Do you still keep an argyle miniskirt in your closet? Are you sporting a short pixie haircut? Or maybe, you're all about Wayfarer sunglasses? If you said yes to any of these questions, then you have Hollywood to thank for your keen style. On Monday, Feb. 18 at 9/8c, TV Guide Network will spotlight these and more on Iconic Movie Looks, a brand-new one-hour special.
Planning to watch the Emmy Awards just to see what your favorite celebs are wearing? Then get ready to dissect the night's style with TVGuide Network's Emmy Awards Fashion Wrap.
Emmys host Jimmy Kimmel promises "biggest prank ever" and no disappearing act
During the special, host Ali Landry will be joined by The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Kyle Richards, hairstylist Tabatha Coffey and fashion designer Nick Verreos as they chat about all the nights' best and worst looks and offer their professional expertise on who deserves an award for their impeccable fashion and who should consider hiring a new stylist.
Looking to dissect all the best and worst outfits from Sunday's Golden Globe Awards?
As part of TV Guide Network's continuing coverage of awards season, Hollywood Moms Night's Ali Landry will be joined by Tabatha Coffey, Nick Verreos and Camille Grammer to chat about all the nights' best and worst looks.
Ali Fedotowsky; Ashley Hebert
What is the biggest piece of advice previous Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky has for Ashley Hebert? Make friends!
"Ashley is moving to New York and that could be hard for her because all [J.P.'s] friends are there, his life is there and she needs to blend in," Ali tells TVGuide.com. "Roberto and I definitely had our moments where we were at each other's throats because ... we only had each other. It's going to be important to not only make friends with his friends, but make her own friends."
Paulina Porizkova, Tabatha Coffey, Daisy Fuentes
Daisy Fuentes, supermodel Paulina Porizkova and hairstylist Tabatha Coffey have joined TV Guide Network's Oscars red carpet coverage.
Porizkova and Coffey will make their live red carpet debuts Sunday on Academy Awards Red Carpet with Chris Harrison, where they will discuss all of the night's best and ...
In anticipation of Hollywood's biggest night, TV Guide Network will celebrate the Academy Awards by looking back at the legendary fashions worn by film stars from the 1950s to today.
With insight from fashion experts Bob Mackie, Philip Bloch and Nick Verreos, Academy Awards: Iconic Stars, Legendary Fashions will show how important it is for designers to get A-list stars to wear their creations. (Had you heard of Elie Saab before Halle Berry wore this knockout gown?)
Check out photos of the 2010 Oscars red carpet arrivals
The one-hour special will also highlight...
What a week I have in front of me!
Before I hit the gym today — because you know I have to get my fitness on in order to get my tux on and be red carpet-ready this weekend — we have our first script read-through for TV Guide Network.
The sassy Tanika Ray, the consummate Chris Harrison and I will be going over our scripts and talking about the general way things will happen during this Sunday's Emmys pre-show, the potential clips — plus...
Start this year's 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards with TV Guide Network and TVGuide.com's red-carpet coverage — complete with celebrity interviews, fashion critiques and streaming online coverage of the red carpet.
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Television's biggest night kicks off with the Emmys Red Carpet Countdown, featuring predictions and pre-show excitement with Marc Istook, Tanika Ray and fashion expert Lawrence Zarian, starting at 5 ET/2 PT on Sunday, Aug. 29.
Then The Bachelor's Chris Harrison talks with ...
Heidi Klum, Project Runway
This is Heidi Klum's year of threes: The supermodel is 33 years old, expecting her third child and awaiting the third-season premiere of her other baby, Bravo's Project Runway (launching tonight with a 9 pm/ET casting special, followed by the first episode at 10). Not only has the reality show — in which 15 contestants compete for $100,000, a new car and an optional mentorship (this year with Macy's instead of Banana Republic) — been a surprise hit for Bravo, but Klum says success hasn't altered her intended purpose for it: to celebrate the hard work and talent it takes to create fashion.
"There have always been movies about fashion," Klum says of pop culture's fascination with the industry. "Fashion TV has been around for many, many years. You can go on the Metr