Elizabeth Olsen is quickly climbing her way to the top of our Favorite Olsen List. Each magazine cover counts, okay?
New York’s Fifth Avenue may already be the most expensive retail street in the world, but MAC is willing to up the ante.
Because France’s NRJ Music Festival is apparently where terrible clothes go to be photographed, R&B singer Shy’m wore a transparent, feathered and anatomically accurate corset to take home the title of Francophone Female Artist of the Year. But let’s go back to that dress.
Fashion Week’s unlikeliest attendee may very well be Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick.
H&M paid what was undoubtedly a hefty fee to air an ad for their David Beckham “designed” bodywear line during Sunday’s SuperBowl telecast, which is why they’ve released a teaser (like everyone else) to ensure that your appetite for marketing is aptly whetted. Enjoy!
Following solidly in the footsteps of their half-sisters, Kylie and Kendall Jenner have just snagged their first major magazine cover for an upcoming March issue.
We love seeing couture on the red carpet, but Zoe Saldana‘s Givenchy gown left us feeling rather ambivalent.
It was a poor showing on Sunday night’s red carpet at the Screen Actor’s Guild awards, which means our Best Dressed List could probably be more accurately defined as A List Of People Who Did Not Look Quite So Awful As Everyone Else.
The SAG Awards red carpet was a total disaster — the looks were bad, boring or both.
We learned two things about Kristen Wiig from Sunday night’s SAG Awards red carpet: she likes wearing dresses that match her skintone and eschews the age-old style rule that encourages one to take something off before leaving the house.
How high is too high? When it comes to dress slits, it’s safe to say hipbone-grazing is just TOO HIGH.
Rose Byrne bucked red carpet convention and wore a white, embellished jumpsuit to Sunday night’s Screen Actor’s Guild Awards and frankly, we think she killed it.
These are a few of our favorite things.
Who will turn it out in their Sunday best?!
The Super Bowl means many things to us — nachos, pigs in a blanket, buffalo wings, and commercials. (Oh, and “football”.)
The kid needs some serious style help.
Tiffany‘s What Makes Love True theme is being helped along by some street style photos taken by none other that Scott Schuman (the man you know as the Sartorialist) and Garance Dore. The couple seem so innately in sync and in love that we felt compelled to ask Schuman at a party Tiffany threw this week, how on earth do you keep your relationship going?
We’re sure there’s an explanation for this.