Guess sometimes it’s just a cobalt kinda day. That was certainly the case yesterday at this Hollywood screening of Isla Fisher’s new film Now You See Me, where the red carpet was turned many shades of blue (albeit not quite 50) by the guests’ ensembles.
Target and Facebook have just launched a digital savings program that’s about to get all up in your timeline.
Call us old school, but candy is just candy, right? Well, not to Dylan Lauren. Following in the footsteps of her pop Ralph, Dylan is trying to elevate her company, Dylan’s Candy Bar, to an “aspirational” status through collaborations — the first being a bag line with LeSportsac.
Sarah Palin just landed a book deal, and for some inexplicable reason, she’s writing about fitness.
Mischa Barton hasn’t had the best luck on the red carpet — remember that flapper helmet? — which is why she’s finally enlisted the services of celebrity stylist June Ambrose, on whose upcoming reality show she’ll also be appearing.
We guess even Lady Gaga can’t resist the scintillating allure of a crappy designer knockoff. The singer admitted this week that although she loves fashion (and has more than enough money to pay for the real deal when she wants it), she’ll still throw down a few bucks for a good fake.
We had the highest hopes, really we did, that Nicole Snooki Polizzi would take over the fashion and retail worlds with all of her various plans to make shoes and clothes and bags and fuzzy slippers. And then SRG Ventures, the company that was going to help her oversee her burgeoning empire, got mad at her and slapped her with a gigantic lawsuit.
There’s artistic body modification and then there’s just plain crazy body modification. And we’re pretty sure installing a stiletto into your own foot falls into that second category.
If we had to pick an actress to be besties with, Mindy Kaling would be at the top of our list. And now we’re just super jealous because our friends over at Refinery29 got to sit down with Kaling and talk clothing, online shopping, pet peeves, and, our personal favorite: fashion shows at lunchtime!
It’s that time again, folks! The Emmys are going down tonight, and we’ll be liveblogging the red carpet.
This is something we never saw coming: Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, famous for going not wearing actual clothing on The Jersey Shore, is designing a formalwear line.
Attention aspiring guidos and guidettes with questionable taste! MTV “star” and “deejay” Pauly D is looking for interns to help get his new clothing line, Dirty Couture, off the ground. “What?” you ask. “Pauly D has a clothing line?” Yes, we answer. He does. And in case you’re as confused by the name as we were, it has nothing to do with cast-mate Jenni “J-Woww” Farley’s line, Filthy Couture. Dirty and Filthy are two very different adjectives, OK?
Last year, we declared the red carpet at the ESPY Awards a straight up disaster zone. This year, Justin Bieber wore a sparkly sweater. That should put things into perspective.
Nicole Richie is heading back to reality TV But don’t worry, the former Simple Life star will not be teaming up with frenemy Paris Hilton to tour middle America again. Instead, she’ll be mentoring contestants on the upcoming NBC reality show Fashion Star.
In recent years, leopard-print has seemingly taken over the world. From Sarah Palin’s footwear, to Kate Moss’ living room, to, well, Nicki Minaj’s entire body, leopard rules the animal-print kingdom — or does it? With the meteoric rise to fame of the leopard-print-loving Snooki and her fellow guidettes, leopard has fallen out of favor with the fashion elite, clearing the way for a new animal-print trend: snakeskin.
Did you think Snooki was going to stop vying for your hard-earned money any time soon? If you did, you were wrong. Come this holiday season, the reality TV star will do everything she can to tempt you into buying her latest fashion project, a line of flip flips bedazzled with her signature pickle print.
Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld and Gossip Girl Blake Lively hang out everywhere. At store openings in New York, at fashion shows in Paris — even in the original Chanel store! So is it really any surprise that the two fashion heavyweights would be spotted in cahoots at the most important fashion event of the year? No. No, it is not.
When it comes to red carpets, there’s a lot of talk about dressing one’s age. But amidst all the hemming and hawing over sleeve length and decolletage on display, there’s one woman who always manages to break every so-called rule without, well, breaking a single rule: Helen Mirren. Case in point: the leather and leopard get-up she wore for the european premiere of Arthur.
Buried somewhere under Sunday’s barrage of Oscar-themed tweets was the following earth-shattering, 140-character revelation shared by fashionable boy about town Derek Blasberg: Mario Testino shot Britney Spears for V magazine’s March issue. The exact word Blasberg used to describe the pairing was “EPIC.” We’re not so sure.
We’ve had a bit of a girl crush on Mila Kunis ever since we discovered she of whiny Jackie on That ’70s Show fame was also the voice of The Family Guy’s Meg Griffin. (We also love how steadfastly she dated Macaulay Culkin. It was so endearing. Anyway!) And now Kunis, though already undeniably famous, has shot to superstar status with her turn in everyone’s favorite crazy ballerina movie, The Black Swan. But Kunis, to her credit, seems to still be remarkably down to earth: the best part of her W profile and accompanying video screen test is when she mocks Baywatch (she’s a two-time guest star).