Fashion Week continues on pace, and even though it's Saturday, there's still plenty to see. Designers Jill Stuart and Prabal Gurung, who are known for their innovative shapes and technique, had their shows, which brought cleaner, more classically styled looks to the fore. It was a particularly pretty and polished day, with a few fun 1990s throwback exceptions, so check out what the shows had in store.
Emma rocks. She attended the Glastonbury Music Festival in a totally fresh, mud-ready ensemble. Her Louis Vuitton corset top is an unexpected choice; the sexiness is tempered by modest cuffed jeans shorts, black rubber boots, and black knee socks. A fringed and studded black bag holds all her concert supplies, while her sexy man friend holds my attention. We know what Emma Watson wears at Glastonbury, here's what FabUK would pack.
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Fashion Week just ended, and now it's time for the real fun to start. All over the world, stylists, celebrities, and savvy peeps will be taking what they saw at the shows and translating it into real-life, wearable looks. You don't have to wait for the tastemakers to adapt these looks for you, though; in fact, you can wear many of the trendiest ones right now. I've assembled the 20 prettiest, easiest-to-create looks from the second half of Fashion Week (see the first half here) to get you runway-ready right now. Click through to get gorgeous.
In part one of our 6 Reasons Why You Can't Live Without Vampires special, we count down numbers six through four: we've got the latest updates on vampire-related TV and movie projects, we show you all the funny spoofs and jokes taking a bite off the vamp craze, and our editors explain how to wear gothic clothes and makeup without looking like you're ready to go trick-or-treating!
New York Fashion Week ended last week, and now it's time to analyze the styles, from hair to makeup to what polishes we foresee flying off the shelves come March. To make the myriad styles we saw over the nine days of 2010 Spring New York Fashion Week easier to parse, I've assembled the six big trends, complete with several different ways to wear each — from rebel rocker to demure debutante. Click through for the definitive looks for Spring.
The last couple of days have been some of the most experimental of the week. If you've seen the makeup and hair at Marc Jacobs's runway show you know what I'm talking about. While I'm excited to see designers innovating, I'd also like to showcase looks that are achievable without a team of brilliant makeup artists present. So along with the big, cool-to-look-at shows, I've put together some of the prettiest, most accessible looks from the last couple of days. Click through and see for yourself. (And in case you missed them the first time around, be sure to check out my favorites from days one and two and days three through five.)