We’ve officially wrapped up Paris Couture Fashion Week, and there’s certainly a lot to take in.
Almost a year after giving its longstanding logo a makeover, JCPenney has yet another brand mark that its rolling out to all of its stores as part of a massive $800 million renovation of its stores and brand image. Here’s why we think that’s a bad idea.
In case we’d allowed you to forget, the Oscars are coming right around the corner, and everyone and their mother is already placing bets on what some of the top-billed actresses in the business are going to wear on the red carpet. Including New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn.
Still trying to keep up with the Kardashians? You’re going to need a whole lot of airbrushing. In the promotional shots for their new denim line for Sears, the sisters’ legs have been whittled to mere twigs.
Remember the days when a party dress was just a dress you’d wear to actually go and party in and not something you could throw a coat over and head to work in the next day? If you don’t, Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett does — and she wore such a dress to last night’s opening of the new Louis Vuitton store in Rome.
Here’s a picture of Zahia Dehar, a girl we’re going to start referring to as France’s answer to Kim Kardashian. How else would you describe a young woman who became famous and got her own fashion line only after having sex with not just one but three of that nation’s top athletes?
We imagine Anna Dello Russo and Princess Beatrice are mad as hell.
Are you sick of Karl yet? We’re not! This go ’round, he’s chatting with Vogue’s Hamish Bowles about his decision to launch a mid-priced collection, which is to say (in non-fashion speak): much cheaper than Chanel but still what most people would consider expensive.
We’re still upset that we won’t be seeing Tilda Swinton on the red carpet at the Oscars, but we will get to see her wear cool clothes while she promotes her new film, We Need To Talk About Kevin, on shows like The Daily Show.
There’s at least one middle school in America where kids are no longer allowed to wear Uggs, and parents who send their kids to school there are royally ticked off about the new policy.
Now that we’ve had a quick awards show breather, it’s time to jump right back in. This Sunday at 8 p.m. EST, the Screen Actors Guild Awards will present us with a fresh batch of honorable movie mentions and red-hot red carpet looks. Before this weekend’s SAGs action kicks off, let’s look back at the megawatt stars — and the gowns they wore — in retrospective detail. From Mila Kunis’s sexy crimson Alexander McQueen gown last year to Kate Hudson’s sweet flower-in-the-hair and embellished nude frock combo in ’01, we’ve got the infamous, the fabulous, and the truly unforgettable, tracing all the way back to the ’95 awards. Click through for 75 of the most memorable SAG style moments now.
Ever since she returned from maternity leave in August with a choppy, textured bob, Megyn Kelly has had our favorite hair on the airwaves. But today the Fox News anchor gave her short ‘do a new look by straightening it and sweeping her bangs off her face.
Target‘s party celebrating its collaboration with designer Jason Wu was a star studded-affair wrapped in a gigantic line drawing of Paris. And Wu told us last night that that’s exactly how it should have been.
While celebrities who act are busy prepping for the upcoming SAG awards, celebrities who wear pretty clothes were in Paris at this year’s Sidaction Gala dinner. So, who looked best?
By now you’ve probably heard of the former Real Housewife who’s hocking a fox fur bikini treatment to women with discretionary income in Manhattan. But unless you’ve had the procedure done to yourself, you’ve probably never seen what it looks like up close. That changes now.
We found reports that Oprah Winfrey has been named godmother to Blue Ivy Carter, the newborn daughter of Jay-Z and Beyonce, to be a little dubious at the very least. And today we know that it’s not true.
We love Brad Goreski but let’s be honest: the man is a crier. And that’s what we love about It’s A Brad, Brad World (and one of the things we loved about The Rachel Zoe Project) — so it makes sense that the producers at Bravo would do anything and everything in their power to up the Tears Per Episode count of the show.
Amy Winehouse‘s father Mitch is none too pleased with Jean Paul Gaultier for using his late daughter as inspiration for his recent couture show. In fact, while most of the fashion world has been lauding the show as a triumph, Mitch says the entire presentation was in very bad taste.
Don’t mess with hypocritical pageant moms. The mother of the very same Toddlers And Tiaras contestant who called one of her opponents a hooker has filed a libel suit a number of news outlets for sexualizing her daughter in their coverage.