Hilary Duff sported a pair of black leather over-the-knee boots in LA.
Posts for September 22nd 2010
Julianne Moore went fashion forward in a pair of buckled trousers and strappy sandals at an event in NYC.
You have statement jackets under control, but what about something to keep you cozy all Fall? Tobi has your solution. Right now, its selection of new sweaters is interesting, each slightly off-kilter, but still super comfortable. Want a little versatility via a cardigan with removable gloves? They got it. What about a sexy cowl that reveals your bra? Done. A tux cardigan suit your style? Step inside to see, and shop, them all.
Whitney Port has been a busy gal, first debuting her Spring 2011 collection for her clothing line, Whitney Eve, and now a capsule collection for e-retailer, Piperlime.com. Port will reveal the 14-piece line—which includes dresses, tops, jackets and sweaters—tonight at Piperlime’s pop-up store in N.Y.C.’s Soho, but we’ve got a sneak peek at some of the sketches! Inspired by a “ballerina-meets-urbanista,” the sketches of draped dresses and cozy sweaters (perfect for warming up at the ballet bar) are right on cue.
Whitney Eve with Piperlime will be available exclusively online and at the pop-up store starting tomorrow.
— Joyann King
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Halle Berry made her way through the LA airport in typical plane attire: comfy, but still cute. Both Halle and her daughter were outfitted in the latest digs from All Saints, which you can shop here. Add basic sandals, aviator sunglasses, and diamond-stud earrings to mimic Halle's look exactly.
That's right, JCPenney has $500 with your dog tags all over it. JCPenney wants to help you take this season's government-issued utilitarian cargos to military chic. Scroll through the fashion slideshow of key military looks, and then tell us what pieces you plan on incorporating into your wardrobe to take it from drab to fab for your chance to win $500!
The fierce designer powerhouse — at the creative direction of Frida Giannini — delivers vibrant hues and sexy cuts for Spring '11. A collection that starts with color-injected jewel tones and metallics in slim, femme tailored pieces, then evolves into the edgier, the exotic: cutouts, fringe-trimmed corsets, tops, and skirts, and classic croc in a cropped trench. It's a glimpse of something strong, but equally womanly — curve-hugging silhouettes and the sultriest ways to reveal skin. It's a collection that merges bold creativity into something sophisticated, all in one breadth, a journey into something wildly unique and still impeccably polished.