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Posts for January 25th 2011
Donning a full, black skirt and sequin accented short-sleeved jacket from Louis Vuitton's 2009 resort collection, Blair Waldorf, as usual, was on a mission in this week's episode of Gossip Girl. To spice up her bevy of black, Blair toted a cognac leather Longchamp bag, to which we added a pair of Brian Atwood pumps and an onyx cocktail ring. To get Blair's polished style, shop now for like pieces.
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Hellcat Ashley Tisdale stopped by The Grove yesterday looking sweet and innocent in a pair of lacy Patterson J. Kincaid bloomers and a matching ivory top. Ms. Tisdale topped off her angelic ensemble with lots of fun gold and jade jewelry. And although her embossed snakeskin Loeffler Randall platforms aren't available online, the same pair in a papaya color is. Shop now for Ashley's exact outfit and other like accessories.
Two of our favorite celebs — each with her own serious sartorial sense — joined their stylish peers for Gucci's dinner at the Italian embassy in Paris, as a part of the fashionable festivities happening for Couture Fashion Week. Jessica Alba rocked a sparkling one-shoulder in an icy palette, while Diane Kruger, true to form, went for a couture showpiece. Her gold and black tiered confection reminds us that even at a dinner party, Kruger is all about taking it to the next level with an edgier fashion statement. Alba, too, is pretty true to her sensibility, opting to go glam, but not over-the-top. Now, it's time to weigh in — whose look is most Fab?
A gaggle of stylish celebs and fashion insiders have flocked to Paris for Spring '11 Couture Fashion Week — and a few of them were lucky enough to be invited to Vogue and Gucci's dinner party. Model Laetitia Casta and Carine Roitfeld both opted for long, black Gucci stunners. Laetitia's is one-shouldered with a high neck, while Carine's has a sexy cutout in the back. Both look fabulous in their looks, but who wins this battle?
Longer lengths are continuing on as a strong trend for Spring 2011! Designers like Michael Kors, Peter Som, and Vena Cava all showed off maxi skirts on the runway. Today, we're going to show you three great ways to experiment with longer hemlines this year. From recycled maxi dresses to fuller skirts, here are three ways to wear this trend! On Allison: Tibi jacket, Fallon necklace, American Apparel skirt, DSquared2 shoes.
The cuts are immaculate, the colors are soft, and the result is a collection that's simultaneously ethereal and completely modern. Karl Lagerfeld's 2011 Spring/Summer looks balance light-as-air confections with the structure of jackets, tailored trousers, and the label's signature tweed. Among the standouts are silvery, metallic suits in sheer fabrics; a delicate, floral, and bow-adorned baby-doll dress over pants; and pointy-toe flats paired with everything from skinny pants to a halter-style maxi dress. The feel is deliciously girlie — ballerina-inspired, but still grown up; a balancing act that Karl delivers flawlessly, as you'd expect. Click through for all the gorgeous looks.
Anne Hathaway sure loves longsleeve column gowns! She wore a sparkly one to the Golden Globes, and now she has once again chosen the same column style dress for the promo shot for the 2011 Oscars. The black number — J. Mendel's black silk jersey longsleeve gown with detailed bodice and column skirt, to be precise — is definitely a perfect fit. And it coordinates well with cohost James Franco's black tuxedo. Give her a good look and tell me, do you love this or hate it?
If cold weather typically translates to a lack of wardrobe innovation, you might want to study up on Kate Bosworth's look. This Sundance ensemble is all about mixing the best of your closet, like your favorite little dress, with Winter weather-proof layers. Just throw on a pretty, easy dress ($138) in a bright hue and add tights, boots ($74, originally $99), and a cozy coat. Finish it off with a cute pair of earmuffs and a tote you love, like Kate's Alexander Wang Rocco bag, for a look that doesn't compromise style for comfort.
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