At most weddings, people begrudgingly put in the effort to look good. They rent the tuxes, they buy new shoes, they get their hair done. But we sort of get the feeling that Chelsea Clinton‘s wedding guests did a little more than what you’d usually do to get ready for a friend’s wedding. Because Chelsea Clinton’s wedding guests look at least ten different kinds of spectacular.
The Daily Mail has published photos of the aerial view of the Astor Court estate in Rhinebeck, New York, where Chelsea Clinton will marry Marc Mezvinsky in about ten minutes.
It’s been said that chest hair is a sign of manliness, virility and strength. So how come when Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick wears his chest hair out and about, we don’t see someone who could be the next guy on the Brawny paper towel wrapper?
Since we can’t get anywhere near Chelsea Clinton’s long-awaited wedding in Rhinebeck, NY, we figured we do a little digging and separate fact from fiction, and bring you the latest Chelsea Clinton wedding news.
While we’ll leave criticism of her politicking to our friends at Mediaite, Secy. of State Hillary Clinton‘s style has oft been in the sights of fashion writers. Everyone from Anna Wintour, who publicly advised then-Sen. Clinton on what to wear during the 2008 presidential campaign, to the good people at About.com has made some kind of comment on what she’s worn. Today, Styleite joins this group.
Models have a tendency to look equally as stylish off-duty as they do on the runway — but that doesn’t make checking out their street style any less interesting. This month, model crush Coco Rocha took over Vogue UK‘s “What I’m Wearing” lookbook blog to share her daily outfits with the world. To commemorate the end of Rocha’s style-blogging month, we’ve rounded up our five favorite looks.
We’ll admit that we often find ourselves staring at Zac Efron a little longer than is healthy. That smile! Those eyes! But as of late, it’s been his hair that has had us especially captivated. Like his career, his hair has changed, grown, and especially recently, gotten bigger. So now, we present you with a slideshow of the morphing mane of Zac Efron.
Call it the Curse of the Koh-i-Noor — an ominous aura that hangs over the gem, in which “only God or a woman can wear it with impunity.” After a number of men had unfortunate events while in possession of the gem, it was dubbed lethal to male owners.
We love Miu Miu. And, to be honest, the more we look at this dress the more we realize it’s actually kind of cute. But in that very specific, hyper-idealized way in that no one other than Rachel Bilson — maybe — can pull it off. Which is why we’re trying to figure out what Mischa Barton was thinking when she put this on and left the house.
We really just do not know what to make of these ads for Brazilian designer Colcci featuring Gisele Bundchen. It’s pretty hard to make Gisele look bad but, well, photographer Gui Paganini — the man behind these images — managed to do just that.
Project Runway‘s eighth season kicked off last night on Lifetime with not just 16, but 17 designers ready to make it work. “And Sew It Begins” began with the designers informed they weren’t officially contestants, and that one or more would be eliminated before the hour-and-a-half show was up. Let’s meet them.
Emily Blunt snagged the cover of Septemeber’s Elle UK and while she looks fab in the nude and black lace ensemble, it’s her comments inside the cover that have us in love.
Fashion media is starting to look a lot like a quiz-heavy issue of Cosmo magazine. First the Wall Street Journal outlined the four types of luxury shoppers, and now WWD has a breakdown of the five shopping personalities — with names like Shop-a-Lot Sue and Bubble Barbie, of course — women can have. So, which one are you?
The end of July/beginning of August is always a tricky period to shop for clothes—inventory on summer items is low and fall attire has yet to hit shelves. That being said, now is the perfect time to focus on sprucing up things around your home. I just invested in a few of Jenni Kayne’s L’Artisan Amber Balls…and they are a-mah-zing!
Details are finally coming out about what went on inside Anna Wintour‘s multi-million dollar townhouse the night President Obama came to call. While WWD has the outline of a guestlist, the New York Post had another juicy tidbit.
We’ve heard rumors that Elle‘s creative director extraordinaire Joe Zee is pondering making a run for the Hollywood hills in the hopes of nurturing his fledgling television career, and the videos Elle keeps posting are only adding fuel to our speculative flame. In the latest installment, Zee is still wearing the Chanel fur suit, but this time he’s challenging Elmo to a dance-off. The clip is short, sweet, and totally hilarious.
Despite the addled layout of the store’s seemingly infinite inventory, New York Times critical shopper Jon Caramanica found three friends willing to take on the mission of shopping at Forever 21′s Times Square location. The article is a must-read, and Carmanica’s observations on the store’s charm are so hilariously true it sent chills down our spine. But in the interest of being service-y, we’ve taken the liberty of highlighting our favorite parts here.
Like a little gift from the Fashion Magazine Gods, a photo of Gaga’s cover — for UK Vanity Fair, which we’re assuming will share the same cover image as the US issue — has been released.
For American Idol fans, it was the tweet heard ’round the twittosphere last night when Ellen DeGeneres announced that after only one season, she’d be leaving her post as judge. To help you cope, we decided that we’d offer some suggestions of Idol judge replacements. And we believe a fashionably savvy judge would be a good fit for the show.
Thursday night, Jessica Biel celebrated the German premiere of The A-Team in what at first glance appeared to be a denim dress. Thankfully, it was not actually a denim dress, but a baby blue strapless number featuring no small amount of crystal embellishments. While the fit is divine, the scalloping at the bottom feels excessive — as does the fishtail hem. Her makeup and hair, on the other hand, were perfect. What do you think?