Fall is fast approaching — and with it comes a boatload of new styles and items that we know you won't be able to live without. We've covered everything from the most wearable runway trends to our personal must-have Fall pieces — and now we're rounding it up in one jam-packed place for you to enjoy. Click through to get caught up on all of our Fall trend and shopping coverage now!
If you want to know what everyone will be wearing this season, this is your one-stop shop for the top Fall trends. We covered all the shows from New York, London, Milan, and Paris during Fashion Week last February, and our FabSugarTV host Allison McNamara showed you some of our favorite looks via must-watch videos. Now, it's time for the complete recap. It's bound to be a sexy season, with a distinct naughty vs. nice theme running through thanks the boudoir, fetishist, and ladylike trends that dominated the runways. You'll want to show some skin, albeit under a black sheer top trimmed in lace or covered in dots; you'll want to invest in something in velvet; and there was never a better time to wear polka dots. The glamour and boho chicness of the '70s stays strong through Fall, with colorful furs and flowy maxi dresses. If you're about to start planning your Fall wardrobe, click here first to make sure you're covering all the most important points for Fall.
The 2011 Paris haute couture season is upon us, and with it the most imaginative designs from some of fashion's biggest names, from stalwarts like Armani to rising stars like Alexis Mabille. Couture Week is usually a great way to look into the fashion future, since what comes down the runway here may affect trends in ready to wear for several seasons. So which nail shades, hairstyles, and eyeliner shapes should you be on the lookout for? Just take a peek into our couture crystal ball to find out.
For Fall 2011, Derek Lam paired up with eBay to create a line of 16 easy-to-wear dresses which he presented at Lincoln Center during New York Fashion Week earlier this year. After the presentation, consumers were invited to vote for their favorite pieces, and now the five most popular styles — the black poplin evening dress and shift, the floral print dress in maxi and midi silhouettes, and the indigo denim sun dress — are being sold on eBay.com in the wallet-friendly price range of $125-$295. We’d opt for the black sheath dress — who doesn’t need another LBD? Be sure to check out the whole collection to shop your favorite style!
Get into the mood for warmer weather and a new lease on life with this season's loveliest new hairstyles. Straight from the runways, here are 10 of the prettiest, freshest looks you'll see, all eminently wearable and fashion forward.
Red carpets may roll in New York and Paris for the arrival of Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour, but New Orleans's low-key fashion week acknowledges her with its own Southern charm. Artist Sarah Ashley Longshore is showing off her paintings this week, which use Anna's famous visage to critique the fashion and modeling industry as a whole. And it's not pretty.
It was a wild week in Paris — beginning with John Galliano's shocking arrest and subsequent firing from Christian Dior; rampant rumors over who would replace Galliano; the shows themselves, which included Karl Lagerfeld's post-apocalyptic vision of the world for Chanel; and ending on a fun note with Marc Jacobs's fabulously kinky collection for Louis Vuitton. If you missed all of our coverage, or just want the Cliffs Notes, click through our slideshow of the top 15 trends from Paris Fashion Week.
At Milan Fashion Week, we culled together a few of our favorite moments from the runways and backstage at the biggest shows like Prada, Gucci, and Fendi. Take a look at our video, capturing the best street-style moments, behind-the-scenes beauty, and candid close-ups of a few fashion notables like Coco Rocha and Anna Dello Russo. Get inspired now by the amazing looks at Alberta Ferretti, Jil Sander, Missoni, and more.
If there's anything we've gathered from Paris Fashion Week, it's that Fall 2011 will be a season of ladylike glamour — and that theme is nowhere more evident than in the chic variety of handbags that went down the runways. Chanel put an updated, art-deco spin on their classic clutch, Lanvin gave us structured box clutches to covet, Jean Paul Gaultier sent out some pretty fantastic — and furry — rolling weekend bags. Ready to roll? Click through to see 45 of the most gorgeous handbags from Paris Fashion Week.
John Galliano's horrific antisemetic tirade may take the cake for most outrageous moment of, well, any fashion week — ever. But there were still plenty of other cray-cray things that happened in Paris this week — of the beauty variety — that made us do a double take. See the five favorites when you keep reading.