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Posts for February 23rd 2011
Painterly pieces made a splash at Erdem’s Fall 2011 runway, which was filled with models turned out in ladylike dresses awash in impressionistic prints in a moody palette. Highlights included a dramatic floor-length fitted frock with shoes “painted” to match and a delicate and lovely A-line number in sheer black lace — a go-to fabric for Erdem. Watch the runway now!
Rachel Bilson looked chic and cozy in an oversize Chanel scarf while walking through LAX. Her laid-back ensemble — striped long-sleeved tee, black leggings, and Rag & Bone booties — was perfect for traveling. Rachel's booties are no longer available online, but shop now for a darker hue and other like items to mimic her jet-setting style.
For Fall 2011, designer Alice Temperley turned out models in cocktail and evening frocks and suits in a chic black, white, and red palette, often finalized with swiss-dot tights and long leather evening gloves. Sheer lace detailing and Art Deco prints rendered ensembles even more swoon-worthy, while polished beauty looks provided the perfect after-hours finish. To see all the black tie optional looks, watch our complete runway coverage now!
Backstage at Mulberry’s Fall 2011 show, Kirsten Dunst gives the inside scoop on her favorite pieces from the collection, the runway’s countryside theme, and her singular sense of style. To see her share her sartorial POV and have a laugh, watch this interview now!
Reese Witherspoon was in the zone while out for a jog in Brentwood. Her cobalt tank, matching capris and jacket, and lavender Asics combined for a functional and stylish workout ensemble. She added an Adidas cap and sunglasses to protect herself from the sizzling LA rays, while carrying an iPod for extra motivation. Shop now to get Reese's cardio style.
We're usually always smitten with Kate Bosworth's street-style moments, and the look she tried on while out and about in London is no exception. More specifically, we're eying the look with envy because of a fabulous bit of arm candy in the form of Mulberry's Pre-Fall '11 chain-strap bag. The supple leather, croc texture, classic chain-strap, and goes-with-anything neutral hue would be a luxe addition to any look — and I suspect a way to lend instant-chic to anything in my wardrobe. Add it to your wishlist and preorder at Mulberry.com.
One of the biggest trends we saw this season at New York Fashion Week was the inspired use of fur. From fuzzy-trimmed outerwear at Rag & Bone and Alexander Wang to colorful statement coats at Diane von Furstenberg and Tory Burch, this sumptuous material was popping up all over the runways in new and exciting iterations! To get the full scoop on fur, cozy up to our second NYFW trend report now!
One of the biggest trends we saw for Fall 2011 at New York Fashion Week was the inspired use of fur. From fuzzy-trimmed outerwear at Rag & Bone and Alexander Wang to colorful statement coats at Diane von Furstenberg and Tory Burch, this sumptuous material was popping up all over the runways in new and exciting iterations! To get the full scoop on fur, cozy up to our trend report now!