Kim Kardashian swapped her signature black leather look for a more streamlined white-on-white outfit while running errands in Miami. She layered a white Phillip Lim blazer over a white tee, matching skinny Seven For All Mankind jeans, and pointy Manolo Blahnik pumps, then completed her chic style with a crystal bib necklace by Givenchy and a volumized ponytail. Mimic Kim's white-hot ensemble with a white blazer, basic tee, skinny jeans, and matching pumps for a lunch date or tuck this white Equipment button-down blouse ($208) into this chic Ann Taylor pencil skirt ($60, originally $80) to take this monochromatic look straight to the boardroom.
Over the weekend, Nina Dobrev and boyfriend Ian Somerhalder took a romantic stroll in NYC, but Nina's ensemble — neon yellow Seven For All Mankind shorts, black wide-brim hat, Ray-Ban shades, and Linea Pelle crossbody bag — was anything but sweet. On the contrary, it made quite the loud statement. We love that Nina kept the rest of her ensemble dark, allowing her neon cutoffs to shine. We also admire her hat because it took her look to a whole new level of style. Add Nina's exact Seven For All Mankind shorts and Linea Pelle bag to your shopping cart, then mix and match them with dark pieces in your closet for your next romantic stroll.
Kourtney Kardashian looked adorable toting her cutest accessory, son Mason, while running errands in Beverly Hills. Kourtney's laid-back look — a Seven for all Mankind jean jacket, Blue Life oversize tee, gray Seven for all Mankind skinnies, and black Christian Louboutin flats — was perfect for a day of errands. She showed off her wild side with tortoise Tom Ford glasses and a leopard Lena Erziak satchel. Shop now to mimic Kourtney's street style.
Kourtney Kardashian rocked a menswear-inspired look while cruising around LA with Scott and baby Mason. Her Seven For All Mankind top, BleuLab skinnies, and Balenciaga oxfords were classic Kourt, while her oversize Dita sunglasses, Balenciaga belt, and Lena Erziak leopard bag added feminine flair. Shop now to mimic Kourtney's sassy street style.
Jessica Biel always manages to look gorgeous without trying too hard. So when her chic crop jacket and trousers caught my eye, I knew that it couldn't be too hard to re-create. All you need is a pair of easy trouser jeans ($178), a sweet, peachy-cream top, and a plaid wool or tweed crop coat ($65, originally $90) to top it off. Finish with a pair of patent pumps, like Jessica's Chanels, and a classic handbag, just like Louis Vuitton. Click the items above to shop a similar style.
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You have from now until the end of the year to look righteous — like this street-snapped cutie — in a seasonally festive sweater, so jump on board with our cozy cardi pick from Urban Outfitters. We love the oversized fit, and the print is ideal for a stroll through Central Park. A pair of high-waisted jeans, suede wedge booties, and a satchel bag from Proenza Schouler finish off the rustic equestrian look.
Left to right: Madewell Tuxedo Blouse ($110), Nicole Romano Pewter Bead Long Strand Necklace ($310), Matiko Sharon Lace Up Boot ($138), Seven for all Mankind Gwenevere Jeans ($230), Proenza Schouler Large Suede PS1 Bag ($1,995), Urban Outfitters Ecote Intarsia Open Cardigan ($78)
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I still remember my first pair of Sevens — I couldn't wait to get my hands on a pair of the cool-kid denim. After that, I couldn't buy a pair of jeans without wanting a premium pair. That's all thanks to Seven, whose namesake launched in 2000 and changed the denim industry and the way we wear jeans with a decidedly designer edge. Ten years later, Seven's celebrating its anniversary with a line of limited-edition denim, dubbed the "Case Study Denim," and featuring five styles for men and women. Each piece retails from $149 to $750 and is available online and in stores.But, if owning a piece of the collector's denim line seems a pricey investment, there's another way to get your hands on the jeans — the anniversary coffee table book, titled The Seven Senses, is a 264-page brand monograph with photography by Jeff Burton, Guy Aroch, Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, and more, all bound in the label's own premium denim.
Alexis Bledel has been on a major style kick lately, showing up on our Fashion Week radar. This time, she stepped out for a Mulberry soiree, doing party-girl chic to perfection. A pair of skinnies lay the ground work, then it's sequins and a tuxedo-style blazer ($575) on top. Punchy red pumps ($125) finish the look, along with a crocodile clutch and a stunning cocktail ring. Party on.
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If you're feeling back to cool, then I've got another dose of inspired ensembles. This time, I'm channeling the nostalgia of one of my favorite film classics, Dirty Dancing. Oh, who could forget Baby and her coming-of-age quest in the Summer of '63? Once she meets Johnny it's buh-bye family fun, hello sexy dance parties. But aside from sultry Summer love, it's also a study in easy, retro-fied chic. Steal Baby's signature style with this Seven For All Mankind Oversize Shirt ($155), or do like Baby's big sis, Lisa, and try preppy pearls and a pretty party dress like this ModCloth Periwinkle Prance Dress ($99). Just remember — "nobody puts Baby in a corner!" Shop the style by clicking on the items.
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The L.A.-based denim brand has partnered with one of Japan's most famous photographers, Mika Ninagawa (she's repped by the same gallery that introduced us to Takashi Murakami), to produce seven limited-edition summer-perfect pieces. Here's a peek at two of them.
Ninagawa's vivid, conceptual still life photos of flowers are riveting to look at--and are an ingenious way to add a pop of color to your weekend wardrobe. I would pair the tee with a chic flippy mini for a night out (a la Proenza Schouler), or with a super-sleek below-the-knee pencil skirt for a hint of Jil Sander-dom. The shorts would look great with a white tee or white button-down silk shirt and leather wedges. Both pieces really are perfect pick-me-ups.
The collection, priced from $89 to $198, will be available in mid-August at all Seven for All Mankind boutiques across the U.S.
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