p; jennifer lawrence

And Your Favorite Red Carpet Look Was...
It was Charlize vs. T.Swift in the last round

Best of 2016: Your Favorite Red Carpet Moment Was… (Drumroll, Please)

Four days later, and you’ve finally picked your winner.

Like we said before in our initial post, it’s been a tremendous year for red carpet style. We pit so many incredible fashion moments against each other—like Ciara’s ruffle-licious Roberto Cavalli dress vs. Beyoncé’s latex Givenchy number, Lily Collins’ couture Valentino vs. Selena Gomez’s Prada and Julianne Moore’s incredible sequined maxi vs. Brie Larson’s uber-feminine Oscars look—and you rose to the challenge by picking (or rather polling) an ultimate red carpet champion.

After additionally ruling out Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Taraji P. Henson, Jennifer Lawrence, Lily Collins and even Bella Hadid, you were down to the final two: Charlize Theron and Taylor Swift .

So who won? (Drumroll, please…)

It’s your girl, T.Swift!

Turns out, you’re not over that sultry Alexandre Vauthier number she wore to the Vanity Fair Oscars Party (and you may never be, judging from that 66.4 percent lead). 

my fave is "problematic"

I’m usually not one to rant about other people’s opinion but I’ve seen tons of “your fave is problematic” posts and it’s PISSING ME OFF!!!!

like I said I don’t want to disrespect other opinions but the next time you want to judge an actor/singer/… on her/his actions or statements please consider these:

  • they are just human beings
  • humans make mistakes
  • everyone is entitled to her/his own opinion
  • their opinion might change over time (a change of opinion doesn’t mean they want to “cover up their shit” or “improve their reputation”)
  • still supporting an actor/singer/… after they fucked something up doesn’t mean their fans are ignorant 

(I just needed to get this out)

“but jennifer lawrence was kidding!” she was being classist, cruel, ignorant, entitled, and elitist. does she not realize that her stupid comments could have caused someone their career? does she not realize that the financial stability she possesses, not every one is privileged enough to have?

full offense but that reporter had every right to be on their phone. whether it was to read a question, or just to look at news reports. her interruption and inability to drop the subject was childish and RUDE. ironic how she said that “you can’t live your whole life behind a screen” when the only reason she’s relevant is because of one.

Twice as Good: How Black Actresses Get Half the Recognition
For black actresses in Hollywood, the age gap for getting breakout roles means missing out on long careers and lucrative paydays.
By Nichole Perkins

“The film industry’s racial bias often means that it takes black actresses a longer time to achieve the same milestones as their white counterparts, even when they have the same or more experience.”


  1. Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton
  2. Jennifer Lawrence in Dior and Chopard jewelry
  3. Brie Larson in a Calvin Klein Collection dress and Tiffany & Co. jewelry
  4. Saoirse Ronan in Yves Saint Laurent Couture dress and Chopard jewelry
  5. Cate Blanchett in a Givenchy Haute Couture dress
  6. Tara P. Henson in a Stella McCartney
  7. Julianne Moore in a Tom Ford dress
  8. Kate Winslet in a Ralph Lauren Collection dress
  9. Jennifer Lopez in a Giambattista Valli Haute Couture dress
  10. Lady Gaga in a Versace dress

Joshifer+ Clapping Laughs on Jimmy Fallon