Are you the sort of person who scrolls down to see what shoes celebrities are wearing when you see an outfit that interests you? Then this is the list for you. Even if you aren’t a shoe fanatic, this is still a fun exercise, to be honest. We’ve compiled together our list of the top 25 most drool-worthy heels, platforms and boots spotted on celebrities in 2012. And to make it even more interesting, when you visit the gallery below, we’ve put pictures of the shoes first, with the celebrity reveal right after, so you can have a go at guessing who the gorgeous heel, platform, pump, bootie or boot belongs to! The caption on each celebrity reveal will also tell you what brand the shoe is and where and when it was worn. All our favourite celebrities are in there: Beyonce, Kristen Stewart, Emma Stone and a whole host more.
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A couple of spoilers, though. We won’t tell you the color of the shoes so you can still have a guess when you look through the pictures. We adore Mila Kunis‘ Christian Louboutin ‘Pigalle’ and Miley Cyrus‘ Jimmy Choo ‘Tippi” pumps, respectively. Bella Thorne‘s Miu Miu platform booties are to die for, as are Rooney Mara‘s YSL ‘Tribtoo’ slingbacks. Have a blast figuring out which is which. We wish you a happy and well-heeled rest of 2012!
So, Cameron Diaz is on the December cover of Elle U.K making that Chanel couture dress look like something she just threw on in the morning. But here’s the thing. Emma Stone already wore the same dress to the L.A premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man back in June and worked it out with the whole ensemble. Burn for Cameron? Yes, we’d kind of say so, even though Cameron does look pretty damn good. Emma just looks far more polished. And more awake. Any one else thinks Cameron looks drowsy or should they have upped the eye makeup? She makes up for being second in the style stakes (which isn’t her fault, it’s the stylist’s) by talking about one of our favorite male faces — Michael Fassbender — who she stars with in the upcoming film, The Counselor by saying, “He does have a lot of confidence.” Why would anyone who looked like that and had that sort of talent not be confident? The interview took place at the famous Punchbowl Tavern in Mayfair, London, so expect lots of booze talk. They even sprung a “pub quiz” on her and we can’t wait to hear her answers — and the questions!
The LACMA 2012 Art + Film Gala Honoring Ed Ruscha and Stanley Kubrick presented by Gucci turned out to be a pretty well-attended, fashion-savvy event this weekend. Teeming with A-listers, since Gucci was headlined, most of the ladies wore the brand. We do have Robert Pattinson in our gallery as well, because he’s Robert Pattinson, and he looked devastating in his sharp Gucci suit. Also wearing Gucci was Amy Adams, who glided in a yellow Spring 2013 strapless column with a train and Amber Valletta who was dramatic in a deep green, ruffled, halter-necked gown. Florence Welch (who also performed at the event) looked stunning wearing deep purple Gucci with a gold Grecian headband that worked like a dream with her red hair and pale skin. Bella Heathcote wore a white frock with paillettes and an embellished neckline, which was similar to Amber Heard‘s only the latter’s was in black and gold. There was even more Gucci thanks to Minka Kelly‘s stark black number, Evan Rachel Wood‘s sexy gold dress and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley‘s leggy, backless emerald gown. Ginnifer Goodwin wore a risque dress from the Fall 2012 collection that featured a bold feathered green skirt and black, sheer panelled blouson. Cameron Diaz‘s body was to die for in a bright yellow mini-dress, while her gal pal Jennifer Aniston brought the va-va-voom in a plunging gown by Tom Ford. Breaking out of the brand was another Jennifer, Jennifer Morrison, who chose a slashed black Reem Acra jumpsuit. Some of the looks worked — Evan, Amy, Amber and then some — and some, we’re not quite sure of, like Cameron and Jennifer M’s. But at least this was a red carpet that had interesting, envelope pushing looks. Check out our gallery to see all the rest.
We’ve always loved Cameron Diaz (Has anyone seen the flawlessness that is Charlie’s Angels lately? It’s better than 3 of the four Spider-Man movies, we’d say!) and, uh, at least tolerated Gwyneth Paltrow (she has nice hair!), but our ears almost sealed shut when we started listening to the freestyle rap they busted out on Chelsea Lately last night: “You Chelsea! We heard that you got a brand-new studio/But we know you got on TV by being a ho.” Oh god, we’re dying. We’re passing on into the next life. We thought we had shuffled off this earthly coil when we heard Gwyneth rap on the Graham Norton Show, but we had no idea. We started to drift toward a bright light….
Then Gwyneth and Cameron brought up Handler’s relationship with 50 Cent, upon which we rocketed back to earth on a spaceship made of schadenfreude. “By the way, 50 Cent told us you like it rough,” they conclude, Cameron adding a few spastic thrusts for emphasis. Oh jeez, they went there! For all we know Gwyneth actually knows Fiddy and he did tell her all the gory details Chelsea’s sexual preferences! Everyone knows the second someone makes over $30 million, they are automatically scheduled a coffee date with GPal! Well-played, ladies. Not well-sung or anything, but still. Well-played.
Dude. Seriously. That’s Cameron Diaz‘s November cover for Esquire U.K. Click on the Esquirelink at your own risk, because the first look, well, looks in plural, of her in the magazine are likely to induce a heart attack. To say that they’re NSFW is an understatement because you will be greeted by Cameron in a black leather corset with garters and a leather suspender belt. And leather boots. There’s a lot of leather, and she’s freaking rocking it. The shots that follow are of a red-lipped Cameron with mussed hair, opening up her denim shirt to give the world in general a peek at her black-and-pink satin lingerie set, garter belt included again. Or her squatting down in teeny-tiny booty shorts. Or with her black bikini top peeking out of an artfully ripped white tank over black hotpants. You get the picture. There’s a hell of a lot of skin, but with the body that Cameron has, why would anyone want to wear clothing anyway? And here’s the quote that makes us want to run on treadmill (not really, but we might) till we get those thighs. Cameron tells the magazine, “For the first time in my life I’m content. I’m so excited. Getting older is the best part of life. Like, I know more than I’ve ever known. I have gratitude. I know myself better. I feel more capable than ever. And as far as the physicality of it — I feel better at 40 than I did at 25.” Yes, she’s 40. Forget the treadmill, we’re just going to curl up in bed and shrivel up instead.
For some, the road to the top ain’t easy. Cameron Diaz had to survive doing The Mask alongside Jim Carrey before reaching superstardom. OK, putting that stuff in her hair for There’s Something About Mary probably wasn’t a walk in the park either, but from there Diaz has skyrocketed into the A-list stratosphere! She’s done turns in comedy classics like My Best Friend’s Wedding , and has not one but two mega-franchises under her belt: Charlie’s Angles and Shrek. Just this year she cracked us up in What To Expect What You’re Expecting, and we expected absolutely nothing less. The only thing as impressive as her acting career is how amazing she looks. Would you be able to tell that the statuesque leading lady is turning 40 today? We’re just as shocked as you are! Head on down to the gallery below to see our favorite Cam styles through the years.
We all get by with a little help from our friends, but celebs even more so. After all, Hollywood is a tough biz, and the only way to survive the ups and downs of Tinseltown is by surrounding yourself with a few true pals who will stick by your side in good times as well as during the bumps and slumps. We’ve long loved the enduring bond Oprah Winfrey and her BFF Gayle King share, and got teary-eyed this awards season watching Busy Phillips escort her nominated pal Michelle Williams to every event in town. And who can resist dudes like Tom Sturridge andRobert Pattinson and Jay-Z and Kanye West, who are always on hand to support each other’s personal and professional triumphs?
And then there are gals like Snooki and J-Woww, who have stuck by each other from day one in the Jersey Shore house. Through booze, bitch slaps, anonymous note-leaving, Vinny sex and drunken fights on the streets of Italy, they’ve never left each other’s side. The girls have a new reality show premiering tonight on MTV chronicling — what else? — the ups and downs of their friendship. In honor of their unbreakable bond, we’ve got 35 of the Most Adorable Celebrity Besties in the gallery below. Have a fave pair? Shout ‘em out in the comments.
Kristen Stewart is more than just a beautiful, frowny face. She’s a beautiful, frowny face who could sleep on a pile of $1,000 bills if she wanted to. And why wouldn’t she want to? The woman is human after all. Earlier today. Forbes ranked KStew number one on their newly released list of the highest paid actresses; adding up the estimated $12.5 million she pulled in for each Breaking Dawn flick and her leading role in Snow White and the Huntsman, Kristen raked in a cool $34.5 over the past 12 months. There are some very familiar faces on the list (which we’re going to make you ponder before you click the jump, because we like to keep you guessing), but our question is: guys…why the fudge isn’t Scarlett Johansson in the top ten?
Let’s think about this, shall we? Johansson was a lead character in last month’s The Avengers, which has so far earned $1,421,000,000 worldwide, not to mention her turn in the admittedly forgettable We Bought A Zoo last December. If Forbes is counting the money KStew made off this month’s Snow White, clearly they should have counted ScarJo’s Avengers paycheck. If ScarJo earned less than $11 million (the amount pulled in by the lady in the #10 spot) in the last year, we will quit our jobs and become her agent ourselves. We will, so help us Blog!
And now you may see the other women! We doubt you’ll be surprised by most of them. Well, maybe one funny lady…
The last time we sawCameron Diaz at a What To Expect When You’re Expecting shindig, was in L.A., and she was rocking a tiny semi-sheer Valentino mini dress. Perfection. Then she flew across the pond, and inadvertently, took on one of the U.K’s own superstars in the style stakes. We’re talking about Cheryl Cole, who attended the London premiere of the film last night and wore white, just like Cameron did. While both of them wore the same color, and look like best pals in all of the photographs we see of them together, they did wear completely different silhouettes.
Cameron wore a white, strapless Stella McCartney jumpsuit, heels and bag along with Kimberly McDonald jewelry. The actress is a tall, gorgeous drink of water and the upper half of her body rocked it, even though her hair is a tad messy. But the lower half could really have done with some alterations because the pants are ill-fitting and needed to be hemmed. Cheryl, on the other hand, wore a Victoria Beckham gown and suffered from the same problem. Her torso looks great, but the skirt of the gown, which is eggshell as opposed to the stark white of the halter, looks like it’s been pinned on. Both the ladies — or their stylists — made some really rookie mistakes. But since this a fashion face-off, we have to know who you think looked better, because we’re torn!
Good to know that one single red carpet can take care of a long-standing premiere dilemma. What length do you wear when attending a film’s red carpet? Do you go full floor-length gown, mid-length or short, cocktail? We suppose it depends on who the star is and the reception of the film, of course, but let’s just make it easier and say that there should be some rules of thumb. And for this, we should thank the ladies of What to Expect When You’re Expecting who made these sartorial go-to’s very clear at the premiere of the film, that went down last night in L.A.
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• Don’t: Do not go full-length if you’re planning to wear a somewhat sexed-up version of a maternity gown like Jennifer Lopez. Granted it may be a Maria Lucia Hohan number, and slashed down the front, but it is not a win. That belt will make you look boxy. The sleeves will add volume. You will look awkward.
• Don’t: Do not go full-length if you’re planning to mix prints that clash horribly, like Brooklyn Decker. Considering how tall that girl is, there was a lot of fabric to screw up. Did Brooklyn really have to pick the one bad Giambattista Valli gown ever made? It looks like a flea market maxi that no one wants to buy.
• Do: Do go mid-length if you’re planning to work a silhouette and pattern like Elizabeth Banks. You can tell it’s Alexander McQueen a mile away. Perfect color — delicious burgundy — perfect fit, perfect cutwork pattern. If you can somewhat match this effort …. always wear mid-length.
• Do: Do go short, if you’re planning to go short, sparkly and sweet in Elie Saab, like Anna Kendrick has done here.
• Do: Do go sexy and semi-sheer in Valentino if you’ve got the body and the legs of Cameron Diaz.