Louise Roe predicts Fall 2010’s top trends will fall into two categories: feminine or futuristic. In one camp, designers like Zac Posen, Carolina Herrera, and Monique Lhuillier are taking cues from Old Hollywood silhouettes as seen on the red carpet from celebrities like An Education’s Carey Mulligan and Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks. In the other camp, fashion-forward thinkers Alexander Wang, Marc Jacobs, Yigal Azrouël and Project Runway winners Christian Siriano and Irina Shabayeva are taking a more avant-garde, Avatar-inspired take on what’s to come.
Posts for February 5th 2010
We want to see you Paint It Black. Join our Paint It Black fashion group to post your looks, and maybe we'll feature you on Fab! Click over to see my PIB outfit details and start painting yourself black!
Sometimes I forget how many gorgeous women there are to idolize. This week I was reminded of all the fearless, fashion-loving females we have to admire and learn from. Whether their approach is elegant, sexy, fun, or classic, this crop of lovelies exhibit a diverse range of styles. Leading the pack is troublesome twosome Jennifer Lopez and Beyonce at the Grammys. Both babes prove you can have it all and then some.
Taylor Swift touched down in Sydney looking as sweet as can be in a bright red Marc by Marc Jacobs jacquard dress. Adding to the girly factor, she wore black patent leather Mary Janes that matched her long cardigan and completed the look with a mustard-colored shoulder bag. Shop her exact dress and other like items now!
The second installment of Sonia Rykiel Pour H&M, the "Queen of Knits," drops on Feb. 20. In the meantime, let's check out the fun launch party photos. The swanky soiree took place at Bobo in New York last night and was hosted by Sonia's daughter, Nathalie. Also in attendance were Amanda Hearst, singer Michelle Williams, and Gossip Girls Leighton Meester and Kelly Rutherford. The bright knits were on display, but the cutest sight of the night? DJ Chanel Iman! Enter for more behind the seams action.
We had so much fun weighing in on everyone's looks at the Grammys. Did you remember to cast your vote in our live red carpet polls? If you're itching for more, check out our new Grammy Awards faceoff! Play any faceoff game and enter you for a chance to win the monthly $1,000 grand prize. Click here for the official rules.
While most challenges on Project Runway involve svelte models, last night's episode was all about real women. And not just any real women, but ones who have had to overcome a disease. It was inspiring to hear their stories, both for the audience and the designers. Some even got teary eyed during their consultations. It was yet another round of amazing creations. Did you agree with the winner and loser? Test yourself below to see how well were you paying attention to the fashion details.Source Take the Quiz