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- Bid farewell to Harry Potter with a proper glass of Butterbeer
- Rupert Grint talks kissing Emma Watson and his celebrity crush
- Take a look back at Victoria Beckham's maternity style!
- Pretty, Summer-perfect bras
- 5 ideas for making your own (gallery-worthy) art
- PopSugar City LA: chatting healthy food and outdoor workouts with Gunnar Peterson
- Pia Toscano's first single, "This Time" — love it or leave it?
- Helpful tips for staying organized during your workdays
- Know what to eat (and when) before working out
- Bloat — it's not another way to call a pup overweight
- Get a sneak peek inside Pottermore
- Brad Pitt brings his sexy, tan self to the Cancun Film Festival for Moneyball
- Video: Prince William teases Harry, Kate goes glamorous for star-studded Hollywood weekend!
Posts for July 11th 2011
Emma Watson's held us captive with her Harry Potter premiere looks — each time, stunning in yet another gown selection. For tonight's much-anticipated Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 premiere in NYC, the actress surprised in a Bottega Veneta Fall 2011 gown, complete with a frayed linen bustier and full, draped skirt. To complement, she selected Giuseppe peep-toe heels and delicate Lorraine Schwartz jewels, but went for full impact makeup with a sultry smoky eye, and slicked, side-parted hair. Click through to see the gorgeous Miss Watson take the red carpet from all angles.
Before tonight's big premiere, the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 star made a stop by The Late Show in a sparkly, one-shouldered Balmain mini and patent Louboutin wedges. We've seen Emma Watson play with lace, tulle, and texture as she's hit the red carpet promoting the latest Potter film, but this funkier style is a definite departure for the actress, who usually keeps things on the feminine side. Now, we want to know what you think of Emma's edgier style — does it suit the starlet or would you prefer something a little softer?
It's not just the bright color wash we love from Spring '11 runways like Jil Sander and Burberry, the warm tones from Chloé's resort 2012 collection, or the saturated hues from the pages J.Crew's catalogs — it's the smart play between them that's the real kicker. Fantastic on their own but powerful in the right mix, saturated color makes for a chic statement that doesn't require trend-driven pieces. Sharp pairs like kelly green and bubble-gum pink or a subtle mix of rust and peach play together in a totally fresh way. If you've feared experimentation on your own, we've garnered the inspiration and the key pieces for your color-coded play. Click through for five ways to try it now, from the closets of celebs like Olivia Palermo to the resort collection from Chloé.
Reese Witherspoon was all smiles at the launch of Tusk's US Patron's Circle at the home of producer Peter Tisch in Beverly Hills. Reese looked adorable in a red-orange Hanii Y dress and tan double-strap espadrilles. Her blond locks and light makeup were perfect for a day out in the sun. She kept her accessories minimal — diamond studs, a thick gold bracelet, and her gorgeous wedding ring. Shop here to re-create this classic Summer style.
Nicky Hilton showed off her wild side while strolling around Malibu. Nicky rocked a loose black tank, cutoff Paige shorts, a classic Hermes belt, and leopard loafers. She finished off her Cali-cool style with a banded fedora, cat-eye sunglasses, and her favorite Proenza Schouler PS1 bag. Get Ms. Hilton's exact shorts and bag with other complementing items now.
Tilda Swinton has never been afraid of showing off her androgynous unique sense of style and her editorial for W magazine is no exception. The actress graced the front cover of its August issue decked out in a masculine-inspired Salvatore Ferragamo silk velvet tuxedo jacket, Acne trousers, Patricia Underwood for Chris Benz hat, and Sermoneta gloves complete with a matte face and daring red lips. Signature Tilda style, who appropriately cited her father as her fashion inspiration: “From childhood, I remember more about his black patent, gold livery, scarlet-striped legs, and medal ribbons than I do of my mother’s evening dresses," said Swinton. "I would rather be handsome, as he is, for an hour than pretty for a week.” Check out more of Tilda in the slideshow, then read the rest of her interview at WMagazine.com.
Photos courtesy of W Magazine
When it comes to shopping for bras, we're from the school of thought that says, "If you've got it, flaunt it." One of our favorite Summer styles is a pretty, colorful bra worn under a loose, low-cut tank or slouchy dress. Though not the most appropriate office ensemble, it can be a fresh, sexy weekend or nighttime look. From dainty and delicate to bright and bold, we've rounded up 10 beautiful underthings that are way too pretty not to show off. Click through to see and shop each one.