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Celebrate Rihanna’s 2020 PCAs Style Star Nomination With Her Best Fashion Moments Ever

She’s shining bright like a diamond!

Celebrate Rihanna’s 2020 PCAs Style Star Nomination With Her Best Fashion Moments Ever

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Rihanna is one of the nominees for the 2020 E! People’s Choice Awards for the Style Star of 2020. She’s a musician, businesswoman and a fashion icon. There’s pretty much nothing she can’t do! Rihanna defines fashion as freedom.

“‘Freedom is the comfortability of a piece and being who you are a thousand percent,” she told E! News in February at New York Fashion Week. “‘Cause I guess there’s a lot of discomfort based on the barriers that society puts on you. What they tell you should be, shouldn’t be, look like, not look like, talk like, dress like and to just be OK with whatever it is that you feel and are. That to me is the ultimate freedom.”

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Dolly Parton Looks Back on Her Best Country-Glam Fashion Moments

The ’70s were relatively toned down for Dolly, but her signature glamour began to take form in the ’80s. Parton recalls attending the premiere of her film 9 to 5 in 1980 and being completely new to the red carpet experience. She enlisted the film’s costume designer, Ann Roth, to make a dress for her, resulting in an embroidered, strapless pink gown with a matching fur stole. “I remember feeling really pretty,” Parton says. “That was probably the first time that I ever felt fashionable.” During the ’80s, Parton hosted her own variety show called Dolly, and she continued to turn out glitzy, theatrical looks—always in collaboration with Dolly’s costume designer Tony Chase. She recalls a 1987 episode with Oprah Winfrey. “I remember us loving our outfits,” she says of their glittery gold dresses. “Tony was always trying to put me in all these clothes that had these big

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Finding Moments of Joy in a Largely Underwhelming Season for Beauty

Like absolutely everything in the pandemic-stricken 2020 world, the Spring 2021 fashion shows — the small number of them that went on amid a global health crisis, anyway — were, in just about every way, unprecedented. While fashion grappled with how to soldier on, get the job done and possibly even create a bit of much-needed optimism and joy through art, so, too did the hair and makeup looks that accompanied it. 

Naturally, backstage beauty was different this season. In fact, as someone who has covered runway beauty in the field for the better part of the past 15 seasons, I can’t even really offer much perspective on that fact — I wasn’t there. No press was. 

In extreme contrast with the last several fashion months, in particular, which in many ways felt more bloated, overcrowded, over-sponsored and chaotic than ever, the complete and total lack of backstage access this

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Kelsey and David: Sweet wedding day moments were Chalco Hills sunset portraits, and cake-cutting | Weddings



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August 8, 2020, Millard Social Hall, Sarah Gudeman Photography

SWEET DREAMS Kelsey Stewart and David Kirk met at a friend’s annual April costume party. “Lucky for me that year’s party was pajama-themed. Otherwise David wouldn’t have made an appearance,” Kelsey says. Friends got the ball rolling by taking them to bingo night at a bar in Blackstone. They exchanged numbers and started dating later that spring.



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NO NAGGING The day David proposed, they had taken a morning walk through freshly fallen snow at Gene Leahy Mall and then went out for a pizza lunch. That night, David came into the living room and Kelsey scolded him for not turning off his video game. “He still loved me enough to pop the question,” Kelsey says. “He said he couldn’t promise that all of our days would be as nice as that one was but he’d

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Emily In Paris Is Full Of Fashion Moments. Here Are The Looks You Can Still Buy.

With nods to Sex and the City, the fashion in Emily in Paris, a new 10-episode show on Netflix, is (unsurprisingly) full of sartorially covetable moments. From a sheer blouse featuring the Eiffel Tower that the American protagonist, Emily (Lily Collins), wears to her first day on the job in Paris to the deconstructed haute couture dress she dons for an auction, the looks come from a noteworthy list of designers.

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While there are some pieces that Sex and the City‘s Patricia Field (in collaboration with French costume designer Marylin Fitoussi) created specifically for the show, in a refreshing move for the costume world, most of the clothing is from current brands. What’s even better than the fact that viewers can get their hands on the styles from Emily in Paris is that it’s not all Chanel and Christian Louboutin (though the two do feature

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See All of Rihanna’s Standout Style Moments from the Savage x Fenty Runway Show



a person sitting on a stage in front of a curtain: To no one's surprise, she looked absolutely incredible.


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To no one’s surprise, she looked absolutely incredible.

The second televised edition of Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty runway show was the ultimate fashionable affair—but even with a celeb-studded lineup for the hour-long event, no one’s ensembles could top the looks Rihanna herself served throughout the show.

Inspired by the themes of storytelling, dreams, and, of course, sensuality, Rihanna’s reimagining of the lingerie fashion show featured three separate cameos from the designer herself, each one echoing the themes of her latest Savage x Fenty collection—and as expected, she did not disappoint.

Below, all of Rihanna’s must-see style moments from this year’s show.

An All-Leather Moment

Ahead of the show, Rihanna took to the Savage x Fenty red carpet to quickly bless the cameras—and us—with her presence in a seriously sexy outfit. Per RiRi’s stylist, Jahleel Weaver, the beauty and fashion mogul wore a sleek, belted leather blazer

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The 5 Best Beauty Moments of Milan Fashion Week

Inspired by the Hitchcockian film that opened Ferragamo’s show, makeup artist Fara Homidi presented a “twisted, more naughty version” of classic ’50s cat eyeliner with thick, sharp wings in subversive shades of white and crimson. To give the overall look a modern feel, she added an “ultra-shine plastic finish” to the lips with translucent gloss. “It brought a new punk feeling to the cat eye, a feeling of rebellion while still feeling fresh and strong,” said Homidi.

The ’90s DIY Approach

Photo: Guido Palau

Isolated Heroes, a photography book of David Sims’s pictures of street-cast models for Raf Simons spring 2000 show, served as a reference point for Prada’s spring hair vision. Accordingly, Palau served up an array of “boyish” model haircuts that skewed ’90s with an intentional DIY quality. “With everything going on in the world, people want to be able to do things at home and at

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