- H&M launches Knotted Gun Non-Violence collection this Spring — Racked
- Jessica White to go to trial for misdemeanor assault charges — Huffington Post
- Mary Kate Steinmiller gets the star treatment from The Outnet — Teen Vogue
- Olivia Rubin tells us about her Dune collaboration — FabSugarUK
- Barrymore, Akerman, Beauvais toast to Rag & Bone — InStyle
- Matthew Williamson hasn't been won over by royal wedding fever — Vogue UK Daily
- Top three sales happening today — Lucky
- Rihanna's most fashionable red-carpet looks — Vogue Daily
- Stella McCartney's pure Spring bag, for the pure-hearted animal lover — Bag Snob
- Joseph Altuzarra on fashion show stress, his furry parkas, John Galliano, drinking, and more — The Cut
When we spotted Natalia Vodianova and Taylor Tomasi Hill dressed in bright red hues for Paris Fashion Week, it was like an instant flashback to the gorgeous poppy reds that took over the Spring '11 runways. From Adam, Peter Som, Vena Cava, and so many more, we were treated to the fiery, fabulous red hue all over blazers, maxiskirts, trousers, and tops. Now, we're excitedly scouting the market for our favorite red brights to capitalize on the fresh Spring hue. Just shop our picks below to outfit yourself in one of the season's chicest statement colors.Left to right: Natalia Vodianova, Adam Spring '11, Taylor Tomasi Hill, Vena Cava Spring '11
Taylor Tomasi Hill photo courtesy of Greg Kessler
>> Fall 2011 Fashion Week street style has us seeing red — specifically red pants — in every direction. From editors, like Anna Dello Russo in her Prada 'fit, to other fresh attendees, we couldn't help but notice the influx of this bright hue interpreted into wide-leg trousers and skinnier cuts. Want to get in on the action? Check out our fine picks below!
Photo courtesy of Mr.Newton and Greg Kessler
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley caught my eye strolling around LA in an easy-chic look that's incidentally ideal for the weekend ahead. Olive-hued skinnies ($215) are a nice alternative to your go-to denim; then top with a cozy knit, like Rosie's textured basketweave sweater ($325), and finish with a fedora to keep things casual, but still cool. Just click the items above to shop a similar style.
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One of the easiest styles to achieve that off-duty look this fall is with an amazing poncho! From cropped chunky knit versions at Tommy Hilfiger to texturally intriguing knit and satin iterations at Alexander Wang, this outerwear option has us longing for cold weather. To get the full scoop on this dramatic silhouette, watch our full poncho trend report now.
For our third installment of New York Fashion Week trend reports, we’re bringing you one of the easiest styles to achieve that off-duty look: ponchos! From cropped chunky knit versions at Tommy Hilfiger to texturally intriguing knit and satin iterations at Alexander Wang, this outerwear option has us longing for cold weather. To get the full scoop on this dramatic silhouette, watch our full poncho trend report now.
One of the biggest trends we saw this season at New York Fashion Week was the inspired use of fur. From fuzzy-trimmed outerwear at Rag & Bone and Alexander Wang to colorful statement coats at Diane von Furstenberg and Tory Burch, this sumptuous material was popping up all over the runways in new and exciting iterations! To get the full scoop on fur, cozy up to our second NYFW trend report now!
One of the biggest trends we saw for Fall 2011 at New York Fashion Week was the inspired use of fur. From fuzzy-trimmed outerwear at Rag & Bone and Alexander Wang to colorful statement coats at Diane von Furstenberg and Tory Burch, this sumptuous material was popping up all over the runways in new and exciting iterations! To get the full scoop on fur, cozy up to our trend report now!
Marked by bold colors, covetable outerwear, and eye-catching patterns like oversize tartan and stripes, Rag & Bone's Fall 2011 collection was truly a sight to behold. The front row was packed with It girls like Erin Wasson, Jessica Stam, and Alexa Chung, and the runway was ripe with directional ensembles topped off by messy side-braids. To see all the dynamic looks, watch our complete coverage now!
>> Now that Fall 2011 NYFW has come to an end, let's zoom in on some of the fine details. First up on our list of must-haves are shoes: bohemian boots from Rodarte; shiny red oxford pumps from Alexander Wang; thigh-highs from Rag & Bone; a multi-colored woven confection from Proenza Schouler . . . and a couple more of our favorites in the slideshow!