Our Favourite At-Home Celebrity Style

We round-up our favourite at-home celebrity style.

All dressed up and nowhere to go? You’re not the only one feeling that way. With countries right around the globe currently in lockdown, for many of us, it has meant either putting our favourite outfits into hibernation or leaping at the opportunity to get dressed up for those Friday evening Zoom dates. 

If you’ve found yourself in the latter group and need a little bit of wardrobe inspiration for #FormalFriday, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite at-home celebrity looks from the week that has been. 

Singer Alicia Keys looking like a holographic dream all from the comfort of her own home.

Photo: @aliciakeys

Worried about missing your hair colouring appoints? Do as Dua Lipa does and reach for a silk head scarf.

Photo: @dualipa

Let’s be honest, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley probably isn’t the only one who’s only dressing from the top-up for those Zoom meetings right now.

Photo: @rosiehw

Not sure if a smokey eye is appropriate for all those Zoom meetings? Olivia Palermo reassures us that it is. 

Photo: @oliviapalermo

Reese Witherspoon opts for a cosy look while she introduces her April book club pick.

Photo: @reesewitherspoon

Tired of wearing tights and track pants around the house? Take a leaf out of style queen Alexa Chung’s book and opt for a sparkly mini skirt instead.

Photo: @alexachung

Naomi Campbell reveals she lost someone she knew every day last week to COVID-19

Supermodel Naomi Campbell has shared a heartbreaking post to social media revealing “every day this week we lost someone I know” to the novel coronavirus.

Campbell urged followers to “keep the faith strong” and to “keep your spirits high and your attitude positive” in the post.

“Going into week four, these next two weeks are going to be the toughest yet,” she said.

“Every day this week we lost someone I know, there is no time to mourn or being able to be there for their loved ones.”

The 49-year-old has been keeping fans updated on her life in quarantine in recent weeks.

In an interview with Access Hollywood, Campbell said isolation is a time to “soul-search and reflect”.

“We can’t come out the same way. We must not come out the same way,” she said.

The model also praised the workers on the front line during the coronavirus crisis.

“We have to be grateful to God for the doctors and the nurses and the hotel workers and the delivery people,” she said.

The star was one of a number of celebrities who held up placards thanking the NHS in a video to YouTube posted by NHS England.

Stars including Sir Elton John, Jude Law, Kate Winslet and Phoebe Waller-Bridge all held up placards in the video saying #OurNHSPeople and #ThankYouNHS.