Macaulay Culkin was spotted out and about with 29-year-old actress (and rumoured girlfriend) Brenda Song at Craig’s in Los Angeles on Sunday evening, and although the 36-year-old appeared a bit shy in front of the cameras, he looked a good 10 years younger with his new haircut.The “Home Alone” star has keep his natural blonde locks long and unruly throughout the years, so the fresh cut allowed cameras to get the first good look at Culkin’s face in a long time.The former child star was also seen picking up cigarettes as a gas station on Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood on Monday — a tad less camera shy on this occasion, and we get a better look at Culkin’s youthful features before he heads back to a car waiting outside. The “Richie Rich” star sat in the back of the vehicle with Song, the actress who played London Tipton on the “Suite Life Of Zack and Cody,” while fellow actor Seth Green sat in the front. Song and Culkin will star in the upcoming flick “Changeland,” a dramedy written and directed by Green.Culkin most recently appeared in the TV series “The Jim Gaffigan Show,” but the last movie he starred in was in 2007, “Sex and Breakfast.”What do you think of Macaulay Culkin’s new ‘do — does it cut years off his age? Scroll through for more images of Culkin as well as other major celeb hair transformations!ALSO SEE:Alicia Keys debuts fiery orange box braids15-year-old Kaia Gerber looks exactly like mom Cindy Crawford with new hairdoSarah Jessica Parker ditches her long hair, gets a chic lobLet us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
Having recently walked the Vanity Fair Oscar Party red carpet with a pin-straight platinum bob (and inspiring us to fire up our straightening irons), Katy Perry has us rethinking our looks again with the debut of a new shaggy crop. The artfully messy pixie style—courtesy of Chris McMillan—accentuates her bone structure and gives us major Natalie Imbruglia […]
Celebrities are a constant source of style inspiration, whether they’re strolling out of Chiltern Firehouse in a laid-back look or parading down the red carpet in Hollywood dripping in diamonds. But, sometimes, they do get it wrong - as we all do.Feast your eyes on this week’s best and worst looks - and the brand’s behind the winning, and questionable, ensembles. Which look’s your favourite? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.
On Sunday night, Katy Perry chose to attend the American Country Music Awards over the iHeartRadio Music Awards with her pop peers — and she dressed the part.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, right, and musician Demi Lovato acknowledge the cheering crowd at a rally on the campus of University of Iowa Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016, in Iowa City, Iowa. Since Demi Lovato gained confidence last summer, she shed layers — literally and figuratively. Invited by the Democratic candidate to help win over young women and millennial voters in Iowa where her opponent Bernie Sanders is gaining ground, Lovato preached Clinton’s competence to a crowd of fans at the University of Iowa.
Katy Perry at the Change Begins Within: A David Lynch Foundation Benefit Concert in New York City. Photo: On the Fall 2015 runways, sleeves were the biggest trend. Embellishment, volume, bells, flares, fur-lined, and flouncy sleeves were all statements from designers such as Chanel, Christopher Kane, Dior, Marni, and more. Photo: On Wednesday night, the highest paid female musician in 2015 ($135 million — take that, Taylor Swift!) walked the red carpet before performing at Change Begins Within: A David Lynch Foundation Benefit Concert in New York City wearing a black jumpsuit with bat wings.
In Hollywood circles, birthdays are kind of a big deal (even on non-milestone years). Kanye West surprised his wife, Kim Kardashian West, with a screening of Jobs; Olivier Rousteing invited his entire #BalmainArmy to celebrate in Los Angeles clad in clothes he designed; Russell Wilson got Beyoncé to dress up as Storm from X-Men for Ciara’s 30th; and just about everyone else flies to Las Vegas for an all-expenses paid party in their honor. But Katy Perry was more political for her big day — literally — by choosing to spend her 31st stumping in Iowa for Hillary Clinton. At a rally, the singer was introduced to the crowd by former President Bill Clinton before taking the stage. "Look, I don’t want to talk long, because I have never been the warm-up act for Katy Perry before. I am well aware I am the warm-up act,“ he said. Then, wearing a white gown with a Hillary 2016 logo on the chest, an American flag cape, and blue and red turban, she performed hits including "America the Beautiful,” “Firework,” “Wide Awake,” and “Roar.” That night, Perry was the honored guest of the 2015 Democratic presidential candidate at the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner where she changed into a navy blue strapless dress with a red arrow belt. Throughout her weekend in the Hawkeye State, Perry took over Hillary’s Instagram account, posting photos of #ImWithHer nail art, “POTUS” jewelry, and several selfies. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Katy Perry was on theme in 2010 wearing a CuteCircuit gown lined with LEDs. Photo: Getty Images Fashion and technology have come a long way in the past few years. There’s Google Glass, solar panel-embellished clothes to charge electronics, rings that vibrate upon receiving a text message, and bracelets that track nearly everything happening in the human body. All of this — and so much more — will most likely be on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art come May 2016 when the Costume Institute opens “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.”
Landing a September cover is like winning a gold medal in fashion. It’s the most important issue of the year—fatter, juicier, and stuffed full of more Fashion (yes, with a capital F) than any other. Vogue’s intimate documentary, “The September Issue,” hammered the point home when it was released in 2009. So who’s scored one so far? Beyonce wears Marc Jacbs on the cover of Vogue, for which she also made as hot film. Elle is celebrating their 30th anniversary with four different covers of a newly pregnant Keira Knightley. Vanity Fair crowned Taylor Swift both cover star and best dressed. Miley Cyrus may or may not have a bone to pick with said country gone pop star in Marie Claire. And Redbook (stick with us here) has really shaken things up with six women you’ve never seen before and the tag line “Real Women, Real Style Tips.”Of course, you could argue that all of the women (and men) on the covers are “real,” but that’s an entirely different debate. For now, click through to see the most-talked about covers of the year.
Madonna changed from one custom-made Givenchy matador outfit into another. Pharrell went from an athletic shorts suit to a Grand Budapest Hotel-like bellman outfit. Ariana Grande’s “Just a Little Bit of Your Heart” performance was sultry yet sweet.