The Brit Awards has one of the most highly anticipated red carpets of the year. Unconstrained by some of the stuffier dress codes of other awards ceremonies, it’s a chance for celebrities to go wild with their style.
The Oscars has forever been the biggest night of Hollywood glamour. After all, it’s the one event where what you wear is just as important as your acceptance speech, and the right dress can go down in history
With the number of flights taken to get to each ceremony and the emissions involved in making each new red carpet outfit, awards season isn’t particularly environmentally friendly. Joaquin Phoenix has taken an unusual stand this year by pledging to wear the same Stella McCartney suit for each event, and he now looks to have stepped out in the black tux at the British Academy Film Awards.
Over the past few years, Timothee Chalamet has emerged as one of the most exciting new faces in film – and at the same time, he’s proved himself a bona fide style star and has been named the best dressed man in the world by British GQ.
Megan McKenna has been crowned the winner of the X Factor: Celebrity’s first series.
The Pussycat Dolls took to the stage during the X Factor: Celebrity final for their first public performance in a decade.
The Chase star Jenny Ryan has admitted she is in “disbelief” ahead of Saturday night’s X Factor: Celebrity final.
With his trademark enthusiasm and gravity-defying haircut, Gary Rhodes was among the bevy of Michelin-starred chefs to become household names following the soaring success of the television cookery show format in the 1990s.
Football star turned fashion icon David Beckham has claimed ownership for some of his past sartorial mistakes.
Made In Chelsea stars Louise Thompson and Ryan Libbey have revealed the recent transformations they have made to their townhouse.
There are many dresses that have gone down in fashion history, but none are quite so iconic as Liz Hurley’s famous safety pin dress.
Now that Holly Willoughby is on her summer holiday and won’t be gracing our screens alongside Philip Schofield each morning, fans won’t be able to pore over the stylish star’s on-screen outfits for a while.
Kirstie Allsopp is a mother and stepmother to four children, and is no stranger to controversy around her thoughts on parenting.
‘Diversity’ is a word that gets thrown around in the fashion industry, and for many brands it’s reduced to box-ticking and tokenism – but Rihanna champions inclusivity in everything she does.
The 2018 series of Channel 4’s Great British Bake Off kicks off tonight, so as another set of 12 talented home bakers take on the challenge of complicated technical bakes, avoiding soggy bottoms and gaining a coveted Paul Hollywood handshake, it makes you wonder what it’s actually like for an aspiring baker to appear in the show.
One of TV’s most beloved dancers has waltzed his way into the hearts of North-east fans by lending his support to a charity campaign at Aberdeen airport.
It’s that time once again. MasterChef is back, and another gaggle of amateur cooks will be entering the kitchen to whip up dishes for the discerning tastebuds of chef John Torode and his buddy, telly presenter and professional dessert lover, Gregg Wallace.