Kate Moss looked street-chic while leaving her Highgate London home to check out her local pub. Kate's fitted Rails button-up, Black Orchid zippered jeggings and Rag and Bone moto boots complemented her lean frame. She finished off her look with Ray-Ban wayfarers, an oversize leather coat, and her coveted Chanel purse for a touch of feminine flair. Shop here to get Kate's exact top, skinnies, sunglasses, and boots.
Posts for March 25th 2011
Whitney Port hosted an intimate party, called "An Unregrettable Evening," at the Sunset Tower in LA. The starlet wore an asymmetrical Alexander Wang drape dress and Giuseppe Zanotti leopard booties. She kept her hair simple, while her orange lips and futuristic nails added pizzazz to her party look. Shop now to get Ms. Port's exact dress.
Kourtney Kardashian looked adorable toting her cutest accessory, son Mason, while running errands in Beverly Hills. Kourtney's laid-back look — a Seven for all Mankind jean jacket, Blue Life oversize tee, gray Seven for all Mankind skinnies, and black Christian Louboutin flats — was perfect for a day of errands. She showed off her wild side with tortoise Tom Ford glasses and a leopard Lena Erziak satchel. Shop now to mimic Kourtney's street style.
Liv Tyler brought father, Steven, to the LA premiere of her latest movie Super. Liv looked chic in an all black ensemble — Helmut Lang angled blazer and silk cowl top, thick leggings, Christian Louboutin peep-toe booties, and matching nails. Her makeup was fresh and dewy with a perfect pink lip. Shop now to get Liv's exact jacket and other like items.
This week, we got a dose of shorter hemlines and floral prints with celebs lightening up for Spring. On and off the red carpet, we spotted our favorites taking styled, seasonal cues and stepping out in minis, gorgeous color, and feminine print. We spotted Emmy Rossum embracing brighter hues on the red carpet, Brooklyn Decker going short in stripes, and Vanessa Hudgens channeling a little retro charm. Click through for the 10 celebrity looks we're currently crushing on.
Last night, Alexander Wang and American Express hosted an event at his beautiful flagship store in SoHo. We caught up with the designer to talk about his favorite pieces for Spring, new projects on the horizon, designing red-carpet looks, and more.
FabSugar: What are three Spring essentials every Wang girl should own?
Alexander Wang: I've never been the one to dictate style, but my favorite pieces are really gauzy pieces from the Spring collection with the apron style and worker construction details. I'm also a big fan of leather and we have an exclusive collection here at the flagship store — the leather peacoat is my favorite style. Our new rose gold accessories are also great; the square Jade toiletry clutch is my favorite. It's such an easy day-to-night bag, I would own it if I carried a clutch!
FS: What's your next big challenge?
AW: Even though the new website launched three weeks ago, it's still a really big thing for us. We're working really hard to give it exclusive content, making the shopping content unique; really enhancing everything about it from viewing the collections to special collaborations. It's an exciting project for me because it is something so new and and we're doing a lot of experiments on it.
FS: What is your perspective on street style?
AW: I don't label it street style, it's more individual style and that's how I perceive it from someone walking on the streets or taking the subway. It's that realistic view on things that's so inspiring to me. I've always been inspired by things that are very grounded. There is a certain fantasy to my designs, but I love knowing and understanding that something works — people feel very comfortable around that idea.
FS: Who are some of your favorite musicians of the moment?
AW: In general, musicians are such an inspiration to me, they are always on the pinnacle of creativity. Right now, I really like Wiz Khalifa, Nicki Minaj, and Adele.
FS: What did you think of Vanessa Traina's new capsule collection for Maje?
AW: I loved it! I am so proud of her. There's such an authenticity behind her and what she creates. No matter what she does, I think people will respect and admire it because it really comes from her heart and what is true to her. I went to high school with her in San Francisco and she went through the whole process with me, and for her to go through this new venture, I have the same kind of excitement for her as I did when I first started out.
FS: Are there any other new designers we should have on our radar?
AW: Mary Katrantzou has some amazing print work and I have such a respect for her. Her Swiss Textile Award was well-deserved, her designs are just awesome. I'm a big fan of her.
FS: Would you ever be interested in doing more red-carpet looks?
AW: We do it every once in a while, but it has to be the right opportunity for us. I am more interested and inspired by people who have a disinterest in fashion, it's more about what they instinctually put on, rather then being too thought out. But when the opportunity and timing is right for us to do something, we are definitely open to it.
This week we asked you to style up a clean and polished minimalist look. Out of all the amazing looks, we were totally blown away by Fab reader XtL's chic ensemble. She put together a look that was simple but still packed a colorful punch — an oversized moss-colored jacket, layered over a colorblock dress, accessorized with slick leather clogs and a hot-pink clutch. It's a great, tailored look that's anything but boring. Congrats XtL! Don't forget to tune in for next week's trend challenge and your chance to be featured on Fab!