Claire Danes has had a pretty extensive career in Hollywood, but it's hard to remember how long she's actually been in the game, mostly because she still looks amazing. But a quick flip through her red carpet past shows that there isn't really a style she hasn't tried or subsequently nailed. Claire even managed to look cool through the purple-shadow-pale-lip phase known as the '90s — a feat that not many people have accomplished. And since the third season of Homeland came to a screeching halt this weekend, we can't think of a better time to take a trip down memory lane. Ahead, find Claire's more darling (and daring) red carpet moments.
We heard all the Golden Globe nominations this morning, and we couldn't be more excited for award season. As expected, American Hustle and 12 Years a Slave are leading the pack with movie nominations, but there were some real twists and turns in the world of TV. See if your favorite movies and TV shows got nominated in our Golden Globe nomination roundup.
It was an outstanding year for dresses on the red carpet! Celebrities like Rihanna, Claire Danes, and Jennifer Lawrence really took their style up a notch in 2013. We've rounded up our 10 favorite dress moments from this year: take a look, and vote on your favorite dress of the year in our 2013 best dressed bracket.
On Allison: H&M top, Mango vest
What exactly does a modern-day, self-described feminist look like? An award-winning, media-dominating actress who's unafraid to speak up. In other words, Claire Danes, who told Glamour, "I am a feminist. And I'm so glad that Lena Dunham exists, because she is one too, and she's quite vocal about it." Beyoncé also dropped the f-word in a recent interview, explaining that while she's not a big fan of labels, she does consider herself a modern feminist. And other famous women have been even more unabashed about declaring themselves feminists, like Miley Cyrus, who says she considers herself to be one of the biggest feminists in the world.
Not all of these stars' celebrity peers are so eager to call themselves feminists, though. Lady Gaga infamously said awhile back, "I'm not a feminist. I hail men; I love men," as if loving men and advocating political, social, and economic equality for women were mutually exclusive. But famous feminists do have some company. Read through for quotes from famous women who are proud feminists.
Claire Danes may play a troubled CIA agent on Homeland, a role that's won her multiple awards, including two Golden Globes, but she seems anything but in her interview with Glamour. Claire sat down with Logan Hill for the magazine, which hits newsstands on Dec. 10, to chat about her guilty pleasures — strawberries, really?! — and open up about her sweet relationship with husband Hugh Dancy. She even addressed her much-memed "cry-face" — read on for more from Claire Danes in Glamour's January 2014 issue:
It was a busy week for celebrity stylists! Three stars stepped out with new hair, whether it be a new cut or color. Dakota Johnson dyed her hair brunette for her role in Fifty Shades of Grey, while Claire Danes brought back her inner Angela Chase with her new red locks. And Jessica Paré tried out some new fringe on her dark hair for a fun, '60s vibe. All three took their spin in the stylist chair this week, but whose style change do you like best?
Last night, after an appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman, Claire Danes stepped out with newly dyed hair. She ditched her longtime blond locks for a strawberry-blond hue, which was only enhanced by her bright red ensemble. The colder months are the perfect time to try out a darker hair color, and Claire made sure to darken her eyebrows to go with her new look, too. She complemented her new red hair color with a sexy smoky eye. We're loving this color swap on the Homeland star, but we want to know what you think!
If we're sure of anything, it's that Claire Danes knows the power of bold color. Not only did the star arrive to The Late Show with David Letterman yesterday sporting new red locks, but she also debuted a head-to-toe red ensemble. We're talking a red lace dress under a red bouclé coat with coordinating red shoes. We love how each piece brought a different texture to the outfit, but would you wear a monochromatic look this attention-grabbing? Let us know below!
New redhead Claire Danes looked like she could be Damian Lewis's sister when she joined up with the actor for a special screening of Homeland in NYC on Thursday. Claire and her strawberry-blond locks weren't the only big hair changes for the Homeland cast as Damian also put his new mustache on display. The actor revealed on Twitter earlier this week that he is partaking in the annual Movember fundraising event where men grow 'staches to raise awareness and money for prostate cancer research.
MOVEMBER!! Find your inner spiv and grow a mo this month to raise awareness for Prostate Cancer. pic.twitter.com/XVrxiBDM5d
— Damian Lewis (@lewis_damian) November 10, 2013
Hopefully Claire and Damian's new 'dos will win over the fashion crowd as Anna Wintour dropped by the event to chat with Claire, who was featured on the cover of Vogue earlier this year. Be sure to share your own opinion on the actress's new look and vote in our Claire Danes hair poll.