Want to be ahead of the fashion curve this season? Look no further than Neiman Marcus's fashion director, Ken Downing, for sartorial style pointers. In addition to teaming up with the guru for our special-edition POPSUGAR Must Have box, Ken curated his favorite picks for the holiday gifting season. With pieces ranging from Autumn Cashmere's whimsical sweaters to sleek totes from Tory Burch, Ken's irresistible lineup is sure to surprise and delight everyone on your shopping list.
Natalie Portman is traveling the globe for her new film Thor: The Dark World, and so far she's given us seven fantastic ensembles to admire. The latest — for a screening hosted by The Cinema Society and Dior Beauty — was a high-shine Dior top, which she accessorized with a sleek pair of black pants and classic black heels. But this isn't the first time Natalie has wowed us in Dior — all you need to do is see what she debuted during her time in Paris and London to see what we mean. Click through to see all of Natalie's red carpet looks for the Thor sequel.
In fulfilling her promotional duties for Thor: The Dark World, actress Natalie Portman hit London in two beautiful looks. For her daytime interviews, Natalie chose a green knit dress that was made more special thanks to a sheer hemline and sleeves. She then completed her look with nude slingback Charlotte Olympia pumps and a pair of silver drop earrings. For the red carpet premiere of her flick, however, Natalie went the voluminous route in a silver metallic Dior maxi skirt balanced by a simple black top and black Charlotte Olympia pumps. Both looks are classic, but which Natalie Portman do you prefer — day or night?
Your favorite pair of heels has an evil twin. Well, actually, more of a heavenly, comfortable twin. As much as you love throwing on hot pumps for date night, sometimes you need a chic pair of flats to give your feet a much-needed rest after a night on the dance floor. On the other hand, maybe you’re prone to wearing flats every day at work and need to step up your style routine with work-appropriate pumps that still stay true to your personal style. Either way, we've got you covered, and you needn't sacrifice style for comfort this fall. Flip through the slideshow to find the pair of heels and flats that suits your style personality.
We've become so interested in updating our Fall wardrobes with quirky, unexpected pieces (like the Kenzo print that will undoubtedly keep the evil eye at bay) that our eyes have wandered to the most whimsical clutches of them all. We're talking bags masquerading as clocks, zebras, editions of War and Peace, and even a perfume bottle for the street style star at heart. After all, why settle for a traditional clutch when you can fold your evening essentials into a map of New York City?
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While you might not have heard of British shoe and accessory designer Charlotte Olympia, you've probably seen her over-the-top shoe designs gracing the soles of many a famous foot (Beyoncé, Anne Hathaway, and Sarah Jessica Parker have all been spotted wearing her much-loved velvet Kitty flats, which retail for $600-$700 in adult sizes). And now tiny toes can have the pleasure of wearing Olympia's whimsical shoes with the introduction of her Incy ("incy wincy spider") collection.
In luxe velvet, pony skin, and satin, the six playful designs (prices range from $125 to $395) come in sizes for babes, toddlers, and little girls and include a minisized Kitty flat, the Swarovski crystal-encrusted Charlotte's Web, and the Tutti Frutti, which features a rainbow of fruit flavors. Launching Aug. 12 on the Charlotte Olympia website and in the designer's London, New York, and Los Angeles stores, the Incy designs each come with a coloring book and crayons, so tiny fashionistas can keep busy while moms shop the grown-up styles. Keep clicking to check out the entire collection before they start popping up on your favorite celeb babies.
Not for the timid, transparent accessories are all about showing off what you have — literally. With a nod toward the '90s, designers like Alexis Bittar, Charlotte Olympia, and 3.1 Phillip Lim have reworked the throwback trend via modern, see-through jewelry, accessories, and handbags that will add a fun twist to any warm-weather look. Stack your wrists in Lucite bangles, make a statement with a neon-tinted plastic clutch, or don clear sandals for instantly longer legs.
It's no secret that Charlotte Olympia makes some of the most covetable — and costly — shoes and accessories on the market today. That's why we were so excited to hear that a selection of shoes, evening bags, and jewelry — all sporting her signature interpretation of whimsical glamour — are hitting The Outnet today. The best part? The prices are slashed up to 60 percent.
Ranging from $88 for a pair of Swarovski-embellished earrings in the shape of dominoes to $785 for suede and wooden sandals pictured at left, there's something for everybody who wants to add a little bit of the unexpected into their Summer wardrobe. The entire collection debuts online today, but here's a glimpse at our eight favorite on-sale items.
In conjunction with this year's Met Gala celebrating the new Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibition opening on May 6, Moda Operandi has curated an exclusive punk collection featuring a rad lineup of the most luxurious, bad-girl designer pieces ranging from exclusive designer creations, one-of-a-kind items, vintage fashion, and artwork. Out of the over-100-piece collection, our top standout items include Hussein Chalayan's modern rendition of the iconic plaid dress, black-and-white graffiti boots by Dr. Martens, the ultimate studded tee from Eddie Borgo, and tough jewelry from House of Waris. Even more, there's a tartan corset dress from punk dame herself Vivienne Westwood, and rebellious kitty flats from Charlotte Olympia. Shop our editor's picks in the slideshow right now!