At the GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles, celebrity stylist Brad Goreski spoke with entertainment reporter Matthew Rodrigues about his gay role models Madonna and RuPaul, gay rights, and what he thinks are the hot Summer trends.
Cobalt blue has been popping — literally — in outfits from the street to the runway to steamy editorials. It's a striking color, but still cool enough that it seems right for Summer days. We found 10 of the best blue pieces, from a sexy $250 heel to the perfect $15 tee, so click our slideshow to check them out and get our styling tips on how to wear this dramatic color.
Street style photos courtesy of Greg Kessler
How many of you wore skippys all summer while growing up? I clearly remember getting crisp white skippys at the beginning of the summer and rocking them out like every day - running around the neighborhood playing tag, jump robe, and having water gun fights. I guess that's the beauty of Brooklyn.
Skippys were the ultimate affordable footwear at the time, and behold - Today's Obsession is the new school summer skippy: the flat espadrille. I am in love. Can't wait for another fun filled summer!
$24.94 at DSW
Getting Summer trends right is important; here's what OnSugar blogger Beauty and the Budget has to say on the matter.
You already know what the latest trends are, and now you're dying to know how to wear them! Of course, everyone can put their own spin on a trend, but these ladies did it best when incorporating this summer's hottest trends into their ensembles. How can you get the look?
Tip #1: Let your printed jumpsuit stand out with minimal accessories. Some of the hottest rompers and jumpsuits this season have bright, bold prints. To really make the romper stand out, keep accessories to a minimum, like this neutral toned headband and jacket. It will make the jumpsuit the focal point, without overdoing it.
Tip #2: Style your basics using complementary colors; pair with neutral accents. One way to spruce up those boring basics is by pairing contrasting colors together. If you're unsure of what colors are complementary to one another, take a look at a color wheel. The complementary colors fall directly across from one another. A few examples are purple and yellow, blue and orange, and red and green. A neutral bag and shoes will tone the ensemble down a bit, making it easy and wearable.
Tip #3: Try an all white or cream ensemble. Mix up textures to make it pop! A neutral monochromatic color scheme is big this summer, but the look can be a bit dull. To style this trend right, be sure to add textured pieces into the mix, like this silky top with linen shorts. Lace and/or ruffles are also a great combination!
Bikini season is in full effect, and we're reporting bright neon, geometric prints, 60s-inspired style, and tribal and paisley prints will be hot this season. Allison covers the Mara Hoffman, Trina Turk, Cia Maritima, and White Sands Australia runways from Miami to bring you the newest trends in swimwear.
Celebrities like Taylor Swift, January Jones, and Kate Hudson are all fans of Alice + Olivia. We chat with designer Stacey Bendet, who shares her favorite trends this season and gives FabTV an exclusive sneak peek of a never-before-seen piece from her Holiday Collection. Plus, Stacey shows us some key looks for all your hot summer activities.
Finding a swim suit that showcases your best assets can be a challenge, so we brought in Canyon Beachwear swim expert Kathleen Mudd to help us find the best bathing suit for our shape. Whether its lengthening your legs or minimizing your bust, you can use these tips to help you find the perfect summer suit!
Need a new pair of sunglasses, but don't know what frames are best for your face shape? Whether you're oval, square, heart-shaped, or round, Oliver Peoples Design Director Lise Haxton notes what to look for when buying your next pair of shades. Taking cues from Kate Hudson, Rachel Zoe, and Reese Witherspoon, Lise also shows how to wear Summer's fun frames, like 1960s cat-eye glasses!