The Grammy Awards are this Sunday, and this is one red carpet not to be missed. Gowns and diamonds are pretty, but fashion and music tend to brew more interesting things. Not that you need proof of this, but we went back in time to bring you some of the most iconic fashion moments from the big show. Half of these are completely outrageous, while the other half are simply amazing. Flip through these blasts from the past to get you in the mood for music, and check out Bella's Grammy beauty mishaps for some hilarious looks. Then, be sure to come back on Sunday night as we live-blog all the best (and worst, but in a good way) looks from the show!
You have your mature pantsuit (the ones you're allowed to wear to work or as an alternative to a cocktail dress), then you have the more playful version, the shorts suit. This fun bunch gained popularity last Spring when a slew of designers like Jason Wu, Michael Kors, and Tory Burch sent them strutting down the catwalk. Since then, celebrities have borrowed the leg-baring runway trend and brought them to the sidewalk (and red carpet). Among the most recent to rock the look are Ginnifer Goodwin and Julianne Hough, both in Nonoo. Ginnifer's cobalt tuxedo-style shorts suit featured chic white piping, while Julianne's navy suit was brought to life via a jewel-collar blouse and lace-up sandals. It might be too frigid in some places right now to wear a shorts suit sans tights, but it's the perfect Spring companion for both daytime and nighttime fun. Take a good look at these stunning ladies in their shorts suits, then tell us, would you adopt the trend?
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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!
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If you love sailor stripes, a '60s cat eye, and a touch of Parisian je ne sais quoi, you will love Whitney Pozgay's Whit. Inspired by Marianne Faithfull and filled with the most covetable and wearable pieces (think a metallic tweed oversize sweater), Whit's Fall 2013 collection will have you rushing to place your preorder. Check out our exclusive sneak peek before the show airs tomorrow!
We're days away from ushering in a new season of style at New York Fall 2013 Fashion Week (the official fashion-month kickoff) — and we're not just talking about the looks coming down the runway. Season to season, our style is defined just as much by the trends shown off on the industry's best-dressed street-style stars as it is by the looks coming down the catwalk. To prep accordingly, we're brushing up on a little street-style history (so to speak) from Spring '13. Consider this your street-snap review — a look back at the standouts in last season's crowd — and an exercise that's sure to supply some worthy inspiration if you're looking to ready your own Fashion Week wardrobe (and even if you're not). Without further ado, click on for the most memorable looks from Joanna Hillman, Taylor Tomasi Hill, Miroslava Duma, and the rest of the fashion pack.
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As obsessed as I am with all things sparkly, I’m ready to retire the glitz (now that it's post-holiday season)—but not without losing the glamour. Maybe that’s why I’ve been favoring gold’s slightly-less-dazzling-but-just-as-alluring sister: rose gold. Accent your outfit with just a hint of the pink-toned metal for an elegant look that isn’t too flashy.Marion Crossbody Bag, $675, Alexander Wang, NeimanMarcus.com
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Our requirements for a Fashion Week outfit are simple enough: we want to appear cool and polished with a hint of the trends — and all without trying too hard. OK, it's a pretty tall order, but it can be done — and effortlessly so — as evidenced by Anja Rubik. The supermodel took to the streets in a perfect blend of textures, prints, and staples that doesn't short on the wow factor — but doesn't go overboard, either. The trick is easy proportions: the classic fit of her denim button-down mirrors the fit of a staple white blouse, but provides a trendier update. Likewise, her printed trousers offer a newer take on regular blue jeans, but maintain the same silhouette of our go-to denim. It's these simple swaps that add up to a more eye-catching effect, while complements like a pair of pointed-toe pumps and a sleek bit of outerwear are a little more under the radar, but elevate the ensemble with a nod to the chicest kind of closet essentials. If your plans don't include Fashion Week, we can still think of about a hundred other places to wear this Anja-inspired style — shop it for yourself below.Shop clockwise from top left: 3.1 Phillip Lim Evening Coat ($900, originally $1,800), Club Monaco Tatumn Denim Shirt ($140), Paige Skyline Stripe Mid-Rise Skinny Jeans ($289), Zara Pointed Court Shoe ($90), Vanessa Mooney Site of Day Necklace ($150), Orit Silver Detail Necklace ($142), Rebecca Minkoff Tweed Impulse Clutch ($193, originally $275)
Macy's latest collaboration is not with one trendsetting celebrity, but with a collective of style innovators, courtesy of MADE Fashion Week. Officially called MADE Fashion Week For Impulse, the ongoing series — set to release on March 12 in 150 Macy's stores and online — will feature 20 to 30 pieces, all embodying that cool-girl street-styled look we see outside NYC's Milk Studios during Fashion Week. Consider it an easy way to channel your own version of that MOD (model off-duty) vibe without also having to break the bank to do so. "Our clothes, just like us, exist somewhere at the intersection of fashion, music, art, and pop culture. Our collections will always be inspired by the kids on the streets. Our friends," promised MADE cofounder Jenné Lombardo.