Katy Perry hit the town in New York this week in a perfect transitional look that is easy to get for yourself. We've got all the pieces you need to get Katy's look — including her actual sweater for only $68!
The 2013 Met Gala exhibit, Punk: Chaos to Couture, closed its doors this week, and if you didn't get to see this fabulous display of punk pieces — ranging from original Vivienne Westwood looks covered in British flags to Balmain, Burberry, and so much more — firsthand, you can still get a good look at it here. For those of you who weren't able to make it to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or if you just want one last look, we're bringing you an inside peek at all the highlights. Enjoy!
Eliminate stress over packing for a Summer trip — what you wear in a new locale can be half the fun! We dialed into the spirit of some of our favorite spots to help identify what belongs in your suitcase for both day and night (think Miami, Las Vegas, Nantucket, and more). And because you can't spend your entire time away deciding what to wear, we called out the spots you've got to see and shop. Send us a post card, will you?
Madonna's been owning the pop culture scene and making style waves for decades now. And as the icon celebrates her 55th birthday today, she's given approximately zero signs of slowing down. She mastered punk most recently, but could we have expected anything less?
The international superstar, clothing chameleon, and ultimate risk-taker has brought so much good to our lives — and single-handedly ushered in tons of trends since she hit the scene in the early '80s. From Ray-Ban Wayfarers and fingerless lace gloves to cone bras and stacks of rubber bracelets (the original arm party, in our opinion), Madonna has a long history of setting trends and paving the way for fashion freedom. Rather than sending a cake or flowers, we're honoring the popstar with a retrospective on the top 10 trends she more or less originated.
The piece: TOMS Bellevue Matte Honey Crystal Sunglasses
The price: $98
Why we want it: We've been wanting TOMS' new line of eyewear since we first laid eyes on it (no pun intended) at Lollapalooza earlier this month. And today, the brand's newest shades have launched online. Our favorite are these vintage-inspired frames in a honey hue as bright as the sun. And just like with TOMS shoes, with every pair purchased, the company will help give sight to someone in need. So far, 150,000 people around the world have have been helped — why not one more?
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On the heels of her surprising choice for last night's We're the Millers red carpet, Jennifer Aniston went back to her signature black — in Alexander McQueen — for the film's premiere in Germany today.
Jen has the ability to rock a signature hairstyle with ease — who could forget The Rachel? — so when it comes to her red carpet fashions, it's no surprise that Aniston remains true to one hue: classic black. Over the years, we have spotted the actress donning raven-hued creations in a number of silhouettes, from sophisticated gowns to slinky minis, and though we enjoy a little editorial spice now and then, we applaud the A-lister for staying faithful to her signature style.
In honor of Jennifer's latest release, We're the Millers, we are taking a look back at her decade-long love affair with the classic. It's clear the feeling is mutual.
Jennifer Aniston is known for her classic American style on the red carpet, so you can bet how surprised we were to see her pop up in this Dior look in London last night! Let us know what you think of it by leaving a comment below.
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