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Gwen Stefani Harper's BazaarTerry Richardson for Harper’s Bazaar

Ever since No Doubt’s “Just A Girl” video debuted in 1995, Gwen Stefani‘s signature red lip has been emulated by fashionistas everywhere. But the inspiration behind the look wasn’t the star’s idea — it came from someone older and wiser: her grandmother.

Thinking back to her high school years, when her grandmother gave her a tube of… Continue reading How Gwen Stefani’s Grandma Forever Changed Her Style

Emma StoneHan Myung-Gu/WireImage

There are certain starlets that always kill it on the red carpet; one of those ladies happen to be Emma Stone.

The Amazing Spider-Man actress has been gallivanting around the globe to promote her new film while wearing the most lust-worthy ensembles, including a leather Versace dress, a sculptural ivory-and-black mini and a simple and chic skirt-and-top combo (left).

As much as… Continue reading Emma Stone Spills the Secret Behind Her Effortless Style

Serena Williams StyleMichael Tullberg/Getty

Serena Williams is a tennis authority, but with two clothing lines to her name, she’s a fashion pro, too. So before her next big match, the sports champ has taken a break to share her summer style favorites on celebrity-curated shopping site OpenSky.

For footwear, Williams prefers wedges, like the Qupid braided “Jute” platform (top left, $ 36). “There’s nothing… Continue reading Serena Williams Shares Her Grand-Slam Summer Style Picks

Pacific Coast News

By radio detection and ranging Staff

Things are getting really uncomfortable in Jersey these days.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Jacqueline Laurita had some pointed words for co-star Teresa Giudice in a new Bravo blog, where she razzed the controversial reality star’s lax parenting style following a broadcast of the show in which Teresa’s 10-year-old daughter Gia smarted off to her.

The instigating incident occurred when Jacqueline threw… Continue reading NJ Housewife Jacqueline Laurita Slams Teresa Giudice’s Parenting Style

Twenty-seven years ago, Tim Burton directed his first full-length feature film, “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure.” Since then, he’s navigated the streets of Gotham, climbed down the rabbit hole with Alice and traveled to the depths of Sleepy Hollow, all in the hopes of developing a unique filmmaking style and vision (one that was good enough to get him his own exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art).

On Friday, the director’s creativity… Continue reading Tim Burton Movies: A Style Retrospective (PHOTOS)