Not only did Beyoncé and husband Jay-Z walk away with a total of three of the night's biggest awards, the performer also outperformed the night's other attendees as far as dresses were concerned. The new mom showed off her curves in a chartreuse Stéphane Rolland gown, complete with a thigh-high slit, then complemented her awards-show look with glittering Lorraine Schwartz jewels and a pair of sultry nude Givenchy sandals. Add to the look the beauty's natural, full-bodied waves and megawatt smile, and the glam effect was in full force. Click on to see Beyoncé light it up at last night's BET Awards.
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>> Jean-Louis Scherrer exited the fashion business in 2007 with the departure of both its ready-to-wear designer Bouchra Jarrar (who was only in the role five months) and its longtime couturier, Stephane Rolland, who left to found his own couture house. But it may be on its way back — in a different form.
Scherrer was just acquired by the French family-owned group JSB International, which currently has no intention to reinvigorate the house's ready-to-wear and couture lines, but it does aim to develop the brand's licenses, including eyewear and footwear. There are also plans to add a womenswear license by the end of the year.
Valentine's Day makeup can leave you at a loss for what colors to use and how to combine them. To get you started, here are 10 gorgeous color combination ideas inspired straight from the runway. Whether your taste runs to classic crimson lips and dark eyes, you're looking for something soft and sweet, or if you want to go nontraditional, there's something here for you.
Inspired: Stephane Rolland's Tactile Dress I'm also intrigued by this sublimely architectural dress from designer Stephane Rolland, which recently made an appearance on the runway at Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture. It immediately made CasaSugar curious as to what home finds she could track down that match its textural interest and neutral beauty.
I'm intrigued by this sublimely architectural dress from designer Stephane Rolland, which recently made an appearance at the runway at Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture. It immediately made me curious as to what home finds I could track down that match its textural interest and neutral beauty. One accent that matches its chicness is the Inhabit Braille Wall ($86). I love the unexpected tactile element that these pieces add to vertical space — so modern and cool.
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