Posts for September 14th 2010
Victoria Beckham made her way through NYC looking like the stylish designer she is. She wore two things of her own design: her skinny jeans and her brand-new bag (not available just yet). With her eponymous pieces, she wore a shawl-collar blazer, an asymmetrical tank, and spiky Christian Louboutin pumps. Shop the flat version of her shoes, and all the rest, now.
Emma Roberts was a classy lady in NYC in an asymmetrical white chiffon dress and metallic YSL clutch.
School is back in session for the 90210 crew; it's senior year, and Annie is dressing the part of a cool upperclassman. Since it's Beverly Hills, she opted for a weather-appropriate outfit: a henley tank, a flouncy skirt, and multiple necklaces. Shop similar pieces to Annie's now.
Photo courtesy of The CW
Mulberry was definitely in a Florence and the Machine mood this afternoon when it sent banged, red-wigged models down a makeshift runway surrounding the Soho House's rooftop pool. The singer herself, Florence Welch, was seated in the front row two seats down from Alexa Chung and seemed to be taken quite by surprise at the hair homage. It was yet another Mulberry collection in which the shoes and bags took center stage — they had variations on their popular Bayswater and Alexa bags in new colors and snake prints.
There were 36 looks in shades of purple, apricot, and blue, many featuring textured floral details and even one dress constructed entirely of bows. There were jackets perfect for a rainy London afternoon, as well as a variety of simple party dresses. Designer Emma Hill popped out for a wave afterward wearing a sweatshirt that said simply "New York." The show was timed to coincide with the opening of the house's first Big Apple showroom, which officially opens its doors tomorrow.
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Besides the amazing looks coming down the catwalk, you won't want to miss the styled celebs sitting in the front rows. It's always a jam-packed party! Can you guess the fashionable faces in the coveted front-row seats at New York Fashion Week?
Season after season, Rachel Roy caters to more than one type of woman. She doesn’t corner herself into one defining trend, color, or mood — and we are all luckier for it. Her latest presentation was split up into two capsules: ready-to-wear and her trench coat line. In the trench scene, all styles were tailored, belted, and buttoned to perfection. As for the rest of the collection, I’m smitten! Roy made chic, wearable cocktail dresses, A-line shirts, maxiskirts, and blouse/pant combos in luxurious silk and jersey fabrics. It had a total '50s housewife meets '90s cool vibe to it. She used everything from white, tan, and black neutrals to shiny silvers, retro multicolor prints, and metallic blues. The footwear — see-through, ankle-strap, peep-toe heels — was also a highlight. Check out the ones with green and fuchsia coloring; stunning! Looking drop-dead gorgeous with minimal effort, that’s what Rachel Roy allows us to do best.
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