- JCPenney and Marchesa's Georgina Chapman team up — HuffPost Style
- Conan O'Brien pokes fun at Galliano controversy — The Cut
- 7 trends you will probably see at the Oscars — Fashionista
- More thoughts on the Burberry Fall '13 lineup — Olivia Palermo
- How to wear clear jewelry — Lucky
- Is Warby Parker helping Google design the Glass? — Racked
- Coco Rocha on why mean models finish last — People Style Watch
- Thierry Mugler drops Oscar Pistorius from ads — The Daily Beast
- Kate Upton starts a thing called "koalaing" — Styleite
The green carpet at last night's H&M and Global Green USA pre-Oscars party showed off another helping of amazing party looks thanks to the impeccably dressed celebrity crowd. Never one to shy away from daring looks, Miranda Kerr hit the (faux) grass with husband Orlando Bloom wearing a printed crisscross, cutout dress from Peter Pilotto's Spring collection. Meanwhile, Sophia Bush opted for a modern H&M white suit paired with nude Christian Louboutin pumps and a pink beaded clutch. Emmy Rossum channeled Old Hollywood glamour in an elegant draped gown, while Helen Hunt shimmered in a metallic lace dress. See every up-close detail in the slideshow now.
The mantra at the Fendi Fall 2013 collection? Fur — in every shade — on everything, and we mean everything. Even the shoes, bags, sunglasses, and tough-girl mohawks were adorned with it. Karl Lagerfeld zeroed in on fur (a pointed nod to the house's heritage), sleek lines, sexy slits, and enough neon and tactile intrigue to convince us of this collection's '80s-punk-meets-tribal leanings. But don't be fooled, this Nu-rave-esque lineup is also impeccably tailored, and the clothes, while bold in effect, are crafted with the utmost ladylike sensibility. Take, for example, the car coats styled with knee-length pencil skirts, or the cool cropped jackets paired with chic high-neck sheaths. There's an undeniable edge to the Fendi Fall '13 girl, but with a little (or a lot) of color and a clean silhouette, she's not as unapproachable as meets the eye.
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!
Out with the cold — and in with the vibrant colors, statement prints, and bright pops of white. Here to help you get in the right state of mind is Loft's newly unveiled Summer lookbook. The brand has revamped its style profile with the help of Karolina Kurkova as the face of its new campaign, showing off a range of floral pencil skirts, striped tops, and pastel printed jeans. Even more, there's pretty eyelet dresses, fun jewelry, and sandals to help you kick off the Spring/Summer party season. Want to see what else is in store from Loft? Click through to see our favorite looks right here.
I'm so excited to share that I've partnered with Piperlime and POPSUGAR as their new guest editor! I'll be covering trends and sharing style tips and my favorite picks in a series called Style Shortcuts, featuring weekly video segments and written posts. The pieces featured on POPSUGAR, along with all my top picks, will be available to shop at Piperlime.com.
Spring is right around the corner, and brights are back in a huge way! In my first video with Piperlime and POPSUGAR, I've ditched my go-to black leather jacket for a brighter peach-sherbet leather jacket from Theory. Speaking of sherbet colors, how pretty are these Rachel Roy heels? The python texture and ankle straps are a definite plus in my book.
For my second look, I embraced the black-and-white trend — bold, simple, and modern. As much as I love color, I'm really into black-and-white looks right now, and the graphic print on this Tibi dress is what caught my eye.
Hope you guys all tune in to see what else I'm coveting!
Everyone else, submit your looks, and we just might feature you on POPSUGAR Fashion!
The 15th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards took place at the Beverly Hilton last night, and style setters like Anne Hathaway, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Ashley Madekwe delivered some gorgeous, and very different, looks on the red carpet. Anne Hathaway — who's nominated for best supporting actress — donned a gold sequined minidress for last night's festivities. Now we can't wait to see what she'll wear Sunday at the Oscars. Stick with us here on POPSUGAR Fashion for all our coverage this weekend as the red carpet unfolds! On Allison McNamara: H&M top and necklace, Zara skirt.
With Spring on the horizon, we're shopping for pieces that will give our wardrobes a refreshing update. With that in mind, we scoured the virtual racks and came across this amazing Finders Keepers pink dress ($130). The hot-pink hue is right on trend for the new season, and we adore the cute collar detail. Even more, the price is just right. To help you kick off Spring (and make the most of your purchase!), we're showing you two ways to wear it now — and later into the warmer months ahead. While it's still chilly outside, bundle up with an anorak, tights, and ankle boots. Come Spring, shed your cold-weather layers for a pair of sleek sandals and a bright statement necklace. Inspired? Just shop all the pieces below.Shop from left: Mango metal hardware coat ($130), Tom Binns clash earrings ($132), Barneys fur tube scarf ($179, originally $295), Giuseppe Zanotti buckle boots ($696, originally $995), Finders Keepers Mood For Love pink dress ($130), BCBG Max Azria Jovian sandals ($275), Helmut Lang paneled printed blazer ($795), Kenneth Jay Lane turquoise necklace ($80)
A striking palette, delivered with Alberta Ferretti's feminine touch, makes for a Fall 2013 collection that's both a little punchy, and at its core, absolutely lovely. Ferretti's signature handiwork is all at play here — the intricacies that make her gowns truly about the details — like the sheer, embellished bodices, beaded waists and necklines, and ruffled hemlines. There are a few sharper looks in the mix — black-and-white paneled gowns that feel more modern than the rest — ones we hope to see on the likes of British beauty Michelle Dockery; but mostly the lineup hints more at vintage-feeling glamour, with evening gowns better-suited for her Downton Abbey alter ego.