If you’ve been living under some kind of rock for the past few months, you might have missed the news that supermodel Kate Moss is tying the knot with rocker Jamie Hince next Friday. But the wedding reception will go on for a full three days, and Moss has taken every step to make sure that the celebration will be remembered as the best party in history.
In case there was anyone left in the world who might question Michelle Obama’s fashion cred, the first lady wore a pair of Alexander Wang jeans while in Botswana last week. More importantly, though, these weren’t just any old A. Wang jeans, these were a pair of doodle-printed denim from his acclaimed Spring 2011 collection.
We adored the first ad from Hailee Steinfeld‘s Miu Miu campaign, and the rest of the images certainly do not disappoint! Is it weird that we want to be a 14-year-old?
It seems like everyone’s going after Lady Gaga for stealing these days. First we learned she’d copped her name from a Babylonian slave owner, then we hear the mother monster may have embezzled money from her “We Pray For Japan” campaign and now web users everywhere are accusing Gaga of stealing her Tumblr name.
Why? Because she “loves pandas.” And she’s “been eating a lot of bamboo this week.” Of course.
We’re all about multi-tasking, which is why we think the scarf might just be the world’s most versatile accessory. You can wear it as a hair-tie, a belt, a shawl, or even a top and either way you’ll look chic and effortless. But the best scarves add some printed panache with their drapey flair, which is why we rounded up our five favorites to share with you — and offered up our thoughts on how to style them.
If any two men can pull off shorts on the red carpet, Johnny Weir and Brad Goreski can. So the fact that both of them tried and failed last night should be a memo to all guys out there to never, ever try the dressed up short-shorts look.
The second most important royal wedding of the year is taking place this Saturday and you should expect to see just as many famous faces as there were at Will and Kate’s nuptuals. CBS reports that the invite list for the marriage of Albert of Monnaco and Charlene Wittstock has been leaked and there are quite a few celebs who will be attending the ceremony.
What do Grace Coddington, Carine Roitfeld, Edward Enninful and Miss Piggy all have in common? They were fashion models before they made it big in fashion magazines! Well, OK — only the first three are real people. But Miss Piggy is playing a fashion magazine editor in the upcoming Muppets movie, and she was cast on several imaginary magazine covers in time gone by.
The much beloved (and sometimes vilified) Princess Diana would have turned 50 on Friday, so Newsweek decided to honor her with a computer generated cover image of the late princess walking alongside Kate Middleton and followed by a security detail. What’s creepy about that?
Ok, we were totally willing to give Lauren Conrad a chance when she announced her new gig as Forbes’ lifestyle contributor. But, now that we’ve had a chance to read her first post, we can wholeheartedly say it is really bad.
Vanity Fair has a very well-known habit of putting dead people on their covers, but even when their star subjects are alive and well, they can’t seem to help giving them the old-timey treatment. Emma Stone snagged the mag’s August cover, and like Katy Perry, Lindsay Lohan, and Tina Fey before her, she’s got a variation (in this instance, a decidedly tousled one) of a finger wave, red lips, and pin-up pose down pat.
Get ready to be jealous of Kim Kardashian in a way that you’ve never been jealous of Kim Kardashian before. Word has it that the reality TV star will walk down the aisle to marry New Jersey Nets forward Kris Humphries in bespoke Christian Louboutin shoes and a custom gown from wedding dress designer Vera Wang.
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s famed black Apsrey handbag went on the auction block Monday, and it sold for a lot less than everyone thought it would go for. A phone bidder from Cyprus called Christie’s in London during the auction late yesterday and took the bag for about $40,000 — a song when you consider it was estimated to be worth over $160,000.
We write a fair amount about the unattainable standards set forth by photoshopped models in fashion magazines, but the August issue of Harper’s Bazaar just brought things to a whole new level of unachievable. Smurfette models goodies from Marc Jacobs, Lanvin, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in the upcoming issue, and we’re officially smitten.
Veteran American designer Michael Kors is looking to finance his brand’s global expansion. And everyone in the fields of finance and fashion seems to want a piece of the action — including Kors’ competitor Tommy Hilfiger.
Courtney Love really, erm, loves her online marketplaces, doesn’t she? In addition to her eBay store, the prolific Twitter-er is also apparently an avid Etsy user, though she makes guarantee she’ll actually pay for her purchases.
Today’s StyleDish has extra helpings of Mosstock gossip, like what the guests will be eating (Steven Tyler’s thai curry) and what the decorations will be (apparently lots and lots of pictures of Kate Moss). Also on our menu: chewing gum as a beauty product and a Brooks Brothers line for Harvard. Plus, learn all about how Willow Smith wore her hair for the BET Awards and Naomi Campbell’s wild-animal-meets-“dark 50s pinup”-girl-inspired photo shoot for Givenchy’s fall campaign!
We can all agree that shoplifting is a bad thing, right? Well, it may also indicate that the economy is in good shape! Allow us to break this down for you.
Johnny Weir, the famously flamboyant Olympic skater, is joining the likes of Nikki Minaj, Dita Von Tesse and Fergie as MAC Cosmetics’ newest face. Weir just wrapped the Miami photo shoot for the brand’s holiday 2011 line, appropriately named Glitter and Ice.