It's officially the homestretch of wedding season. Summer nuptials are still claiming space on your calendar, while Fall dates are starting to loom ever closer. If you've already worn the same dress once (or twice), now's the time to give things a refresher. We've picked dresses for every budget, whether under $50 or well into the hundreds. Shop now and get ready to celebrate the happy couple in style.
B Brian Atwood may have launched just a few years ago, but it took no time for the contemporary line from footwear god Brian Atwood to skyrocket in popularity with celebrities. So when we heard that the brand was coming out with a new line of bags for Fall, we were already lining up.
It was a busy evening for top models. Kate Upton feted her Fall ad campaign for David Yurman at a rooftop soiree, while the Victoria's Secret Angels were out in full force to launch the new Body by Victoria's Secret bra collection. Karlie Kloss, Erin Heatherton, and newly engaged Behati Prinsloo made it out for the party, and we've got all the details!
On Allison: Topshop, Kain, Genetic Denim
After some of the most stylish ladies in our rolodex began talking about wanting a pair of Birkenstocks, we knew we needed to do some digging. The roomy sandal, known more for its comfort factor than its fashion cred, is poised to have a comeback. Scroll through the Instagram feeds of stylish accounts around the globe, and you'll be surprised at what you see — pitch-perfect dressers finishing off their jeans and dresses with not block-heel sandals or sleek pumps, but the orthopedic-esque slides.
Jennifer Aniston ditched her trusty Stuart Weitzman Alex wedges for a pair of flat sandals on the set of her new movie Squirrels to Nuts in NYC. But her shoes weren't the highlight of her latest look. The real standout was her blue tie-dye dress, which gave her an effortlessly bohemian vibe. Jennifer then added a true-blue denim jacket and Ray-Ban aviators for further cool. To achieve Jennifer's down-to-earth look, mimic this outfit for all your daytime activities. Then for further inspiration, peruse more celebs in denim.
Was 2013 not Diane Kruger's year? Vanity Fair may think so. Among the shocking omissions and additions to the annual International Best-Dressed List, the ultrastylish dresser was excluded after having ranked in 2012.
Which isn't to say there weren't some stellar dressers on the list, which happily includes Kerry Washington, Jenna Lyons, Dree Hemingway, Caroline Issa, Lara Stone, Charlize Theron, Stella Tennant, and Tabitha Simmons. Snubs (or decisions construed as such) aren't uncommon when compiling a list — everyone's got an opinion, after all — but a few names that appeared (or didn't) made us sit up and take notice.
Yesterday, when DKNY tweeted, "So guess who we're shooting tomorrow for the #DKNY Resort ad campaign?! Ok, I'll tell you, @RitaOra!! I'll be on set. Stay tuned for pics," we were at the brand's command.
The vigilance paid off, as we've been rewarded this afternoon with a live stream of shots and videos that chronicle the campaign as it happens (hello, brightly hued Rita atop a taxi cab!). No need to wait for the official campaign. We've got what you want to see right here.
Now that we've covered the best shoes from New York Fashion Week's Fall '13 shows, it's time to focus on those other important outfit-makers: handbags. We saw a large amount of oversize bags at Diane von Furstenberg, Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Victoria Beckham (who is steadily helping the tote-as-clutch trend take off), while designers like Jason Wu and Tory Burch showed teeny-tiny clutches in eye-catching jewel tones. Alexander Wang offered up another round of gorgeous leather satchels, and we were simply smitten with the fur-covered clutches we eyed at Proenza Schouler and 3.1 Phillip Lim. Click through now to see over 100 of our favorite bags from New York Fashion Week.
It's all about crisp, white shoes this season, but how do you keep your favorite pairs clean wear after wear? We've got three methods that will keep your kicks in tip-top shape. Watch on to see how it's done, and start enjoying your white shoes without the fear of them getting dirty.