Ava DuVernay impresses each time she opens her mouth. This woman doesn’t just talk the talk but she walks the walk on issues others only peep at. She spoke to the HFPA about Queen Sugar, which can be seen on OWN. She created and executive produced the show as well as directed some of the episodes. We love her smarts and we love her shoes.
Kofi Scribe stars in Queen Sugar. Only 22 years old he talks with an old soul and is worth tuning in to watch. We loved his dapper duds. It takes courage and know-how to be this stylish and own the hue. He has the potential to be a fashion icon.
There’s a reason Oprah is Oprah. The woman speaks in quotes you want to write down. She’s a legend, creating her own network when women and minorities were fighting for room at the table. We love her solid, figure-hugging top and feminine floral skirt. Her new show on OWN is Greenleaf.
Innocent, demure, angelic – from Carrie Mathieson’s Homeland? Just an example of how clothing can create any image you want. Claire Danes always looks ravishing and she credits her stylist Petra Flannery with creating her look.
To dress like you have Billions is an art – and Damian Lewis shows us how, with a navy shirt, trousers and blue-grey jacket. And yup. It does look a lot like what he wore a few weeks ago – but we LIKE that. Who says every event requires a no-repeat? You like it? You reuse it.
The Affair’s Joshua Jackson goes casual with a crinkled shirt with a subtle herringbone trouser in a grey and black blend.
And we better say nice things about Liev Schreiber’s blue and grey in case we trigger his inner Ray Donovan
Eddie Murphy is a legend. A lightweight long sleeved Tee teamed with black jeans, slim fit, shows his muscular frame with an 'I’m not trying’ feel. The star of Mr. Church always looks amazing.
Emily Blunt is a woman on the edge in Girl on a Train. The always-fashionable new American loves color and is perfect in the trending feminine shape of a tailored bodice with flared skirt. The slim belt cinched at the waist. Note the non-styled styled hair.
Florals, patterns, flowing frocks – it’s fall and the fashions we predicted a year ago are starting to dominate. Haley Bennett shows us how.
Jared Harris of The Crown shows how to be impeccable. Portraying King George VI, he brings warmth to the father of Queen Elizabeth, while showing understated style and sharing naughty stories about his legendary dad, Richard.
We are at one of the most relaxed fashion moments. One look is on the wane, the other exerting itself. That means freedom of expression is the watchword of the day.
Ruth Wilson (The Affair) – wears the classic high waist with skinny belt and turtleneck – this will become the uniform of the next few years.
Always idiosyncratic, Tea Leoni never fails to delight. Here the star of Madam Secretary balances fitted jeans with a single button lightly fitted jacket with light trim. The crew neck Tee is perfect with the tailored jacket.
The Crown’s Claire Foy wears trainers with a combo of body suit/overall. The trousers are wide, but the outfit is nipped at the waist. A white crew neck actually makes this a little more official – as does the hair. The trousers are short cropped. The look shouldn’t work but it does.
Men are still trending blue, while women continue to embrace flowers, textures, and march to the beat of their own drum.