Here’s How Kate Winslet Gets Ready for the SAG Awards Red Carpet

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Kate Winslet has honed her personal style over the years and knows exactly what it takes to look her best on the red carpet. A Golden Globe winner for her role in Steve Jobs, the British actress is taking a particularly hands-on approach when it comes to her fashion choices for awards season this year. “[It] was created by Armani in collaboration with Kate and myself,” said stylist Cheryl Konteh of the dress that Winslet wore to the SAG Awards last night. “[It was] sculpted to Kate’s incredible body and teamed with black suede Jimmy Choo shoes.” As for the bling? “Neil Lane Art Deco onyx and diamond jewelry brings the whole look together in a perfect tribute to Hollywood glamour.”

As one of the faces of Lancôme, Winslet knows a thing or two about creating the right beauty look to complement her ensemble, too. Her skin was kept dewy and natural by makeup artist Jillian Dempsey, while hairstylist Renato Campora created a sleek side part and twisted bun as the crowing glory. Here, Winslet gives us a glimpse behind the scenes of her SAG Awards experience, and shares what it’s like to prep for a big red carpet moment.

 

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The Top 13 Vogue Pins of the Month

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Winter finally arrived on the East Coast in January, but you’d hardly know that from the month’s top Vogue pins. It’s true, dear reader, that you were drawn to Stella McCartney’s cozy knit, and, yes, the coats you earmarked had fur trim—though they are far from all-weather gear. Clearly, escapism and fantasy had the strongest pull. Twelve of the top pins were from the Pre-Fall collections, and almost all were sheer, extremely embellished, and entirely fantastical looks, such as the Oscar-worthy bird-embroidered dresses from Alexander McQueen and Valentino. Tied for 12th place on the list was Catbird founder Rony Vardi’s rustic Brooklyn brownstone, a dream locale for watching awards shows and sheltering from winter storms.

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Forget Ski Chalets: This Season, Après in a Yurt

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As you’re planning your next great ski adventure this winter, or looking for a particularly unique culinary destination, consider adding a yurt dining experience to your itinerary. These circular tent structures with a wooden frame have been popping up at ski resorts across the country in recent years, but now more than ever, they’re offering unique dining experiences that aren’t to be missed. A sleigh ride to a six-course, Norwegian-style dinner in a yurt 8,000 feet up a mountain? Ski into a yurt for champagne and caviar at sunset? Sign us up. Here, a few of the coolest winter yurt dining options in America right now.

Après Lounge at Montage Deer Valley
You might not want to go back to the slopes after you venture into the Après Lounge at Montage Deer Valley. The yurt, at the base of the Deer Valley ski slopes in Park City, is decked out with plenty of bubbly, gourmet eats, and cozy seating around the fireplace. There’s local cheese and charcuterie, caviar, local cheese, and more on offer, all prepared by the glitzy Montage Deer Valley’s culinary team. Forget skiing—we want to stay in this yurt all day.

The Viking Yurt
This incredible yurt dinner experience starts with an evening sleigh ride (pulled by a snowcat) up 1,800 feet to the top of Park City Mountain Resort. A word to the wise: Your 23-minute ride in an open sleigh will be most enjoyable if you bundle up with snow-appropriate clothing and shoes. Once you reach the final elevation, a whopping 8,700 feet, you’ll be served some glogg to warm up, and then treated to a six-course Norwegian feast accompanied by a live pianist. This will be a night for the books (or, at least for Instagram), so make your reservation with plenty of advance notice because they serve only 40 people per night.

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The Montana Dinner Yurt at Big Sky Resort
The night starts at Big Sky Resort’s Mountain Village, where the guests board snowcats for a 15-minute ride up the mountain to the backcountry. (And, you guessed it, dress warmly!) Once you reach the yurt near Lone Peak, you’ll be greeted by a campfire outside and candlelit, family-style tables inside. Warm up by the fire for a moment and then head in for a multicourse dinner (think: filet mignon, French onion soup, and fondue to close the meal), scored by an acoustic guitarist. Note: Alcohol is not available for purchase, but you are welcome to bring your own. Otherwise, warm up with the hot apple cider or hot cocoa on hand and take in the breathtaking views of the stars.

Rock Springs Yurt at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Nestled at the base of Rock Springs Canyon, this yurt experience is special because not only can you dine here, but you can also spend the night. A guide will lead you on a tour of the Bridger-Teton National Forest followed by a gourmet dinner and drinks to your liking. Yurt amenities include a wood-burning stove, beautifully glowing lanterns, games, and a “knowledgeable yurtmeister.”

The Yurt at Solitude

Solitude Mountain Resort has long been a favorite of the locals in Utah, thanks to the top-notch ski terrain and smaller crowds. It’s been undergoing significant changes since it was purchased by Deer Valley in 2014, taking over in 2015, but luckily one of its greatest treasures still remains: The Yurt at Solitude. The romantic evening starts with a guide-accompanied snowshoe trek through the forest and finishes with a four-course dinner inside the cozy Mongolian yurt, prepared while you watch. Just be sure to reserve early, there is only room for 24 guests and tickets book up quickly.

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The Best Supercharged Eye Creams for a Cold-Weather Fix

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When the temperatures dip and skin starts to dry up, the eye area is always the first to show it. Fortunately, a host of new high-tech, targeted formulas are specifically designed to defend delicate orbital skin against winter’s harsh climate. The wide-awake glow they impart—whether or not you’ve had a good night’s sleep—is the icing on the cake.

Among the most hardworking new offerings this season is Healgel’s eye gel, formulated with two types of hyaluronic acid to lock in moisture and arnica to reduce inflammation and puffiness. Another cold-weather favorite is La Prairie’s Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Eye Cream, formulated with plants harvested from the Swiss Alps, where they withstand severe altitude and icy winds. Looking to banish dark circles and moisturize? Reach for Shiseido’s Glow Revival Eye Treatment, whose unique angled applicator helps refine skin’s texture while also providing a punch of vitamin C to fight dullness. Here are our favorite eye creams to stock up on now—and reapply all winter long.

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This Hat Might Just Be Your Fashion Week BFF

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Hat-hesitant? Who could blame you? As accessories go, an eccentric chapeau can make for a riskier bet than most. But even those of us who might typically choose a simple knit beanie during the cold months have ample reason to reconsider: There’s a beret revival in full swing—despite what certain French beauties may have to say to the contrary. After recent turns on runways from Isabel Marant to Saint Laurent menswear, and most famously—and oft-mimicked—those of Alessandro Michele at Gucci, the beret has made its way onto the streets. Our eagle-eyed editors have spotted an uptick in appearances both at the menswear shows abroad, and here on the streets of New York City.

Reports IRL beret fan and Vogue.com Fashion News Writer Steff Yotka of her tests in the field: “I find a beret to be a much better solution to keeping warm in winter than a traditional beanie. It has a nice structure that can turn the most basic outfit into something more special.” Consider it the easy, grown-up upgrade (or antidote) to the ubiquitous grungy slouch of off-duty model styles: both practical and pretty.

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