blue Valentine star Michelle Williams got some flack for the daisy-covered Valentino gown she wore to the 2011 Golden Globes on Jan. 16, we totally get where she was trying to go—Age of Aquarius, baby! Meanwhile, Harry Potter star Bonnie Wright wore a Miu Miu star and floral print dress to a Miu Miu store launch dinner in London on Dec. 3. The turquoise Prada sandals she added gave the ensemble a luxe boho look. If flowers are your thing, there's no better time than now (in the dead of winter) to wear them—every time you look in a mirror you'll be reminded of what you have to look forward to.

+ Who is pushing petals best—Alexa Chung, Michelle Williams, or Bonnie Wright?

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Angelina Jolie at the Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 16.
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• Awards season has officially begun! Check out the stunning looks from the Golden Globes Awards and the Critics' Choice Movie Awards. (Plus, tons of hot dudes too!)

• Double the Jersey, double the fun! This week we were hit with TWO Jersey Shore episodes filled with more trucker hats and Snooki poufs than we could even imagine. Speaking of Snooks, check out the New York Times best seller's book tour style!

Lady Gaga released the first song off her Born This Way album at Thierry Mugler's fall 2011 menswear show in Paris. There's also a fashion film mixed in there. You're welcome.

• Zooey Deschanel spilled the beans on every outfit she wore in her brand-new She & Him music video "Don't Look Back." Check out all the looks here!

• What were those hot hustlers up to this week? Ryan Phillippe made a revealing return to the red carpet, Korean cutie Rain dressed to the nines at a Cartier event, Ashton Kutcher showed off his day and night looks, while Seth Meyers, Jason Sudeikis, and Andy Samberg stepped out in multilayered looks.

• The fashion face-offs continue! Who wore it best: Natalie Portman or Kim Kardashian?

Kristen Stewart goes blonde for Vogue, and we honestly can't decide if she looks best with brown, blonde, or red locks. Eh, we'll go with all three.

• Want to look like a celeb? Get bright pink lips like Kaley Cuoco's and a cutout shoulder dress like that of Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola. Plus, master the no-makeup makeup look from celeb makeup artist Napoleon Perdis.

• We can't get enough of those winter trends! This week we loved purple dresses, zebra stripes, showstopping heels and flatforms. Yes, you heard us. Flatforms.

We're off for another exciting and fashion-filled weekend! See you Monday!

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Olivia Wilde in Christian Louboutin on Jan. 16, Keri Hilson in Alana Hale and Diane Kruger in Jimmy Choo on Jan. 14.
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Awards season is in full swing, and while gowns will always be the centerpiece, fabulous footwear is having a serious red carpet moment. We were awestruck by Olivia Wilde's princess dress at the Golden Globes, but it was her gold spiked and studded Christian Louboutin booties hiding underneath that gave the biggest style surprise. And though Keri Hilson's LBD at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards was all kinds of adorable, her custom-made gold and pearl-encrusted peep-toes by Alana Hale knocked us off our feet. Likewise, we only had eyes for Diane Kruger's incredible Jimmy Choo studded pink, red, black and croc-print platforms, even next to her sparkly sheath. All of these shoes were OTT (over the top) stylish, but which pair will you remember months from now?

+ Want to see more hot celebrity shoes? See Megan Fox in Brian Atwood, Leighton Meester in Jimmy Choo, Mila Kunis in Giuseppe Zanotti, and MANY MORE in our Hot Celebrity Shoes gallery, which is updated weekly.


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Anne Hathaway on Jan. 16.
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Anne Hathaway has been plucked as the next actress to don the infamous catsuit as Catwoman in the new Batman film. Past butt-kicking she-cats have included Halle Berry and Michelle Pfeiffer. {Stylelist}

• Did you catch Angelina Jolie swiping on lipstick during the Golden Globes Awards show? We did! {Coco Perez}

• Remember the Jeremy Scott designed teddy bear sneakers that Lil Wayne wore for BET's 106 & Park New Year's Eve show? Could these panda bear kicks be next for the rapper? {Highsnobiety}

• First Lady Michelle Obama wore a glam red Alexander McQueen gown to the State Dinner last night. Guests Anna Wintour and Vera Wang were probably beaming. {The Cut}

• Get a sneak peek at the über-talented designers/cast members of Joe Zee's new reality show, All On the Line. Project Runway might want to watch their backs. {Styleite}

• It may be a hard knock life for Willow Smith. The 10-year-old "Whip My Hair" singer is rumored to star in an Annie remake being developed by her dad, Will Smith. {Just Jared}

• German designer Patrick Mohr pushes the limits again by gluing models mouths shut for his Berlin Fashion Week show on Wednesday. Scary. {The Huffington Post}

• After much debate, it's been reported that Kate Middleton has chosen British designer Bruce Oldfield to create her wedding gown. Now everyone's trying to figure out what he'll make. {Time}

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Kate Middleton on Dec. 18.
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• While editor-in-chiefs at Harper's Bazaar and Vogue duke it out over who gets to feature Kate Middleton on their cover, critics say the future princess will probably go with a British publication first. Makes sense. {Coco Perez}

New Balance teamed up with PHANTACi to create Green Hornet themed sneakers. We've heard mixed reviews about the movie, but these are 100 percent cool. {Highsnobiety}

Taylor Swift's tendrils don't come from a blowdryer and curling iron. She apparently air dries her naturally curly 'do. Really? Really? {Coco Perez}

• Rugby players walked the runway for Moschino's fall 2011 menswear show. Nice. {The Cut}

• Wear January Jones' scandalous Golden Globes red carpet look to the office? It can be done. {SheFinds}

• It takes him 25 minutes to blowout his hair...and 24 other things you didn't know about Jersey Shore's Pauly D. {Us magazine}

• The Kardashian sisters just launched their own Silly Bandz in the shapes of sunglasses, rings, purses, and perfume bottles. These would have been supercute six months ago. {Styleite}

• Guys don't dig day glo lips, shoulder pads, or rainbow eye shadow—in case you were wondering. {Allure}


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Ryan Phillippe at The Weinstein Company Golden Globes after party in Beverly Hills on Jan. 16.
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Ryan Phillippe tried his hardest to keep his arrival at Sunday's Weinstein Company Golden Globes after-party understated by wearing a basic (yet sharp!) navy blue suit, a loosely buttoned white shirt, and black lace-up shoes. No skinny tie, no bow tie, no brooch or neon scarf to make him stand out in a crowd. But we can recognize that curly head of blond hair from anywhere. We love how the actor ditched the tie and paired his tousled locks with a 5 o'clock shadow for a sexy/rugged look. No matter how hard he tries, Ryan is no wallflower. But what do you think?

+ Do you like Ryan Phillippe's low-key look?

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While their dress choices were all over the map, a handful of A-listers turned to the same designer for their red carpet clutch picks over the weekend. True Grit's Hailee Steinfeld, Glee's Heather Morris, and Scream 4's Emma Roberts and Hayden Panettiere all toted Amanda Pearl bags (designed by Seattle native Amanda Brotman) to various Golden Globes events on Sunday evening. Coincidence? Doubt it! These clutches are beyond adorable.

HAILEE STEINFELD: Hailee Steinfeld carried an Amanda Pearl Azzuro aqua clutch with gold circle details that added a pop of color to the cream Prabul Gurung gown she wore at the Golden Globe Awards.

Hailee Steinfeld on the Golden Globe Awards red carpet on Jan. 16, 2011.
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EMMA ROBERTS: The short chiffon frock and the sparkly Amanda Pearl tube clutch that Emma Roberts teamed together for the InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globe Awards post-party were a match made in fashion heaven.

Emma Roberts at the InStyle And Warner Bros. Golden Globe Awards post-party on Jan. 16, 2011.
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HEATHER MORRIS: Heather Morris matched her Amanda Pearl Roll Clutch in Vintage Gold Duchess Satin to her bubbly Lorena Sarbu body-con gown at Fox Searchlight's Golden Globe Awards after-party.

Heather Morris at Fox Searchlight's Golden Globe Awards after-party on Jan. 16, 2011.
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HAYDEN PANETTIERE: Hayden shined in the low-cut sheer navy dress that she wore to HBO's Golden Globes after-party thanks to the glittery Amanda Pearl rectangle clutch she carried.

Hayden Panettiere at HBO's Golden Globes after-party on Jan. 16, 2011.
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From belted beauties to long-sleeve frocks and over-the-top dresses, here are five trends that smacked us in the face at Sunday night's Golden Globes Awards.

LONG SLEEVE GOWNS: It was sunny in California, but that didn’t stop these actresses from rocking arm-covering sheaths on the red carpet. Both Anne Hathaway’s Giorgio Armani dress and Angelina Jolie’s Atelier Versace were studded with Swarovski crystals, while Leighton Meester's Burberry Prorsum printed gown featured ruched shoulders for a Victorian flair.

Anne Hathaway, Angelina Jolie, and Leighton Meester at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills on Jan. 16.
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ONE SHOULDER DRESSES: Christina Hendricks (in Romona Keveza), Mila Kunis (in Vera Wang), and Julia Stiles (in a black ruffled gown), all nailed the one-shoulder look, thanks (in part) to their toned biceps and triceps.

Christina Hendricks, Julia Stiles, and Mila Kunis at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills on Jan. 16.
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BELTED BEAUTIES: Looking glamorous was a cinch for Sofia Vergara (in Vera Wang), and Glee girls Jenna Ushkowitz (in Rebecca Taylor) and Amber Riley (in Oliver Tolentino), who all belted their floor-length frocks.

Sofia Vergara, Jenna Ushkowitz, and Amber Riley at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills on Jan. 16.
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SEQUINED SHEATHS: Carrie Underwood, Scarlett Johansson, and Olivia Wilde wore their star power on their backs in the form of super-sparkly, easy-to-spot dresses. Scarlett wore a bat-wing Elie Saab dress, Olivia wore a Marchesa ball gown, and Carrie wore a strapless Badgley Mischka number.

Scarlett Johansson, Olivia Wilde, and Carrie Underwood at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills on Jan. 16.
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OMG! ENSEMBLES: On one hand, we want to applaud Helena Bonham Carter, Tilda Swinton, Jennifer Lopez, and January Jones for taking fashion risks. But on the other hand, we just don't get it. Helena wore two different color shoes with her Vivienne Westwood dress, Tilda's crisp white shirt and yellow skirt stiffen her demeanor, J. Lo should lose the sheer cloak (her Zuhair Murad dress would've looked just fine without it), and January's red hot Versace dress may have been a bit TOO hot.

Helena Bonham Carter, Tilda Swinton, Jennifer Lopez, and January Jones at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills on Jan. 16.
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Boys, oh boys! Tinseltown’s finest fellas were not messing around at Sunday’s Golden Globes Awards in the fashion department. Robert Pattinson, Mark Wahlberg, and others hit the red carpet in swoon-worthy suits, fabulous footwear, and tailored tuxes. Here’s a closer look at the Globes’ best-dressed guys.

Robert Pattinson, Zac Efron, and Jesse Eisenberg on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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By now, skinny ties are a style staple, evidenced by Robert Pattinson, Zac Efron in Calvin Klein Collection, and Jesse Eisenberg. Guys at home, if you don’t have one, what are you waiting for?!

Johnny Depp, James Franco, and Mark Wahlberg on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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From the five o’clock shadow like James Franco to full-on goatee action like Johnny Depp and Mark Wahlberg, facial hair was the hot new accessory at this year’s Globes.

Peter Facinelli, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Jeremy Renner on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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What makes Peter Facinelli's, Jake Gyllenhaal's, and Jeremy Renner's suits look so sharp? Their picture-perfect poses—slightly angled, arms straight, chin tilted...these guys are pros!

Darren Criss, Kevin McHale, and Chord Overstreet on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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Shades like Darren Criss', nerdy glasses like Kevin McHale's and a great head of hair like Chord Overstreet's are the unique touches that help transform an OK suit-and-tie ensemble into an amazing one.

Andrew Garfield, Mark Salling, and Justin Bieber on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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These red carpet winners went the fitted tux route—Andrew Garfield wore a clean-cut ensemble, Mark Salling rocked a Simon Spurr suit, and Justin Beiber donned a D&G three-piece with patent leather sneakers.

Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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When it all boils down, a suit is a suit is a suit. That is unless you put your personality into it like Christian Bale in his triple-black look, Ryan Gosling in his velvet suit with an oversize bow tie, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in his skinny-all-over suit.


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Honeysuckle may be the cool new hue for 2011, but pink, green, beige, blue, red, and black stole the color show (if only momentarily) at Sunday’s Golden Globes Awards. Which shade was your fave?

PRETTY IN PINK: Claire Danes, who scooped up a Golden Globe, wore a bright pink Calvin Klein halter dress, while Natalie Portman (in Viktor & Rolf), Emma Stone (in Calvin Klein), and Lea Michele (in Oscar de la Renta), chose softer shades of pink.

Claire Danes, Natalie Portman, Emma Stone, and Lea Michele on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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EMERALD CITY: It was a green scene on the red carpet with Elisabeth Moss (appropriate last name!) in a Donna Karan forest-hued strapless dress, and Catherine Zeta-Jones in Monique Lhuillier. Angelina Jolie rocked a sparkly Versace dress, while Mila Kunis picked the perfect shade of green (in a Vera Wang dress) for her skin tone.

Elisabeth Moss, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Angelina Jolie, and Mila Kunis on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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BEIGE BEAUTIES: The beiges worn by Scarlett Johansson, Michelle Williams, Sarah Hyland, and Dianna Agron were FAR from boring. Scarlett wore a sheer/lacy Elie Saab number, while Michelle wore a daisy-covered Valentino dress. Sarah Hyland and Dianna Agron went for strapless silhouettes in Max Azria Atelier and J. Mendel, respectively.

Scarlett Johansson, Michelle Williams, Sarah Hyland, and Dianna Agron on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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SEA OF BLUE: Jenna Ushkowitz (in Rebecca Taylor), Mandy Moore (in a colbat single-shoulder dress), and Amy Adams (in Marchesa) stayed true in gorgeous shades of blue.

Jenna Ushkowitz, Mandy Moore, and Amy Adams on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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LADIES IN RED: Sofia Vergara (in Vera Wang), Christina Hendricks (in Romona Keveza), and January Jones (in Versace) sizzled—not only were their gowns red hot but they were body-con, too.

Sofia Vergara, Christina Hendricks, and January Jones on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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BEAUTIFUL IN BLACK: Jennifer Lawrence (in Louis Vuitton), Jayma Mays (in Alberta Ferretti), Piper Perabo (in Oscar de la Renta), and Julia Stiles (in a single-shoulder ruffled dress) stuck with the classics—it's hard to go wrong with a bold, elegant dark gown.

Jennifer Lawrence, Jayma Mays, Piper Perabo, and Julia Stiles on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet.
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