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Why We’ve Missed Rachel McAdams On The Red Carpet

Rachel McAdams had been keeping a low profile until recently but she has made her return to screens big and small with Southpaw and True Detective. Everyone should be excited. Not only is it great to see her acting but it is also great seeing her on the red carpet. She doesn’t wear mini skirts and designer tank tops but she is just as stylish as her iconic character in Mean Girls, Regina George. Remember her pink highlights from ages ago? Remember her and Ryan Gosling? Okay, that has nothing to do with fashion but they were just so perfect together, it had to be mentioned.


These outfits show why we have missed Rachel McAdams on the red carpet:


1. Southpaw New York Premiere, 2015


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We have seen a zillion triangular ab cutout looks but for some reason Rachel’s dress doesn’t make us sigh and wish we could see something else. She looks simply stunning in this black outfit.


2. Good Morning America, 2015


Rachel ditched the sunglasses for her actual appearance on GMA but this detailed dress looks great with or without them. This shows that Kardashians shouldn’t be the only ones wearing illusion dresses.


3. ESPSN Southpaw Screening, 2015


This is how you mix lace, embellishment, beading and frills without turning yourself into a shimmering meringue. Also, note how Rachel has repeated the same delicate high-heeled sandals in all three outfits but the looks are entirely different.


4. ESPY Awards, 2015


You wouldn’t expect someone to show up to a sports awards show in a suit but we’re thankful Rachel turned up in this minimal red suit. It doesn’t look like a dowdy business “power suit.”


5. Spike TV ‘s Guys Choice, 2015


She switched up the shoes for this coordinated look. No detail is overlooked and everything works together. Her lipstick and shoes both perfectly match her dress.


6. Aloha Premiere, 2015


On the wrong person, this look could have gone horribly wrong. There is a fishnet top paired with a skirt that has some sort of giant blue lily pad peplum. However, Rachel’s simple styling keeps it edgy as opposed to WTF.


7. Southpaw Canada Premiere, 2015


This pinky red column dress is very simple but Rachel knows that the shimmery fabric is enough of a statement to guarantee all eyes will be on her. Bravo for also pulling off that tricky ankle-length silhouette.


8. Canada’s Walk Of Fame Gala, 2014


This is a modern take on Old Hollywood glamour. Look at this gown and all of the others on the list and you’ll see how all of her clothes are always fit to perfection.


9. Leaving A Southpaw Screening, 2015


Take note of this look Rachel wore to a screening of Southpaw because it is a great date night look. We know she can wear a gown but she can pull off a casual look just as well. Can we steal the shoes…and the blouse…or just the whole thing?

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At White House Correspondents’ Dinner, A Red Carpet Where Celebrities Are the Arm Candy

It may not have been the Oscars or the Grammys, but last night’sWhite House Correspondents Dinner, often referred to as nerd prom, had its own red carpet. Though instead of E!, viewers had to make do with C-Span and Bloomberg TV, with political reporters Mark Halperin and John Heilemann doing their best Ryan Seacrest and Guiliana Rancic imitations.


The duo gamely took on their roles, though the conversations could be awkward, with questions about drones and the upcoming presidential campaign alternating with the obligatory “who are you wearing?”


Of the two, Mr. Halperin seemed the most comfortable in his role of would-be Fashion Police panelist, telling the actress Laverne Cox (wearing Ines Di Santo) that he liked her Marchesa bag, and sharing with Ronan Farrow, who wore Dior, and Al Roker, in J. Crew, that he was dressed in Armani. “He lives in my building,” he added somewhat awkwardly.



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Mr. Heilemann seemed impressed by the shimmering gold Lanvin gown worn by Martha Stewart, but was stumped when Hannah David, a Sports Illustrated model, told him she was wearing Georges Chakra. “Is he famous?” Mr. Heilemann asked.


The Hollywood contingent acquitted itself well. The dresses on parade would not have been out of place at any Oscars telecast: Fancy, pretty, appropriate to the point of dull. Cecily Strong, the Saturday Night Live performer who hosted the evening, wore a purple floral gown by J. Mendel. Lucy Liu chose a beautifully beaded Naeem Khan. Jane Fonda’s sequined black column by Donna Karan came closest, with its cat-suit-like liquidity, to offering a whiff of something stronger.


But here, for a change, the celebrities are the arm candy, and the journalists and politicians, the stars. And for their star turns they dressed with stiff good taste if not aplomb. When asked the red-carpet question by Mr. Halperin, Gov. John R. Kasich of Ohio had to check. (The answer: Brooks Brothers, bought by his wife.) The biggest decision most men had to make was whether to take their black tuxes with notch or peak lapels. Some (Paul Pelosi, President Obama) jazzed it up with a rakish hint of pocket square. A few brave outliers (Joe Scarborough, Matt Bai) switched out the bowtie for a long tie. Few had the daring of the former mayor of New York Michael R. Bloomberg, in a resplendent lilac bowtie – but, then, bravery may be a billionaire’s privilege.


The women were a bit freer, with fewer of the much-reviled Beltway pantsuits in evidence than on an average day in the Capitol. The designer Zac Posen made a custom beaded gown for Michelle Obama at her seat at the table of honor (and roasting). Even Nancy Pelosi, the former speaker of the house, had thrown a long, flapperish strand of pearls over her dress. When Susan Rice arrived in modish Valentino (from the label’s dotty fall 2014 collection), Mr. Heilemann and Clyde Frazier, a guest talking head, were equal parts befuddlement and admiration.


“It’s very creative, I like it,” Mr. Frazier said. “It’s your own design?”


It was not, but it was enough to make her, in Mr. Heilemann’s opinion, a fashion icon.

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Kerry Washington stuns in plunging top as she makes her red carpet return just seven weeks after baby's birth

She gave birth to daughter Isabelle Amarachi just seven weeks ago.

Yet Kerry Washington looked back to her radiant best as she made her return to the red carpet on Wednesday.

The 37-year-old actress cut an impressive figure in a plunging black dress and vivid orange heels at the Women In Film Crystal + Lucy Awards at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles.

Stunning: Kerry Washington appeared for the first time on the red carpet since giving birth in a painted black dress at the Women In Film Crystal And Lucy Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday

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Stunning: Kerry Washington appeared for the first time on the red carpet since giving birth in a painted black dress at the Women In Film Crystal And Lucy Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday

The non-profit organization Women In Film honours extraordinary women in the entertainment industry at their annual benefit gala, the Crystal + Lucy Awards.

Kerry was honoured with the Lucy Award for Excellence in Television, while actresses Cate Blanchett, Eva Longoria, Rose Byrne, and Jennifer Lee will also be recognised with their own awards.

And it looked as if the actress could barely contain her excitement as she took to the red carpet.

A slick of hot red lipstick added a splash of colour to her complexion, while a coat of smokey eyeshadow defined her eyes.

The new mom gave a boost to her 5ft4in height in a pair of vivid orange heels.

With her hair styled down in loose and romantic waves, the Scandal star did not shy away from showing off a bit of her cleavage with a plunging neckline.

Meanwhile, Eva Longoria did little to tame Kerry's excitement as she wrapped an arm around the stunner.

The Django Unchained actress flashed a wide grin as the 39-year-old Desperate Housewives star cosied up beside her.

She later found her way besides Max Mara Global Ambassador Nicola Maramotti, who towered over the petite actress in a light blue dress that draped along her figure.

Making the most of a child-free night, the star also took time to speak with legendary actress Diahann Carroll.

The Dynasty star cut a youthful figure in a demure black dress that hugged her curves.

Kerry was certainly not the only star to turn heads, as Maggie Gyllenhaal bared her shoulders in a floral halter gown.

The Secretary actress highlighted her complexion with a slick of pink lipstick, along with golden eyeshadow.

Eva also grabbed herself some attention in a snug white tank top that tied at her waist, teamed with a pair of high-waisted trousers.

The Desperate Housewives star was recognised at the event with the Norma Zarky Humanitarian Award.

Cate Blanchett - who was honoured with the Crystal Award for Excellence in Film - looked angelic in a white gown that cascaded in layers.

The Academy Award nominee wore her blonde hair in a chic updo, and opted for a natural palette of make-up consisting of minimal mascara and pink lipstick.

Fellow Australian Rose Bryne - who was given the Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future award - shimmered in a glimmering blue jumper teamed with a simple chain choker.

Host Tracee Ellis Ross added a splash of colour with a strapless coral dress that bared her shoulders.

The Girlfriends actress was expressive and animated while taking to the podium to host the event.

Rose looked emotional as she accepted the Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future award.


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