Lauren Conrad has already penned one book series, L.A. Candy, and now she's on to the next one, releasing the second book in The Fame Game series called Starstruck. To kick off her book tour, she stepped out in a cheery yellow dress by Yoana Baraschi with nude Aldo heels. Watch now to hear all the details on her look, and find out more about Lauren's busy schedule! On Allison McNamara: Theyskens' Theory jacket, Banana Republic top, Elizabeth and James earrings. Hair and makeup by Kasia Bohos. On Kirbie Johnson: Top by Closed.
It seems Lauren Conrad is always busy adding to her résumé — she has her website, LaurenConrad.com, her Paper Crown clothing line, and now she's launched her second book series, The Fame Game. We've spotted the designer and author out and about promoting her new venture, looking sweet and stylish at her East Coast book signings. She even made time to pose for the May issue of Glamour. See her book-signing style in today's Fab Flash! On Allison McNamara: Jason Wu for Target dress, Topshop blazer.
I really like the print on this Lauren Conrad Collection Lily Skirt ($111, originally $185) because it fuses the ethnic vibe with fun. Get LC's collection before it's no more — and keep an eye out for her lesser priced collection for Kohls!
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If you live in a sunny town, you can wear Lauren Conrad's resort collection without suffering frostbite. For the rest of us, we'll just have to wait until things warm up. Her hot-weather offerings include her signature jersey dresses along with fun swimwear and cotton tops. My favorite piece from the line is the strapless old-school swimsuit, seen below, retailing for $130. I like how the modern print adds flavor to the vintage cut. I would first wear it to the pool and then at a party with a black skirt thrown over it. Lauren's resort collection is definitely a step up from her past collections so hopefully more goodies are to come. Are you interested yet?
Lauren Conrad wore a dress she designed to the Emmys. It was a navy number to which she added a hint of sparkle with a diamond brooch. Here, you'll find a very similar dress in black also designed by Conrad. To get Lauren's look, add a brooch, a diamond cuff, and satin shoes.
The numbers don't lie. Lauren Conrad's namesake collection is flying off the racks before stores can replenish their stock. The starlet, who recently held a Fall presentation collection at Bloomingdale's in NYC to a slew of fans, was delighted among all of her admirers. "I love meeting the customers and seeing what they buy," said Conrad. "I've learned a lot from them."
And to Bloomingdale's vice chairman Frank Doroff's surprise, the feeling is mutual. "We got it in and sold out immediately. We can't get the merchandise on the floor fast enough. It is, by far, the best-selling celebrity line we have. It's so much better than I thought it would be," said Doroff, who also mentioned that LC's leggings were the first to sell out. In the future, Conrad plans on adding handbags and accessories to her brand. But I want to know: Have you purchased anything from her collection?
Lauren Conrad lives in Hollywood, but she recently went back home to participate in a homecoming fashion show at the first-ever Style Week at the Irvine Spectrum Center. As expected, she was greeted by a mob of The Hills fans and her proud family and friends.
But before showing off the Holiday 2008 line from her Lauren Conrad Collection, the reality star, who wore a white strapless dress from her line and Yves Saint Laurent platforms, hit backstage and made sure every detail was perfect. Between fixing models' hair accessories and wardrobe styling, she found a few minutes to pose for photos with her BFF Lauren "Lo" Bosworth and parents.
Lauren Conrad: Designing Emmys Gown a “Huge Compliment” Lauren Conrad confirmed to People that she will be designing at least one dress for next month’s Emmy Awards, calling it a “huge compliment.” “I’m doing one. I may be doing two,” she said Saturday in Las Vegas before hosting a night at Christian Audigier The Nightclub.0 Comments
No one can knock The Hills' LC for being lazy. She recently made history revealing that she will be designing a Lauren Conrad Collection couture gown for the trophy girls (there has to be a better name for them) for the Emmy awards next month.
Lauren gushed, "I am so excited that the Academy has asked me to design a dress for this year’s Emmy Awards. I will be doing a red carpet look that still reflects the simple classic design of the Lauren Conrad Collection but with a black tie twist."
Lauren's clothing collection has been dissed for its high prices and overly simple designs, although I feel her last collection was more interesting. Are you at all curious to see Lauren's couture Emmy dress?
Lauren Conrad's Designer Style L.C. is no dilettante designer. For her Lauren Conrad Collection, the Hills star takes the lead on everything from sourcing modal jersey ("Isn't it cozy?") to going over dozens of her sketches with her "amazing" patternmaker. "We go for pieces that are easy for everyone to wear," says Conrad of her stylish basics.