This week in the world of celebrity social media, we caught up with our favorite snap-happy stars as they ushered in a new month. Between celebrating Easter with family and pranking friends on April Fools' Day, they took time out to share some cute and funny photos for us to enjoy. Kim Kardashian spent time with her grandma, while Chrissy Teigen and her mom got things cooking in the kitchen. Wilmer Valderrama and Ashton Kutcher reunited for a boys' night out, and Emmy Rossum got to meet "Mr. Met" while taking in the team's Opening Day game. Models Miranda Kerr and Candice Swanepoel shared glamorous selfies, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson showed off his new facial hair.
Emmy Rossum is having a pretty stylish run this week. First she gave us an adorable Rebecca Taylor look while singing the national anthem in New York. Then she went ultra ladylike in a fit-and-flare dress by Temperley London for a Broadway premiere. And just last night, she channeled her inner flapper girl in a fringed, metallic Naeem Khan dress at an NYC charity event. Click on to see all her stylish looks right here! On Allison McNamara: Club Monaco top, Helmut Lang shorts.
Emmy Rossum went for a '60s-inspired makeup look at the Jeffery Fashion Cares celebration last night. "We wanted to create a mod look, but bring it into this millennium with really clean, glowing skin and a dramatic eye," said makeup artist Jake Bailey.
To re-create the look at home, start by using a waterproof liner like Rimmel London Scandal Eyes Eyeliner ($7) on the top and bottom lashes and in the crease of the eye. Then smudge the liner between the bottom lashes before applying mascara to give the illusion of more volume. Apply a strip of false lashes to the top lashes to really make your eyes stand out.
Instead of using highlighter to add a glow, Bailey applied a light concealer below the brow bone. He also used cream blush to give her cheeks a dewy finish, while the T-zone was powdered for a matte look. As the final touch, he selected a pencil two shades darker than Emmy's natural lip color for a clean nude lip. Try Nars Satin Lip Pencil in Floralies ($25) for a similar shade.
Cocktail-chic was the name of the game at the Jeffrey Fashion Cares 10th anniversary celebration, where we spotted both Chrissy Teigen and Emmy Rossum in their respectively glamorous styles. Chrissy, true to supermodel form, hit the red carpet in a body-conscious LBD that got a sultry finish with sheer insets and ankle-strap Jimmy Choo heels. If sexy isn't quite your speed, Emmy showed off a more modest — but just as eye-catching — alternative in a gilded, fringe-tiered Naeem Khan party dress, which she complemented with a pair of strappy metallic Rupert Sanderson heels. Now that you've got the outfit details, it's time to make some decisions — which style setter wowed on last night's red carpet?
With an ultraflattering shape, Spring blue hue, and the fact that it's fit for a number of occasions, Emmy Rossum's icy Temperley London dress is the kind that's easy to take from the red carpet to our own noncelebrity events. That means even if you're not attending a Broadway premiere like Emmy, there are plenty of reasons to add this party dress (or something like it) to your closet for seasonal cocktail parties, wedding season, and beyond. For starters, this dress is like a waist-defining secret weapon that narrows your middle with the side paneling and a fit-and-flare silhouette. In baby blue (or the pastel of your choosing), you can safely take this party dress to any wedding without fear of offending the bride, and if you're looking for the right accessories to complete your wedding guest attire, Emmy has that, too: a pair of metallic heels that complement — but won't upstage — your cocktail dress. We can hardly think of a reason not to shop the look — channel Emmy's party-perfect ensemble with our editors' picks.
Guess which actress is not ashamed (yes, that's a hint) of sporting bright sneakers?
The standard rule of eye shadow and lipstick pairings is balance: downplay one feature and focus on another. But this week, three leading ladies chose to buck that idea, opting for bold shadows paired with bright lipstick hues. Thandie Newton paired a crimson lip with sparkling berry eye shadow, while Emmy Rossum went for coral eye shadow and bubblegum-pink lips. And for the premiere of her new play Breakfast at Tiffany's, Emilia Clarke wore smoky bluish gray shadow on her eyes with tangerine color on her lips. This bold makeup look is definitely a head-turner, but whose look do you like best?
Emmy Rossum shined bright at the 21st annual "A Night at Sardi's" gala benefiting the Alzheimer's Association, and it had everything to do with her gilded look. The actress — who has admitted to not working with a stylist — didn't show any signs of personal-style shortcomings, taking a strong head-to-toe stance on shades of gold. For those of us that find Spring's metallic trend a little daunting, Rossum's ensemble provides a little (or a lot) of inspiration to cull from, and here's how.
Instead of going the sexier high-shine route, the brunette beauty chose a gold sequin-covered Tory Burch tea-length dress from the designer's Spring '13 collection. The longer hemline provided an immediate ladylike effect, and rather than shying away from the eye-catching hue, she added equally cool gold Jimmy Choo sandals, gold bangles, and gold drop earrings into the mix. While it's a bold styling approach, notice that aside from the statement dress, she went with gold add-ons that complemented the central outfit piece rather than with accessories that overwhelmed. Rossum's commitment to gold-hued glamour is admirable and certainly something to emulate, but we know not everyone is ready to dive in head first. If you want to approach with caution, try styling a crisp white top with a muted gold pencil skirt, gold stud earrings, and a gold watch. For everything else, see our editors' shopping picks below.
Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki met up with their costars from The Big Bang Theory yesterday for a night of laughs and charity at the A Night at Sardi's gala in Beverly Hills. Kaley wore a strapless blue gown as she mingled with stars like Emmy Rossum, Jason Bateman, and Zachary Levi at the event. She got glammed up after sporting a more casual, but still chic, look when she celebrated Hollywood stylists at an event in LA last week. The Big Bang Theory cast and other funny actors and actresses typically perform skits during the event, which benefits the Alzheimer's Association. We were live on the scene last night, so be sure to check back for more of our red carpet coverage!
Justin Timberlake hit the red carpet to celebrate the release of The 20/20 Experience at LA's El Rey Theatre on Monday night. He was joined by newly single Ryan Seacrest, whose split from girlfriend Julianne Hough was announced last week. Ryan interviewed Justin during the event, which will be televised on Tuesday night on The CW, and their chat confirmed that Justin is in fact planning on dropping a second part to the album later this year. Also on hand for the bash was Emmy Rossum, Anna Kendrick, Nikki Reed, and a crowd full of fans, who were treated to a concert by Justin that included a performance of "Mirrors." He had made his way west after stopping over the weekend in Austin, TX, where he held a secret Myspace event.