From the Mickey Mouse Club to 'N Sync to bonafide pop legend, Justin Timberlake has had quite the career. Perhaps equally as impressive, however, are his bold fashion choices. In honor of JT's 34th birthday on Jan. 31, we've rounded up all the times he brought sexy back, from a velour jumpsuit to a sleek suit and tie.
When she's not busy playing badass Olivia Pope on 'Scandal,' Kerry Washington can be found killing it on the red carpet. In celebration of the actress' 38th birthday on Jan. 31, we've put together her top 15 best style moments to date.
During Paris Couture Week, the designer revealed his new collaboration with Swarovski that, well, rocks.
She's never been one to play it safe (remember that Oscars dress?), but now the new director says she's decided to entertain herself with fashion.
As the NFL continues to have more of a style presence, the league can rest assured that it already has a fan in Jordin Sparks, who chatted with us about her love of fashion and football.
It's for a good cause — namely the #SmearforSmear campaign, which advocates the importance of having regular cervical screening with Pap smear tests.
It's as goop as it gets, folks.
The pop singer didn't feel so "fancy" about the shoe brand's creative direction on their upcoming collaboration.
Jean Touitou has released a statement.
The Kitchy Kitchen's Claire Thomas dishes on the best game-day grub (beer brownies included!) that are bound to earn major points with your pals.
While appearing on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show,' the rapper-fashion designer noted that Adidas has allowed him to have complete creative freedom for his new sneaker line, unlike his previous deal with Nike which made him feel "suffocated."
'Blame The Stylist' from the singer's new album offers a searing counterpoint to today's stylist culture.
Peter Philips, Dior Makeup's creative and image director, breaks it down for us.
The fashion designer's new tome is expected to drop this fall.
Despite being a celebrated human rights lawyer, she still has to answer red-carpet questions during her day job.
Not only are the celeb-heavy fashion events — one hosted by Anna Wintour, the other by Karl Lagerfeld — both scheduled on May 4, they're also held halfway around the world from each other.
The fashion designer was best known for introducing Enkalure nylon knit fashions to the industry.
As the cover star for this week's The Hollywood Reporter, the actress glams it up in Givenchy and Louis Vuitton. Her stylist tells us the inspiration behind these looks.
The filmmaker and longtime collaborator has created a bar, inspired by classic Italian cafes, for the opening of Fondazione Prada's new Milan venue in May.
With five half-marathons already under her belt, it's only fitting that the performer stars in the athletic brand's latest ad.
The brand has pulled the plug, following A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou's use of racial slurs during its menswear presentation.
Get ready: The Angels are returning to the small screen on Feb. 26.
Hard to believe, but the 'House of Cards' star hasn't been to a runway presentation since 1984.
The supermodel shares her thoughts on today's Instagram-famous models. And they're not exactly welcoming.
The reality star-turned-runway model and her momager worked very similar styles on and off the catwalk.
The founder apparently got approval from Kanye West for the idea behind his latest collection.
The halftime show performer's prep includes the perfect pregame pedi, obviously.
You get no forks, no knives, no plates and no napkins -- just a butcher's apron and your bare hands, and as much steak as you can stomach.
With nearly 100 events surrounding awards season (think nomination announcement days and actual awards shows big and small), the need for hair and makeup knows no bounds.
The stars busted out fancy footwear — metallic Tom Ford stilettos and Sophia Webster red satin pumps, included — for the long walk down Sunday's red carpet.
The fashion all-star's makeup artist, Nick Barose, shared that he "wanted the lips to be 'Gone With the Wind,' but modern." Mission accomplished.
His groomer, Johnnie Sapong, shares the steps you can DIY at home. Enjoy.
Tina Craig, co-founder of Snob Essentials, selects the best bags from Sunday's red carpet.
In honor of the 24-year-old's new gig as Belle in the live-action Disney classic 'Beauty and the Beast,' we're celebrating the British star's best style moments yet.
The British hottie is now sporting shaved sides, while still keeping his hair long (a la Jared Leto's luscious locks).
Her makeup guru, Kate Lee, tells us how she also gave the actress a natural glow for Sunday evening's award show.
Following her appearance in a sexy Versace gown at the Globes, the actress made heads turn (again) in a red-hot cocktail dress while attending the house's haute couture show on Monday.
The 'Cake' actress must be into the statement-making piece; she's already rocked the necklace at two award shows.
Hairstylist Ben Skervin reveals the secret behind the actress' effortless waves.
The L.A.-based designer's "The Paris Sessions" collection had that je ne sais quoi. And the actress was digging it.
Bold colors in emerald, eggplant and cobalt were all the rage at the 21st annual SAG Awards red carpet on Sunday night.
Bold lips, bold brows, can't lose.
The 'Birdman' actor is the latest to embrace the manly updo.
The 'Orphan Black' star is one of the first to wear the designer's creations on the carpet since his passing.
Emma Stone, Keira Knightley and Tatiana Maslany were all blinged out during Sunday's award show.
There were plenty of white diamonds, but it was colored gems that made the biggest impact on the SAGs carpet Sunday night.
And he’s not the only actor at the SAG Awards with a slicked-back mane.
Sarah Hyland and Laverne Cox used rhinestones and gold glitter to break up a carpet of natural nails.
"It's a match made in heaven," says Elizabeth Stewart of Roberts' red-carpet one-piece.
Following their sweeping appearance at the Golden Globes, ponytails are back on the SAG Awards carpet.
Three top French luxury brands each dressed two A-list stars on the SAGs red carpet.
Julianne Moore and Claire Danes stepped out in shades of emerald.
Keira Knightley and Amanda Peet opted for the royal hue during Sunday's award show.
The 'Cake' star's manicurist Tom Bachik spills the deets.
The 'Gone Girl' actress wore a voluminous high-low black dress.
Reese Witherspoon, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ariel Winter and Viola Davis took a cue from the Critics' Choice Awards trend playbook in shades of white on the red carpet.
The demure actress donned powder pink at Sunday evening's show.
The 'Cake' actress stepped out in a plunging gown and navel-grazing necklace.
The actress stunned in an off-the-shoulder navy gown.
Red-carpet all-star Emma Stone wore a fierce black dress.
The actress donned a custom-made corseted jumpsuit and black satin sandals.