2017 Billboard Music Awards Best Dressed List

Two common questions I get asked: Where do you get your photos? / How do you compile your best dressed lists? I’m happy to answer both. Best Dressed lists are compiled with consideration for both fashion and beauty and are not capped at any number. Longer events with multiple looks on the same celeb are compiled in descending order, beginning with the event’s best look. The more looks a celeb has on the list, the higher he or she moves in number. Read More

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2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards Best Dressed List

Your event recap in five sentences or less: The MTV Movie Awards underwent an exciting/progressive format change this year and will now honor both film and television with gender-free awards; Adam Devine sang his opening monologue to the tune of “Beauty and the Beast” (cleverly re-titled “Movies and TV”); Vin Deisel accepted the 2017 generation award on behalf of the “Fast and the Furious” franchise and paused to honor Paul Walker while we all started bawling; MTV’s “best fight” award sustained an unnecessary name change to “best fight against the system;” Emma Watson took home the award for best actor in a movie—the first genderless acting award in history. Read More

2017 Met Gala Best Dressed List

Whether the fashion industry had a sudden burst of adrenaline or the “avant-garde” theme opened up the floodgates of innovation, fashion’s favorite designers have made a stunning comeback from the 2016 Met Gala; the chrome robot army of yesteryear has blossomed into a chic flock of risk-takers. The challenge? Out-innovate Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons—the first living designer to be honored by the The Costume Institute in a monographic show since Yves Saint Laurent in 1983, according to an Institute press release. Read More

TIME 100 Gala Best Dressed List

For 13 years TIME has penned an annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world—the good, the bad and all those in between—and then invited them all to dinner. This year’s TIME 100 gala was held Tuesday, April 25, at Frederick P. Rose Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City. Each year the list becomes more colorful, and at times, disheartening—but TIME is not to blame. In real news, the truth is unbiased. See Time’s full list of the 100 most influential people in the world here and let me know what you think. But for now, forget that Putin, Trump and Kim Jong Un all made the list, and enjoy the following couture-clad influencers. Read More