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No one ever said modeling was an easy job, and if they did, they'd be wrong because have you seen these gals? It's pretty clear that, for some bowlegged beauties, walking in a straight line in heels can be a total bitch.
Appropriately, just in time for New York Fashion Week, style icon and male model "Zoolander" takes in the best supermodel FAILS on all the interwebs (already a classic viral compilation), and laughs til it hurts. And he's brought the whole gang with him to point, stare, and cackle, including David Bowie, Tyson Beckford, and Owen Wilson. Will Ferrell says it best when, as Jacobim Mugatu, he whines that he feels like he's "taken crazy pills," which may very well be the case if you watch enough of these gaffes in a row.
Because, hey, sometimes putting one foot in front of the other and looking really angry (or just very, very hungry) is a really tough job, you guys! Zoolander gets it!
Being a princess also means being a fashion plate — just ask Kate Middleton.
Now, fictitious princesses also get the paparazzi treatment, courtesy of luxury U.K. department store Harrods. For their Christmas window displays, the store went with a Disney princess gone couture theme, decking models out in high fashion versions of their cartoon garb.
Buzzfeed has gorgeous pictures of the princesses' updated looks, and we've grabbed a few for your viewing pleasure, below.
Alas, "The Twilight Saga" is coming to an end. Over the past several years, we've learned to love Bella, Edward, Jacob and crew, and we're sad to bid them all adieu. But, for four movies, we've loved their style … and "Breaking Dawn – Part 2" won't be breaking that streak.
In fact, as vampires and wolves come together from all over the world to protect Renesmee, an enemy in the Volturi isn't the only thing they have in common. Every character, whether vampire, wolf, or half-vampire-half-human, has a tremendous fashion sense. From fur pieces to casual attire and unique jewelry, these supernatural creatures sure know how to dress.
Arcade games may be best known for fun, simple action, with crazy imaginary characters and plots, but never did we think that we'd garner so much style inspiration from said characters. "Wreck-It Ralph" throws a medley of video game characters together and, while we love that Ralph is trying to turn over a new leaf, we may love his overalls even more.
Meanwhile, many of the ladies he encounters evoke images of the now-infamous manic pixie dream girl. Which is to say that they are super-snappy, ultra-feminine dressers. We're talkin' killer printed tights and adorable skirt after adorable skirt.
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Nothing is more elusive than the CIA. Seriously, even their clothes are sometimes elusive. Thankfully, there's "Argo," which offers us a glimpse of what happens behind the closed doors of the top-secret agency... or, at least, what happened 40 years ago.
Ben Affleck, who stars, directs and produces the film, has been assigned the risky task of extracting six Americans from the Canadian ambassador's home in Iran in the midst of a revolution in 1979. What does he do? Pretend he's shooting a cheesy sci-fi flick, of course! In other words, in addition to a killer political thriller based on a true story, we get a heavy dose of late '70s fashion. Still, we had no problem finding inspiration for men and women alike from the suits, ties and timepieces sported in this hotly-anticipated film.
Check out the latest Get the Goods for similar and updated looks from the movie. Time is of the essence.
Looking at the hairstyles in movies from the 1970s is one thing, but seeing our favorite current actors and actresses sporting the 'dos for movies can be quite another.
With super-now stars like Bryan Cranston and Ben Affleck going back in time for "Argo" this week — not to mention the unforgettable images of Tom Hardy in "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy," Mark Wahlberg in "Invincible," and then some — we figured it was high time we paid homage to some sleek '70s sideburns from movies made in this millennium.
In other words, we've put together a whole gallery of stars with chops... in chops.
The singing, dancing and performances by Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and crew aren't the only things perfect in "Pitch Perfect."
You see, the Bellas aren't your typical college a capella group, and aspiring deejay Beca isn't your typical freshman. Once she reluctantly joins the group, she mixes up more than just their music — she takes their style to the next level.
Not unlike the music itself, "Pitch Perfect" is filled with outfits for your everyday life, ones we have to confess we're already trying to snatch up ourselves. Check out the latest Get the Goods to find out which stores we'll be aca-hitting.
Charlie may be a the strong, silent type, but the "Perks of Being a Wallflower" protagonist knows a thing or two about style... and we're not just talking about his ability to write letters to an unknown friend.
Logan Lerman's character knows the finer points of wearing a suit, while his more outgoing friends, played by Ezra Miller, Emma Watson and Mae Whitman rock some decidedly looks ranging from punk rock to totally preppy. And, despite the fact that the film takes place in the early 1990s, the fashions of the film — like the themes — still totally translate.
Check out the latest Get the Goods for some of our favorite looks from the movie.
We all know that every family has their own problems, but when you have three sisters that become Motown sensations trying to handle their newfound fame, it's a whole other world of issues. Meet the Williams sisters Sparkle (Jordin Sparks), Dolores (Tika Sumpter) and Sister (Carmen Ejogo) and their single mother Emma (the late, great Whitney Houston).
"Sparkle" may be jam-packed with stars and huge voices, but it's also filled with the glamorous dresses and styles of the '60s that look so fabulous even today.
Check out the latest Get the Goods to see how that talented Williams family has inspired us to ring up quite the credit card bill.
Gotham is under attack by the loathsome terrorist Bane (Tom Hardy), but luckily, Batman (Christian Bale) and Catwoman (Anne Hathaway) are there to suit up and punch back. As the last of Christopher Nolan's Batman films, "The Dark Knight Rises" promises to be action-packed and more hard-hitting than ever.
While we appreciate the willingness to limit the use of green screens in certain scenes (which means the use of real gas bombs and explosives), we're also thankful for the fashionable nod to great style. Bale and Hathaway don't just look good in their superhero duds and, let's be honest, that Alfred (Michael Caine) and Fox (Morgan Freeman) are dapper dudes.
Check out the latest Get the Goods for sweet looks similar to those in the film, as well as some killer superhero-inspired outfits.
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