Lauren Jauregui just blew our minds with her style game at the Harpers BAZAAR celebration of the 150 Most Fashionable Women last night (January 27) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The Fifth Harmony singer dolled up in the coolest and hottest velvet crushed dress, looking amazing, as always.
PLL star Troian Bellisario also hit the event, showing off her new shorter hair style, while Elle Fanning tried to bring back a little 80s with her shoulderpads.
Not sure if that’s actually going to make a comeback (we hope it doesn’t), but we love how she has a fearless style.
Zoey Deutch and Alexandra Shipp are also pictured at the event below.
FYI: Troian is wearing La Perla. Zoey wore a Versace suit. Lauren wore a Jocelyn coat, Nicholas dress and Jimmy Choo shoes.
Elle Fanning got all dolled up for 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
The 18-year-old actress joined her co-stars Logan Lerman, Blake Jenner, Michelle Monaghan, and Margaret Qualley at the party for their film Sidney Hall at the Acura Studio on Wednesday (January 25) in Park City, UT.
The movie follows Sidney Hall, who finds accidental success and unexpected love at an early age, then disappears without a trace.
Also pictured below: Logan stops by the Cinema Cafe at Filmmaker Lodge.
FYI: Margaret is wearing Sandro pants.
25+ pics inside of the Sidney Hall cast at Sundance… More Here! »
How cool is that fact? Dakota and Elle Fanning are the first sister actresses EVER to be featured on the cover of Vanity Fair‘s annual Hollywood issue!
Dakota and Elle have been impressing everyone on the big screen since they babies and it’s only right for them to be featured along the likes of Emma Stone, Ruth Negga, Natalie Portman and more on the 2017 cover this year.
“Instrumental roles in Maleficent, as Princess Aurora, and as the exasperated daughter in Trumbo didn’t quite prep viewers for the one-two whammo of 2016’s The Neon Demon and 20th Century Women,” the mag writes of Elle‘s impact on cinema.
They add for Dakota, “Like her younger sister, Elle, Dakota looks dreamily evocative of days past, a convincing sojourner in the punk 70s (as Cherie Currie in The Runaways), the stuffily repressed Victorian era (Effie Gray), and the revolutionary 60s (Ewan McGregor’s adaptation of Philip Roth’s novel American Pastoral).”
Check out the full cover below now!
Elle Fanning shows off her cute style with a giant bow-tie while attending Glamour and Girldaze‘s luncheon celebrating films powered by women at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival on Tuesday (January 24) in Park City, Utah.
Also in attendance at the event was Zoey Deutch, who was one of the co-hosts for the luncheon. She is in town with two movies at the festival and she was joined by mom Lea Thompson and Before I Fall director Ry Russo-Young.
Zoey spoke to WWD at the festival to explain how doing press there is so much different than for other movies.
“Generally when you are doing movie press, you are holed up in a room and you don’t see sunlight for 13 hours and this is so beautiful,” she said while looking out a window at the snowy scenery.
FYI: Zoey is wearing an A.L.C. sweater and pants.
Elle Fanning has arrived at Sundance and is busy promoting her new film Sidney Hall!
The 18-year-old actress was joined at the IMDb Studio featuring the Filmmaker Discovery Lounge presented by Amazon Video Direct by co-stars Michelle Monaghan, Blake Jenner, and Logan Lerman. Director Shawn Christensen and producer Jonathan Schwartz were also in attendance for the event! The film will premiere at the festival later in the week.
The film follows Sidney Hall (Lerman), who finds accidental success and unexpected love at an early age, then disappears without a trace.
Also pictured inside: Elle arriving in Utah for the festival the day before, and shopping in Beverly Hills over the weekend. More Here! »
There are a ton of siblings, who, when you look at them, you can’t tell are related — Elle Fanning and sister Dakota are not two of those siblings.
The former sister, who stars in the upcoming Live By Night, chatted with Elle UK in her recent cover story about working with Dakota in an upcoming film sometime.
“We’d love to not play sisters,” she shared, confessing, “But everyone says we look so alike.”
Elle added, “We don’t see it – so maybe it’d be hard.”
We definitely see it!
Elle is also pictured below running a few errands in Los Angeles on Wednesday (January 18).
FYI: Elle is wearing an Inhabit coat.
Austin Swift looked so sharp at the Live By Night premiere!
The 24-year-old actor and younger brother of Taylor Swift had a small role in the new flick.
Austin was joined at the premiere by his co-stars Elle Fanning, Ben Affleck, Zoe Saldana and Sienna Miller as they hit the red carpet on Monday night (January 10) at TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Other attendees at the event included Matt Damon and his wife Luciana Barroso as well as Maria Menounos and Christina Milian.
Live by Night was released Christmas day and is now in theaters.
FYI: Zoe is wearing J Mendel. Sienna is wearing Gucci. Austin is wearing Gucci.
10+ pictures inside from the Live by Night premiere…
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Elle Fanning is on the cover of Elle UK‘s February 2017 issue, which hits newsstands tomorrow, January 10!
The 18-year-old actress spoke about limiting her social media presence, her friend group, and more! Here’s what she shared…
On avoiding exes on social media: “It’s so hard in this era when an ex is only a text away. Back in the day they had to work up the courage to call on the phone, talk to your parents, and when you broke up you didn’t see them again. But now, between Snapchat and Instagram, you can see everything – especially them with a new partner. But it’s damaging so you have to stop… I have high anxiety and I’m on my phone constantly, so I find myself comparing myself to others.”
On limiting her social media presence: “I recently turned my Instagram public on my 18th birthday, but I still don’t post everything I do, and I’m not on Twitter or Facebook. You have to leave a little mystery. With old movie stars, all you saw were rare interviews where they only shared what they wanted to – that’s what made them so interesting. You could separate the characters from the women, so if you watch them on screen you’re not thinking about what they had for breakfast.”
On selecting friendships: “I’m not someone that has a lot of friends. I see people who have many friends and get really jealous. I have a good core of three or four friends who are really close to me.”
The February issue of ELLE UK is on sale January 10. Visit www.elleuk.com for more content!