Last night's 20th Annual Elle Women in Hollywood event celebrated the best performances and contributions from women working in the film industry, including rising stars like Shailene Woodley and established talents Marion Cotillard and Reese Witherspoon. Calvin Klein was one of the event's sponsors, so it's no surprise that many of the attendees were dressed in Francisco Costa's designs. There were a few surprises though, including Emmy Rossum's red Elie Saab cocktail dress and Naya Rivera's plunging white Pamela Rolland jumpsuit. Pale shades or pops of girlie color were the name of the game at the event, with lots of white and red and only a handful of attendees opting for black. Click through for all the most memorable looks from the night.
How did the style set spend its long weekend? Inside. The models and editors we all know and love were few and far between in recent days — but luckily there were plenty of stylish celebrities around to pick up their slack. Case in point: Rooney Mara and Olivia Wilde both wore runway-fresh Spring 2014 looks to promote their new movie, Her.
Once the week geared up it was business as usual at Hearst Magazines' Unbound Access, which was attended by Miranda Kerr, Zac Posen, and Lauren Bush Lauren, among others! You can see what they all wore here in the gallery.
— Additional reporting by Randy Miller
Fashion Week (make that Fashion Month!) is finally a wrap, and it was back to business as usual for the most stylish stars. While in LA, Alessandra Ambrosio and Rachel Zoe brought the whole gang out for the kid-packed Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, models like Cara Delevingne and Linda Evangelista stuck to a more sophisticated crowd at Rio's amfAR Gala, and so did partygoers feting the Hammer Museum.
Back in France, Ralph Lauren brought a royal crowd out for the label's private Les Beaux-Arts de Paris dinner. Get a look at all the stylish parties attended, here in the gallery.
If you didn't get your fill of Paris Fashion Week, there was more to come as the front-row favorites wrapped up their stay! Anna Dello Russo, Hanneli Mustaparta, Joan Smalls, Karlie Kloss, and Elettra Wiedemann more than did their part to keep the streets Parisian-chic.
And just because it's not Fashion Week in the US, that doesn't mean there's any lack of style. Teen Vogue brought out young Hollywood, including Hailee Steinfeld, for their annual bash, while Scandal hosted a lively fete at Saks Fifth Avenue. Get a look at all the stylish parties attended, here in the gallery.
As our eyes moved from London to Milan to Paris, so did the style. Stars like Miroslava Duma, Liya Kebede, Poppy Delevingne, and Karolina Kurkova were at the top of their game as they made the rounds from show to show and feted the major events including amfAR's Milano gala and Salvatore Ferragamo's flagship opening.
Back in New York, thoughts turned from Spring to Fall when Lauren Santo Domingo, Alexa Chung, Prabal Gurung, and Dree Hemingway joined Derek Blasberg to launch his Paperless Post collection. Get a look at all the stylish parties attended, here in the gallery.
After New York Fashion Week was a wrap, designers, models, editors, and all the other front-row attendees hopped across the pond to London and Milan. With Alexa Chung, Poppy Delevingne, Anna Wintour, Anna Dello Russo and the usual suspects giving us plenty to marvel at, there's no shortage of style from this week's events.
Back in New York, the end of Spring shows didn't signal the end of special event dressing. Glamorous outings — including the annual New Yorkers for Children Gala — brought the partygoers out of their post-Fashion Week hibernation. Get a look at all the stylish parties attended, here in the gallery.
If there's a week more stylish than Fashion Week, we don't know of it. And this year, the style stars certainly didn't disappoint. From appearing front row to turning up at the evenings' hot-ticket events, this crew gave the models a run for their money when it came to turning heads. Get a look at all the stylish parties attended, here in the gallery.
The fashion world went Hollywood this week — by way of Venice and Toronto, that is. Model attendees made their mark on the film festival where glamorous labels like Chopard and Jaeger-LeCoultre feted the film festival alongside Vanity Fair.
Back in London, models made their mark on the Rush red carpet for the '70s-set film's Gucci-filled premiere, while Karlie Kloss, Karolina Kurkova, and Naomi Campbell took a break from Fashion Week with The Novak Djokovic Foundation. Get a look at all the stylish parties attended, here in the gallery.
On Thursday night, Phillip Lim hosted one of the most anticipated events of New York Fashion Week: a party celebrating his Target collaboration. Everyone from Solange Knowles to Jessica Alba and Maria Sharapova attended the event, and all of them were wearing pieces from the offering.
The rest of the party's guest list, which included Lim's fellow designers Richard Chai and Marchesa's Keren Craig, had the opportunity to shop the collaboration early. Throngs of attendees took that opportunity, which meant the party was packed and more than a little busy. But with the chance to get pieces of such a great collaboration 10 days early, what else could you expect?
A look inside the party, here in the gallery.
In case you missed it (and really, how could you?), the VMAs were this weekend. And after the Barclays Center show, the real party began at No. 8, where Erin Wasson, Alexander Wang, and more raised a glass to the night's big winners.
And even though it may have seemed like it, this week wasn't all about the VMAs. In Tokyo, Kate Moss and Poppy Delevingne joined a Louis Vuitton-decked set to fete the opening of the label's much anticipated Timeless Muses exhibit. Get a look at all the stylish parties attended, here in the gallery.