- The best dishes at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen!
- Mingle with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for $4,000
- Style 101: wear a tuxedo jacket like Kate Moss
- Get Kristen Stewart's all-drugstore makeup look
- 9 reasons the Summer is making you gain weight
- What are your favorite New York City beaches?
- Hunter Parrish talks Weeds and always being shirtless
- Nick Lachey lists his Bel Air mansion
- Homemade baby food made easy
- 9 money-saving tips for your honeymoon
- New iPhone 5 rumors
- Cameron Diaz I'm a Huge Fan Part 2: surf's up!
Posts for June 22nd 2011
Sometimes identifying a runway look can be a bit harder than it seems. While some designers' creations are immediately recognizable, other less iconic pieces can throw you for a loop. We've rounded up 10 runway looks from Spring seasons past — can you distinguish the designer, just by seeing a runway ensemble? Take our quiz to test your knowledge now!
Jimmy Choo's Fall 2011 ad featuring beauty Raquel Zimmermann really proves that it's a (wo)man's world. Decked out in Choo's ferocious array of knee-high cutout boots, sexy booties, and luxe handbags, Steven Meisel captured Zimmermann posing alpha-style — even on top of Ben Hill's face — in a hotel-room setting. A lover's quarrel perhaps? Check out more pictures from the ad campaign, then tell us if you like it!
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Taking a cue from Jessica Stam's fresh Summer party look, we're craving pieces with a decidedly preppy tilt, with unexpected accents. To start, shop for a neutral tank with the same body-conscious fit, then add a crisp, white tennis skirt. These basics will take you through season after season, but look fantastic styled up with feminine accessories, like Jessica's black lace platforms and antique gold clutch. With just her accessories, she added a big jolt of sexiness. Shop our picks below for the same chic play on party wear.
You can't help but smile at Alice & Olivia's Resort 2012 collection. Staying true to her quirky, fun aesthetic, designer Stacey Bendet showed off a motley of vibrant hues and bold colorblocking in her latest collection. Peep the lookbook for vacation-perfect maxi dresses, flirty rompers, and crisp shorts in the slideshow and tell us what you think!
We are loving Heidi Klum's NYC Summer look. Her neutral tribal tank, cargo Work Custom shorts, and toe-ring sandals were perfect for a day of shopping, while her leather Chanel bag and gradient Oliver Peoples sunglasses added a touch of glam. Shop now to get Heidi's exact shorts and sunglasses with other like items.
If you want a lesson in how to get the most out of your tuxedo jacket, just look at Kate Moss. She's worn the chic little style with almost everything, from leather dresses to striped pants to shorts. If you weren't sure of the tuxedo jacket's versatility, just take a look at how one of the world's greatest supermodels styles hers. A tuxedo jacket is a great investment, it takes you from day to night, and it never really goes out of style: case in point — we highlighted the tuxedo jacket as one of Fall 2011's most wearable trends.
Kim Kardashian rocked leather and studs while lunching with her grandmother in Beverly Hills. Kim's effortless ensemble —distressed Jet by John Eshaya skinnies, studded Christian Louboutin booties, and washed-leather Rick Owens jacket — was perfect for a Summer stroll. Her red Alexander McQueen scarf and neon Hermès tote added an essential pop of color. Get Ms. Kardashian's exact jacket and scarf with other complementing items here.