If you haven't already, it may be a good idea to commit the name Jerome C. Rousseau to memory. The LA-based designer, who's most well known for his exquisite shoe designs (loyalists include Julianne Hough, Carrie Underwood, and Holland Roden), has added another accessory specialty to his résumé: clutches. The painstaking detail paid to his heels has been visibly extended to his sleek capsule of evening-geared accessories. All you have to do is look to the white python gold-framed clutch — a piece that balances opulence and exotic texture — or turn to the all-out glamour of the crystal-covered ribbon-clad version (pictured here) to understand just why Hollywood's leading ladies deem Rousseau a go-to source for undeniably gorgeous fashion statements. Click on for an exclusive look at Jerome C. Rousseau's foray into clutches, as well as soundbites straight from the designer.
Barneys just kicked off its famous online warehouse sale filled with irresistible designer deals for you to pounce on ASAP. The shopping haven — which was only available in stores until it went online last Summer — boasts huge discounts of up to 75 percent off the likes of Manolo Blahnik, Alexander Wang, Chloé, and much more. We're talking perfect transitional Winter-to-Spring leather jackets, sexy sandals, pretty dresses, and polished separates to update your 9-to-5 wardrobe. From Fallon's stunning emerald spike earrings to Mugler's chic tiger-print sweater, click on to see our top picks from the sale — then get shopping!
- Allison Williams takes on a new project — People Style Watch
- A Sunday outfit worth repeating — Olivia Palermo
- How Kate Middleton dresses up her baby bump — HuffPost Style
- Beyoncé introduces Rubin Singer to the world — Fashionista
- W magazine scales back to 10 issues a year — Styleite
- Fashion people at risk for NYFW fashion flu — The Fashion Spot
- Lauren Conrad picks her eco-style favorites — Lucky
- Kate Upton won't do juice fasts — The Cut
- What is the theme of CR Fashion Book's second issue? — The Daily Beast
Beyoncé Knowles's halftime performance quite literally stole the spotlight at the Super Bowl (only minutes after the halftime festivities, the Superdome went dark, putting the game on hold). The singer drew all eyes with a Destiny's Child-assisted set and one seriously sexy leather getup by Rubin Singer. Now we're taking a closer look postshow at every jaw-dropping angle, which includes a leather and lace bustier, tights, and Proenza Schouler boots. If you missed a moment, we still highly suggest that you find a friend with the show on DVR or catch the action on YouTube, but in the meantime, you can at least get a glimpse of all the glamorous outfit details inside — then tell us what you think in comments.
News flash: the '90s are back. In the era of anything-goes fashion, it's not a New Age feel, but a totally nostalgic one that's driving the Spring '13 trend. Case in point: the resurgence of MTV's House of Style, plaid, combat boots, and Beetlejuice stripes dotting the Spring runway, as well as DKNY's exclusive reissue collection for Opening Ceremony all point to the decade's big comeback in pop culture — and in our wardrobes. Now we're paging all '90s girls with a look at our favorite (rereleased) trends that are looking even better the second time around. Think mirrored Oakleys, Nike Air wedges, floral-print denim, and an LBD that would make Cher Horowitz proud. It's all good. Just click through for a shopping trip down memory lane with 15 awesome picks that pay homage to the new '90s.
We're counting down the days until the Prabal Gurung For Target collection, which hits stores on Feb. 10. While there are so many pieces that we adore from the collaboration, we're highlighting a few of our favorite party dresses because that's what Prabal does best. Also in the mix? We're showing you the best accessories — the ones that will fit into your wardrobe seamlessly. Watch on to see it all here! On Allison McNamara: Club Monaco top, H&M pants.
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Ahead of the kickoff, the Superdome became a stage to showcase the vocals — and ensembles — of both Jennifer Hudson and Alicia Keys. Both singers drew the spotlight with their respective renditions of "America the Beautiful" and the national anthem, while providing a more glamorous twist on game-day gear. Alicia stepped out for the occasion in a scarlet-hued, body-conscious floor-length Alaia gown with a fishtail hemline, which she adorned with a Marina B gold choker (rooting for the 49ers, perhaps?). Jennifer Hudson, who led a moving performance with the Sandy Hook Elementary School chorus, opted for a leather turtleneck top by Monika Chiang and a white L’Wren Scott military-style pencil skirt, which she polished off with tights and ankle-strap heels. Alicia gave us all-out glamazon style, while Jennifer's look is a more sophisticated take — now we're turning it over to you: which Super Bowl styler won this game-day battle?
Last night's Directors Guild Awards played host to yet another round of slick red-carpet cocktail attire. While not quite the stuff of black-tie affairs, our two favorite looks certainly held enough intrigue to supply ample (sleeveless) styling inspiration. Jennifer Garner opted for an Antonio Berardi LWD that, once again, proved her ability to find the balance in sexy cuts and glamorous finishes. And for us, the combination of a body-conscious silhouette, embellished top, and a crisp Winter white hue made this the kind of monochromatic outfit that never veers toward boring. To counter the sleeveless shift, she accessorized with muted metallic pieces, namely a Salvatore Ferragamo box clutch and matching satin peep-toe pumps, then added just a hint of sparkle via Cartier jewels. Jennifer's look is the perfect solution to your "how to wear white at night" question. But if you're not a fan of the peep-toe look in Winter, try a pointy-toe pump in the same neutral tone instead.This award season's wild-card styler, Anne Hathaway, went for a punchier print look, donning a sleeveless pink-and-blue beaded Valentino Couture dress with navy blue Casadei vegan heels. Because the dress offered up a serious textual statement, the Les Misérables actress didn't do much else in the way of add-ons. Her diamond studs, tennis bracelet, and wedding ring served as the outfit's only accents, and in this case, it totally worked. Anne's playful choice is the kind of dress you should wear on the next night out with the girls — it's fun, festive, but doesn't feel overdone in the least. Which look would you wear? Tell us in the comments.