Fall fashion is finally here, and it's looking really good. Give your busy prints a rest and opt for the new minimalism, complete with long fluid layers and structured satchels. Grab your irreverent attitude and hit the town in your best Kurt Cobain-inspired get-up, because the 1990s are back in a big way. Also, gray is going to be your new go-to color thanks to Alexander Wang. Watch on for our full Fall fashion check list!
We were floored by her gorgeous Oscar de la Renta wedding gown from her Montana nuptials, so you can imagine our excitement when we got a zoomed-in look at Kate Bosworth's equally impressive vintage-inspired wedding bands (yes, she got two wedding rings!) created by Ocappi president Isaac Gurary and creative director Haki Abehsera.
Today is Beyoncé's 32st birthday! It's been a big year for the star, singing at the presidential inauguration, owning the Super Bowl halftime show, and hitting the road on a world tour, but her superior style hasn't slowed down. Beyoncé Knowles has been bringing the glamour since her days in Destiny's Child — but this is a star who continued to shine solo, both professionally and sartorially. Beyoncé's fashion persona has always been one of funky glamour, bright hues, and lots of embellishment, which she always rocks with the utmost humility and sophistication. This is a diva who stays true to her taste, but tweaks herself to the times, opting for sexy, swingy frocks; tailored blazers; and artfully draped gowns.
Whether on stage, on the streets, or on the red carpet, B knows how to work it, own it, and leave us wanting more. In honor of her big day, we're celebrating with a look back at 70 of her most memorable fashion looks.
With New York Fashion Week only two weeks away, you can be sure that the Miroslavas, Taylors, and Leandras of the world are carefully picking their favorite pieces hot off the runways to turn the plaza of Lincoln Center into their own personal catwalk. And what will they pick to wear? Our money is on seeing plenty from the much-loved 3.1 Phillip Lim Fall 2013 collection, with more than a dash of Céline and plenty of embellished sweatshirts and lug-sole shoes. Click through to see our picks for the street-style set, and stay tuned for more on NYFW as we get closer!
The piece: Rebecca Minkoff Pip Heels
The price: $295
Why we want it: Fashion Week dressing is almost humanly impossible. You want to appear as impeccably styled as possible without ever appearing like you're actually trying, and still be comfortable enough to run in and out of shows, bounding through traffic and navigating subway stairs, all without ever tripping and falling in front of the throngs of photographers, celebrities, and models. It's a pretty tall order, so it requires a pretty awesome pair of heels. And, with a cool-girl strappy look and enough support to keep us on our feet all day, these are indeed about as awesome as they come.
Want to be a street style star yourself? Submit your looks and check back in the morning — you may just see yourself!
There's nothing like a bad hair day (and its tragic partner, the ugly baseball cap) to make you feel horribly ordinary and deeply depressed. If only we could all be rich and famous, with an entourage of fashion and beauty attendants at our disposal!
OK, so a personal stylist won't be showing up at your door anytime soon. But we're happy to report that a little TLC from a salon genius is not only readily available, but also affordable — with revolutionary care, styling, and color collections from Vidal Sassoon Pro Series.
Check out this slideshow of our favorites, and start considering one of the world's most-celebrated hairstylists your own.
With all the creativity and artistry that goes into fashion, it's no surprise that the field is ripe for contentious issues over trademarks and intellectual property — and one of the cheekier trends of the past year might just be coming under the gun soon. Designers like Brian Lichtenberg popularized the witty t-shirts that riffed on luxury brands, turning Céline into Féline, while Reason reimagined Hermès as Homiès ($59).
They're fun, sure, but do they cross a line? (And more importantly, does that mean we need to stock up on the tees now?) Let us explain.
There are crop tops and then there are crop tops — we think it's safe to assume that Emma Watson wore the latter at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London. For the occasion, the actress bared her belly in an ivory silk bolero crop top and high-waisted trousers then finished with black sequined peep-toe heels, all by Balenciaga. By now we're used to seeing celebrities rocking crop tops, so this look isn't entirely shocking, but Emma definitely takes the cake for baring the most skin. So now that you've seen the Brit star's more daring side, tell us — did it work?
Summer came to a close this weekend, and the stars were getting ready for Fall on Instagram. Emmy Rossum debuted her autumnal Tory Burch sneakers on a walk through the grass, while Mindy Kaling kicked up her Valentino booties while writing for the upcoming television season.
Over at Ashley Madekwe's home, her thoughts had already drifted to next Spring, as the actress packed racks of stylish duds for her New York trip to Fashion Week. Click through now to see the rest of this week's most stylish celebrity candids, and don't forget to follow POPSUGAR Fashion on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter!