Would You Leave the House in Pajamas-Esque Ensembles? | Hollywood yohana

Diane Kruger; Salma Hayek; Tilda Swinton
No need to pinch yourself. You're not dreaming. These fashionistas are all, in fact, wearing pajamas-esque outfits. We are all for dressing comfortably, but looking like you just rolled out of bed—literally!—is taking it a bit too far.
Tilda Swinton was the first to step out in the trend this year. Back in January, she attended a sleepover Pomellato event in Beverly Hills wearing an ivory silk Lanvin two-piece that resembled luxe PJs. Then, earlier this month, Salma Hayek took the concept of cozy jet-set attire seriously when she touched down in LAX after a long flight draped in maroon micro-dot Stella McCartney jammies. Most recently, Diane Kruger was spotted in West Hollywood rocking an emerald green nightshirt with cropped leather skinnies and blush-colored pointy pumps.
If it weren't for Diane aka our girl crush making the trend somewhat wearable, we would've written off the look.
What do you think? Are you going to RSVP to the pajama party? Vote below! Then, click in to see Jessica Alba at a premiere back in 2009 wearing printed Dolce & Gabbana loungewear that would make Hugh Hefner proud!


Soar to Fashionable New Heights With Eagle Accessories | Hollywood yohana

Katie Holms, Emma Stone, Beyonce Knowles

TREND: Lanvin's eagle accessories
WHO'S WEARING IT: Katie Holmes, Emma Stone and Beyoncé
WHY WE LOVE IT: The accessories add an edgy feel to classic dresses.

HOW TO WEAR IT: The only rule of thumb to teaming a bold eagle with a simple frock? Don't pair it with a printed number, because that will distract from the stunning statement maker! That being said, the beauty of this trend is that it can be teamed with elegant pieces à la Emma Stone or a work day look, like Beyoncé's chic navy blue dress.


Kate Winslet Takes the Plunge at Titanic 3D London Premiere | Hollywood yohana

Kate Winslet

Consider. Our. World. Rocked! The elegant Kate Winslet attended the Titanic 3D premiere in London wearing a plunging black Jenny Packham gown that featured eye-popping details. Talk about dressing for the occasion!

The frock's structured short sleeves were encrusted with stunning Swarovski crystals. It also had a flattering waist accent. Diamond jewelry played up the glittering embellishments on the dress.
Kate made sure her look was classy by teaming the flashy designer number with a retro, wavy updo and red lip.

If only Jack could see her now. He would definitely fall in love with his strong-willed Rose her all over again!
But the star's outfits weren't always so stellar. Remember when she attended the 1998 Academy Awards looking like she just stepped foot off of the sinking ship? See below!


Amber Heard Oozes Old Hollywood Glam at the Opera | Hollywood yohana

Amber Heard
Amber Heard

Scarlett Johansson, watch out! There's a new actress in Tinseltown who is dripping with Old Hollywood glam.
Oozing the kind of sex appeal that made Marilyn Monroe famous, Amber Heard attended the Metropolitan Opera Gala premiere of Jules Massenet's Manon in NYC last night wearing a slinky black YSL crisscross-back gown.

The blonde styled her locks into a pompadour updo, adding marcel-waved front pieces, for good measure. Bright, matte red lip and nails completed her retro beauty look. And while diamonds are a girl's best friend, Amber skipped the bling—she didn't need any to turn heads with those piercing green eyes, dangerous curves and flawless skin!


Jennifer Lopez Doubles Up on Neon Michael Kors Numbers | Hollywood yohana

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez

When you've got the bod to pull off skin-tight neon, you might as well keep doing it. Right?

At least, that's what we assume Jennifer Lopez was thinking when she made a bold turn in Michael Kors twice in one week. After showing off her curves in a gorg pink frock (with a thigh-high slit, natch) on American Idol, the reality show judge then wowed in a chartreuse minidress during a stop in São Paulo, Brazil.
We're pretty obsessed with the fact that neon has not only made a huge comeback, but that it's not going anywhere. Case in point? Not only did J.Lo rock those dresses, she paired the yellow-green number with pointy hot pink Casadei pumps. It may seem like a risky move, but when paired together, neons can act like neutrals and complemement one another nicely.

Not content for you to simply pay attention to her smartly picked color palette, though, the Bronx native added an anklet, spiked silver bangle and full-finger Jacqueline Nerguizian ring for good measure. As if she needed those accessories for you to notice her! But we do love them (as well as her current obsession with chunky bracelets, as seen in both ensembles). Therefore: Well played, Jennifer!
Want to pull off this look yourself? You don't need Jen's crazy curves to pull it off—just her confidence!


Who Was Your Best Dressed at the Valentino Store Opening? | Hollywood yohana

Molly Sims, Kim Kardashian, Ellie Kemper, Minka Kelly, Nicky Hilton, Rose McGowan

When Valentino invites you to a party, you go—no questions asked. So, we weren't surprised to see a bevy of babes attend the label's store opening fête in Beverly Hills.
There was a mix of styles at the soiree. Molly Sims and Nicky Hilton opted for black numbers. While the mama-to-to-be went for a full-length lace dress that was teamed with turquoise earrings, the heiress/designer opted for a black leather mini and red clutch combo. Ellie Kemper went for the Italian fashion house's signature red hue, thanks to the ladylike short-sleeve bow-adorned sheath.

Also, on the more feminine side were celebs Minka Kelly and Kim Kardashian.The Roommate star looked pretty in a gold lace frock, which needed no accessories, besides a pair of black pumps. The Queen of reality TV didn't get suited up in a piece from the designer of the hour. However, her black-and-white Lela Rose number looked every bit stunning on Kimmie.
Lastly, Rose McGowan went for a bright pink one-shoulder dress with a trendy rosette detail. Her frock added a nice dose of color to the event—and is perfect pick for spring!