Something about plaid flannel feels seasonally appropriate right about now — and it doesn't hurt that it adds another helpful layer to combat the Winter chill. The button-down is one of the most democratic pieces in the fashion sphere, working on every type of girl, in every type of closet. Dress it up or dress it down — either way, you'll be looking good. Shop our favorite styles here, with picks starting at $27.
If you thought your only chance to see Kate Moss in those iconic bunny ears would be on the pages of Playboy, think again. To commemorate the highly anticipated spread by photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Marc Jacobs has released a limited-edition t-shirt featuring one of the images. And this shirt, which sells for $35, does a lot more than showcase one of the most talked-about Playboy cover stars in recent memory — all proceeds will go to the amfAR organization.
This isn't the first time Jacobs has produced a pop-culture-centric design for charity. Just a few months ago, the label debuted a limited collection of shirts with Miley Cyrus as part of the designer's "Protect the Skin You're In" campaign against skin cancer, with proceeds benefiting the cancer efforts at New York University's Langone Medical Center.
If these tees are any bit as popular as the Miley-clad wares, we have a feeling they won't be around too long. Preorder the tee online right now, and look for them in stores shortly.
Shoe clips are such a fun thing to have during the holidays. They elevate your basic black pumps to the perfect party shoe without having to commit to the festive embellishment long-term! Watch this easy DIY shoe clip tutorial — they also make great gifts!
- Vogue's famous faces, all in one place — Daily Beast
- Score Camilla Belle's sparkly clutch (almost) — InStyle
- What will André Leon Talley bring to Zappos? — Fashionista
- Southwestern-inspired scarves that are really made with love — Lucky
- Lululemon's poem is rubbing people the wrong way — Racked
- Claire Danes may have been upstaged in her Glamour shoot — HuffPost Style
- Friends don't let friends buy ugly clothes — The Cut
- Give back with Rachel Bilson's holiday t-shirts — People StyleWatch
Scoff if you will, but as far as we're concerned Harry Styles is entirely deserving of the British Style Award he won at Monday night's British Fashion Awards.
Styles beat out Kate Moss, David Beckham, Kate Middleton, and Cara Delevigne for the trophy, which "recognizes an individual who most embodies the spirit of London and is an international ambassador for London as a leading creative fashion capital." Alexa Chung had won the award, which allows the public to cast votes, for the past three years in a row.
What evidence do we have that Styles has earned this trophy, you ask? Click on for some of the singer's most stylish moments of 2013.
After supermodel Jessica Hart told a reporter she didn't think Taylor Swift — who was the fashion show's headlining performer — could make it as an Angel, rumors surfaced today that she had been fired from the lingerie brand. Victoria's Secret, however, insists that's not the case. Read on for what the brand had to say.
It's the holiday season, and we're getting in the spirit with our favorite holiday gifts. We've been rounding up our picks for everyone in your life, and now we want to gift you with something from our six amazing giveaways.
Zara's latest and aptly named "In the Evening" lookbook isn't just a glimpse of what's new — it's a lesson in holiday dressing strategy. In it you'll find not more than a handful of pieces, few colors, and just a hint of shine, but page after page of the newest looks never get tired. If you subscribe to the more minimalist holiday dress code, this is clearly for you.
But even if you're typically the bells and whistles type, it's hard to resist the more subtle allure of a sheer crop top, a smattering of cool sequins, and yes, even jeans. Suffice it to say, this is exactly what we want to look like at all of our holiday soirees. You too? Just click through for more outfit ideas — and plenty to shop!