If you're still dealing with the shock that Father's Day is this weekend, fear not. We've rounded up stylish gifts that are likely available at your local mall, via overnight shipping, or sendable through email. Prepare for one very happy guy. On Leah: Veronica Beard.
Katie Holmes, Naomi Watts, and Anna Kendrick teamed up at Coach's Summer Party on the High Line in NYC yesterday. The three women were joined by Nashville star Connie Britton, Revenge's Joshua Bowman, and model Chrissy Teigen as they mingled with New Yorkers at the park. Katie is currently filming her new project, Mania Days, in the city, and she caused quite a stir on set a few weeks ago when she was spotted filming love scenes with costar Luke Kirby out in public. Meanwhile, Naomi has been playing social butterfly in the Big Apple while her longtime love, Liev Schreiber, finishes up filming for his new project, Ray Donovan, in LA. Naomi hit up Stella McCartney's Resort 2014 presentation with friends Cameron Diaz and Kate Bosworth on Monday and joined forces with Sienna Miller at a charity event last week. She has big news to share today as the new trailer for Diana, her film about the life of Princess Diana, was released online.
Last night, Coach took over NYC's High Line for its annual Summer carnival shindig — complete with a dunk tank, jugglers, and a fortune-teller, not to mention a whole slew of celebrities in warm-weather outfits perfect for inspiring whatever you've got on your own datebook this weekend. Katie Holmes picked a pure white, Chloé one-shoulder dress, while Naomi Watts continued the casual look in a pale pink See by Chloé shirtdress and Irene Neuwirth jewels. Connie Britton kept it equally breezy in a blue skinny-strapped style. It was Anna Kendrick who went a different route, opting for a rocker look by pairing skinny jeans with a printed blouse and leather vest. Which outfit do you plan on copying?
Depending on who you ask, coral can skew closer to the orange or the pink family. We're leaning toward the former, but there are so many cute coral picks in a whole rainbow of hues that we figured we'd feature them all. With this classic shade, pick one statement piece, and keep the rest of your look neutral.
Even though Emma Hill's departure from Mulberry was announced mere hours ago, there are already rumors as to where she's going next. At the top of the list? WWD is speculating that Hill may journey stateside to succeed Reed Krakoff as the next creative director of Coach.
And why shouldn't she? Hill has spent the past six years creating some of the most iconic bags on the accessories market — the Alexa and the new Willow tote, just to name a few — while also producing season after season of stunning ready-to-wear. Coach is looking to expand beyond simply accessories and outerwear into a full-fledged lifestyle brand — Emma Hill could be exactly what Coach is looking for. But she is not the only designer in the running. A look at who else we wouldn't mind seeing take the job, right after the jump.
June has arrived, and there's no denying it: it's Summer out there. We plan on spending as much of the next month as possible outside, whether it's a weekend getaway to a lazy afternoon picnic. With that in mind, our June shopping list showcases everything from our favorite one-piece swimsuit to the strappiest of sandals, from the quintessential white silk top to the most whimsical of Liberty prints — just one favorite from the season's newest designer collaboration. Still, it's not all fun in the sun. For that, we've picked some office-ready options to make your workday just as warm. Shop all of our editors' June must-have style essentials, here in the gallery.
There's no question that your work bag should be an investment piece, and designers like Reed Krakoff and Michael Kors have provided us with endless options for your 9-5 grind. From structured satchels to chic leather totes, shop the best bags (that'll fit all of your essentials), on the market.
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Whether it's the Hamptons or Napa, Summer is all about making those getaways for a little rest and relaxation. To help you on your way, we rounded up the best travel bags that score high on fashion and function. Shop some of our top choices — from Saint Laurent, Gucci, Coach, and more — below.
We're pretty sure Coach and Saint James have heard our Summer-styling prayers, as evidenced by the new limited-edition collaboration between the two iconic labels. Translation: the nautical Breton stripe — a staple print of Saint James's heritage — takes shape on Coach's bag silhouettes, as well as on an assortment of must-have beach essentials. Canvas duffel bags, colorblocked panama hats, a long sleeveless dress, a drawstring top, and a retro-inspired bikini all made the collaboration cut, and each piece rightfully belongs somewhere near the sand and surf. This collaboration hits just in time for Summer's impending getaways, and with prices ranging from $98 for a Legacy Weekend wristlet to $498 for a leather and canvas tote, you can actually shop the Saint James for Coach collection online and in select Coach stores now. Click on to see some of our favorite pieces, right this way.