It took awhile, but Emily Blunt's InStyle spread is finally here!
We're not entirely sure what theme the mag's art directors were going for with this shoot, but we can confirm that the actress looks GORGEOUS, even in the shots with that gold firebird on the walls.
Kind of random, but whatever!
The 30-year-old wears more Burberry Prorsum in the spread, as well as some Prada, Emilio Pucci, Roberto Cavalli, and Fendi.
We're even feeling her damp, slicked-back hairstyle. It's different!
Peep the full spread in the gallery (below)!
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Will Victoria Beckham ever find herself on a worst-dressed list?
If that ever happens, rest assured that the end of the world is nigh.
Posh got her shop on at Barneys and Prada in NYC on Saturday in her new signature look of flared trousers, sleeveless Victoria Beckham Collection coat, and Chloe wedge heels.
We think it's safe to assume those Chloe wedges are extremely comfortable, as the 39-year-old cannot seem to be able to part with them!
A zip clutch and aviator sunnies, both from her line, completed her shopping ensem.
We're still holding out hope that the pob will reemerge sometime this summer!
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Let's go dancing!
Kate Bosworth had a swing in her step Wednesday night at the El Lay screening of her new flick Black Rock.
The 30 year old looked jaunty in a Miu Miu dress featuring a gray flared skirt and embellished bodice.
Metallic Prada pumps, red lips, and a sleek, pulled-back hairdo gave her the air of a prima ballerina — especially when she twirled around!
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After wowing us in a revealing gown at the Met Gala Monday night, Miranda Kerr covered up for a screening of The Great Gatsby in New York City on Tuesday.
For the VIP event, which included a Q&A with director and fellow Aussie Baz Luhrmann, the supermodel wore a floral print Vivienne Westwood jumpsuit and nude Alexander Wang sandals.
A sleek ponytail and white Prada handbag completed her look.
And in case you're wondering if the flick is worth seeing, Miranda the film critic tweeted out: "I just want to keep watching it again and again."
Maybe Orly will take you!
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Um, when did the theme change to "the ladies who brunch"?
Seems Renée Zellweger was a little confused at the Met Gala in this Prada dress.
The chocolate brown knee-length dress was faaaaAAAAAAaaaar from edgy - in fact, we'd even say it was way too conservative for such a high-fashion evening.
The cut of the dress along with the beaded embroidery gave off a bit of a tea party look, which isn't exactly what we were hoping for. And wait, is that a side tail she's wearing? Or is she just using a belt loop for her scarf?
Hair and makeup look cute, but the rest is YAWN!
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Rita Ora was a very bright shade of white as she stepped out of a moving vehicle in Notting Hill on Thursday.
To her credit, her double-layered tees, blazer, and skinnies did not have a single spot on them. J.Lo should ask her how she manages that! LOLz!
And though her hair looked slightly better than at the British Designers' Collective earlier in the day, we're getting pretty bored with Miz Ora's penchant for the head-to-toe white look.
At least her Marni sunglasses and Keith Haring for Reebok sneakers provided some variety.
But her shopping bags have us worried. Will Unkle Karl be okay with her dropping so much cash at Prada instead of Chanel!?
Tread carefully, Rita.
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Jay Gatsby would have been proud!
Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire were deliciously dapper for The Great Gatsby premiere in New York City last night.
Leo arrived solo wearing head-to-toe Prada, including a blue suit, tie, shirt and shoes.
Tobey looked almost identical to his BFF IRL wearing a darker navy Saint Laurent suit while his wife Jennifer Meyer matched him with a floral dress by the same designer.
They both look so dashing and stylish, they could have easily been ripped out of the 1920s era.
Well done, old sports!
[Image via C. Smith/Dan Jackman/WENN.]