Burberry hottie, Emma Watson, is rumored to be adding celebrity designer to her hefty resume. Word has it the actress is "getting advice from her fashion designer pals" on a clothing collection that will donate proceeds to children's charity fund, UNICEF. There's no doubt the budding stylista has an immaculate sense of style, but can that be translated into a clothing line? We'll let you be the judge.
She's a pretty kick ass model. She and her hubbie have reached power couple status. She is the brand ambassador for lingerie and swimwear brand Etam. She's simply glass-lickin' good. Next up for the multitasking model is a guest designer spot for knit house Lutz & Palmos. The electric gang of other guest designers for the brand include Kirsten Dunst and Jane Birkin; it will be interesting to see what the sweet-faced Russian will bring to the pre-Spring lineup.
Gwyneth Paltrow is giving us the GOOP on her latest endeavor: fashion design. That's right, people, the jack of all trades has teamed up with French jersey brand, Zoe Tee’s, to create a clothing line called Zoe Tee’s Loves Gwyneth Paltrow. "Gwyneth's style fits perfectly with the brand," said Laure Pariente, creative director of Zoe Tee's. "She knows how to mix basics and give jersey a stylish edge."
The collection, inspired by her own style, '70s rock glamour, and menswear, will include tees, dresses and leggings made out of cashmere blends, recycled cotton, and wool mesh. Interested? Gwyneth Paltrow for Zoe's Tees debuts in the Fall with a second collection to follow next Spring. All proceeds will be donated to Kids Company, a charity Paltrow selected. There's no stopping the multifaceted star!
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“Accessories are fun and they’re easy to wear. I’ve always loved headbands and have worn Stacey’s headbands for a while,” said Barton, shown left wearing one of Stacey's creations.
The Mischa Barton for Stacey Lapidus line will include groovy headbands made out of feathers, silk, crystals, and pearls. The full collection was shown in NY during Fashion Week festivities. The headbands range from $40 to $200 and will be sold at boutiques and specialty stores.
No one can knock The Hills' LC for being lazy. She recently made history revealing that she will be designing a Lauren Conrad Collection couture gown for the trophy girls (there has to be a better name for them) for the Emmy awards next month.
Lauren gushed, "I am so excited that the Academy has asked me to design a dress for this year’s Emmy Awards. I will be doing a red carpet look that still reflects the simple classic design of the Lauren Conrad Collection but with a black tie twist."
Lauren's clothing collection has been dissed for its high prices and overly simple designs, although I feel her last collection was more interesting. Are you at all curious to see Lauren's couture Emmy dress?
After compiling over 20 million of your votes, the 2nd annual PopSugar 100 is finally here! To help celebrate tomorrow's announcement of the PopSugar 100, and her debut on the list, we're bringing you this exclusive interview with Lauren Conrad!
It's been a huge year for LC; between her friendships, fashion line, and hit TV show, this starlet is bigger and better than ever. We had a chance to catch up with her and talk about love, happiness, food, fitness and just about everything else. Check out our interviews across the network, and be sure to be back tomorrow to see where she lands and see the rest of the list.
The first time Fab came face to face with the reality darling was at LA Fashion Week back in October, where only a few words were exchanged. Next, we interviewed her shortly on the pink carpet at the 12th Annual Victoria's Secret fashion show. This time LC gets a bit more up close and personal about her busy life, and the highlight of her past busy year, starting her clothing line.
We know you have a ton of projects going on right now. What does a typical day look like for you?
They are all kind of different; this week is crazy because we have a photo shoot every single day. Except Wednesday, I am not the model, I’m shooting my resort look book and I have to be there all day, so those are actually even longer. It's almost more work when you are not the model; it's like an 11 or 12-hour day. Normally we film a few days out of the week and other days we are kind of doing other stuff. We keep pretty busy.
To read more of our chat and to see a gallery of photos, read more