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.
The 2014 Grammy Awards were all about amazing performances, stunning fashions, and creating wonderful memories that will last us forever. JK, the night was like 99% about Pharrell's hat! And Madonna's hat! And Pharrell's OTHER hat! From the second the stars started to fill out the red carpet, we couldn't help notice that hip headgear was simply everywhere. Take a look at ALL of tonight's millinery masterpieces:
Pharrell at the 56th Grammy Awards at Staples Center on January 26, 2014 in Los Angeles.
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We're going to go ahead and deem Pharrell's hats the real stars of the Grammys. I mean, hellooo. Just LOOK at his red carpet hat, the first one of two he sported this evening. Twitter appropriately exploded as people started drawing comparisons ranging from Smokey Bear to Canadian Mountie to Arby's logo. He changed for his "Get Lucky" performance, opting for a more conservative, albeit equally large and awesome, fedora. But, c'mon, Pharrell rocks no matter WHAT sits atop his beautiful head.
The Grammys red carpet was, of course, filled with fashion, but we, as usual, were keeping our eyes out for nail art. Luckily, we were #blessed with a number of swagged-up nails, from Rita Ora, Paris Hilton, Kelly Osbourne, Bonnie McKee, and Madonna. Check 'em out below!
Rita Ora at the 2014 Grammy Awards.
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One of our faves, Rita Ora, went BIG on nail art, with totally different designs on each nail. We're not entirely sure of the connection between a Batman symbol, a smiley face, a Comme des Garçons heart, and a mustache, buuuut they're all colorful and we're always down for some variety.
Madonna at the 2014 Grammy Awards.
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When Madonna hit the red carpet, she told E!'s Giuliana Rancic that her son David Ciccone Ritchie, who was by her side, picked out her outfit. The pair struck an adorable duo pose in matching suits and hats, with David accessorizing with patent spats and the increasingly popular lapel brooch for men. His mom, of course, went full glitter: She's been essentially nowhere without her grill as of late, whether photo shoots or Instagram—we wouldn't be surprised if she wore it under her mask skiing or during yoga.
Jean Paul Gaultier's music video, "How To Do That" in 1989.
Real talk: I have seen this Jean Paul Gaultier exhibition three times. I saw it in San Francisco last summer. I saw it again last Thursday—briefly—before I heard the marvelous Parisian designer speak in a discussion led by the exhibition's curator, Thierry-Maxime Loriot, from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. And then I enjoyed a guided tour by Thierry-Maxime himself on Friday morning moments before the installation was officially opened to the public. If you find yourself in Brooklyn or, truly, anywhere even remotely within driving/flying/subway-ing distance of the Brooklyn Museum, you should check this out. It's f***ing mind-blowing. God's honest. It's here 'til February 23 so you have time but DO NOT FORGET.
"Embellishments" dress from the Spring/Summer 2009 "Calligraphy" Collection/Beyoncé performing in 2009.
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Madonna on 'Harper's BAZAAR.'
Photo: Terry Richardson for 'Harper's BAZAAR'
WOW. This has got to be the first time in the history of Harper’s that a grill has been worn on the cover, amirite? Man, Madonna STAYS breaking ground. *bows down* But wait. Does this mean that mouth jewels have officially received a nod of approval from the prestigious fashion mag? Well, I guess it is the “Daring Issue." And this is MADONNA. The only way this metal-mouth #FASHUN statement could be made any more daring by the 55-year-old Queen of Pop is if it included a death-defying motorcycle jump across the Grand Canyon.
Let them eat birthday cake! (Luxury pink five-layer cake lined with sparklers and designed by famed French bakery, Ladurèe, to be exact.) Madonna turned 55 this weekend (on August 16th) and sexed-up a chateau in the South of France with a decadent French Revolution-themed bash. Wearing a seriously stacked blonde wig, an ornate purple corset and heart-shaped eye patch, Her Madgesty channeled Marie Antoinette, sans hoop skirt (well, sans bottoms completely), while her 25-year-old boyfriend-in-waiting, Brahim Zaibat, looked all bougie and baroque by her side in a heightened grey wig of his own. Also present at the fancy fête? Madonna's not-so-little lady, Lourdes Leon, 16, who let loose in an Antoinette-ish corset gown and black ribbon choker.
"Perhaps we had too much Cale! But at my Birthday Party all I could see was LOVE," Madonna captioned a fierce party pic on her Instagram before adding, "Perhaps I had too much Champagne! I meant to write CAKE!"
Madonna performing on May 18, 1985.
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Happy birthday, Madonna! Our favorite Material Girl turns 55 today, and if you know Madge like we do, she's always incorporated one signature staple throughout her 30+ year career—a statement bra! Dudes, think about it—most of Madonna's iconic ensembles involve a killer bustier, a pointy cone bra (made famous by Jean Paul Gaultier, of course! Who can forget that House of Style episode where he talks about his die-hard dedication to corsets? #dead) or barely-there undergarments. She always wore (wears!) the most bold and badass shapewear, and for that, we need to celebrate. We rounded up some of her most memorable lingerie looks (beginning with her Virgin Tour in 1985 through her MDNA tour last year) to show that, yes, highlighting your, erm, assets never goes out of style. OK, let's get this bra-thday party started!
Rita Ora for Material Girl.
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Here it is, Ritabots! The moment you (OK, we) have all been waiting for: Material Girl has just released Rita Ora's first campaign for the Madonna and daughter Lourdes Leon-backed collection. The ads were shot on location on Rita's home turf, jolly old London, with the platinum-haired pop star modeling the label's Fall 2013 collection in front of Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, the London Eye, and even on top of a double decker bus!