When it comes to pulling out all the stops for an event, no one does it better than Jessica Alba. Frocking up for the Golden Globes, Jess knocked it outta the park in a peachy Oscar de la Renta gown, paired with the most amazing Harry Winston diamond necklace. It was Hollywood glam at its very best. Upping the sex appeal a few notches, Miranda Kerr hit the after-parties with a divine, berry-hued, split-to-the-thigh Zuhair Murad gown, while Emily Blunt took an edgier road in a slightly-muted gold Michael Kors number. But it wasn't all glam red carpet outfits — supermodel Candice Swanepoel rocked out in an Iron Maiden tee and Lucy Hale showcased perfect jetsetter style. Click to see who fills out our top 10 best dressed!
It may be prime time for celebrity getaways to beachy locales, but the celebration for Derek Blasberg's latest venture (a chic little line of stationery for Opening Ceremony) drew out something of a style crowd in NYC last night. Blasberg's buddies were in a range of winter-appropriate ensembles to show their support — nothing too glam or over the top; just a mix of easy but polished looks from the likes of Rachel Roy, Nicky Hilton, and Hilary Rhoda. Hilary showed off her mile-long stems in a pair of black trousers, which she topped with a tweedy jacket, Nicky gave a staple knit a cool-girl twist, and Leigh Lezark proved just how eye-catching a leopard-print coat really is. For the rest of the fashionable party-goers, just click on.
Finger or ring bracelets, hand armour or harnesses, whatever you want to call them, these ring-meet-bracelet combinations are the perfect accessory to add to your wardrobe this Summer. Celebs like Erin Wasson and Nicole Richie have been early adopters of the trend thanks to their respective Low Luv and House of Harlow jewellery lines, and now a range of high to low accessory brands have followed suit with their own interpretation of the double-duty arm candy. Whether you have a preference for delicate gold chains or something a little more heavy-duty and embellished, we've got you covered in our edit of today's accessory of the week.
While Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart made the rounds in Madrid, their co-stars kept busy with the Breaking Dawn Part 2 premiere in NYC. Twihards everywhere finally got the long-anticipated finale to the Twilight Saga when it hit cinemas on Thursday, but we've been more preoccupied with what the film's cast are wearing on the red carpet. Yesterday, starlets Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed, and Elizabeth Reaser bared a decidedly sexier side, with their respective gowns and party dresses. Ashley showed off a moody Donna Karan Atelier gown with a figure-flaunting bustier, while Nikki turned up the glamour in a fringed and beaded Naeem Khan confection. But it wasn't just about the film's leading vampires ladies — celebs like Nicky Hilton, Rachel Roy, and Lindsay Ellingson glammed up to celebrate the final Twilight chapter. Click on to see who wore what — then tell us your pick for best dressed in the comments.
We'll always be loyal to our skinny trousers, but there's just something about a fluid pair of wide-leg pants that we can't get enough of. We saw them on the runways in NYC at Rachel Zoe and Altuzarra, and they all brought a little something extra to the table — whether worn layered with chunky knits and sleek blazers or with a top tucked in, it showed a fresh, '70s-inspired silhouette. Celebrities have also proven to be fans of the clean, languid look this season. Stars like Caroline Issa, Emma Roberts, Rachel Roy, and more have all put their own cool spin on the trend, and we're breaking down how each of their outfits work for your real-life daily routine. Click through to see seven days of wide-legged looks, and shop similar pieces now.
With Rachel Roy, the best part may just be the fact that with every piece, you have the sense that you could easily wear it too — and, hopefully, look just as chic. Her Spring line-up was no different, showcasing a cool collection of feminine, wearable separates and just a few dresses, all with just the right touch of whimsy, be it a bit of neoprene on an evening gown or the sparkly, party-perfect heels paired with each look. There's a sense that you could shop your entire wardrobe all right here (including bags and jewels). Roy's covered all the bases, from more casual short sets and knits to your more sophisticated suiting, all with the same effortlessness and playfulness that relies on easy cuts and bright prints and colour.
- Trends: Mixed prints, peplum, brights, one-shoulder dresses, colorblocking, and jumpsuits.
- Colours: Black, white, purple, yellow, orange, and tan.
- Key Piece: In a collection filled with prints and bold colour, the eyelet LWD was a stand-out.
- Accessories: Strappy embellished heels, pointed-toe pumps, chunky gold-chain necklaces, and stacks of rhinestone and beaded bracelets; snake-embossed cross-body bags.
- Who Should Wear It: We expect to see it on Roy fan Olivia Palermo. We could see in the pink-and-orange colour-blocked shirtdress or the one-shouldered, peplum-trimmed cocktail dress.
For her Spring 2013 collection, Rachel Roy served up exactly what we've come to know and love from her — polished, well-tailored separates in bold, bright hues and charming prints. Each piece was one that would be welcome in anyone's Spring wardrobe, including fitted jackets, louche trousers, and long, floaty dresses and kaftans. You'll definitely want to see these pieces in motion, so click now to watch the presentation.
We knew that Shopbop was undergoing a bit of a makeover, but we didn't know they were going to do it with such cheek! The States-based e-tailer has always been sitting pride of place in our favourites toolbar, but the newly revamped site is going to make it that much more clickable (read: dangerous) with improved functionality and nifty 360 video footage. Shopbop are putting their stable of designers centre stage with this too-cute clip, 'launching' them quite literally into the new school, online shopping stratosphere. Keep your eyes peeled for funny cameos by Phil Oh, actress Camilla Belle, super stylist Rachel Zoe and she-of-the-awesome-facial-expressions Leandra Medine. Keep clicking to watch . . .
As we begin revving our engines for the start of the international Spring/Summer 2013 season, we can't help but think about all of the amazing collections we're sure to witness — and of course, the brilliant designers who are crafting them. From the new designers who've only recently rocketed to the top of the style world, to the quintessential designers who we've watched season after season, we're putting you to the test to see how much you know about fashion's who's-who. Take the quiz and see how some of the industry's best got their start in fashion, and pick up some knowledge you may not have been aware of yet.