Posts for August 26th 2008
It's all about the silver sequined glamour for Lo at Stephanie Pratt's birthday celebration. Lo sparkled in a dress very similar to the P.A.R.O.S.H. option below. She completed the look with a black patent bag and belt. Very easy to emulate, so go get your Lo on.
Photos courtesy of MTV
Lauren, Lo, and Audrina all joined Stephanie for her birthday party at Boulevard 3 in episode two of The Hills. Stephanie may have been the birthday girl, but all eyes were on Lauren who was wearing multiple colors in her Twinkle by Wenlan Picasso dress. The dress is enough to stand for itself, but what you can't see in the photo are the just-as-cool gold strappy sandals and gold clutch. For the full look, click here or just shop below.
Photos courtesy of MTV
Did you hear? I'm planning a Fab DIY tie-dye party at the park, and it's going to get psychedelic, people. I've got a rainbow of colors to choose from, and I even bought neon sprays for the finishing touch. If you've ever tie-dyed, you know it gets messy. I asked you to help me find a sweet outfit that will withstand dirt and dye.
I started you off with this Urban Outfitters Chain Braided Suede Headwrap ($18) because it's groovy and will keep my hair in place. Let's see what you all came up with!
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Karl Lagerfeld is the last person I would compare to a teddy bear, but a German toy company seems to think otherwise. Steiff, a famous maker of stuffed animals, has created limited-edition mini Karls that look just like the designer, even down to the black sunglasses, lacquered jeans, and high white shirt collar. But this bear doesn't come cheap. You must fork over $1,500 to get your Karl teddy at Neiman Marcus in September. It doesn't sound like Karl is going to pay up any time soon. "Nothing scares me more than people with some doll collection. Frightening," he said. So, is this freaky or fabulous? Adorably freaky?
As we continue our journey into the mind of celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe, here she is at a Lanvin party during Couture Week, with actresses Chelsea Tallarico and Liv Tyler, Lanvin designer Alber Elbaz, and Eva Mendes. Yes, we know she has friends in high places; I just like this photo. Speaking of celebrities, in this installment, Zoe talks about how her famous clients handled being filmed for her upcoming show, The Rachel Zoe Project. She also talks vintage and low fashion — Fab stuff.
Smile for the cameras:
"Most of my clients didn’t even know I was filming the show while I was shooting it. I kept it very, very under the radar because my clients always take precedence over anything that I do. And so I didn’t really ask many of them to participate. And the ones that did were just incredible support. It wasn’t a secret. It was just more that I was very focused on them and I don’t ever want any client to think that there’s anything distracting, which it didn’t. Joy Bryant has been a friend and a client for over six years. And Molly and Deborah, I think that I’m very, very fortunate because the women that I work with are just unbelievable women. They’re just incredible spirits."
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