- Anna Dello Russo's Fashion Month wardrobe cost a staggering $172,000 to $200,000. [The Daily Beast]
- What went through Georgia May Jagger's mind as she closed Just Cavalli's Fall 2013 show? "Left, right, left right," she said. "I [tried] not to crack up — it's really hard to keep a straight face." [Vogue UK]
- Michael Kors will be honored with the Couture Council's Artistry of Fashion Award this September. [The Cut]
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Paris Fashion Week kicked off last week, and stars, models, and musicians have been flocking to the French runways ever since. Elizabeth Olsen and Naomi Watts teamed up at the Louis Vuitton show earlier today and watched as Kate Moss made her return to the runway. Renée Zellweger, Rebecca Hall, and Zoe Saldana chatted during Miu Miu, sitting front row with January Jones, while Jessica Alba posed solo in a bright blue look on Tuesday. Take a look at all the celebrities at Paris Fashion Week as the fashion fun wraps up today.
There are no two ways about it, Jessica Chastain was Paris Fashion Week's standout style star. Not only did she make an appearance at just about every major show, but she also delivered impeccable ensembles for every front-row moment. From Chanel to Louis Vuitton to Saint Laurent and Givenchy, the actress brought her fashion A-game in a variety of chic hues: black, white, fiery red, with pops of purple and gold. As for silhouettes, Jessica dabbled with formfitting styles, tried mini and maxi hemlines, and even showed off a sleek jumpsuit. Without further ado, step inside to witness Jessica's nine best PFW style moments, then vote on your favorite once you've seen them all.
Givenchy's Fall 2013 collection was designed for the strong woman in mind, and no fierce female would be complete without a bold beauty statement. And that's just what the colorful hair coming down the Parisian runway was all about. The models' strands were pinned up in multiple coils and then painted various bold hues, including blue, pink, purple, and orange. With such eye-catching hair, the makeup was kept simple with shades of pink on the eyes, lips, and cheeks, which is a lot more wearable than the colorful coifs.
The look: Vibrant hair with shimmering pink makeup.
Who would wear it: The empowered woman who likes to make heads turn.
Color scheme: Rainbow hair with a surprisingly sweet pink makeup palette.
- Heidi Klum announced via Twitter that she will be the new judge on America's Got Talent. [Twitter user HeidiKlum]
- Condé Nast International has invested $20 million in Farfetch. This is the largest ecommerce deal to date for the publishing house. [WWD]
- Natalia Vodianova proved that she is as good of an athlete as she is a model yesterday when she completed a half marathon before closing the Givenchy Fall 2013 show. [Telegraph]
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The Givenchy Fall '13 collection certainly catered to a strong, stylish woman. Even from the start, the show notes declared that "future feminism" was the source of inspiration and drive for this lineup. It came as no surprise then that long sheer skirts, tougher knits, toggled outerwear, and structured striped boots all made the styling cut. Watch the complete Givenchy collection come down the runway now — and be on the lookout for appearances from Natalia Vodianova and Erin Wasson!
With a front row that included Jessica Chastain, Frank Ocean, Amanda Seyfried, Kanye West, and Kim Kardashian, Riccardo Tisci's Fall 2013 show for Givenchy was among the buzziest of Paris Fashion Week outings yet. Thanks to a live performance by Antony Hegarty of Antony and the Johnsons and the imposing circular runway at Halle Freyssinet, it was also one of the more theatrical.
The Givenchy Fall '13 woman is strong — even the show notes described this collection as one defined by "future feminism." What exactly does that look like? To start, Riccardo Tisci sent out long sheer skirts, trimmed with embellishments, then topped them with tougher (and sometimes sparkly) knits. Long gone are the Rottweiler prints, now replaced by sweeter Bambi-printed sweatshirts. Zippered layers were styled with ruffled leather midi-length skirts, hints of rose prints and plaid were scattered throughout, and the outerwear showcased toggle-front detailing and wide waist-cinching belts. Meanwhile, the shoes — midcalf boots with bold stripes — and rosebud hair caps rounded out each model's look with equal parts softness and structure. Considering the front row that included Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Jessica Chastain, Amanda Seyfried, Nicole Richie, and Frank Ocean, we're pretty sure Tisci's latest for Givenchy will be seen off-runway very soon. See the complete Fall '13 collection inside.
Zoe Saldana turned up the sex appeal for the Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty tonight — she showed up in a lacy black Givenchy number that was basically the epitome of boudoir-chic. Saldana accessorized her dress with a few silver rings and a gorgeous pair of drop earrings, and capitalized on the Old Hollywood glamour with a slicked-back chignon and a sweep of red lipstick. Dare we say that we love this look more than her red-carpet confection earlier tonight? Time for you to weigh in now.Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Solange Knowles, Katy Perry, and Florence Welch all had green on their minds tonight at the 2013 Grammy Awards. Solange chose a beaded emerald gown with structured cap sleeves and a thigh-high slit, finished with contrasting neon spiked Christian Louboutin pumps. Katy wore a mint-colored Gucci gown with a decolletage-revealing keyhole and bejeweled neckline, while Florence sparkled in an emerald-green custom-made Givenchy with a side slit and studs. All different shades of green, all fabulous in their own right. But who wins this style battle?
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