What's this? A competition in who can look most ridiculous? No, no, it's just the Grammys. Year after year, the event inspires some of the most objectively terrible fashion we've seen thus far. As part of our countdown to Sunday's big show, we'd like to prepare you by taking a little stroll down memory lane with some of the most stunning offenses in Grammy fashion history. We've narrowed it down to the worst of the worst in recent memory, so sit back and feast your eyes on the top 10 most horrendous Grammy outfits of the last five years.
The 55th Annual Grammy Awards aren't until Sunday but the music industry has decided to get a head start on the festivities. There are award ceremonies leading up to the awards (go figure), pre-parties, concerts, and gifting suites happening across L.A. from now all the way through to the after parties following the show. Grammy Week tends to be the most fun of the awards season lot because if anyone knows how to throwdown, it is the music industry. It would be a shame to miss out on what might be L.A.'s biggest open bar week of all, so we present to you our 2013 Grammy Week Party Guide with all the top events going down. Navigate your party path wisely and enjoy the musical takeover while it lasts.
Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough walk the red carpet at the Safe Haven premiere; Paul Scheer, Natasha Leggero and others get a little wacky at Season 2 premiere of "Burning Love"; Naomi Watts helps honor Ang Lee at the Visual Effects Society Awards; George Lucas gives Steven Spielberg bunny ears at the Dedication of the Sumner M. Redstone Production Building; Jordin Sparks brunches with the producers of the Grammys; the cast of "The Walking Dead" spends an evening with the Television Academy—get these highlights and more from Tuesday's top events in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
We love to get down at a crazy party as much as the next guy, but sometimes we're just in the mood to listen to some pretty bluesy rock tunes and dreamily sway our hips. Feelin' us? Well then you should be stoked to know that M. Ward (the musician known for being one half of indie duo She & Him) is playing a show on Thursday, Feb. 7th at the beautiful Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles and we are giving away one pair of tickets! More»
Now that the rumor mill has mercifully come to a screeching halt with the release of the Coachella 2013 lineup, it's time to stop talking hypotheticals and holograms and discuss the living, breathing artists set play this year. Like many who were under the impression The Rolling Stones were playing, our jaws are still halfway to the floor in utter confusion by the headliner choices (uh, the Stone Roses? Someone lost a bet. That's the only way that makes sense.). Despite that highly perturbing part of the bill, there are plenty of other performers we are very stoked about on the lineup. Following last week's selection of Day 1 and Day 2 artists, here are the Day 3 artists we're most excited to see on Sunday, April 14th and 21st at Coachella 2013.
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Jenna Elfman, Jessica Chastain, Naomi Watts
So many outfits, good and bad, can happen in a single day. Thankfully, celebrities decided to spare us of the fug and deliver some sartorially superior red carpet looks to appreciate at the many events in L.A. yesterday. In fact, working her way towards total redemption for that Golden Globes tragedy, Jessica Chastain wowed us in two different ensembles, securing the title of yesterday's fashion MVP. See her and our other selections for Best Dressed Guests in these top six looks from last night.
Jennifer Lawrence, Naomi Watts, Steven Spielberg, and others celebrate the Academy Award nominees with The Hollywood Reporter at Spago; Bradley Cooper, Anne Hathaway, Robert De Niro and a bevy of other A-listers enjoy a luncheon honoring the Academy Award nominees; Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy attend the premiere for their new movie Identity Thief; The Misshapes spin the RVCA Swimwear Launch Party—get the lowdown on L.A.'s top Monday events in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
While everyone was gearing up for the big game on Sunday, the movie about the big game, Wreck-It Ralph, was sweeping the 40th Annual Annie Awards in Westwood. The awards show honored the best in animated film and television, drawing everyone from Seth Green and Alan Tudyk to Lucille Bluth (AKA Jessica Walter) among the many who showed up to accept honors.
Artist Curtis Kulig and his House of Hearts Pop-Up Shop featuring his exclusive Love Me collaboration with Urban Outfitters received a very warm welcome to Space 15 Twenty as it began its two-week stay. Arriving just in time for Valentine's Day, take a look at how House of Hearts and the collection based on Kulig's signature Love Me design were celebrated with the help of a synth-soaked performance by Sky Ferreira at Friday night's opening party.
Sunday, March 9
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.