Olivier Theyskens had the '90s on his mind when he designed Theyskens' Theory's Spring 2014 collection. A formfitting black camisole over a navy t-shirt and sheer pants created a sort of modern facsimile of the baby-doll dress, and there was more than one shirtdress and generous sweater here. Watch on to see the entire collection in action!
Last season might have been all about print-on-print-on-print, but Spring's latest leans toward a more subtle way of styling your bold patterns. At the Diesel and Edun Studio Africa party in LA, brand ambassador Solange Knowles showed us how to style printed shorts (one of our seasonal must haves) for a look that's high on impact, but not over the top. The key to getting this trend right is finding the perfect pair of statement shorts — we suggest a pair that's not too tight and not too short — and pairing it with minimal accompaniments. Solange's abstract-print cuffed Edun shorts pop against her white Theyskens' Theory sheer-sleeve blouse, while gold metallic sandals add just the right amount of shine to her party look. For added pop, Solange polished off her ensemble with a modern Lucite CC Skye clutch ($295) and gold rings. Easy, right? Shop our editors' selection of printed shorts, then get to styling!
A look back at all the Pre-Fall 2013 collections we've seen so far.
Looking for more movement in your hair? Theyskens' Theory's Fall 2012 runway show included a clever trick: a strategically placed braid that made the models' hair look as if it were floating down the catwalk. Creating the look is easy if you know how to braid your hair. On Kirbie Johnson: Topshop.
As a mom, Isla Fisher is usually in comfortable and cute styles, but her latest ensemble is one of the most fashion forward yet. While picking her daughter up from ballet class in LA, the actress wore this Theyskens' Theory sleeveless white blouse ($250) with bright blue boyfriend-style khakis. White patent oxfords, an off-white Christian Dior bag, and a silver ball necklace completed Isla's cool style. To get her latest look, shop her exact top to pair with blue khakis from Old Navy ($30) and these American Apparel white oxfords ($62). Throw on a black blazer and pumps for an office-appropriate version or a leather jacket and caged booties for a rockin' night out.
Kate Bosworth stuck close to fiancé Michael Polish's side during their latest NY Fashion Week outing to see the Theyskens' Theory Spring 2013 collection yesterday. Model Doutzen Kroes was also on hand for the presentation while designer Olivier Theyskens took time to pose with Kate as well. The couple, who recently got engaged, has been busy attending shows since the stylish fun kicked off last week. Kate's diamond ring has been on display as she makes the rounds, and she's also been sharing her own snaps from events. Lots of celebrities have been posting behind-the-scenes pictures from Fashion Week on Twitter and Instagram, and there's more to come as the front-row excitement continues until Sept. 13.
Lea Michele and her Glee castmates filmed scenes for an upcoming episode in NYC, and Lea's character Rachel looked impeccably chic in a black-and-white ensemble. Her onscreen style is normally less sexy and more geeky chic, so this polished nighttime ensemble is a fabulous change and one that is easy to re-create. Up top Lea wore a black tank topped with a crisp white Theyskens' Theory blazer ($675), while on bottom she donned short black shorts with black platform Marc by Marc Jacobs pumps ($295). A gold nameplate necklace and a black Marc by Marc Jacobs bag ($258) completed her TV style. Throw your white blazer over an all-black look to mimic Lea's onscreen style for your next night out. To get started, shop similar pieces below.
Anne Hathaway created the perfect chic and comfortable travel outfit by layering a tweed Theyskens' Theory jacket ($348, originally $695) with contrasting-cuff sleeves over a 194t gray raglan sweater ($184) while touching down at London's Heathrow Airport. The actress paired her layered look with navy ankle-crop trousers, navy Tory Burch espadrille flats ($137, originally $195), and a chain-strap bag, then accessorized with a few necklaces and classic Ray-Ban shades. Work Anne's exact sweater with a tweed jacket, blue trousers, and flat espadrilles for your next travel date or dress up her raglan with a pair of leather pants and cap-toe pumps á la Kim Kardashian.
Olivier Theyskens's considerable talent for matching slouch with sleek was in full effect for Resort 2013. Among this season's standouts? A relaxed, cape-back jumpsuit with draped waist ties and a chiffon-sleeved minidress, the body of which was covered hem to hilt in sequins textured to shimmer like the skin of some exotic fish. While the details — a psychedelic oil-spill print here, a smattering of irridescent feathers there — lent a vaguely subversive spin, the palette of black, gray, and wine kept everything on the easy-wearing citified side. After all, "Resort is really about essentials that speak to modern life," the designer explained.
Happy Friday — you know what that means: it's time to announce our CelebStyle top stars of the week! This week's standouts worked eye-catching color combos, sassy sequins, and more sultry styles, and we just can't get enough. Zoe Saldana showcased her inner rocker by working leather shorts with caged Christian Louboutin sandals, Jessica Alba channeled her sexy side in a white cutout Narciso Rodriguez number, and Beyoncé went all out in a colorful zigzag Carven blouse and hot-pink trousers. See all of our fashion-forward favorites, why they were crowned top stars, and how you can steal their looks for yourself.