- Shirtless career evolution: Matthew McConaughey
- Video: yoga secrets from Jennifer Aniston's guru
- How to pit and cut an avocado the safe and easy way
- Bride-to-be but on a budget? Check out Costco's new wedding dress offerings!
- Joe Jonas and Ashley Greene part ways
- Why cleansing oil is awesome
- Designer diaper bags for fashionable moms
- Best of the best: Spring blazers and vests you need now!
- The design duo behind Vena Cava talks Spring style
- 5 majorly inspiring outdoor spaces
- Kate Hudson tries going incognito in the American Idol audience
- 10 of the most expensive purebred pooches
- Match your iPad to your smart cover with skinit!
- Spread the love: taken friends can make great matchmakers
- Before and after: see an incredible bathroom transformation done with stencils!
Posts for March 17th 2011
Katie Holmes was out and about in NYC with her Holmes & Yang collaborator, Jeanne Yang. Katie looked comfortable in an olive silk blouse, leather pants by The Row, and a long black cardigan. Her Brian Atwood Nico pumps, gold leaf Cindy Chao earrings, and oversize sunglasses finished off her effortless ensemble. Unfortunately, Katie's shoes aren't available online, but shop now for her exact pants and other similar items.
Selena Gomez channeled her inner Hepburn in a classic cropped pantsuit while visiting MTV studios in NYC. To add feminine flair to her menswear-inspired look, she wore a patchwork Matthew Williamson corset and Giuseppe Zanotti bow pumps. Her loose updo showed off her metallic shadow and petal-pink pout. Shop now to get Selena's exact top and shoes.
Here at Fab, British beauties and style icons Alexa Chung and Sienna Miller have each claimed a place in our fashion hearts. They're both a go-to source for style inspiration, whether they're gracing a red carpet or passing through Heathrow — Alexa for her tomboy-eclectic ways, Sienna for her effortless-chic. But, when it comes to picking a favorite, we're a little divided here in the office; that's why we're leaving it up to you! Click through for 25 of Sienna and Alexa's memorable fashion moments, then cast your vote for the Brit with the best style sense.
- H&M launches Knotted Gun Non-Violence collection this Spring — Racked
- Jessica White to go to trial for misdemeanor assault charges — Huffington Post
- Mary Kate Steinmiller gets the star treatment from The Outnet — Teen Vogue
- Olivia Rubin tells us about her Dune collaboration — FabSugarUK
- Barrymore, Akerman, Beauvais toast to Rag & Bone — InStyle
- Matthew Williamson hasn't been won over by royal wedding fever — Vogue UK Daily
- Top three sales happening today — Lucky
- Rihanna's most fashionable red-carpet looks — Vogue Daily
- Stella McCartney's pure Spring bag, for the pure-hearted animal lover — Bag Snob
- Joseph Altuzarra on fashion show stress, his furry parkas, John Galliano, drinking, and more — The Cut
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways . . . Thy structured shape. Thy deliciously bright colors. Thy cross-body strap that allows me to taketh you everywhere . . . Okay, okay, I'm done writing like that. Seriously though, this bag, in its tiniest model, is my new obsession. (I also adore the ad campaign featuring Bryce Dallas Howard). There's a serious trend toward these satchel-esque bags with a double buckle feature, contrast stitching and a nice, sturdy shape (see the Proenza Schouler PS1, also). A bag like this is pretty perfect for city life; definitely a throw-it-on-and-go style that would look perfect with just about any outfit. My practical side says, "Oohhh the brown leather is practical and pretty!" While my spring-fever side says, "Orange is so hot right now, and so unexpected!" If I suddenly find myself with a three-hundred dollar surplus in my bank account, I scarcely know how I will decide what color to purchase.
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The women who walked the runway at Balenciaga and Balmain had an attitude that said, "I'll kick your ass if you cross me." We're thinking we might try to channel that level of toughness for Spring, but styled in a slightly more feminine way, like we saw in this L'Officiel Netherlands editorial. The key to wearing it is balancing tougher pieces with more polished elements — think sharp blazers with those distressed jeans. Or, just choose one or two pieces; we don't suggest going head-to-tail punk. Here are our editor picks for tough but completely chic pieces to give your sweet wardrobe a little ass-kicking.