Posts for September 13th 2010
Team Sugar is headed to New York Fashion Week and you’re coming with! “Inside Style” is our special series chronicling the adventures of our New York-bound team as they navigate the hottest parties, meet the most talked-about designers, and view the most fabulous collections at Fashion Week. Meet PopSugar editors and reporters Annie, Allie and Allison as they kick off their journey in episode 1 with excitement and suitcases to pack, and be sure to stay tuned for an exciting week to come.
The celebrities at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards seemed to shy away from color this year, and one hot trend we noticed were chic black and white. Katy Perry rocked a revealing Marchesa, Ashley Greene stunned in a strapless Giambattista Valli, and even Glee's Jane Lynch got into the act with a black and white ensemble under a floor-length coat. On Allison: Costume Dept. Dress, Azature Necklace
Serena van der Woodsen looks very stylish as she walks the streets of Paris with a young gentleman caller. Especially cool were her green, ruffled Haute Hippie dress (available online in cream) and Fendi bag. The total look was made even more fabulous with a wrap belt, a floppy hat, and jeweled flats. Shop Serena's Parisian style now.
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Serena van der Woodsen looks pretty in pink in the season four premiere of Gossip Girl. Her pale pants are from Suno, and she paired them with other earthy tone pieces: namely her beige tank, slightly darker bag, and tan hat. A green necklace and gray bra tie the look together. Shop it all now.
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Close your eyes and imagine a faraway land, complete with Garden of Eden touches, glistening landscapes, and dreamy fabrics. The models at Monique Lhuillier looked as if they were come-to-life fairies. There were some daytime looks — camel high-waist trousers, cherry blossom blouse with skinny belt detail, a sage Chantilly lace one-shoulder cocktail dress — that felt more laid-back. But the real drama took flight once the evening gowns stormed in one by one. Every floor-length dress billowed and draped the form to perfection, very reminiscent of a modern-day Cinderella.
Lhuillier used soft watercolor shades on divine materials: blush ombre and pink floral chiffon, toffee sequin, ivory embroidery, mint organza, stardust silk, and poppy raffia. There were a handful of red apple, electric blue, emerald green, and deep rose gowns that provided that lasting pop of color. I can't wait to have my princess moment with one of Lhuillier's Spring creations — a girl can dream.
To see all of the pics from the Monique Lhuillier show, read more