Cindy Crawford will celebrate her 45th birthday on Feb. 20, but her latest FutureClaw spread wouldn't show it. One look at her and it's obvious, the supermodel is still super and still very much a model! Just check out that fierce stance in those thigh-high boots and bodysuit — hot damn. There's way more where that came from so click through to see Cindy doing her thing.
Posts for February 7th 2011
Super Bowl attendees usually keep it sporty, but leave it to Perfect Couples actress Olivia Munn to stray from the typical. She attended a postgame event looking perfectly chic in a strapless polka-dot dress, nipped in at the waist with a black leather belt. She kept her accessories simple, opting for a turquoise cocktail ring and an amazing pair of fuchsia Christian Louboutin Madame Butterfly suede heels ($1,195). Click the items above to get a similar look.
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While the Black Eyed Peas had fashion fun with flashing lights during the halftime show, Lea Michele and Christina Aguilera serenaded the crowd with their sweet voices and chic ensembles for the opening. Both ladies kept it classy and covered up, with Lea wearing wide-leg camel trousers topped with an ivory coat, and Christina opting for a black Dolce & Gabbana suit and dazzling red pumps. Two totally different color palettes and silhouettes; which singer wins?
What a glow! The Black Eyed Peas provided a high-energy halftime show at last night's celeb-studded Super Bowl, but what really got our attention were the light-up costumes. It was like a scene out of Tron: Legacy, with Fergie, in a football-inspired outfit, providing the sex appeal instead of Olivia Wilde. We ask you: what do you think of last night's futuristic glow-up costumes?
Valentine's Day brings up a lot of mixed emotions for everyone — but my feelings are that no matter if you are single or coupled up, February 14th is just another day to flaunt your style. Right? While I am not one to condone an all-over red and pink ensemble — scary — I do think it is appropriate to ring in Cupid's day with a touch or two of the holiday's hues. What I have in mind is a gorgeous red dress (paired with neutral accessories), sexy magenta stilettos, a crimson bow clutch or other special accessory that you will be able to wear again and again. Love! If you really want to go for something subtle, paint a pop of red polish on your nails to make a sexy yet subdued statement. Now, go plan your outfit now and you will knock it out of the park for St. Valentine. xoRZ
Chloé's ads never cease to inspire. For Fall it was that insanely chic camel, and for Spring it's all about neutral tones and an uber feminine feel. This ensemble Malgosia Bela is modeling — a sleek turtleneck, soft brown pleated skirt ($2,295), maroon satchel ($58) — is all about the fusion of colors. Maroon makes a strong stance against the neutrals, while the neutrals lend sweet softness to the maroon. It's a symbiotic relationship that's bound to last! Click on the items to buy.
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The marvelous Miller sisters — Sienna and Savannah — understand that at a time like this, we need pieces that can do some seasonal double-duty: functional enough to keep us warm now, but still light and airy enough to show off come Spring. Twenty8Twelve's laid-back Pre-Spring offering is the perfect combination of cozy knits, girly dresses, and tough leather jackets to get you through this confusing time. Inspired by Sofia Coppola and The Virgin Suicides, the collection is equal parts edgy and sweet — and just romantic enough without being over-the top. While you can't shop it yet, keep your eyes peeled for the collection on Twenty8Twelve's website.
This one is for the dreamers and the softies. You love flowers and true love. You celebrate your femininity with chiffon and ruffles. You've dreamed of Prince Charming on a white horse at least once. For you, we've put together a collection of the most beautiful, dreamy, romantic underthings, just in time for Valentine's Day.