Despite troubling revelations regarding Vittorio Missoni's disappearance, Missoni's Fall 2013 runway show went on — and took a surprising turn towards minimalism. In place of the loud knits we're used to seeing, Angela Missoni utilized a simple, refreshing color palette and a more effortless feel for Fall with a mix of solids and patterns. Oversize robe coats were worn haphazardly over the shoulders and paired with print trousers, and blazers, while dresses received a modern touch via sheer cutout details. There were also a few pairs of irresistibly cool slouchy leather pants dipped in cobalt and lime green hues. The fashion house's iconic knitwear was still evident throughout the collection, but this time toned down in fine shimmery metallic finishes and textural sweater coats. See Missoni's full collection now.
Once again, Dolce and Gabbana's Fall 2013 collection was one of pure over-the-top extravagance, celebrating the brand's rich Italian history. With models decked out in golden crowns, oversize chandelier earrings, and rosary beads, designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana churned out a collection filled with ornate details. Such was the case with the intricate Monreale Cathedral church mosaics they featured — the duo enlisted the help of local artisans and experts to re-create the complex artwork — on a wide array of shimmery dresses and filigree sculpted shoes and embroidered bags. The decadence continued with beaded shift dresses featuring flared flute sleeves and a look that highlighted a gold stone-embellished bustier dedicated to Saint Agatha. However, it wasn't all about the glitz and glamour; Dolce and Gabbana provided pared-downed elegance for the everyday lady via chic tweed skirtsuits and tailored coats. The closer? A stampede of models decked out in a captivating lineup of bejeweled red lace dresses simply took our breath away. See the full collection in all its glory now.
The Academy Awards are today, and we're celebrating the grand finale of award season with a LIVE Oscars show! Tune in as POPSUGAR's Lindsay Miller reports LIVE on the red carpet, while in the studio, POPSUGAR editors Annie Scudder, Becky Kirsch, and Matthew Rodrigues chat about everything from the red-carpet arrivals and show performances to the best acceptance speeches of the night. We will also be talking to POPSUGAR Fashion expert Allison McNamara LIVE from the Oscar red carpet as she anchors the first-ever Red Carpet Digital Lounge as part of the official Oscars Backstage Pass Experience. We'll be sharing all the highlights and biggest moments throughout the night, so tune in right here on POPSUGAR starting at 5:30 p.m. EST/2:30 p.m. PST.
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Have no fear, the Complete Gift Guide for the season is here! Not only does Coach have luxurious gifts for everyone at every price, they've impeccably curated them into one must-see, must-shop online resource, featuring sections such The Holiday It List (with edited gift lists from tastemakers like supermodel Karlie Kloss) and The Best of the Best (with the brand's all-out fave picks for him, her, and you).
As if you weren't already feeling like the most sophisticated shopper ever, Coach also offers Holiday at Your Service, an extensive list of five-star services like free shipping, free gift boxes, free monograms, and more!
Visit Coach.com to view the Complete Gift Guide for yourself, and check out this slideshow now for peek at what we're most excited to give — and get!
Harvey Weinstein's pre-Oscars party is one that the stars look forward to every award season, and this year the likes of Kerry Washington, Jennifer Lawrence, Salma Hayek, and many more came out to play the night before the big show. With the exception of a few ladies like Nina Dobrev, most celebs stuck to all black for the festivities. Kerry was fashion-forward in an asymmetrical LBD, Jennifer looked effortless in a tuxedo-inspired getup, while Salma showed off her curves in a formfitting lace dress. Step inside to see who else wore black (and who didn't) to the Weinstein pre-Oscars bash.
The 2013 Oscars are finally here! And we can't wait to see what nominees Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway will wear, or what gowns presenters Halle Berry and Reese Witherspoon will select. We've got amazing looks picked out for each lady, but will our (dress) guesses be right when they exit their limos at the Academy Awards on Sunday night? . . . The envelope please! Click through to see our gown predictions for top nominees, presenters, and attendees.
— Additional reporting by Marisa Tom
The runway at Marni's Fall 2013 runway show was a masterful lesson in dark, streamlined, and utterly sophisticated wares from Consuelo Castiglioni. "It's austere but with a romanticism, it's melancholic, severe," said the designer. While we're used to seeing a more whimsical spike in Castiglioni's hand, her latest collection induced a sense of pure refinement, showcasing a magnificent array of outerwear in the way of heavy, oversize wool coats, structured bomber jackets, and bonded leather jackets. For daywear, Castiglioni paired strapless peplum tops over a range of baggy trousers, cropped biker jackets with peekaboo knife-pleat skirts, and miniskirts with structured bonded tops. And every so often, there was a pop of print via graphic landscape and floral patterns. Fur added an opulent touch across the board; short and long haired textures were used on skirts, capes, extralong stoles, and collars, injecting pure decadence into every single look. Marni's accessories always draw a big crowd, and this season's latest highlighted a range of flat riding boots (and even a few furry renditions), double-strap sandals, gorgeous leather satchels, and furry mittens.
Miranda Kerr has taken a liking — a strong one, at that — to Peter Pilotto's bold prints. The model first wore a blue print peplum dress from the designer's Spring 2012 collection with Nicholas Kirkwood sandals in late 2011. Earlier this month, Miranda chose a flirty dress from the Resort 2013 line for her unveiling as the Kids Helpline ambassador. And just this week, at the H&M Global Green pre-Oscars party in LA, she went with another Pilotto dress, this time a colorful cutout number from the Spring 2013 collection, which she completed with black pumps and a black clutch. It's a Miranda Kerr-meets-Peter Pilotto trifecta, and we want to know which look you like best.
Our community members never cease to inspire us with their style savviness. This week's favorites showed off their style chops in bright colors, cozy coats, and sleek leather pieces: nettevartanian, Anna James - Fash Boulevard, Jenny in Jacquard, missleaanne, sorelle in style, stylesbyassitan, postgradchic, Amy Fohr - Leopard and Lillies, Alyssa-Runway Chef, and RuedeMoi. Congrats, all!
If you think the Oscars festivities are limited to this evening, then you are in for a treat: this weekend has been filled with standout red-carpet appearances. To kick off the celebrations, Nicole Richie, Miranda Kerr, and Heidi Klum celebrated at QVC's pre-Oscars bash in equally glamorous ensembles on Friday night. At yesterday's Montblanc and UNICEF pre-Oscars brunch, Rosario Dawson, Hilary Swank, and Emmy Rossum showed off beautiful black-and-white looks. And most recently, Kerry Washington and Jennifer Lawrence rocked chic black ensembles at the Weinstein pre-Oscars bash, while Jessica Chastain and Kate Bosworth stepped out in Chanel for the label's fifth annual pre-Oscars dinner. Click through to see every star-studded style moment before the big show.