Bouclé jackets and wide-leg pants weren't the only things to fawn over at Alice + Olivia's Spring 2012 presentation. Check out our interview with the designer, Stacey Bendet, where she gushes over finding inspiration from her two daughters and what's to come in her new line.
Alice + Olivia designer Stacey Bendet revealed her new Fall 2011 collection at New York Fashion Week, showcasing an uptown vibe with a bit of downtown edge. Her signature cocktail dresses were on full display, along with a move toward more sophisticated separates. Returning to her roots of designing the perfect pair of pants, Bendet has her girl dressed to impress in knits and trousers for the next fashion season. Check out our video for more from the presentation and a one-on-one interview with the designer right here on FabSugarTV!
At the Fall 2011 Alice + Olivia presentation — attended by style-setters Vanessa Hudgens, Gossip Girl's Kelly Rutherford, and Tika Sumpter — we spoke with designer Stacey Bendet about her newest collection, self-described as a modern-day Auntie Mame. The line still features the glamorous girl-about-town party dresses she's famous for, but also includes a few more mature separates. Watch our video to hear more from Bendet, including the surprise guest she hinted would spice things up at the party.
BellaSugar rounds up the top beauty trends in hair and makeup for next Spring from the New York runways. Including looks from: Derek Lam, Diane von Furstenberg, Prabal Gurung, Jason Wu, Tommy Hilfiger, J. Mendel, Marc Jacobs, Rebecca Taylor, Yigal Azrouël, Milly, Ohne Titel, Alice + Olivia, Vena Cava, Tory Burch, Ports 1961. Watch our video for interviews backstage with the experts from CND and A+O!
AnnaLynne McCord was just one of the many stars to attend the Inception movie premiere in Los Angeles. Though the star power was in full effect, Miss McCord stood out in her Alice and Olivia dress, Christian Louboutin peep-toe pumps, and various black and silver accessories (including her Perrin Paris clutch). Shop the exact dress and shoes now.
From New York to London to Milan to Paris Fashion Week, hear how the pros survive fashion’s most anticipated event. The designers themselves and celebrities from America's Next Top Model, Kell on Earth, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, The City, and Launch My Line weigh in on the dos and don'ts of fashion week mania.
Kate Hudson, Paris Hilton and Dakota Fanning aren't the only celebrities who love Alice + Olivia. Hollywood is catching on to the young and glamorous line, and at their Fall 2010 presentation, we caught up with designer Stacey Bendet to hear about their newest rock and roll influenced collection. Sweet party dresses, modern work attire, and updates to their signature pants - what more could a girl want?
>> The September 2008 issue of Vanity Fair may not have given us the supermodel cover we were hoping for, but in exchange, it does give us the annual International Best-Dressed List. The fashion industry was well-repped, with designers (Karl Lagerfeld, Stacey Bendet), models (Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, Christy Turlington), editors (Carine Roitfeld, Alexandra Kotur), and even a muse or two (Tilda Swinton, Iris Apfel, Fran Lebowitz) all making the cut.
Alexandra Kotur, Vogue style director, "Because [she's a] Kotur de force."
Carine Roitfeld, "Because she's the rogue editor-in-chief."
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy "Because we like her French twist."
Christy Turlington, "Because she put the chic in sirshasana."
Fran Lebowitz, 2008 Hall of Fame inductee.
Iris Apfel, "Because she's the Apfel of our eye."
Karl Lagerfeld, "Because the Kaiser is wiser."
Katherine Ross, Senior VP, communications, for LVMH North America, "Because she turns the heat on in Vuitton."
Lapo Elkann, "Because he's in the Lapo of luxury."
Stacey Bendet, "Because she's Ms. Fancy-Pants."
Tilda Swinton, "Because she's a great Scot."