Last night, the stars were out to celebrate the launch of Kenzo's Kalifornia bag, and although we were on full It bag watch, we couldn't help but be distracted by the print party. Jessica Alba, in a graphic-print minidress with a textured hemline, and Fergie both framed their prints with black to let them pop. Rashida Jones showed she wasn't afraid of pattern in a fish-print dress, which she accessorized with a blue shoulder bag and white platform sandals. Three ways to wear print — but only one can be your favorite! Vote below.
This Fall seems to be the season of the witch! Well, that is, according to the television lineup. I love it as I've always been a fan of shows that have Witchy Women – Vampire Diaries, Super Natural, and new favorites — American Horror Story: Coven and Witches of East End. The shows' differences not only lie in the story lines but also hemlines.
The wardrobe on American Horror Story: Coven consists mostly of blacks and whites. The simple colors juxtapose the vivid plot and colorful backdrop of New Orleans where the show is set. With a simple color scheme, the wardrobe is still as dark and captivating as its cast of characters. The new witches attend a magic school that makes Harry Potter’s alma mater look like Disneyland! They are preparing for a War of Witches and are appropriately dressed as chic magical soldiers. I do believe they put a spell on me, because this weekend while shopping at H&M, I purchased this dress and sleeveless blouse. I also bought a white hair clip that I turned into a brooch. Hey, they’re not the only ones who know a bit of magic. Read on for more witchy ideas!
Halloween parties always bring out the best celebrities, not to mention the best celebrity costumes. Just in time for the holiday, we're serving up some inspiration with 79 of our favorite star costumes over the years. From the guests at Kate Hudson and Heidi Klum's Halloween bashes, celebrity attendees got busy dressing the part — from the good, like Miranda Kerr's sexy circus ringleader look, to the downright scary, like Heidi and her cadaver suit — and all style rules went out the window. Instead, we're looking to the wacky, zany, and all-out creative for high-impact Halloween looks. Click through for the best celebrity costumes over the years, then be sure to share your favorite in comments.
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!
The piece: ASOS Cat London Cloche with Ears
The price: $36
Why we want it: The eared-accessories trend is a tough one: although we love ourselves some animal sweaters, donning actual bunny ears or cat ears on hats or hoodies has sometimes felt a little too whimsical for anyone on the far side of 5 years old. But, if there's one time to try out the rising trend (yep, even Nicole Richie has added them to her fashionable lineup this season), it's today. Kick off Halloween with a nod to its unofficial mascot with this cat-eared cap by a London-based brand that counts cool girls Kate Young and Alexa Chung as fans. We think this wool version, with its smaller, more subdued ears, is a grown-up version you'll want to wear well past the holiday.
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"The biggest question people always ask is, 'Why don't you wear jeans or sweatpants?' I think they have this vision of me always being dressed to the nines and uncomfortable at all times — but that definitely isn’t the case at all." It's true: Dita Von Teese is so known for her precise and impeccable style that you can easily forget that she's a real person who runs errands, gets lunch with friends, and packs a suitcase for a quick getaway. The self-styled bombshell does indeed have an "off-duty" style, and no, it doesn't include sweats.
"For me during my normal day, I put my hair back in a chignon, I wear red lipstick, a little bit of mascara, add some chic sunglasses, and I've got a pulled-together look," says Dita. "And then I wear a lot of ballet flats and simple dresses — I feel like the glamour is in the dress and the red lipstick. It's pretty simple to me."
She loves a dress with a full skirt — and her flats of choice? Chic Christian Louboutins or Melissa flats. ("They're like very chic little jellies," says Dita.) When it comes to travel, she approaches her airport style with the same sophisticated off-duty approach. "I like arriving somewhere, and I love the tradition of getting dressed for travel — you never know who you're going to meet on a plane."
Her signature carry-on bag is a piece of classic Louis Vuitton luggage. "It's expensive, but when you travel as much as I do, it's a pretty good investment," says Dita. "I think a lot about luxury and when you should splurge, because it's often more worthwhile." She adds, "I think people need to see other versions of comfortable chic."
Visit Lifestyle Mirror to shop the picks inspired by Dita's easy off-duty glamour — from the chic ballet flats to siren-red lipstick.