Diane Kruger brought a bright taste of Summer to her Unknown photo call in Berlin today. She wore a flutter sleeve coral dress and turquoise suede platforms from Prada's 2011 Resort line, which she complemented with tribal earrings and a simple black leather watch. Get Diane's sunny style now.
Posts for February 18th 2011
Sass and Bide brought a ray of sunshine to a chilly London day with its latest collection. The Australian designer duo showed a typically free-spirited collection this evening with block color and clashing prints titled "Boogie and the Historymaker." An eye-catching color palette was used of bright pink and orange, which was broken up with statement accessories like a thick beaded belt. The prints had a tribal feel and were teamed with hand-painted wraps. Pieces were long, flowing, and produced from soft silk and suede. Designers Sarah Jane Clarke and Heidi Middleton commented, "This season's girl is free spirited and strangely wonderful, she'll be wearing this collection everywhere."
- Trends: Color blocking, clashing prints, mixed textures.
- Colors: Pink, orange, monochrome.
- Key Looks: A long flowing pink dress with an asymmetric hem.
- Accessories: Statement belts, slouchy clutch bags, necklaces.
- Who Would Wear It: Glamorous, bohemian women who like to make a statement with color.
Victoria Beckham looked edgy yet posh while leaving an NYC hotel. She wore a silk tank, gray Siwy jeans, and suede platform booties, while showcasing a two-tone clutch from her latest line. To keep warm Mrs. Beckham bundled up in a green Marc Jacobs cutaway jacket and black knit beanie. Get her exact jacket, skinnies, and sunglasses with other like items here.
We've seen the collections, picked up the trends, and now it's time to decide just what we'll be wearing from the runways. There were major themes — layering, minimalism, and modern tribal among them — but how do those big ideas apply to you? We've sifted through all the looks, and here are our top 15 most chic and wearable trends coming from New York Fashion Week.
The Piece: Chloé Sally Bag in Ivy
The Investment: $1,795
Why We Covet: Our Spring wardrobe palette promises to be full of neutrals, so we're looking for a pop of color. That said, that pop of color needs to be on something totally timeless and chic. Solution: this Chloé bag. Grained calfskin is soft and supple and holds the green color like a luxury bag should. The metallic clasp and guilloché hardware are beautiful but elegant, making this a statement bag that only the chicest woman would carry. Imagine this bag with a camel sweater and calf-length camel skirt, a navy sheath, or a flowy gray dress. Gorgeous, right? We think so.
Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B. show at Lincoln Center's Theater, highlighting her Fall collection, was divided into six themes. With punches of bright colors like orange and red and her signature plaids weaved into military and rasta-inspired ensembles, the looks were a sight to see. Watch the full runway footage now!
Whether you're a movie star or a movie buff, not much is worse than having tired eyes and dark circles under your eyes. Fortunately, Oscars Makeup Department Head Bruce Grayson is here to help with the new Olay Total Effects Line & Dark Circle Minimizing Brush to fight a case of the tired eyes for your next photo-worthy event! Here are two of our favorite tips.
When you're in a pinch and need an instant pick-me-up, Olay Total Effects Line & Dark Circle Minimizing Brush conceals dark circles, instantly reduces the look of wrinkles, and evens skin tone for a brighter, instantly lifted look. (Who knew being photogenic was so easy?!)
It isn't just for the eyes either — this all-around brightener is great for covering up spot blemishes, highlighting brow and cheek bones, and contouring the lips for a fuller, more defined pout.
Check out the above video for more tips from Bruce and find out how you can simply prime your skin with Olay Total Effects Line & Dark Circle Minimizing Brush, taking you from weary-eyed to bright-eyed — all in the sweep of a brush.