Summer music festival season officially kicks off this weekend as Coachella gets underway. While you might be ready to rock, you might not be ready to pack. For the last minute fashionistas out there, or those of you who haven’t planned your look for weekend two, here’s some Coachella style inspiration.
All the eye-catching and elaborate costumes you’ve seen Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs wear onstage since the beginning of the band were created by her friend and design compatriot Christian Joy.
Although 2011 was officially The Year of Adele, she’s still going strong two years later on the cover of ELLE’s Women In Music Issue.
Beyoncé has officially been named an honorary chairperson at the 2013 Costume Institute Gala. The annual event, held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, is often called fashion’s Oscars with the rich and famous pulling out all the stops in honor of style.
This morning, March 9, Vogue UK posts that unconfirmed rumors are swirling in the fashion world that Adele has commissioned one of her favorite British designers, Jenny Packham, to design her wedding dress for a late summer/early fall wedding.
Since the 2012 MTV VMAs, Katy Perry and her stylist Johnny Wujeck have been cultivating a new, more sophisticated red carpet silhouette for the bombshell: the column gown.
The world will be seeing more and more of Mrs. Carter as H&M roll out a new summer campaign for their H&M for Water collection. The first ad featuring superstar Beyoncé has been revealed, with more on the way.
Say goodbye to Emma! Lady Gaga is now riding around town in style thanks to her one of a kind 24-Karat gold wheelchair.
Diamonds are forever, but couture fashion is for a girl’s world tour — or so Rihanna’s partnership with Givenchy indicates.
Dressing for the stage lets a performer break all the rules. From the over-the-top costumes of characters like Lady Gaga and Katy Perry to the sparkly, personality driven style of Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift. More low-key pop girls, like 2013 GRAMMY nominee Britt Nicole, keep it simple enough to go from stage to real life.