Another day, another Photoshop fail, this one courtesy of Jezebel and thanks to Bloomingdales.com. So, if you’re in the market for a pretty, poufy-sleeved dress that really accentuates your elbows, then we’re pretty sure you’re in luck.
We got excited when we heard that Gilt Groupe would be selling Target‘s super cool collaboration products a little earlier than they’d be available in stores, and it looks like we weren’t the only ones. So many people ordered the stuff that Gilt has actually oversold its inventory.
Here’s the deal: we hate being teased — after all, we’re in the business of blogging so we can uncover information and share with our beautiful readers! So we’re a little miffed today that H&M is toying with our hearts. They won’t tell us who their new designer collaborators are, but they’re inviting us and the rest of the world to guess.
Because we know there’s no such thing as red carpet overkill, we thought we’d bring you one more wrap-up, this time featuring ten looks from Sunday night’s 62nd Annual Emmy Awards that deserve a Styleite-approved honorable mention. Remember, just because it wasn’t the best or the worst, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be seen.
Sometimes we wished we didn’t work here so we would be eligible to win the cool things we get to give away. Luckily for those of you who don’t share an office with us, there’s still a chance to win $485 of Guerlain beauty products!
Patti Stanger is never afraid to tell it like it is — to her bachelors and bachelorettes, her staff, and apparently her stylist, as well.
Nothing makes us happier than seeing a group of famous, beautiful people looking fabulous. But we can’t lie: we get a secret pleasure from seeing them look awful, too! And at the Emmy Awards last night, there was no shortage of awful looking ensembles. From dresses that were way too short and tight to printed fabrics that looked like something you could only see in a kaleidoscope, this year’s worst-dress list looks as bad as the best-dressed list looks good.
We at Styleite are always cautious of the shrinking celebrity. But one celebrity — and one we watch very closely — is shrinking in a slightly different way. According to WWD, Kate Moss‘ line for TopShop will be a little smaller in upcoming seasons.
Last night’s Emmy Awards was too jam packed with fashion commentary for us to fit it into one post. So we’re giving you two more. And to start the day off on a happy note, here are our picks for the best dressed of the night.
We’re keeping a close watch on what happens on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards tonight, and we invite you to watch with us! Feel free to comment, pose questions, laugh, cry — and judge — all of the glorious gowns and fabulous frocks with us.
We’re taking a look back at the hits and misses of last year’s Emmy red carpet arrivals before tonight’s show. We hope Glenn Close doesn’t wear sunglasses again this year.
This week sure was something! Threats of trademark lawsuits for Madonna and Beyonce, exclusive photos of Bill and Hillary Clinton dancing, and a Summer’s Eve ad that will leave you speechless. All that (and a chance to win $485 worth of Guerlain beauty products) after the jump.
The labor dispute that threatened to mar Fashion Week’s first events at Lincoln Center with protesters and picket lines has come to a resolution.
Corinne Day, the British fashion photographer who is largely credited with launching Kate Moss‘s career, is rumored to have died, according to a number of blogs. Above, a set of Day’s most iconic photos of Moss.
Over the last several years, we have come to the decision that when we grow up, we want to be just like Katie Grand. For those who have yet to be initiated into the cult of her fandom, let us explain — she’s probably fashion’s coolest editor. And the fourth issue of Love magazine proves that.
At most stylish red-carpet-y events, we’ve been trained to expect to see clothes that look good on the stars we love. At last night’s Women in Film Pre-Emmy Dinner, we saw Elisabeth Moss look stunning, and everyone else looking, well, not-so-stunning.
One man tried his best Barbie outfit on as a disguise in an attempted armed robbery. Armed with a gun, a pink jumpsuit, a blonde wig, and a white handbag, a man entered a stationary store in Lynbrook, Long Island.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, Rachel Zoe is a fantastic stylist. Sometimes the reason she’s famous gets lost in, well, all the other reasons she’s famous, but there’s nothing better than a little Zoe-endorsed reminder. On Wednesday, she offered up her 20 top picks for transitional trends — all of which were under $250.
Earlier Thursday morning, two big rigs collided onto a dirt path off of I-80. But the crash in and of itself isn’t what’s causing buzz.
The most memorable part of Project Runway‘s fifth episode came in the minutes after the eliminated contestant was announced. Tim Gunn, in an uncharacteristic display of trash-talking, came out swinging at Gretchen and her subservient teammates. But before we get to the end, here’s how the first 90-minutes broke down.