It isn't necessary to wear jewelry to sparkle in jewel tones. Simply follow Burberry's Spring 2013 lead by sporting an array of cool (and warm-weather-appropriate) pieces in bold shades like citrine, emerald, amethyst, and ruby. You'll look effortlessly chic in one head-to-toe hue, but don't be afraid to mix and match. These saturated colors all work together flawlessly.
It's the battle of the Brits: Sienna Miller and Cara Delevingne both hit the Costume Institute Gala red carpet wearing similar studded looks from Burberry. Sienna decided to contrast her fluid crepe white gown with a black studded leather biker jacket and a matching spiked headband, while Cara opted for a black studded plunge-neck column gown, complete with an equally tough white leather clutch. Both beauties channeled punk-cool to perfection, but which Met Gala look do you prefer?
Nothing marks the impending start of Summer like slipping into a pair of pretty espadrilles. Whether you're on the hunt for a dressier pair — like this statement striped stunner from Christian Louboutin — or looking for something more laid-back, the latest batch of online arrivals are sure to please. With a check-off list of the hottest colors and styles in mind, we found 21 gorgeous options for you to shop now. See everything from Marc by Marc Jacobs's adorable mouse espadrille flats to Pierre Hardy's power-packed prints in the slideshow.
Straight from the Spring 2013 runways of Burberry Prorsum, Chanel, Gucci, and Stella McCartney, we're loving the clear detailing on these accessories. Lucite clutches, as seen on Solange Knowles and Sophia Bush, are perfect for night, while clear details on Christian Louboutin shoes make your legs look endless. Watch the video for our picks, and then shop below to rock the trend yourself.
The 3.1 Phillip Lim ensembleSelena Gomez showed off yesterday was floral perfection, but her latest all-black look is slightly more controversial. So we're putting it up to a vote. But first, let's break down her look. The singer-actress stopped by the Late Show With David Letterman in a black trench coat, which she wore as a dress. Then, things took an unexpected turn with the finishing touch of these Brian Atwood black cutout boots ($1,750). Classic chic up top, tough girl on bottom. But that's not all! Selena then threw in another surprising twist via a gold bindi on her forehead (which we saw her previously sport onstage at the MTV Movie Awards). Take a good look at Selena's entire ensemble, then tell us: do you approve?
We've practically grown up with Emma Watson. From her young start as Harry Potter's BFF and magical muggle Hermione to her turn as Burberry's campaign stunner to skimpy outfits and faux tattoos on the set of The Bling Ring, this beautiful Brit has accomplished a lot in very little time. She turns 23 today, and to fete her impressively stylish career thus far, we've rounded up her most gorgeous editorials yet. Her chameleon-like beauty — hello, chic pixie cut! — and English charm can be spotted in the pages of Vogue Italia, Vanity Fair, Harper's Bazaar, and Marie Claire — and we have a feeling that she's just getting started. In honor of Emma's 23rd birthday, we're taking a look at 50 of her most breathtaking fashion spreads. Click through to see each one, and let us know your favorites in the comments.
Jessica Hart had us at her lavender skinny jeans, but if we're looking to the rest of the outfit's components, there's no denying the cool balance struck between quintessential Spring elements and the more functional pieces owed to the chillier NYC climate.
Jessica Hart had us at her lavender skinny jeans, but if we're looking to the rest of the outfit's components, there's no denying the cool balance struck between quintessential Spring elements and the more functional pieces owed to the chillier NYC climate. While the model's pastel-hued denim choice provided us with the most overt nod to seasonal fare, there were more subtle add-ons that only furthered the effect of her Spring-minded ensemble. Look to the neutral zigzag-print Missoni bag, classic Burberry trench coat, dusty-pink sweater, yellow loafers, and polka-dotted iPhone case for easy ways to incorporate a lighter vibe. These pieces work well together — or as individual statements — and if you're not ready to commit to the bolder-hued jean staple, let these accents do the talking instead. Now that you've got the gist of how Hart's look makes the transition to Spring a colorful and practical one, shop the essentials below.
Karl Lagerfeld has set the theme for this year's Bal de la Rose du Rocher in Monte Carlo as "Belle et Pop," which will combine the imagery and music of France's Golden Age with the latest trends in rap, hip-hop, and soul.
Karl Lagerfeld has set the theme for this year's Bal de la Rose du Rocher in Monte Carlo as "Belle et Pop," which will combine the imagery and music of France's Golden Age with the latest trends in rap, hip-hop, and soul. [WWD]
After previously showing in Milan, Burberry will present its next menswear collection in London. [Telegraph]
Macy's latest brand literally comes straight from a magazine. Teen Vogue collaborated with the retailer on a collection that launches in stores and online today. [WWD]
Meanwhile, Lily Aldridge has teamed up with Velvet by Graham & Spencer on a 13-piece capsule collection, which reflects the model's signature "boho rock-and-roll glamour" style. [Vogue UK]
The Salvatore Ferragamo Museum will explore the mystical role of shoes in mythology through its next exhibition, The Amazing Shoemaker — Fairy Tales and Legends About Shoes and Shoemakers. [WWD]
Condé Nast has premiered video networks for Glamour and GQ to kick-start the development of its newly created entertainment division. [Mashable]
Iris Apfel's second collection of sunglasses for Eyebobs is now available. [SheFinds]
Karlie's Kookies might soon be stocked at a Whole Foods near you. [The New York Post]
Nicholas Kirkwood looks to architecture to inspire his fancy footwear: "The curve, the line, the angles, all of it is close to the structure of a bridge, if not of a building in itself." [AnotherMag]
Oz the Great and Powerful is out today in theaters, but the red-carpet (or should we say, yellow brick road) glamour leading up to the film's premiere actually started weeks ago. To promote the film, Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis, and Rachel Weisz traveled around the world — Moscow, Tokyo, London, and Los Angeles, to be exact — bringing their individual brand of glamour to each city for the movie's debut. From understated Michael Kors and statement-making Lanvin to peacock-feathered Burberry and one sexy formfitting Atelier Versace number, these starlets certainly turned up the evening elegance tenfold for Oz. See every moment from the promo tour right here.
Model and It girl Cara Delevingne, who was named Vogue's model of the year for 2013, has landed her first fragrance campaign as the face of Burberry Body Tender. The fragrance, which is available in Burberry brick-and-mortar stores as well as online starting today, contains notes of lemon, English rose, and white jasmine to create a relaxed, playful experience.
For a fragrance like this, picking Delevingne was a no-brainer. "Cara's natural beauty and vibrant energy lit up alongside magnificent architecture," Christopher Bailey, chief creative officer for Burberry, said of the fragrance's video. Delevingne is a Burberry regular by now; she appeared in her first Burberry campaign in 2011 and has walked the runway and lent her visage to a number of the brand's campaigns since. Watch the full ad below!