A cool suit, a killer pair of shades and some sharp shoes are the key touchstones of the agents of "Men in Black III," but that's not the only awesome style being rocked.
Sure, Agent J (Will Smith) and Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones / Josh Brolin) bring it with the business attire, but the ladies — and even the extra-terrestrials! — also know how to keep it cool and sleek while protecting the world. Agent O (Alice Eve) manages to be sexy while completely ladylike and professional, and Lily Poison uses her form-fitting frock and fab sense of accessorizing as a fierce weapon.
As for the aliens? Well, see for yourself as you click through our latest, otherworldly Get the Goods column.
Whether you like Marvel comics, superheroes, attractive people, action-packed films, or any combination of the above, then "The Avengers" is THE movie that you've been waiting for. But, if you like fashion, yep! It's still the movie for you.
That's right. Fashion. And we're not just talking about Iron Man's gloves, Nick Fury's coat and Thor's headgear.
Of course, those are a great jumping off point, but we let Captain America, the Hulk and Black Widow be our inspirations for some super-sleek looks. See what we came up with in our latest Get the Goods.
It goes without saying that every relationship has its ups and downs. However, in the latest rom-com, "The Five-Year Engagement," Tom Solomon (Jason Segel) and Violet Barnes (Emily Blunt) take it to the next level with a dramatically stretched out engagement period.
On the bright side, we get to reap the rewards as we get to see several of their stylish — and sometimes humorous — fashion choices over the years.
Ranging from casual collegiate gear to fun mini frocks, there's something for every bride or groom-t0-be (or maid-of-honor and best man to-be as well) in our latest Get the Goods.
In Nicholas Sparks' latest book-turned-movie hit, "The Lucky One," we get to swoon over Zac Efron and Taylor Schilling. But their sizzling romance wasn't the only thing that drew us to this movie.
We're totally inspired by the relaxed North Carolinian style the two actors take on. And, seeing as we're about to hit some scorching summer months of our own, we can't wait to rock some of the looks we saw on the big screen.
Check out the latest Get the Goods column for some romance-inspired smooth Southern styles so cool even city dwellers will want 'em.
Thanks to visionary director Tarsem Singh, we're getting a brightly-colored spin on the classic Snow White tale with "Mirror Mirror."
And, with Julia Roberts as The Queen, Lily Collins as Snow White and Armie Hammer as Prince Alcott, you know those bright colors are coming in the form of set design and, of course, fashion. From bouffant gowns to Elizabethan-influenced clothing, we were entranced by the costumes and couldn't help but wonder what the modern-day fairytale characters would wear.
Alas, our latest Get the Goods can help you realize our visions (and sketch out your shopping list).
As the costume designer for "The Hunger Games," Judianna Makovsky drew inspiration from fashion legends like Elsa Schiaparelli and Alexander McQueen. Obviously, the citizens of the Capitol could afford such pricey wares.
But for most citizens of the rest of Panem — and the modern-day United States — a fortune for a pair of fabulous, Effie Trinket-like shoes isn't exactly in the budget.
But have no fear. Get the Goods is here!
We've searched far and wide for District 12-priced fashions and beauty products that would make even Capitol citizens drool, all inspired by the Jennifer Lawrence-starring movie. If you're a fan of the movie or books, consider this your very early holiday wish list.
At first glance, you wouldn't think an extraterrestrial civil war would be much of a fashion story, but boy would you be wrong!
While the inhabitants of "John Carter" showed off oodles of bare skin (no complaints here!), we were mesmerized by the incredible jewelry worn by Martian princess Dejah Thoris (Lynn Collins) and thought John Carter's (Taylor Kitsch) leather harnesses could make for some pretty rockin' belts.
Whether your an accessories goddess or neophyte, we promise this week's Get the Goods column for "John Carter" is filled with cool and covetable goodies. And we can also promise it won't cost you anywhere near the massive budget of the sci-fi epic. Click away!
We hear it's not easy being green, but being orange? That's a cakewalk.
This week's new animated film, "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" — featuring voices from Danny DeVito, Taylor Swift, Zac Efron and Betty White — makes a great case for saving trees ... and wearing the aforementioned bright hue.
In addition to inspiring us to fill our closet with sunny, orange goodness, the human characters, while still animated, have a little fashion pizazz in them as well.
It seems like a stretch — we get it — but you should see for yourself in our latest Get the Goods column. Just be sure to have your credit card handy (even if only to make a donation to save the trees).
Can you imagine ditching an urban jungle like New York City for a not-so-urban forest and a bunch of hippies?
Neither can we, but that's exactly what Linda (Jennifer Aniston) and George (Paul Rudd) had to do when they faced unemployment in the movie "Wanderlust."
As they traveled in search of a new home, our minds followed their changes in fashion, which were reflective of where they were. Ultimately, as they end up in "Hippie Land," we were submersed in a world fringe and skin-baring clothing.
Even if that hippie-like style doesn't particularly appeal to you, Linda and George manage a few looks that could work for just about anyone. See for yourself in our the latest Get the Goods — you won't have to go far to score the hip looks from "Wanderlust."
We might have an equally difficult time choosing between FDR (Chris Pine) and Tuck (Tom Hardy) as Lauren (Reese Witherspoon) does in "This Means War." And not just because they're both so good looking.
FDR and Tuck are both such snappy dressers!
And, of course, Lauren would appreciate that do the hilt — in Christian Louboutin, Herve Leger, Hermes and others, she's a pretty stylish lady herself.
We don't need a sex tiebreaker to know that this week's Get the Goods reads like a post-Valentine's Day shopping list for men and women alike.