Jessica Stroup channeled a '20s flapper in a strapless, black, fringe LBD.
Posts for September 27th 2010
Katie Cassidy stars as Juliet Sharp on this, the third episode of Gossip Girl. She's ready for Fashion's Night Out in her FNO t-shirt, Zadig and Voltaire skirt, and Topshop blazer. Don't forget the layered necklace from Subversive. Shop the exact tee, with similar items, now.
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This season, the signature psychedelic Pucci print is reworked for something equally fabulous. For Spring '11, the feel is feminized, softer in silhouettes, and has a muted palette. Fabrics float in dreamy, watercolor-inspired prints that feel more serene than in-your-face. Blue hues spotlight on peasant-style blouses, ruffled dresses, and a standout knit, embellished mini sheath, but designer Peter Dundas gives every color a moment — tan suede coats, brown and red prints, orange-toned separates, even black in sheer blouses and cutout maxis. We get a taste of the '70s, then something romantic and sultry emerges: crochet, cutouts, and lace-up tops and dresses dominate. Feminine but not girlie, bohemian and whimsically wearable — that's how Pucci played it.
The sheer colors alone make this one a stand-out outfit for Miss Serena van der Wooden. She avoids the rain in NYC in a colorful Missoni skirt and a Robert Rodriguez tank, which she balanced with a denim vest, Jean Michael cage heels, and a beige Mulberry tote. Shop her exact bag and other similar items now!
Rachel Bilson made a signature style move at the Roberto Cavalli show, mixing feminine flair with on-trend cool. Stepping out in an abstract print red and black dress ($295), she added a dose of menswear via a black blazer and laced up in a pair of utility-style booties. A ladylike tote ($80) by Roberto Cavalli completed her Fab fashion vibe. Click the items above to shop a similar style.
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While designers at New York Fashion Week continued with Fall’s minimalism trend for Spring, British designers went all out with embellishments, prints, and accessories! Burberry Prorsum showed edgy takes on the classic trench coat, neon clutches, and thick snakeskin belts. Christopher Kane filled his collection with bright ladylike separates, and perforated leather skirts while Giles played with polka dot prints!
This weekend, Nordstrom shoppers in Santa Monica got a sweet treat when Nicole Richie stopped by to celebrate her House of Harlow 1960 jewels and Winter Kate clothing collection. DJ Ivy offered the beats, while the designer provided Fab signature style from each line — gorgeous, exotic jewels and bohemian-meets-city-girl style. Click through to get a glimpse of the designer, the can't-miss collections, and all the Fab fun behind the scenes!