PopSugar was live at the Critics' Choice Awards last night, and we got the chance to catch up with up-and-coming style maven Elle Fanning. Wearing a Rodarte gown from the Spring 2012 collection, we love how Elle tried out one of next season's prettiest hues— seafoam green. She also revealed that when it comes to getting dressed, she likes to head over to her sister Dakota's closet. It's all in today's FabFlash!
Posts for January 13th 2012
For Kim Kardashian, life is a runway, and she doesn't disappoint looking perfectly polished in a colorblock ensemble while shopping at Barneys in Beverly Hills. Ms. Kardashian tucked an orange Equipment blouse into high-waist Rachel Zoe trousers with platform Christian Louboutin pumps. Her tan Hermès satchel oozed sophistication, while her oversize accessories — gold hoops and gradient sunglasses — added a pop of flair. Copy Kim's entire ensemble when you shop now.
While the start of award season draws out celebrity glamour on the red carpet, elsewhere, celebs are still suiting up in their best everyday and cocktail event attire to inspire our own style whimsy. The top contenders this week are a cool mix of street-stylers and event-worthy ensembles — from Bar Refaeli's statement-hued denim to Joy Bryant's edgy take on lace. Click through to get a glimpse of this week's top 10.
Jessica Alba donned a transitional ensemble while taking care of business in Santa Monica. The mom of two was all smiles in her striped Tory Burch blouse and trouser designer denim. She carried her workday essentials in a leather Longchamp bag, while shielding her peepers with cat-eye sunglasses. Our favorite accessory are her suede wedges with a peekaboo green pedicure, which took her laid-back look to new heights. Get the look here.
Among the sea of diaphanous, dreamy frocks, we've pinpointed the most stylish and leggiest silhouettes to emerge from the Spring '12 collections. Of course, not all of us were born with Gisele gams, but these tailored cuts and inseams should flatter just about any form. First up: textural twists on your classic black pant. If you're going to stick to a monochromatic palette, you may as well have a little fun with it. Black's sleek and slimming effect will remain intact as you experiment with different textures. Grab a pair with leather panel detailing, a slick shiny finish, or woven side seams. Click through to see more of Spring's most wearable pant and trouser styles — and find out how they'll work their way into your wardrobe.
Katie Holmes's easy Winter styling is the kind you can effortlessly translate to your own day to day. Thanks to luxe finds, like her Inhabit Alpaca sweater and suede Isabel Marant booties, Katie outfits a seasonal style that's chicer than your average knits and denim. Couple that with a statement scarf and oversize shades and the look is the perfect kind of on-the-go ensemble. Feeling inspired? Shop our key pieces to get Katie's look.
Kirsten Dunst channeled her inner Black Swan in a tulle Dior frock at the 2012 Critics' Choice Awards in LA. She paired her flirty dress with ankle-strap Jimmy Choo platforms and minimal bling — diamond drop earrings and a tennis bracelet. Kirsten's understated additions — side-swept ponytail and hot-pink lip — secured her as a top contender for best dressed. Shop her exact shoes with more of our editors' picks now.
It's a sheer, sheer world, and we're just living in it. Or so it would seem after taking a good long look at the key takeaways from the Spring '12 runways. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Nina Ricci, Vera Wang, and Valentino embraced the romance of Spring and all of its sweet and sexy subtleties; thus, collections were jam-packed with peekaboo details. Everything from mesh cutouts to open weaves cropped up, but one of our favorite recurring trends was pretty, colorful, strategically placed sheer panels, underlays, coverlets, and more. Plus, we think showing off a hint of skin via see-through features is an effortlessly chic way to indulge your feminine side. To herald in a season of sheer madness, we've rounded up the "best of" pieces from around the web, and they just all happen to be under $100. Shop our picks below now!