Founded in 1889 by milliner Jeanne Lanvin, the Lanvin label is known not only as the oldest French fashion house in operation, but also lauded as a favorite in modern womenswear. Jeanne began the label skillfully using embellishment, beading, and a floral palette, which would go on to become signatures of the Lanvin label. Today, it's a blend both of the brand's traditional style and Alber Elbaz's innate gift for designing what modern women want to wear. Since the designer joined the label in 2001, he has succeeded in delivering collections that encompass beautifully crafted silk dresses, pants, suits, and playful experiments with volume and proportion — and collections we are always anxious to see. Click through for a glimpse of Lanvin's gorgeous past collections.
London Fashion Week may have wrapped, but there's no rest for the fashionable, right? The stylish set left England and made their way to the front rows of Milan. It's the final day, but before the stars head to Paris, check out all the stylish star sightings from Italy. They included Selena Gomez rocking Versace's black cutout dress from the Spring 2014 collection, Poppy Delevingne in an electric blue ensemble at the amfAR Milano event, Kate Moss in all black at the Stuart Weitzman store opening, and Freida Pinto at a Salvatore Ferragamo affair. We were also stunned by Cate Blanchett in a feathery Prabal Gurung dress as well as Blake Lively, who wasted no time rocking a Gucci Spring 2014 jumpsuit. Step inside to get a closer look at Milan's most stylish stars.
— Additional reporting by Melody Nazarian
Over the weekend, Gwen Stefani and husband Gavin Rossdale — who recently celebrated 11 years of marriage! — attended Kingston's soccer game in LA. So, what did the soccer mom wear to cheer on her son? A wild animal-print sweater, of course. But Gwen didn't end the fashion fun there. She added black leather over-the-knee boots, round Quay Eyeware sunglasses, and an olive green shoulder bag to her mix. To re-create Gwen's latest look, you need not be a spectator. Shop similar pieces, and sport them while running errands.
See How Bloggers and Fellow Shoppers Are Gifting on a Shoestring — and Show Us Your Favorite Picks Under $20
It’s easy to get caught up in the generous spirit of the season, but that doesn’t mean you need to start the New Year in the poorhouse. The secret to great gifting is heart and soul, not dollars and cents — so think about who you’re buying for, get creative, and have fun!
For this week’s holiday shopping mission, we’re inviting readers and bloggers to hit their local T.J.Maxx, Marshalls, or HomeGoods stores in search of the best holiday gifts for under $20. Challenge yourself to stretch every cent by scouting out a creatively affordable gift combo, like a colorful cookie jar with biscottis and specialty tea hidden inside or a spa lover’s basket containing a soap, lotion, and candle. With something for everyone on your list at up to 60 percent off department store prices every single day, these stores are your one-stop resource for gifts that are low on price but high on creativity and style.
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Click here now to visit #TheGifter holiday gifting hub, and find out how top bloggers and readers just like you are Outgifting For Under $20 this week.
We won't lie — we loved seeing who won during last night's Emmys (did you watch Merritt Wever's speech?), but what really got our editors excited was the red carpet. From Michelle Dockery's Prada gown to Zooey Deschanel's sleek J. Mendel column dress, which was accessorized with a Chanel ring that could take an eye out, this award show set the style bar high. And that's not even touching on all the beauty trends we saw!
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If some is good and more is better, Giorgio Armani was at his best for Spring 2014's two-for-one runway show. The models often came in sets (sometimes in threes) in complementary designs that emphasized the effect of the designer's bold color palette and play on "lights and shadows."
On its own, a fuchsia blazer is dynamic. Coming down the runway with a periwinkle partner (and mix-and-match heels), it had all the more impact. The same could be said of a floaty cobalt and black babydoll duo, painterly cocktail numbers, floral lace suiting, and the prettiest of pastel wrap dresses. Not to be outdone by the pairs, standout numbers had as much impact on their own. After all, it doesn't take more than one look at a billowy, shimmering cocktail dress to make an impact — some things are one of a kind.
Emmy Awards weekend was a veritable style marathon. Before, during, and even after the Emmys, the Hollywood set kept the fashion coming with the BAFTA tea and the HBO and Fox and FX Emmys afterparties. So, while you may have called it a night right after the awards wrapped, Emma Roberts in a bold Stella McCartney gown, Michelle Dockery, and more of the fashion pack kept the fun — and the looks — coming after hours. Click on for a glimpse of all the Emmys parties looks right here.
— Additional reporting by Hannah Weil
While regular viewers are on pins and needles to see whether their favorite dramas and comedies will win big, our eyes are already riveted to the gowns walking down the red carpet. With all the praise being piled on today's TV lineup, it's no surprise that Emmys fashion has come to rival the glamour of the Oscars. We're collecting it all right here, so click through to see who showed up wearing what!
The piece: Moschino Trench Coat iPhone Case
The price: $75
Why we want it: With the Web world swirling with reports of the latest additions to the Apple family — the 5S and 5C, of course — we've been spending extra time thinking about our phones. For a device that's pretty darn vital for your day-to-day, it deserves a little bit of love, don't you think? Moschino has really upped the game by making clothes for your gadget, albeit the plastic sort. The perenially preppy trench is a classic for you and now your iPhone, too.