Posts for October 15th 2010
Minnie Driver stepped out at the London Film Festival working the rocker-chic angle. A black leather LBD ($675) is on-trend and totally wearable, while a pair of cutout, open-toe Jimmy Choo booties further the edgy effect. Click the items above to shop a similar style.
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Gisele Bundchen was great in the Vogue Eyewear ads, but we're really looking forward to seeing what just-announced model Kate Moss will bring to the mix for Spring '11. Kate has posed in sunglasses before, but this will be her first complete eyewear campaign. We have to wait to see the official shots, but she and Mario Testino were recently spotted working together at Syon House in London. Until then, let's check out Kate in five of her favorite shades, from Prada to Ray-Ban.
FabSugar TV: Find Out How Lauren Conrad Travels in Style & Marchesa Designers Share Their Fashion Mantra
While promoting her newest books, Sugar and Spice and Style, the former Hills star shares her fashion secrets when on the road; and in light of her recent fashion PSA spoof, Lauren reminisces on a few FFUs of her own. In New York City, the designers of Marchesa tell us their take on trends and what piece they can’t live without this Fall!
The only thing better than buying a new bag is buying a new bag on sale. Lucky for you, the BCBGMAXAZRIA Tejus Leather Satchel ($99, originally $198) is unbelievably stylish, totally easy to wear, and – best of all – 50 percent off. The cross-body design is perfect for both work and weekend, and the python paneling adds that extra bit of luxury. Get it while it's hot!
I won't bore you with the details — you already know leopard print is an eye-catching way to amp up your look, and that it's especially Fab this Fall. Ashlee Simpson is the perfect example of why we love it — just a leopard print jacket thrown on over black basics and the look is instantly cooler. The jacket is a must-have piece for Fall, so why not have fun with it? It doesn't have to be loud; just pair it with another print or distressed denim to tone it down. Then you can always turn it up against an LBD, or better yet, a hot little red dress.