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Posts for January 29th 2010
Rebecca Gayheart was spotted on her way to Cafe Med In West Hollywood, California showing off her baby bump in a colorful striped t-shirt that she paired with a classic khaki trench coat, dark skinny jeans and brown ballet flats. An oversize pair of aviator sunglasses completed the look with class and style. Shop similar items now!
It makes me happy that after the Screen Actors Guild Awards and Spring Couture week, there's still several noteworthy celebrity looks. Leading the pack is Brandy — where has she been?! She gets top billing this week for wearing a cool, attainable outfit emphasized by a stellar smile. Click through to see some more wintry chic looks as well as a couple dapper fellas.
Anne Hathaway attended the Hasty Pudding Club's 2010 Woman of the Year ceremony at Harvard University in a festive black ensemble. She dressed up her slouchy belted pants with a sequin t-shirt and platform pumps. Her porcelain skin and bright smile acted as the perfect accessories to her stylish yet simple outfit. Shop similar items now to achieve the same look!
At this year's Sundance Film Festival, stars bundled up in chic, Winter outerwear. Naomi Watts and Kerry Washington sported sleek puff jackets in Park City. Kristen Stewart, Jon Hamm, and James Franco were all spotted in a variety of cozy parkas by Woolrich John Rich & Bros. Jessica Alba wore a super chic faux fur coat by Opening Ceremony, inspired by Where the Wild Things Are. These Sundance starlets are proof that cold weather is no excuse to abandon style . . . Like what you see? Watch more FabTV.
Come Monday, Alexander Wang will plaster the streets of NYC with his first-ever ad campaign. "The [images] were originally only supposed to be posters we were going to send to editors and stores," said Wang. "But I felt the energy was much more appropriate for something like guerrilla marketing than anything too proper or formal. Because T is really the core foundation of what Alexander Wang stands for, I thought it should be something that could be much more democratic." The monochrome ad features Hannah Holman showing off Wang's super soft tees — which will be available at Alexander.com on Monday — in cool stretch formations. It's fresh and funky, just like the boy wonder himself. Are you feeling it?
This week's challenge was to create a signature couture piece. Historical creations by Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, and Madame Gres at the Metropolitan Museum of Art served as muses. A $500 budget was allocated — the biggest in Project Runway history. On day two, the designers were thrown a curve ball and told to also create a look for less inspired by another team's couture piece.
Ping chose Jesse as her team member, to his dismay. Not only did they quarrel, but Ping churned out dysfunctional, ill-fitting clothes. Was it her time to go?
Photos courtesy of Lifetime