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Posts for July 26th 2011
Mila went for red-hot Lanvin for the New York premiere of Friends With Benefits, but for the Russian debut, she took a soft approach in this white cocktail dress from Elie Saab couture. Her onscreen character may be a bit on the frisky side, but Mila looks positively ethereal and innocent here in this frothy confection, complete with headpiece. Click the slideshow to see her gorgeous look.
Michael Kors just debuted his first jewelry collection launching in August for Fall 2011. The line made in conjunction with Fossil, the same brand he collaborates with on his watch line, features polished oversized cuffs, buckle bracelets, earrings, rings, and a bevy of chain necklaces dipped in gold, silver, and rose gold finishes. "You could wear them with anything from a gown to a pair of jeans because that's what I think modern accessories are all about," said Kors. The best part? Prices range from $45 to $395, so you can pick and choose from your budget range. We especially love Kors's chain creations: "Chains are all at once very classic, utilitarian, but glamorous all at once," said Kors. We agree, check out pieces from the collection and tell us what you think.
Lucky magazine caught up with hot young actress Brit Marling, who is not only wowing audiences for her roles as actor and producer of indie film Another Earth, but she's wowing with her personal style the New York Times labeled 'Manhattan-era Meryl Streep with California surfer girl'. We're thrilled to share this fabulous story from our friends at Lucky!
Lucky: How would you describe your personal style?
Brit Marling: I’ve always dressed a bit differently, a bit androgynously, I always loved boy’s clothes: the color and cut of them. I love the way Katherine Hepburn dressed; I love the severity of it. It’s funny, all of the people I am thinking about are from the past, I don’t know why. But maybe people in the future will look back to now and think about the actresses of our time like “Oh that person was so iconic.” This is my least tomboy attire, like I should’ve said that rolling in oxford shoes, a blazer, and a tie. I guess I like to go back and forth between extremely masculine and extremely feminine.
Lucky: Where do you shop?
BM: I am really big on vintage clothes. There a couple places in LA and New York that I love to go. You really feel you’re finding something that nobody has. That is very cool, and then pairing it with things from this world. I am into the harem pants right now, with like men’s shoes and a t-shirt—it’s almost like a uniform that I wear everywhere. It’s comfortable, its casual, and it’s also slightly different than jeans. I am not a big jeans girl, mostly because I don’t find them that comfortable.
Lucky: Any specific boutiques you can recommend?
BM: In LA, there is a good place called The Way We Wore. In New York, Amarcord always has strange little finds in it. And then I love going to flea markets and thrift stores and finding the random, odd cashmere sweater or strange skirt.
For the full interview, visit Lucky.
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Anna Paquin looked scorching hot while posing with hubby Stephen Moyer at the True Blood panel at Comic-Con in San Diego. Anna donned a body-hugging Antonio Berardi mini with perforated Gucci platforms. Her gray smoky eye kicked up the rock-chic appeal, while her wavy up-do showcased the dress's futuristic collar. We finished off Anna's killer ensemble with a leather box clutch and nude nail polish. Copy this look with similar items here.
When it comes to Olivia Palermo, one thing is certain — the girl is a styling genius. Part of that may just be the fact that she knows how to work and rework her wardrobe, fashioning cool, then cooler combinations with essentially the same pieces. Case in point: Olivia gave her signature spin to a breezy Summer maxiskirt, reminding us that this isn't the first time the fashion pro's pulled off an impressive styling trick with a maxiskirt. In fact, we've spied Olivia mixing up her longer skirts with key pieces for a number of new looks — just click through to see her outfit the maxi five different ways, then shop your favorite styles.
For Fall, Jean Michel-Cazabat drew inspiration from his worldly travels creating a romantic-meet-rugged collection filled with lace trimmings, buckles, beads, and vintage coins. With prices ranging from around $200 to $300 dollars, purchasing a pair is still an investment but in our eyes, well worth it. Peruse the lookbook to see luscious red peep-toe booties, pumps decorate with vintage-inspired baubles, and luxe animal-print wedges right now.
Jessica Alba was all smiles in an Alice and Olivia maxi on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno in LA. Jessica styled her creme dress with a snakeskin belt and Brian Atwood cork sandals. Abalone House of Lavande earrings, bright orange nail polish, and loose beach waves completed her talk show style. Snag her exact dress with other like items now.