Michelle Williams and Jason Segel have reportedly broken up, but she isn't slowing down work-wise. In this POPSUGAR Rush, we're looking back at Michelle and Jason's romance and recapping top headlines including plans for a new Titanic ship and Prince Harry's getaway to Africa with girlfriend Cressida Bonas.
The ombré hair color trend is still going strong with a high-contrast update. While a subtle transition from dark to light has been the ideal for ombré in the past, a new norm is emerging: colorblocked strands. Recently, celebrities have been spotted wearing a look that is more dip-dyed with an obvious division between roots and tips. Coco Rocha is letting her flaming ends grow out with her brunette color meandering at chin-length. Amber Heard's dark hair immediately shifts to blond around eye level, while Sarah Jessica Parker softens the abrupt transition from dark to light with a few blonde highlights around the face. Here's an opportunity to let your roots hang loose, and skip a few touch-up appointments.
Sarah Jessica Parker invoked the styling spirit of Carrie Bradshaw last night, wearing a ladylike ensemble punctuated by print-on-print mixing and a flash of brights. And even if you're not a proponent of the head-to-toe pattern movement, there's something to be said for the way SJP made the look approachable, feminine, and, well, fun. Plus, this has Spring written all over it. Whether you deem it appropriate for officewear or, like Parker, feel it's more of a playful evening option, it strikes a light balance between textural intrigue, darker hues, and a look to the warmer season ahead. To follow suit, style a polka-dot dress (the inverse palette works, too) and juxtapose it against a different (read: graphic) print. Parker chose a windowpane-checked cardigan, but an animal-print version is a viable alternative. As for the brighter shoe choice? Stick to the bold pink color. It adds a second focal point to the outfit, and let's be honest, it's just an excellent use of the girlier shade. For the key elements — plus, all the add-ons — shop our look below.
From top left: Wallis Polka Dot Print Dress ($78), Merona Ultimate Cardigan in White/Black ($23), Smashbox Be Legendary Lipstick in Nylon Nude ($19), LORAC 3-in-1 Black Waterproof Eyeliner Pencil ($18), Michael Kors Crystal Link Bracelet ($250), Natasha Crystal Bangle Bracelet ($17, originally $48), White House Silvertone Crystal Stretch Bracelet ($38), Steve Madden Intrude Pump in Patent Pink ($30, originally $90), Diane von Furstenberg Gracie Bar Clutch ($245)
Sarah Jessica Parker paired a polka-dot dress with red heels to join husband Matthew Broderick for the annual Love N' Courage benefit in NYC last night. SJP and Matthew posed for pictures together at NYC's National Art Club for the event, which raises funds for the Theater for the New City's emerging playwrights. After the night out with her husband, Sarah Jessica emerged with her son, James Wilkie, and twins, Tabitha and Loretta, for separate outings in NYC this morning.
SJP is getting back into her Big Apple routine with her family following a busy start to the month. Sarah Jessica wore a bright pink Maison Martin Margiela dress to hit the red carpet for the amfAR gala in NYC and then jetted overseas to make a stylish appearance at the BAFTA Awards in London.
Their mom is one of the most iconic fashion influencers of our time, so it's no wonder that Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick's twin girls, Tabitha and Loretta, are seriously trendy tots. While SJP's day-to-day look is decidedly more low-key than that of Carrie Bradshaw, she always manages to look incredibly chic, even when on mom duty. As residents of NYC's hip West Village, the Parker-Broderick clan embrace a cool downtown look, with plenty of layers and, of course, fabulous footwear. Check out some of Tabitha and Loretta's most adorable fashion moments, alongside their stylish mama!
Plenty of celebrities flocked to the fashionable fun of this year's New York Fashion Week. Miley Cyrus showed off her abs in a crop top at the Marc Jacobs show, while Olivia Wilde and Jessica Chastain sat front row to take in the Calvin Klein collection. Elizabeth Olsen and Liv Tyler linked up at Proenza Schouler, and Zoe Saldana took a seat next to Jada Pinkett Smith and Willow Smith for Michael Kors.
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The red carpet at Sunday's BAFTA Awards in London was full of famous ladies in glamorous looks. Jennifer Garner chose a backless Roland Mouret gown for the occasion, while nominee Jennifer Lawrence went with a strapless Dior number. Zero Dark Thirty's Jessica Chastain brought a bright blue Roland Mouret look to the rainy evening, while Marion Cotillard followed suit in yellow Dior Haute Couture. Anne Hathaway was back in front of the cameras in Burberry following her appearance at the Berlin Film Festival yesterday. Elizabeth Olsen, who is up for the rising star award, posed in a printed dress; Amy Adams showed skin in a lacy Elie Saab; and Sarah Jessica Parker mixed things up in a pantsuit by Elie Saab as well.
Beyoncé stood out in a black-and-white Osman by Osman Yousefzada jumpsuit at the Grammys, but she's not the only one who's gone against the fashion grain recently by donning pants on the red carpet. Jennifer Lawrence chose a navy-and-black-striped Stella McCartney jumpsuit at the 2013 Santa Barbara International Film Festival, and Sarah Jessica Parker showed off a black Elie Saab jumpsuit with a subtle keyhole with Jean-Michel Cazabat pumps at the BAFTA Awards in London. So tell us: after seeing these dressed-up jumpsuits cropping up on the red carpet, are you a fan of the new trend, or would you prefer to see celebs stick to gowns?
Many fashionable Hollywood celebrities turned up the glamour at last night's amfAR Gala at NYC's Cipriani 42nd Street. The event, which helps kick off New York Fashion Week, was full of designers and celebs in stylish gowns. Ashley Greene wore a white Giambattista Valli frock while Sarah Jessica Parker went for a daring Maison Martin Margiela Couture pink dress. Honoree Heidi Klum donned a black Michael Kors number, which she wore when she chatted with the designer and her former Project Runway costar on the red carpet.
Other guests included Cheyenne Jackson, Chloë Sevigny, couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, and Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke, who dazzled in a dramatic Zac Posen gown. Of course, the night wasn't only about fashion — the amfAR Gala benefits AIDS research and honors those who have made significant contributions towards the fight against the deadly disease. In addition to Heidi, designer Kenneth Cole and Janet Jackson were honored for their work with the organization.
Sarah Jessica Parker walked the red carpet for the amfAR New York Gala at Cipriani Wall Street in Manhattan, NY, tonight. She wore a strapless pink Maison Martin Margiela dress for the event, which also helps kick off the official start of New York Fashion Week. Sarah Jessica was on hand to honor her friend Kenneth Cole for his contributions to the fight against AIDS. She spoke onstage and presented the designer with an award before chatting with Michael Strahan at her table.
Sarah Jessica is also tapping into her fashion design skills for a good cause. She recently teamed up with Kenneth to create a collection of limited-edition handbags to support AIDS research. One of the snakeskin clutches was auctioned off at tonight's event, and the rest will make their runway debut at the Kenneth Cole fashion show on Feb. 7, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to amfAR.