Miranda Kerr stepped out on the streets of Manhattan working the perfect daytime Fall look with noteworthy accessories — a new tan suede Burberry barrel bag ($2,495) and two-tone Stella McCartney shades ($318). For her clothes, the model went denim-on-denim with a chambray top and high-waisted skinny jeans, then added this bouclé Isabel Marant coat ($1,115) for extra warmth, leopard driving loafers for a pop of print, and this Pearl Collective pendant ($580) for a dash of sparkle. Score Miranda's exact coat, bag, and sunglasses to pair with your favorite chambray top and denim, then slip on a pair of leopard flats to nail her effortlessly chic ensemble.
At last night's Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards in London, our eyes were on three women in particular. Stella McCartney, Emily Blunt, and Marion Cotillard caught our attention not just as award winners — Stella was honored as designer of the year, Emily as British actor, and Marion as international actor of the year — but for their stellar ensembles. Stella stepped out in a gilded trouser and top, complete with a pair of her pointed-toe pumps. Emily opted for a sleek Alexander McQueen halter gown in a brilliant tangerine hue, while Marion wowed in yet another Dior confection from Raf Simons's Spring '13 collection — a navy tulle-adorned strapless dress, finished with white pumps. Now, we're asking you — which of the A-listers gets your vote for best dressed at Bazaar's UK bash?
Well, that was fun: another Fashion Month has come and gone. Now that we've had time to regroup, it seems like this one was a lot more eventful than seasons past. Certainly a lot of the excitement had to do with the new arrivals at Dior and Saint Laurent, but those weren't the only happenings that caused a stir this month. From the critic who got into public spats with two high-profile designers to the most recognizable accessory of the season, we examine the reasons why the Spring 2013 collections will stick out in our minds for years to come.
Newlywed Anne Hathaway did some vintage shopping at Wasteland in LA yesterday wearing a cute red-and-yellow outfit: red striped tank with red skinny jeans, these striped espadrilles by Soludos ($36) and these Stella McCartney cat-eye sunglasses ($225). Then a yellow quilted chain-handle crossbody bag by Stella McCartney added a pop of unexpected color to her casual LA look. Score Anne's exact shoes and sunglasses now to work into your everyday mix. If it's too chilly in your city to rock this look sans jacket, throw on a chunky cardigan to give it a Fall spin.
Kate Moss checked out the Saint Laurent show last night at Paris Fashion Week with her husband, Jamie Hince. Salma Hayek was also in the front row with her spouse, Francois-Henri Pinault. Jessica Chastain, the face of YSL's Manifesto perfume, stepped out as well for the Spring 2013 event. Kate wrapped up a busy day that also included watching the Spring 2013 Stella McCartney show with other stars like Salma and Jerry Seinfeld, and later celebrating with Stella with a shopping excursion to Colette. Kate and Salma are among the many celebrities at Paris Fashion Week, and we'll see more before the stylish fun wraps up tomorrow.
Kate Moss left her home in London to attend Stella McCartney's Spring 2013 show at Paris Fashion Week. The supermodel stuck to her signature edgy black style by wearing a black knee-length Stella McCartney dress with a black leather biker jacket, then went classic with a pair of black patent pointy Manolo Blahnik pumps. Printed cat-eye sunglasses and a luminescent clutch, both from Stella's Spring 2013 collection, really kicked up her Parisian ensemble. Re-create Kate's latest look by rocking your little black dress with a motorcycle-style leather jacket and classic pumps, then adding major spunk via printed shades and a shiny clutch.
Stella McCartney had her usual roster of celebrities in the front row today during Paris Fashion Week. Kate Moss, Salma Hayek, and Paul McCartney were among those out to see Stella's Spring 2013 collection. Jerry Seinfeld even made the trek to France for the show! Kate made the rounds with her pal Mario Testino after lunching at Café de Flore, while Salma brought her husband, Francois-Henri Pinault, whose PPR company owns Stella's line. Rachel Zoe also stepped out with her man, Rodger Berman. They're the latest celebrities at Paris Fashion Week — make sure to check out all our runway news from the shows straight from our editors in Paris.
Stella McCartney's no-fuss approach to modern dressing was on right on track for Spring 2013.
Playing with proportion, McCartney mixed volume — boxy warm-up jackets, round-shouldered pullovers, wide-sleeved tops — with elongated skirts and slouchy trousers for a laid-back, sporty feel. In sheer fabrics — organza, plissé, eyelet — the effect was light and crisp; the palette of white, black, and navy accented by pops of citrus and lime kept it cheerful and fresh.
Stella McCartney stayed true to her signature wearable aesthetic for Spring 2013, showing her collection at the Opéra Garnier in Paris to an audience that included Salma Hayek, Kate Moss, and her father, Sir Paul McCartney. Stella offered up a collection that was equal parts sporty and sweet — slouchy track jackets were worn with silk trousers, and boxer shorts layered under wide-legged eyelet pants, but the designer also included pretty watercolor-print dresses, louche leopard suits, and bold colorblock looks that completely lit up the runway. Stella also showed off her knack for impeccable tailoring with boxy double-breasted suits and split wrap skirts, as well as military-inspired sleeveless coats. Each look was accessorized with '70s-style flatforms and sleek structured satchels, and seemed to show an easy, laid-back vibe that we can't help but covet for next season. Once again, Stella McCartney's incredible craftsmanship and wearability truly can't be beat.
- Trends: Colorblocking, sheer, eyelet, leopard print.
- Colors: White, cobalt, black, mustard, navy, green.
- Key Piece: The cobalt blue sheer-panel dress, as modeled by Anja Rubik.
- Accessories: Ankle-strap flatforms, box clutches, sleek structured satchels.
- Who Should Wear It: Kate Moss would look amazing in the white and navy colorblock tank dress. Miranda Kerr, and Kate Hudson should also snag some pieces from this collection.