Cue the Versace record scratch — we have another collection from the Italin fashion house for Migos to wax poetic about.
Donatella Versace has proved many times over that she has always had her finger on the pulse of what’s hot — the most recent instance being when she used Migos’ “Versace” to close her Fall 2013 show. Having given the rap anthem her tick of approval, we imagine that she’d be jazzed to learn that DJ A-Trak has a Versace record scratch in the works.
Cue Migos’ “Versace” (the Italian fashion house’s unofficial anthem): The M.I.A. for Versace capsule collection is officially a go.
What we love most about the end of August, is that it means fall is just around the bend. But, what gets us almost as excited as the prospect of peach fuzz sweaters and pumpkin flavored pastries is The Venice Film Festival and its endless parade of sumptuous fashion moments.
Come Spring 2014, Donna Karan won’t just be tempting you with her wares, but also a glamorous city getaway in Bridgehampton. Karan and her daughter Gabby have invested in a multimillion-dollar hotel called The Enclave Inn and plan to give it a modern makeover in the same signature style that put the designer on the map.
Ever since that bananas Prada collection got repped by Eva Mendes and Anna Wintour, we’ve been nuts about wearable fruit. But while a picture says a thousand words, sometimes one word is enough – especially when the word is “melons.” And especially when it’s stamped in metallic block letters over your boob area.
Nothing says glamour like walking the red carpet with a Slurpee in hand, said no one ever. This leaves us wondering how Twilight star Nikki Reed found herself hosting 7-11′s 86th birthday bash in Malibu. She could be the world’s biggest frozen flavored drink enthusiast, and hosting an event of this caliber still wouldn’t be okay. Nikki, fire your publicist immediately.
What constitutes a first-class British party? Kate Moss, royals, and Rolling Stones, of course. Last night, London’s best descended upon Kensington Gardens for the Serpentine Summer Party, which we’re pretty sure was the fête of the season.
We may all want to while away the hours prancing from one sample sale to the next, or loading our virtual shopping carts with an entire season’s worth of new duds. Of course, real life (and even realer bank accounts) get in the way. The Goods, our new curated daily feature, delivers one standout steal hand-selected for your quick and easy shopping pleasure. Today’s find: an Opening Ceremony sweater that practically earns its own frequent flier miles.
Ellen Page isn’t exactly a clothes horse, which is A-OK since Hollywood isn’t exactly in short supply of them, but it’s nice to see her looking cute and (gasp!) cracking a smile on the red carpet. Plus, at last night’s Hollywood premiere of The East, co-star Brit Marling definitely gave us our fix of high fashion and hair envy.
Yesterday’s premiere of French coming-of-age film Jeune and Jolie played host to some of the best gowns we’ve seen out of the Cannes Film Festival so far. It also brought out some of the worst.
Contributing editor at Vogue, editor at large for Numéro Russia, late night talk show host — if it sounds like André Leon Talley has a lot on his plate right now, that’s because, well, he really does. At 63, the front row fixture is taking on a whole slew of new projects, prompting many to speculate that he might be ready to end his 30 year run at Condé Nast. In today’s WWD, however, Talley quashes this rumor and explains his real motivation behind building his resumé.
It’s rare to see stars wear anything from last season, which is why Cate Blanchett looked so refreshing (and not to mention va-va-voom) in Armani Privé from the designer’s spring 2009 collection at the AACTA Awards in Sydney, Australia on Tuesday.
Some actresses may score lucrative deals for the jewels they sport on the red carpet.
While Lady Gaga calls the media attention she received following her 30-pound weight gain “f*cking ridiculous,” Beth Ditto, whose body has been a central part of her celebrity ever since she first rose to fame as the lead singer for Gossip, has a different point of view entirely.
The Great Backpack Comeback is well into its third year — and that’s fine with us because as far as we’re concerned, backpacks are here to stay. We know for a fact that Kanye really digs them (a photographic history can be found here), and he’s not alone. Lady Gaga, Jenna Lyons, Rachel Bilson, Suri Cruise, and, of course, the Olsens are just a few of the style stars who have given our case their free-handed seal of approval.
Chelsea Clinton‘s isn’t a face frequently seen in the pages of fashion glossies (at least not since her much buzzed-about wedding in 2010) — let alone in the context of a major, in-depth profile. But Vogue‘s September issue isn’t exactly your average rag, and somewhere in those 917-pages is a lengthy piece by Jonathan Van Meter on that very topic.
Elle isn’t the only magazine that got incredibly lucky with a Katie Holmes cover hitting newsstands just after her big divorce announcement. C Magazine, a California lifestyle glossy, also tapped the actress for their September issue.
Katie Holmes sure has some awesome projects on her plate despite her crazy divorce. But perhaps her most exciting endeavor (to us, at least) is a formal presentation of her clothing line, Holmes & Yang, at New York Fashion Week in September.
Start staking out your nearest Kohl’s store, ladies — Narciso Rodriguez is launching a limited-edition collection with the retailer.