Take a cue from the runways of Gareth Pugh, Bruno Pieters, and Jonathan Saunders by opting for sheer fabrics and accessories this spring. The desired look is less pretty or ethereal and more sporty and minimalist. Pair with tailored layers for the perfect balance of reveal and conceal.
Alexa Chung is named "fashion's favorite girl" on the March cover of Vogue UK.
Kelly Cutrone's Kell on Earth premiers tonight on Bravo. The New York Times calls it "all about personality, because the tasks the leads perform—selecting the right evening clutch or keeping track of R.S.V.P.’s to a fashion show—are so mundane."
Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Daria Werbowy, Lara Stone, Janeil Williams, Natalia Vodianova, Kristen McMenamy, and Amber Valletta are the eight models who will bare all on the cover of Love magazine's third issue.
Elle Macpherson takes the helm as host of Britian's Next Top Model this spring.
Miley Cyrus attended her Bolt premiere in a lovely color-blocked dress from Theory. This exact piece isn't available online, but it's not hard to create the look on your own. All you need is a flouncy red skirt, two tank tops (gray and white), and an elastic black belt. Voila. Add some cute accessories and you're done.
Bruno Pieters' austere geometry had little in common with the cheerful Lie Sang Bong's studied precision, his Spring 2009 collection had a kind of strict tailoring that came close to being a dour rebuke of the female form with boxy coats and square shoulders. This is not to say that the collection did not have a lot of sex appeal, even with precise cuts and a monochromatic palette we still got to see a lot of leg. But that kind of crisp sexuality is enough of a throwback to 80s power dressing to make it feel not precisely modern. Though admittedly we like the collection enough to see ourselves in it but we will fully admit we have throwback tastes from time to time.