Stephanie Pratt was spotted in Beverly Hills wearing a very cute all-black look. Since black can be basic, she added dimension by wearing a cropped leather jacket over her knit dress and jersey leggings. Caged heels and a Chanel bag finished it all off. Shop these like items now.
Posts for December 1st 2010
Who is that stocking-wearing, dark-haired naughty girl in that car? I almost didn't recognize her! While Gisele Bundchen got wrapped in latex in Vogue Italia's December issue, Kate Moss got all gussied up for Nick Knight's lens. Poufy brown hair, cone bra, checkered apron, leopard lingerie — this is a version of Kate we don't often see! Check out the entire saucy spread now.
Jessica Simpson left her hotel in New York City sporting a tee that supported a great cause. Her Mondo Guerra for Piperlime World AIDS Day shirt not only looked cute but also benefits amfAR. Wear it like Jessica with a tuxedo blazer, Givenchy bag, skinny jeans, and knee-high boots for the ultimate in charitable style.
We're thrilled to present our favorite InStyle story here on Fab!
InStyle designer (and part-time blogger) Jenni Radosevich offers up easy, step-by-step directions in this month’s December issue (page 96) to add a bit of glitz to your favorite sweater or ballet flats.Here’s What You’ll Need:
- A cotton cardigan, plain flats, chain from a hardware or trimming store, pliers, and clear, waterproof glue.
- Measure along the edge of your piece to determine the length of chain required.
- Apply glue to clothing item in 2-inch increments. Attach trim, and hold in place for five seconds to secure. Repeat until the perimeter is covered. Use pliers to connect chain ends. Let dry for an hour.
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Gisele Bundchen may no longer be an angel, but she still oozes out-of-this-world sex appeal. In her latest editorial for Vogue Italia's December 2010 issue, Gisele steps in front of Steven Meisel's camera and does what she does best — poses like there's no tomorrow. Swathed in the likes of Miu Miu, Max Mara, and Michael Kors — not to mention plastic and latex — she works all the angles, and convinces us that rubber may actually be the new "it" fabric. Click through to see all the plastic pics.